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Middle School One-Act Play contest set for April 22

April 11, 2017

: Goodson Middle School theatre arts students Grace Jones, Madeline Mouhot, Sophie Lehmann and Ty Hart rehearse a scene from their production of This is a Test for the Middle School One-Act Play contest.
Goodson Middle School theatre arts students Grace Jones, Madeline Mouhot, Sophie Lehmann and Ty Hart rehearse a scene from their production of This is a Test for the Middle School One-Act Play contest. 

April 11, 2017—The CFISD Middle School One-Act Play contest will be held on Saturday, April 22 at the Berry Center (8877 Barker Cypress Road).

The competition will be divided into two zones consisting of five schools each. The Zone I schedule will begin at 9 a.m. with the following schools’ one-act play performances starting at the top of each hour:

  • Smith Middle School: Why Do We Laugh by Stephen Gregg;
  • Aragon Middle School: The Little Prince by Rick Cummins and John Scoullar;
  • Hopper Middle School: I Never Saw Another Butterfly by Celeste Raspanti;
  • Hamilton Middle School: The Internet is Distract - Oh Look a Kitten! by Ian McWethy; and
  • Cook Middle School:  Just Another Day by Arthur Lovegrove.

The Zone II schedule will begin at 3 p.m. with the following schools’ performances at the top of each hour:

  • Thornton Middle School: Small Actors by Stephen Gregg;
  • Bleyl Middle SchoolZink:  the Myth, the Legend, the Zebra  by Charlie Bennett;
  • Goodson Middle School: This is a Test by Stephen Gregg;
  • Anthony Middle School:  Sending Down the Sparrows by Laura Lundgren Smith; and
  • Salyards Middle School:  A Wrinkle in Time by Morgan Gould.

Cook Middle School students (from left) Isabella Porras, Mallory Feeley, Alaina Wiseley and Isaiah DeLeon rehearse for their Middle School One-Act Play production of Just Another Day.
Cook Middle School students (from left) Isabella Porras, Mallory Feeley, Alaina Wiseley and Isaiah DeLeon rehearse for their Middle School One-Act Play production of Just Another Day. 

Tickets can be purchased at the door for $10 and will permit entry into both Zone contests. Admission is free for all district employees with ID.

*Please note that some plays may contain mature subject matter, and may not be suitable for young or immature audience members.  

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