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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

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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

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TGWG An Evening of One-Acts: Meet the Cast of A Second Serving of Salt

In acting circles less than a year, MIKE THOMPSON (Ivor) has appeared in just three productions before this performance, but has embraced this new endeavor with the same enthusiasm that carried him through a career in St. 219 more words

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TGWG An Evening of One-Acts: Meet the Cast of Open

RYAN SCOTT FOIZEY (Harrison) attended the University of Northern Iowa to study theatre, and moved to St. Louis in 2011. Ryan has appeared with New Line in… 224 more words

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TGWG An Evening of One-Acts: Meet the Playwrights

DONALD C. MILLER holds a master’s degree in media literacy from Webster University. He is a co-author of “Media Literacy: Keys to Interpreting Media Messages” and is currently working on my second textbook about teens and media. 311 more words

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