Theater show promises entertainment
Theater students from Silver State High School will present a showcase of their work Friday.
Director Abbey Gardner said the show will be worth watching.
“It’s fun,” she said. “There’s going to be a lot of funny stuff.”
Rather than a play, students will be performing a variety of techniques including comedy improv, monologues and scenes.
About 25 students will participate in the show, where they’ll perform monologues from well-known movies and scenes from “Saturday Night Live” and popular plays.
The improv will be in the same style as “Whose Line Is It, Anyway?”
“You don’t need to know the story before you come, because it’s not an entire play,” Gardner said.
The show, to be presented at the school, should run just less than two hours.
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