The Warsaw Community High School Theatre Department will present An Evening of One-Act plays Friday at 6:30 p.m. in the WCHS Performing Arts Center auditorium.
These eight plays are directed by juniors and seniors in the Theatre Department and the 50-plus students involved are letting their talents shine, according to a news release from Warsaw Community Schools. This will be “an extremely enjoyable evening with plays about The Mystery Gang, a fly in someone’s soup, first dates gone wrong, a murder mystery, a different perspective, a football star on stage and finding out who stole the principal’s toupe,” the release states.
Tickets are $8 each and may be purchased by calling the Warsaw PAC box office at 574-371-5037 or at the door the night of the performances.
The WCHS Children’s Theatre Class presents “Snow White” on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the WCHS PAC auditorium.
The witch was the fairest one of all first, and she will not be silenced any longer! This updated version of the classic story unveils the villain’s perspective, from her tragic childhood to her quest for revenge. So how did the story really go? Join all seven quirky dwarves, a tongue-tied prince, a sassy mirror, a dancing chicken, and, of course, Snow White, in a tale about beauty, friendship and happily-ever-afters with a twist.
Tickets are a food donation for the WCHS Student Pantry or monetary donations. Seating is general admission.