Friday, December 7, 2018

One Acts Compete in District Competition


          On Friday, November 30, the One Acts cast competed in the district competition. They took second in the competition, performing "Rosie the Riveter."
           Taya Leija, makeup and hair designer, says, "The best part of participating in One Acts was the unbreakable bonds that I developed over the seasons." Taya has been in One Acts for all four years in high school. She says, "I really enjoyed being able to express myself, even though I was told I applied foundation roughly."
           The team had a lot of ups and down, but the worst part was when they placed second instead of first. Taya thought the worst part was trying to style 'victory rolls.' 
           There were many people in the cast, including Austin McCabe, who played Tommy. Austin says, "The best part of being in the One Act play was being able to hang out with all of the fun people." This was Austin's second year of being in the One Acts play. "The worst part was having to put on mascara and eyeliner," says Austin. Although they lost to Gordon-Rushville Austin feels that they performed very well and should do even better next year.
           It has been five years since the One Acts play got runner-up for districts, making this the third time Chadron High School has received this high of an award.

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