Wild drama party gets Hastings musical canceled

HASTINGS, Minn.-- Hastings High school's spring musical has been canceled, after a drama club party got out of control, reported WQOW News.

The school district would not say exactly what happened at the drama club party that took place in late March, but according to the Pioneer Press, there was no alcohol or drugs involved, and there was no bullying or hazing, according to school officials.

According to Superintendent Tim Collins, around three dozen students attended the party on a Saturday night held at a drama club member's house. There was no school staff supervision present at the gathering, reported WQOW News.

The Pioneer Press reported that the party was a celebration after one-act play performances and a welcome for new club members. The Monday following the get-together students approached administrators about the happenings, which apparently had gotten out of control in some way.

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