West Fargo High School drama students to present one-act play desert theatre
West Fargo high school drama students will get a chance to go backwards in time and play younger versions of themselves, as they perform in this year's one-act play. "How to Eat Like a Child and Other Lessons in Not Being a Grownup," will be performed on Saturday, April 25, in the West Fargo High School Theater, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The musical focuses on kids giving other children advice on how to just be kids and have fun.
The production will be directed by Sarah Tron, with Karen Morrison as music director. The cast includes Sarah Arnold, Alyssa Beckius, Taylor Birrenkott, Danielle Davila, Tiffany Fitterer, Nate Gilbraith, Taylor Gjestvang, Abbey Immer, Jonathan Jahnke, Andrew Linzmeier, Samantha Pyle, Michaela Pytlik, Jazmyne Reinke, Patrick Richard, Ellen Rossow, Monica Schroeder, Laurel Schuessler, Mckenzie Schwark, Lucas Stillwell, Christopher Taylor, Lauren Ugelstad, Emily Vrem, Kyle Wohlman, and Connor Wright.
Dessert will be served during intermission, followed by the Senior Showcase. Tickets will be available at the door for $5. Dessert is included in the ticket price. For more information, contact Sarah Tron at the West Fargo High School at 356-2050.
The show will go on the road on April 27-28 when the students compete in the State A One-Act Play Festival at Fargo South. Students will also compete in individual events, including costume design, solo monologue acting, and solo musical performance.