Houston presents ‘Loving Live’ this weekend


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Rehearsing for the upcoming performance of “Loving Live” at Houston High School are, left to right, Ailia DeWitt, 16, daughter of Nicole and Jeff Kunk, Eliza Mertz, 15, daughter of Tina and Louie Mertz, and Ethan Knouff, 16, son Teresa and Craig Knouff.

Rehearsing for the upcoming performance of “Loving Live” at Houston High School are, left to right, Ailia DeWitt, 16, daughter of Nicole and Jeff Kunk, Eliza Mertz, 15, daughter of Tina and Louie Mertz, and Ethan Knouff, 16, son Teresa and Craig Knouff.


Todd B. Acker | Sidney Daily News

HOUSTON — Houston High School will present “Loving Lives” by Alan Haehnel on Oct. 28 and 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the commons.

It’s 1948, it’s the dead of winter, and it’s time for “Loving Lives,” a radio soap opera on its last legs. A pompous romantic lead, an incapacitated announcer, an obnoxious kazoo-tooting child star, and multiple off-the-air seductions all contribute to the hilarious demise of the radio show.

Tickets are $5 and available at the door. The production is under the direction of Ms. Jill Bornhorst. For questions contact the school at 937-295-3010.

Rehearsing for the upcoming performance of “Loving Live” at Houston High School are, left to right, Ailia DeWitt, 16, daughter of Nicole and Jeff Kunk, Eliza Mertz, 15, daughter of Tina and Louie Mertz, and Ethan Knouff, 16, son Teresa and Craig Knouff.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/10/web1_SDN102716HoutonMusical.jpgRehearsing for the upcoming performance of “Loving Live” at Houston High School are, left to right, Ailia DeWitt, 16, daughter of Nicole and Jeff Kunk, Eliza Mertz, 15, daughter of Tina and Louie Mertz, and Ethan Knouff, 16, son Teresa and Craig Knouff. Todd B. Acker | Sidney Daily News

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