WHS drama is less than a week away from hitting the stage. On Saturday, the drama class will perform scenes from “Nothing Serious” by Rich Orloff.
The WHS drama class will perform its spring play May 7. The murder mystery-comedy “The Alibis" follows Detective Casey Neptune and her butler Warwick as they try to figure out who murdered billionaire J. Leslie Arlington.
Slide Show: The WHS drama club performed “The Most Amazing Christmas Play Series in the Entire History of the World" by Don Zolidis Saturday evening.
Wabaunsee’s annual Fall play is only a couple of weeks away. Just like in years past, the drama class will put on a lovely performance for the community, however this year there will be some guest appearances as well. The newspaper class and several students from outside of the drama class will also make up the cast this year, yours truly included.
As the WHS drama class prepares for its Fall play next weekend, we look back 20 years to the 2001 production.
The drama class will be presenting its spring play, “Crazytown,” Saturday, May 8, at 2 p.m. This play is structured as a local news channel in a wacky small town. It’s a lighthearted comedy with four parts. These include an interrogation, a political debate, a sports scene and an infomercial.
The WHS drama class is producing Crumpled Classics for the fall play on December 14.
The comedy by Craig Sodaro is filled with modernized versions of classic plays including Romeo and Juliet, Frankenstein, Sherlock Holmes, The Legend of Arthur and Phantom of the Opera.
Senior Brendan Duggar said, “I think the audience will enjoy it because since they already know the idea of the classics and the play is just a “modernized” version of the classics with added humor.”
Junior Brendan Dugger and senior Maddie Alderman rehearse at city park for the spring drama performance. The play is at 7 p.m. May 4 in the WHS auditorium. Photo by Karlee Swenson. As the drama class enters final preparations for its spring performance, it doesn’t just have one play to prepare. It has two. Instead... Continue Reading →