One way to perform Happy Birthday, Heather Higby (I am plotting your doom) involves having the cast spread Sparks: positive rumors about actual audience members.
What follows are good things that cast members have found out about people in their school, whether or not they decided to say them during performance.
What follows are people who meant something to the cast and crew of productions of Heather Higby.
From Jennifer Haden's production at Wayne Cotter High School:
Eric Mentor rescued a dog named Millie.
From Owen Bittner's production at Kingsfield High School:
Lisa Shreve volunteers at Project Angel Food during the summer.
Trish B. speaks Russian.
Cherie L. wants to be a child psychologist because she can make a difference in kid's lives.
Milah L. was voted "kindest guy in the tenth grade" by our cast.
When people move into Fence M's neighborhood, she and her family invite them over for a potluck with the other neighbors.