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PHOTOS: DCHS students put on production of “9 to 5 the musical”
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DCHS students Addeline Wright and Paige Greviskis act out a scene during the high school’s spring 2022 production of “9 to 5 the musical”. - photo by Erica Jones

This past weekend, students from Dawson County High School put on a production of “9 to 5 the musical”, complete with singing, dancing and a riveting storyline based off of the 1980 movie. 

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DCHS senior Rebecca Friday performs a song as her character Doralee during the high school’s spring 2022 production of “9 to 5 the musical”. - photo by Erica Jones

The production followed the story of three women who work for a horrible boss and their quest to overthrow him. The musical, which was adapted from the movie by Dolly Parton, featured several of her songs, including the play’s namesake “9 to 5”. 

The lead characters in the production were Violet, played by DCHS senior Addeline Wright, Judy, played by DCHS senior Paige Greviskis and Doralee, played by DCHS senior Rebecca Friday. DCHS junior Jace Trammel played the role of Frank Hart, and the musical was directed by DCHS teacher Maggie Ellis. 

For more information about the DCHS drama department and to stay up to date with future shows, follow the Dawson County High School Theatre on Facebook and Instagram.