Ponderosa High School Theater Department
February 22, 23 & 24, and March 1, 2 & 3. TICKETS ON SALE!!!
Kim Moore and the theater department at Ponderosa Highschool are hard at work with their musical for the year, Les’ Miserables. Ms. Moore’s productions are always top notch and this one promises to be one of the best yet.

It will open the last week of February 22, 23 & 24, and March 1, 2 & 3. TICKETS ON SALE!!! at the school and at the door!

The BAD kids get all the press! Come and see this great bunch of teenagers who are using their time to create something wonderful for the residents of the town of Parker instead of causing trouble. With over 100 kids in the cast of the show, if you have lived here for any time at all, you are sure to know SOMEONE.

So get out and support our local youth and lets help them sell out this two weekend Production!



Filed under high school, les miserables, plays, theater

2 responses to “LES MISERABLES

  1. James Young -Former PHS Theater Student

    You are in for a rare treat with this amazingly well done Les Miserables’. The vocals are outstanding, the comedic Thenarder’s are a hoot!, the costumes wonderful, and the set and the way the scene changes are done are incredibly unique and well done!

    Luckily for those of you that missed it last weekend, it is showing again the Thursday-Saturday, March 1-3 @ 7:30 at Ponderosa High School, Parker Rd and Bayou Gulch Rd. Tickets are still available, but are going fast… and get there early to buy at the door as they Friday and Saturday shows sold out quickly.

  2. Holly's Mom!

    WOW… WOW… WOW…. ok, I am the Mom of Madame Thenardier so I admit to being a slight bit biased towards these kids most of which I’ve known since diapers… but let me tell you what a wonderful production this is. I have gone every night so far, and couldn’t imagine missing a night. The show is so well done, and the vocalists are of professional caliber. My daughter and her “husband” did steal the show with their adaptation of the Innkeepers the Thenardiers, but there isn’t a weak spot in the cast. Support these great kids who never get enough press!