After its original showing in 2002, The Inman Arts Council, Inc. is hosting a showing of "The Ghost of Inman High." 


7 p.m. Oct. 28 at the Inman High School auditorium, 404 S. Main St. in Inman


After 15 years, the Inman Arts Council Inc. is hosting an anniversary showing of a hometown hit, "The Ghost of Inman High," produced by Kevin Honeycutt and his students. The show originally premiered in 2002 at Fox Theater in Hutchinson, but is being brought back this year to the Inman High School auditorium. Diane Miller, secretary treasurer of the council, said the purpose of bringing this back is to keep it local and to make it live to the big screen again.

"We hope people will come and enjoy it on the big screen for the first time in 15 years, and we hope that people who were participants in the movie will come and talk at a panel discussion afterwards," she explained.

The movie was produced by Honeycutt and his students and cast members were made up of students and local Inman residents.

Honeycutt was the art and video teacher at the time the movie was produced and he is now living in Colorado.


Admission is free of charge.

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