What are you worth?

Book by Kyle Holmes, Music andLyrics by David Taylor Gomes.

Liyl is Above the Average, barely. Soon the giant, and very public, academic leader boards will update everyone’s class rank, and for another day, everyone will know their place. If you fall Below the Average - say goodbye to college, and pretty much everything else. Below the Average students are nothing more than social outcasts, not worth anyone’s time. In the face of an intense and perverse culture of performance, Lily must find her place in the status quo as she watches friends and enemies alike destroy themselves and each other to score their way to the top. When an impossible lie is discovered, the fate of these students' futures hangs in the balance.

Ranked, A Musical will be presented at G.W. Fowler High School, 227Magnolia Street in Syracuse, Friday, December 2ndand Saturday, December 3rd at 7:00pm. Additional show information can be found at rankedmusical.com.

Single tickets for each production are $3 in advance and $5 at the door. Children 4 and under are admitted free. Rated: PG (Language).Tickets can be purchased in person at PSLA @ Fowler High School, or for a small additional fee by using our Ludus page: bit.ly/ticketspsla.

Our cast includes: Nyo Nyo Aye, Ne’Kayvia Bethea, Nellymar Colon, Luis Colon Rivera, Wendy Colon Rivera, Heaven Davis-El, Tyina Diaz, Mira Grimm, Jaden Haniford, Tyren Johnson, Paw Ah Khee, Naw Paw, Jamie Pergrem, Lilyanna Prado, Malichi Simmons, Natalia Thomas, and Miranda Velez.

This fast-paced script, written by Kyle Holmes, moves with urgency while managing to capture the complexity and nuance of being a driven and vulnerable teenager. And David Taylor Gomes provides a rich and vibrant original score that captures the frenetic energy of high school with catchy pop/rock melodie sthat will be stuck in your head for days.

We hope that you can join us, and to help usquestion the line between being successful and happy in life.

Ranked, A Musical is presented through special arrangement with Uproar Theatrics.