Little Falls Community Middle School students are ready to showcase their play “Zeus on the Loose,” written by Alec Strum. The performance is set for Thursday, April 6, in the middle school gym. The play centers on the gods being restless. Zeus has disappeared from Mt. Olympus without a trace. What’s more, Prometheus seems to have busted out of his chains. Hera, worried about what the mischievous fire thief might have done to her husband, calls an emergency family gathering of the rest of the Olympic deities to decide what they should do. What results is hysterical family drama when all the Greek gods and goddesses come together and their outlandish personalities create a true clash of the Titans, full of mythical madness. This play will run approximately 40 minutes with no intermission. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with general admission. Tickets cost $3, but children under age 4 get in for free. Guests can save $1 by bringing in a donation for the food shelf. Cast and crew includes front row (from left): Emilee Kern, Bailey Wozniak, Jordan Lindstrom, Mathew Gross, Dylan Booten (sound), Paige Kraus and Cailey Calgaro. Back row: Spencer Strunk, Kaden Kircher, Cooper Robbins, Andrew Meyer, Charlie Okrio, Emma Miller, Ben Rekstad, Angus Rustad and Tristan Gallus. Not pictured are Melisse Kowalzek and Will Jorgensen.