By: Emma Zander (17′) Role: Vera Play: She Kills Monsters Before the day began Emma was worried- very worried. When Emma woke up at seven o’clock she did not want to get out of bed, much less fight monsters. As the day began, she ate a well-balanced breakfast (a pleasure Vera rarely indulges in, unless you … More Kickething Some Booty
By: TJ O’Connor I can’t remember what happened on Saturday morning; it was too long ago. Probably I was upset that I had to wake up early on a Saturday- on my birthday. Obviously I had the best birthday of all time, what’s more fun than One Act at Plinkerton? I can’t say I knew … More I broke the light board…
By: Haley Stevens (16′) Before the day began, I was sleeping. When my alarm began ringing the annoying tune, labeled Helium, at 7 am–I thought I would get up to exercise–I accidently hit the off button instead of the snooze button, which has a seven minute grace period. So, instead of getting up early, which … More Story time with Haley Stevens
By: Christian Loukopoulos Chapter 1 Suddenly my muscles tensed as I sprang up from my pillow from which my head had recently laid upon, due to a familiar noise that I had grown to despise. After a split second I sprang into action! knowing all too well what was needed to be done. Typing feverishly … More Story about One Act District By: Christian Loukopoulos
By: Erin Meskimen Before the show I woke up at 7:30, showered, ate a ton of mini donuts, and then walked to Homestead. I brought with me a blanket so I could take a nap on the bus, which I was SO RUDELY AWAKENED FROM by Lauren Brill (she poked me). Upon arriving to Plinkerton … More We Killed those Monsters
By Andrew Lococo Prior to our District competition, personally, I was feeling overwhelmed. However, as a whole, I think that our class just went along with it. I didn’t know exactly what I was getting myself into. I was not aware of how this system or competition works. How would the judges rank our play? … More One Act District Reflection By Andrew Lococo
When Homestead High School theatre Director Amelia Figg-Franzoi was asked “Why Robin Hood?” she smiled lightly and spoke, “I know, crazy right? It’s a show all about men. Or at least traditionally. Last year I fell in love with a version of Robin Hood called The Heart of Robin Hood, but I knew I could never do … More Robin Hood Review!