Conor Driscoll graduated from Skaneateles High School Sunday, and graduates to the professional theater stage Wednesday.
Driscoll is Samuel in “Precious Nonsense,” the third show in Auburn Public Theater’s summer season. Running July 5-15, the show spins Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic music into a new comedy.
“The idea is that nonsense, laughter, is precious,” said the show’s writer and director, Rachel Lampert. “I always try to find a place for it because laughter is what helps make us human.”
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