One Acts Approaching

    Theatre is currently working on it’s yearly production, “One Acts.” One Acts,” is a small scale production that gives the students a chance to play the role of a director. From the script to design to props, it is strictly a student-run production.

    “One Acts is a great learning experience for students that want to pursue a career in being a director or a theatre related job in general”, Junior Tristan Ratterman said.

    Ratterman is not only a dedicated member of the theatre community, but is one of the directors so to speak in One Acts.

    For the actors in One Acts, it is a different experience considering the circumstance of less adult approval, but enjoyable and unique for everyone involved.

    “You don’t have to be tied down to theatre to get into One Acts. It’s a way for students to get their feet wet and get a taste for what it’s like to perform,” Senior Trevor Nemnich.

    To make it simple, One Acts is a low-scale production, but just as entertaining as a more elaborate production. It does require costumes and props just like any other production, there’s just less time spent on it as opposed to The Addams Family musical this Spring.   The performance will consist of five different productions, three of which are student written. The performance date is Thursday, Jan. 29 at 7 .p.m  with doors opening at 6:30 p.m.. Tickets are $5 to sit in the house and $7 to sit on stage and are limited.

    “The student directed One Acts are a great way for the students to be creative and show leadership with the other students,” theatre director Mrs. Cori Nelson said.