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Articles About YSHS Drama Club
YSHS stage lights up for second weekend of Almost, Maine
YSHS’s fall play “Almost, Maine” continues this weekend at Mills Lawn auditorium.
A swinging spring musical at YSHS — Grease opens Friday
Yellow Springs High School students are eager to play their rebellious teenage counterparts at the fictitious Rydell High School in this year’s spring musical, Grease.
Show goes on for One-Acts
It’s a Friday night in Yellow Springs and a group of high school kids are looking for things to do. The typical, albeit caricatured, teenage banter is captured in a one-act play written by YSHS students Rory Papania and Lois Miller and will be performed at this year’s annual staging of student-written, student-directed pieces.
VIDEO: A sneak peek of YSHS’s Chicago
The Yellow Springs High School drama club will open its spring musical, Chicago, this weekend. See a video sneak peek after the jump.
Wilde and witty
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One-acts take fairy tale leap
The annual Yellow Springs High School One-Act Plays are upon us again, this year led predominantly by members of the junior class. The plays this year include everything from awkward situations to a not-so-super hero, mixed up fairy tales, a mad scientist, blind dates, Power Rangers, war stories and a French-teaching superman. Even with new guidelines put into place by the students themselves, the one-acts are sure to be as good as ever.
YSHS actors to soar in ‘Peter Pan’
Backed by a full musical ensemble of community members, the Yellow Springs High School Drama Club, Thespian Troupe #4671 and the YSHS Theatre Arts Association will present Peter Pan in the Mills Lawn auditorium April 24, 25, 26 and May 1, 2, 3.
It’s a “new spin on a very traditional tale,” director Kelly Pekar said of the production. “We’ve tried to pull out some of the deeper meanings…about how time changes people.”