The event is free and open to the public.
“The quality of this is just phenomenal, and that’s what is about it,” she said. “We’re putting on such a fine-quality show by one of the best playwrights in history and we're giving our kids an opportunity to see this.”
The actors will give a performance in the morning for about 900 fifth-grade, sixth-grade and high school students, Vause said.
Afterword, the troupe will teach groups of students about acting and stage techniques.
That night, the public performance will take place at Ben Lomond High for the first time. Vause noted some event posters incorrectly say the play begins at 7:30 p.m., when it actually starts at 7 p.m. with doors opening half an hour early.
The event is free thanks to the district’s foundation, Ben Lomond High, the Weber State University Stewart Library and Suzanne Lindquist.