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Spring 2018 - Dramafest - The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time

Cast list:

Christopher: Sam Patterson

Ed: Trevor Hathaway

Judy: Aurora Hannisian

Siobhan: Lyndsey Caouette 

Mrs. Alexander: Sarah Welford 

Roger: Michael Filip 


Maddie Filip, Daisy Powers, Sarah Sweeney, Evan Carr, Polaris Hall, Clea Matt, Kailee Rees, Ryan Webster, Keegan Butler, Juliet Giangregorio, Mike Mahoney, Megan Moriarty, Kylie Nash, Fares Bourate

Assistant Director: Abbi Foglietta 
Stage Manager: Zoe Barham

Please join us at Danvers High School Armento Theatre on Thursday, March 1st for a Preview Performance of our METG Drama Festival entry “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime”

at 7:00pm

No tickets necessary. Suggested donation $5. 

All proceeds will benefit the

Special Thanks to Ally Dickinson, from The Cam Foundation, for her insight.

The Danvers High School Academy Theatre (DHS ACTS) will perform “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” as its entry in the 2018 Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild (METG) Drama Festival. DHS ACTS will offer a public preview performance of the play on Thursday, March 1 at 7:00 PM at Danvers High School, 60 Cabot Road, Danvers, MA. Suggested donation is $5 per ticket, and all funds collected at the preview will be donated to the Understanding Cam Foundation.


On Saturday, March 3, DHS ACTS will perform the play in the preliminary round of METG competition at Danvers High School, which is hosting seven competing schools that day. The public is invited to attend; a $10 ticket allows you to see as many as all eight of the scheduled pieces. The first production is at 9:00 AM (full schedule at   


“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” by Simon Stephens is based on Mark Haddon’s best-selling novel of the same name. The Olivier- and Tony Award-winning play tells the story of Christopher Boone, a fifteen-year-old boy on the autism spectrum who lives with his father in working-class Swindon, west of London. Falsely accused of killing a neighbor’s dog, Christopher—who is brilliant but has difficulty dealing with the sounds and stresses of everyday life—investigates the crime. Although Christopher only sets out to determine who killed the dog, his detection leads to far greater discoveries that change his life.


The talented cast and crew of over 40 DHS students looks forward to presenting this competition piece under the direction of Kyla Moulton (Director) and Tracie Ewing (Technical Director). After Drama Fest, the DHS ACTS 2017-2018 season will conclude with student-directed pieces later this spring. Visit for more information.


The Understanding Cam Foundation helps fund school supplies, equipment, and community programs focused on the development of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as well as community awareness and support for individuals with ASD. For more information, visit:

Special Thanks to our Laughing Out Loud Fundraiser Sponsors

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