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One Act in full swing

Dawson Johns

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One Acts is now in full swing, and after a week of tryouts, the cast list for the 2017 season has been announced. The One Acts team will be performing a modern spin on “Medea”, the Greek tragedy by Euripides, and will be incorporating a large chorus as townspeople. Senior Carsyn Long will be portraying Medea, an immigrant who left her home for her husband, and junior Isaiah Henderson will be portraying Jason, the war hero who married Medea and brought her to his own country.

   The GHS production of “Medea” is directed by science teacher and speech coach, Jenn Dillinger, assisted by teacher Tyler Thompson.

  “I am really excited about this year,” Dillinger said. “We have a very talented cast, and crew, and we have 58 kids involved this year.”

  The team will have their first competition November 10 in Kearney and Districts will be held in Lincoln on December 2.

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