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Dublin High Drama Club Student-Directed One Act Plays Open Thursday Feb 3

February 1, 2011

This Thursday, February 3, is opening night for the Dublin High Drama Club’s annual student-directed One Act Plays. Every year, the Dublin High Drama Club provides students with the unique experience of directing other students in a series of one act plays. The line-up this year includes two musical numbers.

The four performance run opens Thursday Feb 3 at 7PM in Dublin High’s Little Theatre and continues Friday and Saturday at 7pm, and closes with a 1pm matinée on Sunday Feb 6 (yes, that’s Super Bowl Sunday with a curtain time suitable for enjoying both live theatre and football).

Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students.

The 2011 One Acts line-up:

Notes from the student directors:

Sarah Finn (The Philadelphia): As my first time directing, this show has been one of the highlights of my Junior year. My wonderful cast and my brilliant fellow directors have made this experience more than I could have ever hoped for.

Rhiannon Kay (Electric Roses): I am very excited to be directing my second one act here at Dublin High. I am very proud of my cast and I have loved spending each day with them. They have truly made this experience extremely enjoyable.

Alex Neideffer (Small Word): I have been involved in a total of 17 shows in my theatre career and this was my first time directing. The experience has been nothing short of a privilege and I have loved every minute of working on it. I would like to thank my beautiful cast for always staying positive and having so much swag.

Chris Harral (Heart of Hearing): I cannot express how excited I am to be apart of something so wonderful. I never could have done it without my cast who are so talented and have been so willing to learn. They have taught me so much and I appreciate their hard work.

Claire Shiell (“Putting it Together” from Sunday in the Park with George): Many thanks are due to Mr. Everts for allowing me to steal his piano, my friends and family for their love and support, my fellow directors for making me laugh when I really needed it, my pianists Cory and Amy for rocking it out, and of course my extremely talented cast for dealing with my crazy.

Sonia Bradley (“Light” from Next to Normal): Directing “Light” has definitely been an amazing experience. My cast has been wonderful and I’m so proud of all they’ve accomplished. I would like to thank Cathy Yuan for all the time and energy she has put into learning the music and being there to help teach the cast their parts.

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