Another round of DDHS One Act plays delighted audiences this past weekend.
“Murder on the Center Stage,” “It’s A Small World,” and “Action News: Now with 10% More Action” were presented in the DDHS Auditorium Saturday and Sunday, May 16-17.
“Murder on Center Stage” had a nine-person cast of upperclassman. This short, murder/suspense drama — intended for more mature audiences — was directed by DDHS vocal music teacher Jim Larson.
“It’s a Small World” was a fast-moving story about three blind dates. Like the first play, the six-person cast was also made up of mostly upperclassman. It was directed by DDHS junior Anya Jeninga.
“Action News: Now with 10% More Action” was a one-act play that took some of its news stories from the minds of our own young, but very talented cast. This play was directed by Turtle Creek second grade teacher and assistant play director Lisa Seitz.
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