Eight performances ranging from comedy, to drama, and everything in between, will be showcased on the CJ stage on Saturday, May 4.
CJ Performing Arts Presents: A Night of One Acts, beginning at 7 p.m. Admission is $5. This is the fifth year for the showcase, which continues to grow both with the number of performances and opportunities for students.
“There have been more people interested each year so it’s cool to see people branch out and try different things — One Acts is a great opportunity to do that,” said Kat Bishop ‘20. Bishop was a stage manager her freshman and sophomore years and is acting this year.
Mallory Castonguay ‘19 acted her first two years participating in One Acts and chose to direct the last two.
“Directing is the best — I love it,” Castonguay shared. “This event is special because it’s the one night of the year where you can watch a lot of different characters on the stage. It’s also a great way to support the students because the acts are student produced, acted, and managed.”
Titles of some of the one acts includes, Small World, The Tell-Tale Heart (based on the story by Edgar Allan Poe), Home for the Chalidays, and Regina Flector Wins the Science Fair.
Posted May 2, 2019