Drama Club

Jack Trowbridge, Writer

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Student actors are working harder than ever to master their craft as they now have a drama club. Drama club is a non-school affiliated group that practices acting abilities to make them better. They do not pay a fee and is a group that is just for them. They meet after school once a week to practice. Sophomore Elizabeth Bredman talked about what they do in drama club saying, “First we warm up, then she has us memorize a monologue, then we present our monologue. We basically expand our acting world. We work on different acting techniques and how to present them.” There are around 17 people in drama club. They don’t have contests to go to; they preform just for themselves. Senior Jon Bowen talk about why he liked drama club saying, “We get to work on being the best actors we can be.” This club shows the dedication these actors have for their craft and how promising the theatre future is with these students.

 

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