What started as a late night musing from Ms. Figg-Franzoi’s imagination last spring, has evolved into a class creation based on Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave.” Last spring, Figg asked the One Act class if they would be willing to devise a play based on an idea she had. The 26 students readily agreed. Summer … More Our One Act is going to STATE!
The 2016 One Act competition class worked all 1st trimester on creating a show to compete with at their state competition. Their hard work paid off when they walked away with 10 awards: Critics Choice Award Outstanding Ensemble Award Outstanding Stage Crew Award Outstanding Director Award Outstanding Actor: Emma Zander Outstanding Actor: Lauren Burghardt Outstanding … More One Act made a film…
So what exactly is One Act Class? Not many people have heard of the class and when you do hear the name you still don’t know what the class does. We had to ask the students in the class to clarify for us. Christian Loukopoulos talked about the students in the class, “Joining one act means your … More Students talk about One Act Class
By: Sarah Verespej Over the course of a mere 3 months I’ve truly learned a lot. I’ve learned to always have cough drops handy at a 5:45am call time. I’ve learned that confidence, but not cockiness, is key in theatre. And I’ve learned that a small group of misfits can create something truly spectacular. Looking at … More Teamwork and Theatre
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