Crush By Stephen Gregg Will Be Wilsonville High School’s First Online Show, Premiering Friday, May 29th at 7 pm

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CRUSH, A Sci-Fi Comedy By Stephen Gregg
Directed by Jason Katz
NEW DATES: Online May 29, 30 & 31 at 7 pm
Recommended For Ages 12 And Up
View The List Of Cast, Crew & Team HERE
See the article in the Wilsonville Spokesman HERE

Shows will air at 7 pm on Friday May 29th, Saturday May 30th & Sunday May 31. Don’t miss our first-ever online production! We appreciate your support.

To watch a show, visit and scroll down to select a performance.

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Wilsonville High School Theatre’s Spring Show To Be Streamed Online With Actors Performing From Home 

Wilsonville High School Theatre is proud to premiere their first online production on Friday, May 29th at 7 pm. Crush, by Stephen Gregg, a contemporary play with 25 performers, will stream three times online. The online play is directed by Jason Katz. Actors are rehearsing from home, using the video conferencing platform Zoom and WVHS Theatre will present the play as an online video with some costumes and sound effects.

Audience members may view the show from home during online showtimes. You do not need to get on Zoom to view the show, which will be edited and then streamed on a secure platform used by the school’s broadcast network. Tickets will not be required to view the production, however the department will be taking donations via Schoolpay, a secure donation platform used by the district.

Crush is a play about teenagers attempting to save the world from alien invasion. Welcome to Pin Cushion, California: population 791 and falling fast. Pin Cushion High School Drama has reached its final-ever production: Our Town. Despite never having once gotten a part, Bark Melon is 16 and delightfully goofy despite some recent hard times—is convinced that he’s going to get a lead. But Bark’s audition goes awry when Aspen, the new student, enters and a chorus of malevolent voices enters with her. Only Bark can hear (and later see) that Aspen is not what she seems, that she’s actually the lead body of a six-bodied alien creature.

Soon, strange things start to happen. Giant hearts appear on the billboards leading into town. Mysterious, impossible-to-open envelopes flit through the air and hint at secret admirers. And, one by one, love-struck teenagers fall into inexplicable comas. Not a single person believes Bark when he says that Aspen is responsible for what’s happening—not his father, not his classmates, not Aspen’s head-over-heels boyfriend, not even Chloe, the ferociously competent girl who has declared Bark her boyfriend. Bark’s attempt to stop the aliens himself ends disastrously. He’ll need the help of the entire town because it’s clear that these aliens are only the advance team for a giant ship already heading toward earth—and that their plan to take over the world has something to do with Our Town. Crush is hilarious, heartbreaking and full of unforgettable characters. It’s a play about what it means to love someone and what it means to be human.

Crush was cast just prior to the school closure and the students had their scripts. The mandatory school closure happened on the day when the first read-through of the show was slated. All rehearsals including the read-through have taken place online. The complete list of performers and crew is available on the website:

Tune in for this exciting adventure in online theatre. The best way to receive reminders and alerts for viewing times is to sign up for the department’s email newsletter at and to follow their Facebook page at

Showtimes for Crush are: Friday, May 29th at 7 pm, Saturday, May 30th at 7 pm, Sunday, May 31st at 7 pm. The show is recommended for ages 12 and up. Go to the following link and scroll down to select a performance:

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