Live Theater Returns to Mason High School’s intimate Studio Theater!
The Diviners by Jim Leonard Jr. will be staged in the Studio Theater at Mason High School on January 27, 28, & 29. Show times are 7 pm each day with an additional matinee on Saturday, January 29 at 2 pm. Please note that these dates have been altered slightly because of illness in the cast. If you had tickets purchased for our canceled performance dates, they will be honored at any show. Just bring your tickets to the door to be admitted.
General admission tickets are available now, $10 for adults and $8 for students, senior citizens and children. Reserved patron tickets can also be purchased for $15. The wearing of masks for our all our audience members is strongly encouraged to keep all of our audience members and cast and crew safe. Click here to purchase tickets.
The Diviners by Jim Leonard Jr. is one of the most critically acclaimed plays of the last 20 years. Set in the mythical town of Zion, Indiana during the Great Depression, the play tells the story of Buddy Layman, a young boy whose mother drowned when he was only four years old. Buddy is filled with an overpowering fear of the water, and yet has a supernatural gift to sense it. The play begins with the arrival of a self-doubting preacher, C.C. Showers, who befriends Buddy and his family and sets into motion of series of powerful events which leads Buddy back to the river.
The Diviners is rated PG-13. It contains mild adult language and adult situations and has tragic elements. It is most suitable for students middle school aged and up.