Batavia High School Student Directed One Acts
May 3rd and 4th at 7:00pm
Spread out over two nights come see these eight One Acts directed by eight Batavia High School Seniors through their theatre arts independent study class.
Eight directors. Two nights. Come see these eight One Acts directed by Batavia High School seniors.
One Acts on Thursday May 3rd
A Tell-Tale Heart Written by Robert Mason Directed by Lauren Burnham
Burke isn’t mad, not at all- it’s just that eye, that evil vulture eye.
Unknown Part of the Ocean Written by Sheri Wilner Directed by Mary Clare Perreault
Sophie loves telling magical stories to her sick mother, but what is the story really about?
Double Date Written by J. Holtham Directed by Samanta Echevarria
Nick is torn between the life he could've had and the life he's chosen. Watch as we see the truth come out over the course of one "double date".
NSA’s Guide to Winning Friends and Influencing People Written by Don Zolidis Directed by Max Micheli
Now you can use the National Security Agency's techniques of wiretapping, code-breaking, and data mining to get ahead! There's no time like the present to embrace the surveillance state...because the surveillance state is already embracing you.
One Acts on Friday May 4th
Flowers for Algernon Written by David Rogers Directed by Brandon Belair
A chalkboard, once drawn on, will never again be pristine.
On the Porch One Crisp Spring Morning Written by Alex Dremann Directed by Erika Knutson
A mother and daughter have coffee on the porch one morning and learn all about each others secret lives.
Sure Thing Written by David Ives Directed by Emily Tae Smith
When Betty and Bill have a chance meeting in a café, their connection is no sure thing as they navigate through a conversational minefield.
A Dinner for Two Written by Bethany Nelson Directed by Meghan Tucker
Juliet and Daniel get together for a delicious dinner, but what is on the menu?