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Flathead High explores 'the end of innocence'

'Lord of the Flies'

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Posted: Wednesday, November 13, 2013 6:00 pm

Flathead High School Theatre explores the morose consequences of the loss of innocence and the decline of civilization in the haunting classic “Lord of the Flies.” 

When a plane crashes on a deserted island, leaving a group of school boys as the only survivors, the boys celebrate. Being free from adults and the rules and responsibilities at home, the boys form tribes and start to play games, but fearing bullying, peer pressure and gang rivalries, their innocent games descend into a frightening, primitive world where the boys’ fragile sense of order begins to collapse.

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