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Winter One Act wins first round of competition

Sophomore Lilly Strathman plays character Carol Stuckey in Park's rendition of

Maggie Klaers

February 1, 2019

Sophomore lead cast member Lilly Strathman said she was thrilled that theater’s production of “The Amish Project” received first place at the Winter One Act competition Jan. 22 at Edina High School. “I mean we got first place, so that was a cool experience because last year we didn’t m...

Theater hosts Q&A after ‘The Amish Project’ performances

Senior Morgana Obredofer takes notes while rehearsing for 'The Amish Project'. The cast did thorough research on their characters and the tragedy that the play is based on so that they could accurately portray the story.

Anika Hanson and Sophie Olmen

January 23, 2019

Senior crew member Rachel Mattson said the Q&A went very well for both the cast and crew of “The Amish Project” as well as the audiences that attended each performance. “It went a lot better than I expected, there were people who had really amazing questions that we’re thrown back by,...

Senior takes first lead role

Estelle Tronson performs her monologue while in rehearsal for

Marta Hill

January 9, 2019

When senior Estelle Tronson first saw the cast list for the winter play, “The Amish Project,” she was surprised to find she had gotten a lead role. “I was really excited, because it is a named role and that is super awesome and exciting for me,” Tronson said. “The only other time I have be...

Winter one-act to be ‘The Amish Project’

After school Nov. 30, sophomore Phoebe McKinney and cast read through the script of the upcoming winter one act.

Maggie Klaers and Sofia Seewald

December 3, 2018

Senior stage manager Nietzsche Deuel said she is looking forward to tackling the difficult messages in the upcoming winter one-act. “I’m excited for the one-act because it’s something that our school has spoken out against, because it’s about a shooting,” Deuel said. “I think it’s really ...

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