One-act play offers public performance

Seniors to be honored before production


Kumi Williams

Theatre advances to Bi-District

Gia Herrera, Opinion/Entertainment Editor

 Production theatre competed at the UIL One Act Play district contest March 9 and placed third. 

At district SSenior Chaya Powell won Best Performer for her role as “Medea.” Senior Tatum Tomallo won All Star Technician Award.

“Medea” is a Greek tragedy centered around a mother’s love and revenge.

Production competed at Zone on March 3 and placed first. At every contest only three schools advance. They will go on to compete Thursday at Cedar Park High School for bidistrict.

The public performance will be March  21, with senior night starting at 6:30 p.m. This is the only public showing of this play. Admission is free and open to everyone.