Warm up with laughter at the MLS Theatre Company’s Winter One-Acts, staged at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 2, Friday, Feb. 3, and Saturday, Feb. 4 at the Amherst Steele High School cafetorium.
Enjoy plays and skits directed by students. With minimal assistance from the drama sponsor Sue Druga, this year’s 12 student directors will all present comedies There will even be a surprise faculty cameo in the final one-act.
Offerings will include:
• “Promageddon” by Dan Dietz, directed by Erik Taylor and Adriana Figueroa.
• “Rapunzel Revisited” by Martin Follose, directed by Alec Kroh and Sarah Pando.
• “Ten Little Friends In” by Dick Smith, directed by Hannah Parson and Kayla Madden.
• “The Wacky Adventures of Hansel and Gretel” by Scott Sparling, directed by Brooke Werner and Emily Fisher.
• “Zebras Can Kill Too!” by Steven Stetak and Matt Falk, directed by Emily Hutlock and Michael Garcia.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets will be sold at the door. They are $10 for general admission and $5 for students, thespians, and senior citizens.
There is also comfortable priority seating available. It is an additional $5 for the front row and an additional $3 for the second row. These are the only reserved seats.
Groups may buy discount tickets in advance. Contact Booster President Tara Williams at 216-287-1910 or email@example.com.
“Bring a Can to Move a Can” is a chance for two front row seats. Take a can of food to the one-acts and receive a ticket in a drawing for two front row seats to be drawn for that night’s performance.
Note that children five and under are not permitted at the performances.
The MLS Theatre Company is a student-run organization. Every student involved in the productions is between the ages of 14 and 18.
Courtesy photo Teens from Steele High School write, direct, and star in their own productions called Winter One-Acts. Here, members of the MLS Theatre Company are up to some on-stage high jinks sure to make you laugh.