30 Reasons Not to be in a Play

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30 Reasons Not to be in a Play

October's Artist of the Month, Destiny Boone, designed the fall play's poster.

October's Artist of the Month, Destiny Boone, designed the fall play's poster.

Destiny Boone

October's Artist of the Month, Destiny Boone, designed the fall play's poster.

Destiny Boone

Destiny Boone

October's Artist of the Month, Destiny Boone, designed the fall play's poster.

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Have you ever had the desire, even if for a fleeting moment, to audition for a play? If you’ve ever been to a show, and as curtain call ends with a thunderous applause, thought to yourself ‘maybe I should be up there,’ then 30 Reasons Not to be in A Play is not  the play for you.

On Nov. 16, 17, and 18, the theatre department will be presenting 30 Reasons Not to be in A Play.

The two-act comedy, written by Alan Haehnel, is full of relatable and hilarious moments that both students and adults will enjoy.

Follow the cast, made up of Theatre 3, 4, and 5 students, as they explain the numerous reasons, from “conjunctivitis” to the “destruction of the entire civilized world” to avoid being in a show at all costs. 30 Reasons Not to be in A Play seeks to persuade the world to never put on a play again (ironic, huh?).

30 Reasons Not to be in A Play will be running from Nov. 16-18 at 7pm in the auditorium. Tickets are $6 for adults, $5 for students and teachers, and $3 for children 12 and under.

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