Evan Hodkinson, right, joined Karmellah Butler in being chosen as an All-County Cast Member. The Drama Dawgs presented “Competition Piece” directed by Robin Evans-DelCiappo. (PHOTOS BY CHRISTINA McCUNE | DGKN)
Waynedale High School opened the Wayne County High School One-Act Play Festival with “Cut!”
Wooster High School presented “Check, Please!” Jan. 28 during the Wayne County High School One-Act Play Festival and received a Superior rating.
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DALTON For the past 42 years, young thespians from across the county have showcased their skills on Dalton High School’s auditorium stage eliciting laughter from the audience and providing food for thought through one-act plays.
The tradition continued Jan. 28 with eight high schools presenting their one-act plays for adjudication at the annual Wayne County High School One-Act Play Festival sponsored by Tri-County Educational Service Center.
The event takes place during the school day. The public is invited to watch the plays each year.
The play festival provides selected high school students the opportunity to perform, to display their talent, and to receive critiques and ratings of their performances by qualified judges, according to Dr. Michelle Muro, fine arts consultant for Tri-County ESC.
Read the complete story in the Feb. 5, 2020 edition of The Dalton Gazette & Kidron News.