Student talent takes centre stage

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The curtain rises this weekend on the Waterdown District High School's drama department's 2006 production, Random Acts - and audiences are in for a special treat.

Instead of one multi-act production, the format this time around features several short plays presented over two nights. Aside from a boost from teachers Keith Robson, who built the set, Mr. McEwen's technical direction and production guidance from Cindy Carey and Andrea Moore, the students oversee all aspects of staging the plays, from acting and directing to costumes and props.

The first installment of Random Acts (The Actor's Nightmare, The Offering) is tonight (February 24), with the second half (Dying to be Thin, This is a Test, Fade to Black) showing tomorrow night (February 25). The order of the play presentations will be reversed next weekend (March 3-4).

Tickets are available at the door and cost $8 (adult) or $6 (student) for one night; for two nights the price is $15 and $10. To reserve seats, call 905-689-6692.

Student talent takes centre stage

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The curtain rises this weekend on the Waterdown District High School's drama department's 2006 production, Random Acts - and audiences are in for a special treat.

Instead of one multi-act production, the format this time around features several short plays presented over two nights. Aside from a boost from teachers Keith Robson, who built the set, Mr. McEwen's technical direction and production guidance from Cindy Carey and Andrea Moore, the students oversee all aspects of staging the plays, from acting and directing to costumes and props.

The first installment of Random Acts (The Actor's Nightmare, The Offering) is tonight (February 24), with the second half (Dying to be Thin, This is a Test, Fade to Black) showing tomorrow night (February 25). The order of the play presentations will be reversed next weekend (March 3-4).

Tickets are available at the door and cost $8 (adult) or $6 (student) for one night; for two nights the price is $15 and $10. To reserve seats, call 905-689-6692.

Student talent takes centre stage

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The curtain rises this weekend on the Waterdown District High School's drama department's 2006 production, Random Acts - and audiences are in for a special treat.

Instead of one multi-act production, the format this time around features several short plays presented over two nights. Aside from a boost from teachers Keith Robson, who built the set, Mr. McEwen's technical direction and production guidance from Cindy Carey and Andrea Moore, the students oversee all aspects of staging the plays, from acting and directing to costumes and props.

The first installment of Random Acts (The Actor's Nightmare, The Offering) is tonight (February 24), with the second half (Dying to be Thin, This is a Test, Fade to Black) showing tomorrow night (February 25). The order of the play presentations will be reversed next weekend (March 3-4).

Tickets are available at the door and cost $8 (adult) or $6 (student) for one night; for two nights the price is $15 and $10. To reserve seats, call 905-689-6692.