One-Act plays are similar to a short story. There is a complete drama within one act. It is brief, condensed, and single in effect. One situation or episode is presented, permitting no minor plots or side actions that may distract attention for the single purpose and effect being developed. Characters are few in number, quickly introduced, and very limited in character development. Dialogue and Plot must carry the action forward smoothly and quickly.
Drama students at WHS presented "2" ONE-ACT plays Friday evening and will do the same this evening at 7PM. Admission $5 Adults / $3 Students.
The first presentation, "TIME", written by Jordyn Young and directed by Cameron Carter had an interesting, "Twilight Zone-ish" twist about exchanging places with friends who had passed on. This presentation starred Lizzy Santana, Gabe Hyer, Cameron Carter, Chandra Pourner and Michaela Adkins-Washington.
The 2nd presentation, a bit "heavier" yet, dealt with bullying and suicide, viewer discretion was advised and encouraged. This performance was entitled "The Source of His Light", written by Jason Jeffery and directed by Riley Nelson. Performers included Chloe Easterly, Kaden Heacock, Brandon Oleson, Riley Nelson, Brittney Bentz, and Austin Harriger.
Curtain goes up again tonight (Saturday) - 7PM @ WHS (Auditorium)
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