This year’s fall play the drama program will perform “12 Angry Jurors”
The crew has a lot of expectations on their shoulders this year, but many say that this year is going to be much bigger than last years.
“I believe this play will be much better than last year’s just because we have more people in the play and everybody has been working really hard,” Senior Mia Carrillo said.
The play “12 Angry Jurors” is about 12 men who take part in deciding on a homicide trial during the late summer of 1954.
“I really like this year’s play. It will be interesting to see how students fall into different roles and how the audience likes the play,” senior Tanner Gibson said.
Many participants are hoping that this year’s play will be really good with all the veteran performers coming back.
“There are a lot of expectations for this year’s play, and honestly I’m really nervous because I want to do really well and impress the audience,” senior Mia Carrillo said.
The cast has been rehearsing to live up to everybody’s expectations, and many say the hard work is paying off.
“Many performers are working hard and many have been making every rehearsal, so many have been pleased with the progress we have made. We should be ready to perform when the time comes,” senior Chris Lee said.
The fall play has been a tradition every year and many students and parents look forward to watching this year’s play.
“I expect a lot from this year’s play, just because I know there are a lot of talented people in the play and I know they will do their best to make the play amazing,” senior Ronnie Grulkhie said.
Last year was a huge success with the thespians crew putting on a performance of “The Curious Savage”.
“The cast this year has a lot to work on, but I think we are starting to get into the swing of things and the cast is starting to know there parts, so we will be ready when Nov. 10 comes around” Fall play instructor Mr. Bornes said.
The drama program will perform “12 Angry Jurors” on Nov 10-11.
“This year is huge year for us seniors because this is our last fall play and we want to make it the best ever” senior Tanner Gibson said.