Annual Pasta Dinner and One-Act Plays Are February 14
Annual Solon Music Parents’ Pasta Dinner & Drama Club One-Act Plays are February 14
You're invited for a Valentine’s Day evening of dinner, music and theater at Solon High School in support of Solon music and drama students.
First, from 5-7 p.m., the Solon Music Parents are hosting the 39th annual Pasta Dinner. A fundraiser for the district’s music programs, the Pasta Dinner features music by Solon high school and middle school jazz bands.
The event also includes a fun silent auction with items for families to bid on and take home.
Tickets for the pasta dinner, beverage and dessert are $10 for adults, $5 for children age 10 and under (toddlers age 2 and under are free). For presale tickets, contact Lori Pitzer at 542-0234, email firstname.lastname@example.org or order online at solonmusicparents.org/store by midnight February 8. Tickets are also available at the door on the night of the event.
Immediately following the Pasta Dinner at 7 p.m., grab a seat in the SHS auditorium for An Evening of One-Acts staged by the SHS Drama Club. The production features four short plays directed by and starring SHS students. The show will repeat on Friday, February 15, also at 7 p.m.
The One-Acts support the Drama Club scholarship fund. Tickets are $7 online at solon.es/oneacts or at the door.
This year’s One-Acts are four comedies:
The Absolute Most Cliched Elevator Play in the History of the Entire Universe by Werner Trieschmann. Student directors are Dana Levine and Chad Ressler.
Oz by Don Zolidis. Student directors are Amanda Kim and Andrew Moughan.
Rapunzel Uncut by Mariah Everman. Student directors are Andrea Friedberg and JR Heckman.
Whodunit? By Anne Coulter Martens. Student directors are Kyle Maiorana and Jake Ressler.