One-Act Play

  • One Act Play is an activity wherein participants rehearse and put on a play that takes less than forty total minutes. Students audition and rehearse in the fall, and the team goes on the road for local competition that takes place in early November. With an amalgam of skill, determination, and luck, the team will advance to the next levels of competition.

    This year’s One Act is a series of monologues from Shakespeare’s Villains.


  • Ryan Ausloos