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Wild one acts


Beginning drama leaves audience on the edge of their seats

As the beginning drama students anxiously bustled about backstage getting ready for the show ahead, the audience chattered and waited, unaware of the greatness they were about to experience. Four casts were ready to leave their hearts on the stage, performing one acts that five talented directors had put together. Seniors Asher Armstrong, Steven Scruggs, Brooke Bigelow, Carson Opheim, and Cody Buchholtz either chose pre-written acts to work with or wrote, cast, blocked, and directed their own short plays.

Seniors Carson Opheim and Cody Buccholtz introduce their self-written play.
Drama teacher Marcy Goodnow congratulates and applauds the seniors on their passion and talent for drama.










The plays highlighted different characters, stories, and messages that kept the audiences on the edge of their seats with every twist, turn, and surprise. There were heartfelt moments, plot twists, and times when the audience couldn’t stop laughing. Overall, the four shows were worth every minute.


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