Five one act plays directed by current BCHS seniors!
- Date:Saturday, December 2, 2017
- Show Times: 1:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
These can sell out, so order your tickets today!
The plays are:
- Governing Alice: A Dramedy in One Act by C. Denby Swanson
Directed by Jared Faul and Edward Gramling
- Hard Candy: A Short Comedy by Jonathan Rand
Directed by Chloe Fellwock and Rachel Smith
- 10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse: A Short Comedy by Don Zolidis
Directed by Blake Brown and Fiona Mulcahy
- All I Really Need to Know I Learned By Being in A Bad Play: One Act Comedy by Werner Trieschmann
Directed by Ashley Chamberlain and Grace Molenda
- Bobby Wilson Can Eat His Own Face: A Short Comedy by Don Zolidis
Directed by Beth Myers and Allan Schneider
Congratulations to Jackson Janowicz, BCHS Class of 2017, who was one of three recipients of the inaugural Kyle J.Guyton Memorial Scholarship. This $3000 scholarship was awarded to high school seniors or current college students who possess the qualities and attributes that made Kyle Guyton, a BCHS Theatre teacher who passed away in April of 2016, a well-loved member of theatrical, educational and faith-based communities.
Scholarship awards were chosen from students who plan to major or minor in Theatre Arts in college, have modeled compassion and integrity, have shown servant leadership, have performed community service on a regular basis and have participated in a high school, church, or community performing arts program for at least two years.
Other recipients of the award are Pike graduate Rhylan Page ’15, and Warren Central graduate Lauryn Tyler ’17.
Who knew arts could play such a critical role in your future?
Studies show that involvement in the arts can help increase test scores and improve overall academic performance. Plus, it’s a great way to express yourself.
Act Up! Get involved!