SLIDESHOW: Framingham To Stage Steampunk-Style Greek Play For State’s Drama Festival

FRAMINGHAM – It’s another first for the Framingham High School Drama Company.

Last year, for the first time, the Company staged a comedy for its entry in the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild’s state drama festival. It came away with the top prize.

This year, the Company is staging a greek tragedy for the first time – Electra.

Framingham High junior Cleopatra Mavhunga has the lead role of the oldest daughter Electra.

Senior Andrew Caira is Orestes, her younger brother. Sophomore Natalia Buitta is Chrysothemis, the youngest daughter.

Senior Lacey Edwards plays the Queen of Eros with Matthew Bower as her paramour. Freshman Barbara Pires plays Orestes faithful servant.

The shows features a cast and crew of more than 75 students in a 40-minute one-act play.

On Friday night, the Company will present a benefit performance of the Greek play written by Sophocles and adapted by Frank McGuinness.

The show features dancing and original music by Framingham High senior Jordan Ramsay.

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at

On Saturday, Framingham High will host a preliminary round in the state’s drama festival. Framingham High will perform at 5:30 p.m. at Framingham High, which is hosting a preliminary round.


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