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Evening of One Acts

Students fight in this scene.
Kristen Miller
Students fight in this scene.

On January 25-27 Royal High School and Sinaloa Middle School performed for their evening of One Acts in the Royal MPR. The One Acts started a few years ago when Royal didn’t have a stage to perform on, because of the construction remodeling of the MPR.

Sinaloa Middle School performed Don’t Hike at Night, a One Act written by 32 middle school students. “We spent 20 minutes three days a week for two months working on the show,” said Miss Nordberg, a Sinaloa drama director. 

Royal performed That’s Not How I Remember It. The One Act featured songs such as Eye of the Tiger, I Need A Hero, and  Crazy Train. The show was student directed by senior Lizzy Platt. The job of a director is very different from that of an actor. The directors make all of the creative choices, leaving little room for the actors to make their own decisions. 

“I don’t have a say in anything and I definitely want to make my own creative choices, but I’m not allowed,” senior Aedyn Frederickson said about acting. 

Doing the One Acts with Sinaloa is good publicity, it encourages students from Sinaloa to come to Royal.

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Kristen Miller, Reporter
Hi! I am Kristen Miller. I am a junior here at Royal. I like reading, drawing, coloring and writing stories. I am in the drama club, known as "the Royal Players." After graduation, I would like to become an author.

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