Do you remember the hip shaking, singing, and even the acting of Elvis Presley? Well, if you enjoyed those days, come and watch the Sterling High School musical "All Shook Up" on November 12, 13, 14. Folks can purchase a ticket to watch online from the comfort of a chair or couch while eating popcorn and enjoying the students performance. Tickets for the SHS musical are to be purchased in advance by clicking here. Ticket prices will be $5 for students and $15 per adult regardless of whether one attends in person or online. For those watching online, there will be a walk-through of the lobby display starting at 7:15 pm followed by the performance at 7:30 pm each evening. Due to COVID 19 restrictions, there is limited seating. Masks and social distancing are required.
The play is based on the book written by Joe DiPetro. The storyline takes place during the 1950's in a little town within a little state where Chad (main character recently released from prison) comes riding into town looking for a mechanic to fix his motorcycle. Natalie, a young mechanic, happens to be in a local restaurant where Chad stopped. It was then that the story plot gets going. So, be sure to attend or watch the SHS performance of "All Shook Up" to see how the story plays out.