Review: “Radium Girls”

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If you have not gotten a chance to see Tri-School Productions’ featured fall play, “Radium Girls,” there is still just a little bit of time to do so!

D.W. Gregory’s “Radium Girls” is not a show not to be missed. The story follows the U.S. radium factories case and difficult choices that are made between accepting money and taking care of one’s well-being.

Through the duration of the show, you will see the effects of suffering from an incurable illness and how much modern science has improved healthcare since then. There are themes of beliefs, morality, and values, making the audience really think about what matters most in one’s life.

Under the direction of Mr. Long from Serra HS, the cast brings expertise and talent to the stage. The cast includes NDB’s Keira Cruickshank and Grace Tillman. Combined with the Tri-School Productions community, they definitely deserve a standing ovation.

Junior Kendall Scarborough comments, “I thought it was really, really good, the plot was really interesting, and the actors did a good job of portraying the characters. Everyone should definitely go see it!”

The show is running only until Saturday, October 28 at 7:30pm in the Gellert Auditorium at Serra HS.

If you are interested in working on a production as a performer or a member of stage crew, auditions for the spring musical “West Side  Story” will be held November 15-17. To sign up, visit

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