It all begins with a group of actors, an eager director, and a small group of tech people, willing to work hard on their latest show: Snow Queen.
Their work starts at 4:10 p.m. They run through the scenes as if it were something they have done since elementary school, making it look easy. Their characters come to life; each perfectly fits into a separate persona.
“In their auditions they showed that they could memorize lines. They showed that they knew and understood what movement on stage was supposed to look like. They showed good characterization and volume,” Ms. Adkinson, the director, said.
Snow Queen's cast and crew are ready to step up and do extra work. Everyone listens to the director and strives to perfect the production. When there are problems they work as a team to fix them. Even though it may be tiring and time-consuming, the Snow Queen cast put up take on these challenges because they are doing what the love.
“In general, I just loved theater and being able to act on stage with people you’ve probably been friends with for a year or so. I think it’s fun,” said Alena Pike (9).
Snow Queen has become a space where the actors and crew can escape distractions and enjoy something they all worked to put together to execute.
~Ryleigh McCright- Staff Writer