Show promises to be anything but…rotten

By Chuck Gibson

LOVELAND, OH (November 8, 2023) – It may say rotten in the title, but this Loveland High School Drama production will be anything but rotten.

The show features the creative talents of more than 60 students on stage and back stage. This entertaining presentation of a modern day musical set in 16th century Shakespeare’s time opens Wednesday, November 15th and runs thru Saturday, November 18th on the stage at LHS. The story, originally published in April of 2015, pays homage to Shakespeare and the world of theater in a comedic, yet endearing way.

The story follows two brothers – The Bottom Brothers – who struggle to find their way in the world of (1595) with Shakespeare earning incredible popularity. Loveland Drama brings the story to life with tap-dancing eggs at a wedding feast and all the music they can work in. After all, the Bottoms Brothers learned the path to beating Shakespeare is Musicals!

Something Rotten on display at Loveland Schools Showcase – cast members and producer Theresa Kovacs (Courtesy Steve Kovacs)

Poster for the upcoming LHS Drama show Something Rotten (Image courtesy Steve Kovacs)

LHS Drama Presents: Something Rotten