"It's a fun, classic melodrama for the whole family," said director
The story follows the antics of dysfunctional hospital staff, led by Dr. Dogsbreath Devereaux played by
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Audience participation will be encouraged, Blaszkiewicz said, as they will be asked to boo for the bad guy and cheer for the good guy.
An hospital intercom announces throughout the show some of these silly names of the medical staff.
"If you look at some of the names, you will get a kick out of them," Blaszkiewicz said.
There are four former Buhl High School students who have come back to help in the school's musical.
"It's hard not to come back," Arreguin said. "That's all I do is come back. Getting to be back in these shows is a privilege. It's so fun and worth the time."
Arreguin has starred in six show as an alumni and said a role like
"She's German. She's tough. She's mean and a little bit out of her mind," Arreguin said.
Loman said he also has enjoyed playing the villain.
"He's the kind of the classical Saturday morning villain tying the girl to the railroad tracks," Alex said. "I always end up playing the creepers."
When Dr. Dogsbreath Devereaux is not hitting on the chorus girls, Alex said, he's hitting on Nurse Wendy March.
"I'm basically the stereotypical ditzy, blond girl who is also the heroine," Allison said. "Her character (Nurse Wendy March) is very polite and professional, but hesitant to shut down Dr. Devereaux."
"I read the script and loved the script. There were so many puns, I could not refuse," Hutchinson said.
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