One-Act Play - Night
Fuente Ovejuna by Lope de Vega is based upon an actual historical incident that took place in 1476 in a small Spanish village. The play tells the story of the villagers’ oppression and rebellion. The audience was immersed in the story of this action packed play. The cast and crew would like to thank their wonderful audience for their continued support!
TWELFTH NIGHT was a huge success!! Thanks to everyone that attended to support this show.
Senior and Junior drama students came together to rehearse and perform the play Do Not Go Gentle (by Susan L. Zedar) at the Sears Drama Festival. This group of talented students represented Acton HS wonderfully
ONE ACT PLAY NIGHT
The senior class hosted a One Act Play Night on January 26th. Four short one act plays were performed — Not Enough Rope by Elaine May and directed by Keith Holmes; Stressed by Alan Haehenel and directed by Diana Rose; Meet the Spy directed by Spencer Pestell; 10,000 Cigarettes by Alex Broun and directed by Taylor Shirreffs.
May 6, 7 & 8 2015
This story of magic and adventure was told on four stages surrounding the audience. A magical time was had by the cast and the audience.
The Senior Drama students hosted a One Act Play Night on January 20th to a packed audience.
Five short plays were performed: Why Do We Laugh by Stephen Gregg directed by Lindsay Christopher; Apostrophe’s by Bradley Hayward directed by Andrew Hilson; Look Me In the Eye by Lindsay Price directed by Katie Alac; Stakeout by Eve directed by Lindsay Christopher; Cheaper at Half the Price by Acton’s own Andrew Hilson directed by Maddison Armstrong and Adrien Dafoe.
Acton Improv performed to thunderous applause at Creating a Scene 2014 (Burlington Performing Arts Centre) !!
Hannah Ward (second from the left) opened the show with Oh Canada and Jessamyn Chen (farthest left) emceed the first half of the evening.
Everyone took a bow at the end of the evening!
This years haunted house ("Terror Tales") was the biggest Acton HS has ever built. Three rooms or fearsome sights and experiences raised money and food for the Acton Foodshare and Me to We.
Congratulations to the cast and crew of this years Shakespeare in the Pit!! There was standing room only on closing night!