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Dialogue Technique: Facade

Think about the last time someone was…

Angry with you?
Irritated by you?
Nervous to see you?
Excited to see you?

What the person was thinking and feeling is called… 737 more words


Does anyone smell smoke? 

Charlotters star in biannual CVU one act plays

By Madison Hakey | The Charlotte News

A night of fire, romance, birth, and theater rehearsal ended with two deaths this past weekend at CVU. 801 more words


Spring 2016 One Acts, Monologues and Musical Numbers Festival Cast Lists

Thanks to everyone who came out to audition for our Spring 2016 One Acts, Monologues a and Musical Numbers Festival – we had some absolutely incredible talent walk through our doors! 245 more words

Cast List

Spring 2016 One Acts, Monologues and Musical Numbers Festival Selections

Thank you to all who pitched for this year’s One Acts, Monologues and Musical Numbers Festival! We’re proud to announce the chosen works:

Controlling Interest, by Wayne S. 136 more words

One Acts



“Joy Oaks”

By PATRICIA ACEDO, Contributing Writer

“Joy Oaks” by Spencer Nachman was definitely a pleasure to watch. In the first few minutes, the plot was a little incoherent to me, but as the play progressed, I began to understand the writer’s approach. 888 more words

Slideshow: One Acts attract sellout crowd

Julia Karsteter
Contributing Writer

Fifty students performed in nine one-act plays in the Winter One Act Festival on Dec. 9, in the Little Theater.

The plays were “A Friend to Confide in” by Emma Carver, “Pressure,” by Helen O’Brien and Becca Riley, “Inside” by Tea Gardner, “A Bit Too Much” by Aidan Kurtz, “The Shaman” by Kate Arendes, “This is a Bank Robbery…” by Tyler Benbow, “Champagne” by Caroline Jordan, “Closet of William Hawke” by Molly Kurtz and “Egg Head” by Bridget Kahrhoff, Hannah Leatherbarrow and Maggie Pool. 16 more words


Drama shows nine Winter One Acts

Julia Karsteter
Contributing Writer

With the culmination of the writers, actors, and directors in the school, everyone comes together for the Winter One Acts.

One acts will be Wednesday, Dec. 295 more words