Bryan Haeffele photos Wilton High School senior Luke Maloney channeled his passion for screenwriting into creating this year\u2019s Senior Show, Scamilton, a spoof on Lin-Manuel Miranda\u2019s Broadway hit Hamilton, hitting the Clune Center stage Thursday, Feb. 8. Laced with comedic highlights, Scamilton blends the 18th and 21st centuries with historical characters and contemporary music and dance. For Scamilton, Luke said, he adopted \u201ca lot of the same characters\u201d from Hamilton, but also created new ones, changed relationships and abandoned \u201chistorical accuracy for comedic purposes.\u201d Some of the show\u2019s leading roles are: Alexander Hamilton, played by Trevor Brown. Ramora Williams, played by Jamie Feidner. George Washington, played by Luke\u2019s twin brother, Finn Maloney. Martha Washington, played by Anna Onnerud. King George, played by Aidan Callahan. Betsy Ross, played by Lydia Hoffman. Veronica, played by Taylor Burke. John Adams, played by Riley Sexton. Abigail Adams, played by Alexandra Curtin. Luke, a frequent player in Wilton High School theater productions, said he started spending an hour writing every single night his sophomore year of high school. \u201cI initially started by writing a screenplay, but as a side project I would write comedic plays,\u201d he said. \u201cIt started out as a way to relieve the stress of my main project and have fun with dramatic writing.\u201d Luke said he wrote Scamilton the summer after his sophomore year after \u201clistening to the soundtrack [of Hamilton] pretty much nonstop.\u201d \u201cThe first draft took a few weeks. I was working on it every night for at least two hours, so it was going pretty quickly,\u201d he said. \u201cThe draft we\u2019re acting under now is almost unrecognizable.\u201d Jokes, characters and entire scenes were cut \u201cto make the script work better,\u201d said Luke, who then edited the screenplay \u201con and off again for a year.\u201d It wasn\u2019t until last summer that he finalized a draft. Luke said he had wanted to write a Senior Show ever since his friend Elliot tried to when he was a freshman. After writing four different 50- to 60-page scripts for possible Senior Shows, Luke said, he emailed them to producer Marty Kozlowski last spring and \u201cproposed a student-run show.\u201d In addition to devising and writing this year\u2019s entire Senior Show production, Luke is co-directing it with veteran director Mary Jo Duffy \u2014 something he had \u201cno intention of doing.\u201d \u201cI actually thought I would submit [the scripts] for the grade above me,\u201d said Luke. Scamilton show dates and times are as follows: Thursday, Feb. 8, at 7:30 Friday, Feb. 9, at 8 Saturday, Feb. 10, at 5 Luke said people should see the show \u201cbecause it allows for future generations of aspiring writers and directors at Wilton High School to run their own productions.\u201d \u201cIf this play goes exceedingly well, a student-run Senior Show could become a staple of our theater program in the future,\u201d he said. \u201cAlso, most Senior Shows are a series of loosely related comedic vignettes. Scamilton is an entire narrative, which makes the entire piece vastly more interesting.\u201d Tickets are $12. They are general admission and will be sold during the high school lunch waves, as well as at the door. Information: 203-834-4844.