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The Kearny High School Senior Class presents My Son is Crazy but Promising, a farce that delights with non- stop laughs. Bud, a Hollywood screenwriter, decides to give up life in the fast lane to buy the Ritz Apache Lodge in Arizona, a hotel close to the fabled lost Dutchman Mine. Bud is convinced that a phony map and some digging will soon make him a millionaire. He doesn't figure on the inhabitants of the lodge: a lady from Pasadena who collects rocks and communicates with space people, outraged tourists who thought the Ritz Apache would be like the Ritz in Paris, an emotional mobster who won't stay dead and aspiring starlet who finds lizards cute. When Bud's zany mother arrives straight from a flop television series, the madcap escapade goes into high gear and the jokes come fast and furious! Did we mention the FBI, the state lottery, the mysterious flight bag, and a corpse on roller skates? The production runs December 5th and 6th in the Kearny High School auditorium at 7:30 PM. Tickets cost $8 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens.

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The Kearny High School Senior Class presents My Son is Crazy but Promising, a farce that delights with non- stop laughs. Bud, a Hollywood screenwriter, decides to give up life in the fast lane to buy the Ritz Apache Lodge in Arizona, a hotel close to the fabled lost Dutchman Mine. Bud is convinced that a phony map and some digging will soon make him a millionaire. He doesn't figure on the inhabitants of the lodge: a lady from Pasadena who collects rocks and communicates with space people, outraged tourists who thought the Ritz Apache would be like the Ritz in Paris, an emotional mobster who won't stay dead and aspiring starlet who finds lizards cute. When Bud's zany mother arrives straight from a flop television series, the madcap escapade goes into high gear and the jokes come fast and furious! Did we mention the FBI, the state lottery, the mysterious flight bag, and a corpse on roller skates? The production runs December 5th and 6th in the Kearny High School auditorium at 7:30 PM. Tickets cost $8 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens.

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The Kearny High School Senior Class presents My Son is Crazy but Promising, a farce that delights with non- stop laughs. Bud, a Hollywood screenwriter, decides to give up life in the fast lane to buy the Ritz Apache Lodge in Arizona, a hotel close to the fabled lost Dutchman Mine. Bud is convinced that a phony map and some digging will soon make him a millionaire. He doesn't figure on the inhabitants of the lodge: a lady from Pasadena who collects rocks and communicates with space people, outraged tourists who thought the Ritz Apache would be like the Ritz in Paris, an emotional mobster who won't stay dead and aspiring starlet who finds lizards cute. When Bud's zany mother arrives straight from a flop television series, the madcap escapade goes into high gear and the jokes come fast and furious! Did we mention the FBI, the state lottery, the mysterious flight bag, and a corpse on roller skates? The production runs December 5th and 6th in the Kearny High School auditorium at 7:30 PM. Tickets cost $8 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens.

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I can't wait to see it. It sounds like it will be a blast. I wish them much success on this production and you can count me on being there. I was worried about the title and thought maybe it was two years late for Kearny High. Just a little dig because I know someone would have taken the name personally. Still I hear that the students are working hard and hard work produces excellent results.

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The seniors rock!

This has to be the best Senior Class in many years. The attitudes of these students are positive and their outlook is very positive. The school is definitely turning around now that all the cancer that went through this school a few years back has passed.

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