A recap of One Acts

February 15, 2016

Perhaps one of the more unique experiences offered to our Arts Academy theatre students is the opportunity to participate in the One Act Festival. During the festival, students become the leaders of the theatre department, and work together to produce and stage productions for a live audience.

Students from the department caucus and bestow the distinct honor and title of director on their fellow classmates. The remaining students collaborate and divide work among performers, stage managers, costumers and so on.

Shows included:
Pyramid Effect by Marica Dixy
Directed by Ella May Hunsader

F.A.B.U.L.O.U.S. by Jonathan Rand
Directed by Monica Schmocker

The Most Massive Woman Wins by Madeline George
Directed by Cameron Iggins

Interpreting A Dream by Judy Klaas
Directed by Hadar Busia-Singleton

Dead Fish by Riley Warmoth (IAA 12-15)
Directed by Mark Mazzarella

Post-It by Paul Dooley and Winne Holzman
Directed by Darcy Furlong

Controlling Interest by Wayne S. Rawley
Directed by Yonatan Weiss

The Intervention by Anne Washburn
Directed by Aria Middleman

Barefoot In Nightgown By Candlelight by Don Nigro
Directed by Juliana Slocum

The Cowboy by Patrick Holland
Directed by Julia Steenstra

The Statue of Bolivar by Eric Lane
Directed by Gabe Halstead Alvarez

Why Do We Laugh? by Steven Gregg
Directed by Madeline Boveri

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