San Jacinto High School put together this deathly two-act play, which ran last weekend, in just under two months Photos by Corey Evan/The Valley ChronicleHow did you, a waiter in a death row prison, beat the next in line to the great beyond? ■ By Corey Evan / Reporter When we say something is good enough to die for, we don’t usually mean that literally. But the cast of characters in San Jacinto High School’s “Evening to die for” literally died for this juicy story. At least, that’s what was written in the script. The SJHS Performing Arts Center hosted “An Evening to die for” last Thursday through Saturday. The play
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