One Stage, One Act

One Stage, One Act

Theatre festival begins tonight at M-CHS
Joshua Martin swings his sword but Caden O’Brien leaps to avoid being sliced as the two practice a fight scene for the One Act play “Star Crossed Lovers”.
Anakay Hanold rehearses the role of Juliette for the One Act Play, “Star Crossed Lovers”.
Shaela Gray plays Juliett as Bryan Tripp plays Romeo for the One Act Play, “Star-Crossed Lovers”.
Journal/Sam Green
Preston Sitton and Andrea Tripp rehearse the one act play, Difference.
One Act Fesitval

The One-Act Festival runs tonight through Saturday at Montezuma-Cortez High School. Performances begin at 7 p.m.
Tonight’s show will be followed by a ceremony to induct new thespians into the troop as well as presenting awards.
Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students.
Reservations: 565-3722 ext. 198.

One Stage, One Act

Joshua Martin swings his sword but Caden O’Brien leaps to avoid being sliced as the two practice a fight scene for the One Act play “Star Crossed Lovers”.
Anakay Hanold rehearses the role of Juliette for the One Act Play, “Star Crossed Lovers”.
Shaela Gray plays Juliett as Bryan Tripp plays Romeo for the One Act Play, “Star-Crossed Lovers”.
Journal/Sam Green
Preston Sitton and Andrea Tripp rehearse the one act play, Difference.
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