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Chesterton Middle School Drama Club to present spring comedy

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This year, 60 of Chesterton Middle School's best thespians are coming together to produce two, one-act comedy plays. Performances will be at 6:00 p.m. on both Friday, March 8, and Saturday, March 9. Tickets are $4 for students and seniors, and $6 for adults and will be available at the door.

The first one-act comedy, ‘This is Your Brain on Social Media,’ explores the hilarious dangers of teens over-indulging in technology. Inspired by real interviews with teenagers about their online lives, this one-act show takes on both the social-media madness facing modern day kids, and the grown-up hysteria over "kids these days." Starring Abby Ailes, Bella Brack, Mena Brack, Nathaniel Carpentier, Grace Carpenter, Marie Dandinidis, Laela Dinkins, Thomas Fadell, Emily Fleschhacker, Lauren Frencl, Jadelynn Girouard, Maxwell Good, Alex Hanna, Gigi Hanner, Lucy Huffman, Hailey Jalovecky, Tori Johnson, Ira Kashyap, Hayden Kremke, August Lovitz, Meghan Mahan, Kelsey Mason, Jacob Norkus, Shea Ogle, Sydney Orsburn, Milyani Ortiz, Josey Parlock, Saffy Shrum, Linnea Sundquist, Taylor Wise, and Sophia Worden.

The second one-act comedy, ‘10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse’ provides audience members strategies to survive the end of the world! This handy and hilarious guide covers using everything from Kung-Fu to logical reasoning to fend off hordes of the undead. Starring Katelynn Asbury, Abby Atrosh, Katie Billings, Ian Burgos, Connor Caton, Piotr Chmura, Ava Christian, Abigail Dennington, Grace Dudy, Thomas Fadell, CJ Glover, Josh Hoover, Ayla Johnson, Connor Kintzel, Tanner Lipka, LJ Manta, Arianna Martin, Emerson McCready, Brianna Moehl, Emily Nittner, Paige Nittner, Abby Norkus, Ally Novreske, Cadence Orange, Kaitlyn Piskula, Katie Radliff, Owen Rutherford, Keven Schmitt, Conner Smenyak, and Walter Smith.


Posted 3/7/2019




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