Lawrence Academy students continue to create theatre from scratch in their latest original production, "In Circles," to be performed Feb. 13, 14, 15, at 7 p.m. in Lawrence Academy's Richardson-Mees Performing Arts Center in Groton.

The play, created completely in the rehearsal process, started with questions about what it means to do or be good, as well as what prevents us from doing what we know to be good.

After much collaboration and improvisation, the cast of "In Circles" presents its response to those questions with original music, choreography and words.

The show has emerged as a loosely woven story of three young women on a single day in their lives, struggling against their inner and outer demons to do what they know is right.

The public is welcome and admission is free. The facility is handicap accessible. Lawrence Academy's website at lacademy.edu provides a map of the school campus.

Email Theatre Director Joel Sugerman at jsugerman@lacademy.edu with questions.