One-acts showcase students’ talents

Margaret Korte
Contributing Writer

Sophomore Lydia Foss (Jordan) and freshman Riley Prescott (Alex) perform in “Vulgar” written by junior Mark Ellsworth. Drama Department sponsored the Fall One Acts Festival on Wednesday, Sept. 28 in the Black Box Theater. One Acts are written, directed and performed by students. Photo by Lydia Urice

Fall one-acts took place on Sept. 28, at 7 p.m in the Blackbox Theater. They were open to both students and parents. Tickets were $5.

All seven one-acts were written and directed by students.

This year’s titles included “The Nightshift,” written and directed by Margaret Oliphant; “Hammerman & Glaive Boy,” directed by Casey Drilingas, written and assisted by Richard Hermann; “Vulgar,” written and directed by Mark Ellsworth; “Pro Homo,” written and directed by Maloy Gordon; “Treehugger,” written by Luca Giordano and directed by Zoe Smith; “Going Up,” written and directed by Adreonna Grant; and “Wedding Toasts and Related Hosts,” written and directed by Mia Willis.

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