Bryan Haeffele photosHitting Wilton High School\u2019s Clune Center stage for the first of three nights on Thursday, Feb. 9, is the annual senior show, Save the Date, which takes a satirical look at the world of dating. Wilton High School seniors from all walks of life are invited to be in the annual show, which showcases the spirit and camaraderie of the senior class. The annual senior show, said director Mary-Jo Duffy, provides all the seniors the opportunity to \u201cget up on stage, regardless of past experience.\u201d \u201cMost of the kids in the show have never stepped foot on stage before,\u201d she said, \u201cso it is an interesting experience for them, and lots of fun.\u201d Duffy said the concept of the high school\u2019s senior show is \u201calways, fun, zany, campy and silly.\u201d \u201cI try to find the funniest concepts where I can use as many characters as possible and then add big musical numbers so that the entire group can move and sing together,\u201d she said. Duffy said she conceived Save the Date by \u201cfinding lots of scenes about dating from several different sources.\u201d The show is comprised of various dating scenes, said Duffy, including blind dates, disaster dates, break-up dates, and being put in the \u201cfriend zone.\u201d \u201cAt the opening, we see a young girl sobbing and eating ice cream while watching romantic movies on television, and a guy who is hunkered down in his room playing 11 hours of video games a day,\u201d said Duffy. \u201cThey are visited by two supernatural beings or angels who tell them they need to get a grip and get out and live a little \u2014 join the real world \u2014 and they take them on this journey highlighting all the pitfalls of the dating world.\u201d Approximately 80 seniors are involved in this year\u2019s senior show, which Duffy said is a \u201cmemorable way for the seniors to celebrate each other\u201d and create a lasting memory before they graduate. One reason why people should attend the show, said Duffy, is to \u201cwatch a group of kids \u2014 many of whom have known each other since kindergarten \u2014 enjoy themselves together for maybe the last time before they fly off to college and other pursuits.\u201d The show dates and times are as follows: Thursday, Feb. 9 at 7:30. Friday, Feb. 10 at 8. Saturday, Feb. 11 at 5. Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. There will be open seating for the show and plenty of tickets available at the door. Information: 203-834-4844.