The Scott City High School Theatre Players proudly present: Cafe' Murder. Come watch, dine, and laugh along as the SCHS Players perform our LIVE, interactive, murder mystery Dinner Theatre. Be the table that decides; "Who killed Rosemary?". Dinner begins at 6:00 p.m., Show/dessert begins at 7:00 p.m.

Ticket price includes: Italian cuisine inside of Cafe Murder, Refreshments, Dessert, and the Show

Performance dates: November 7th - 9th

Ticket pricing:

Adults $8

Students (6-12th grade) $6

Kids (K-5) $5

Children 5 and under are free

SC Theatre Players will be presenting their Christmas play "Gift of the Magi & Ebony Scrooge" on December 6th, 7th, and 8th. The show will begin at 7 o'clock in the evening, and will be held in the high school gymnasium. Admittance is $3 for adults, $2 for students and children aged 5 and under will be admitted free.

For the official show flyer, click here.

The SC Jr. Theatre will be performing their play "The 3 Little Pigs" at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 10th. The Scott City SCHS Players will conduct a clinic with elementary students, and the end result of that hard work will come at performance time. The cost of admission for viewing The 3 Little Pigs will be only $2 for adults, $1 for students and children aged 5 and under will be admitted free.

To view the official flyer, click here.

SC Idol will be held on Wednesday, November 14th, starting at 6:00 p.m. in the high school gym. SC Idol is a fun night where contestants perform on stage, similar to the popular television show American Idol. Cost of admission is $3 for adults, $2 for students and children aged 5 and under will be admitted free.

Click here for the official flyer for SC Idol.

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The SCHS Players would like to thank everyone who came out for their production of "Clue". The play was a classic "whodunit" performance, with the characters you know and love from the board game of the same name, all trying to figure out who killed Mr. Boddy. Well, at least who killed him the second time. Apparently he wasn't quite dead the first. Throughout the play, more and more people show up to the manor, and more and more of these people wind up dead, and the party guests are trying to figure out who is responsible, while also trying to control their own fear of the killer. After the last guest (a singing telegram girl) is shot, the butler, Wadsworth, explains to all the guests who was responsible. Of course, it couldn't be a simple explanation (or a short one!), so the final scene of the play has all the guests running back and forth throughout the manor to explain the murders. The entire play was quite the comedy, and the final scene, especially, had the audience laughing non-stop the entire scene through. We hope you enjoyed coming out and watching the SCHS Players demonstrate all the hard work they put into such a fantastic play.


2011-2012 Officers

President: Maria

Vice-President: Elaina

Secretary: Kim

Treasurer: Lauren

Historian: Andrea

The SCHS Players are getting ready to present their latest production, "Chicago Fractured". It will be Scott City's first musical in thirty years. The show will debut April 19th, and run from the 19th until the 21st, with two showings on Saturday the 21st. All three dates will feature a 7 p.m. show and the Saturday matinee will have a 1 p.m. showing. Come join the SCHS Players for a night of musical talent, antics and laughter.

Comments from Mr. Madry, theatre teacher:

The first musical in 30 years was quite an undertaking. I took the script of Chicago and along with ideas from the dancers/actors rewrote, updated and built a whole new show. The production centers around Catherine and Kaylee, two high school girls who are at odds with one another. Their theatre class has been assigned to 'modernize' a musical and these two are paired up with one another. Through this rewrite, you get to see two storylines (Chicago and Fractured). Chicago takes place in Kaylee and Catherine's mind, while Fractured takes place in a high school classroom.

Basically, we kept the best elements of Chicago and created a new 'animal'. We also kept all of the favorite songs that Chicago has to offer while adding more dance numbers in that students and parents will love.

I'm very proud of my actors/dancers and techies. It's through their determination and learning that has made this production possible.