Bert Church High School Drama Program will commemorate their upcoming show to their drama teacher who passed away, Kevin Goodyear. 

The drama program will be performing Memento Mori, a murder mystery. Natalie Perdue, the director of the play is very excited to show Airdronians what they have been working hard on.

"It's about a group of people that get stuck in a bar during a snowstorm. While stuck at the bar people keep going missing one-by-one and they have to find out who the killer is before everybody is murdered."

The drama program has been rehearsing for their performances for over two and a half months.

Those wanting to watch will be able to Thursday, May 9 at 7 p.m., Friday, May 10 also at 7 p.m. and Saturday, May 11 at 2 p.m.

"It's the first student-directed play that the school has ever put on [and] we're excited to make history with this."

AirdriePhoto of the poster provided by Natalie Perdue.

Perdue talked about what it is like being the student director for the show.

"I've always wanted to direct something, it's a big dream come true honestly. I love the people that I work with, I have many friends in this cast, it's been awesome."

Back on March 12, it was announced their drama teacher Kevin Goodyear sadly passed away. The program felt the show must go on and will dedicate it to Goodyear. 

"We hope to make his family, friends and people who knew him proud. We want to show that students can do amazing things."

Tickets for the show will be on sale starting today, to purchase some, click HERE.

Goodyear's family will create a scholarship in his memory for the school. 

"We have worked really hard on this show and we hope people like it!"

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