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One Acts Review

From a spooky Halloween classic, to a student written drama, the One Acts this year lit up the stage. The One Acts are great every year, but something about this year’s edition was spectacular. It may have been the newer additions to CB theater like junior Danielle Olsen (’14). “I have always been backstage with […]

From a spooky Halloween classic, to a student written drama, the One Acts this year lit up the stage.

The One Acts are great every year, but something about this year’s edition was spectacular. It may have been the newer additions to CB theater like junior Danielle Olsen (’14).

“I have always been backstage with Open Mic and Theater, So I asked [CB Theatre Director] Mr. Mickiewicz if I could be play a small role in the ensemble and I had a lot of fun doing it” says Danielle.

Another reason for the success of this year’s One Acts was the collaborative effort of the CB theater program to make the show awesome.

“I have been in two productions at CB and I love CB theater, and One Acts was just a fantastic time for meeting new friends and putting on an amazing show!” says Dylan Santana (’14) who starred in two of the One Acts.

The variety of the shows kept audiences entertained the entire way throughout, and the actors were enjoying themselves the entire time.

“This is the first One Acts I was in, unlike last year when I was a techie, and I really just love being involved,” says Maura Tomassetti (’14). “One Acts because is one of the hidden treasures of CB’s Theatre Department.”

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