One Act Play

Chloe Cude, Staff Writer

One Act Play has worked extra hard throughout the school year and has been working on a play called “Henry Lumper” for the past three weeks. They practice for two hours on weekdays and three hours on Sundays.

Not only is it about acting and competitions, it also includes building friendships, learning new things throughout the process, and most importantly building a strong bond between everyone involved. “I wouldn’t trade what we do for the world,” said Eric Estrada, sophomore. 

They have put a lot of time and dedication into everything that they have done and continue doing.  Their first competition is in Snyder, on March 3 and 4.