The Northview High School drama department will perform the drama, "A Little Piece of Heaven," Thursday and Friday.
Both performances will begin at 7 p.m., and tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students (K-12).
Written by Matthew Carlin, "A Little Piece of Heaven" is a comedy-drama that revolves around a curiosity shop and its somewhat mysterious owners, Henry and Elizabeth, played by juniors Adam Nees and Kirstyn Grady.
Their business seems to have an unusual amount of luck in carrying exactly what each customer is looking for.
It is in this special store that down-on-his-luck biker Michael Cain (senior Kevin Waelbroeck) and elderly but sharp-witted Lily Adair (senior Caroline Disney) strike up an odd friendship.
Will each of them find what they are seeking?
The show is directed by Emily Gough and Trevor Hanson, with junior Erika Disney as student director.
Supporting cast members include seniors Stephanie Bechtel, Eric Fults, Josiah Alstott, Allie Haddon, Kendra McCrea, Gwendolyn Snow, Alexis Gibbens, Audrae Flott, and Artur Piava, juniors Shea McCoy, Alyssa Hood, and Ben Beckley, sophomore Molly Powell, and freshman Ashley Deakins.
The crew, led by Shaun Short, Tressa Clerk, and student stage manager Kaylee Strycker, includes Andrea Shultz, Lucas Alsip, Camille Waelbroeck, Brooke Deighton, Alyssa Cook, Guy Wiss, Nick Brown, Max Sanders, and Aubrey Welton.