TVHS prepares to host the Vermont Drama Regional One Act Festival
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Photos of students rehearsing and working on props and the stage preparing to host the one act festival.
Photos of students rehearsing and working on props and the stage preparing to host the one act festival.
WILMINGTON- Twin Valley High School is preparing to host, for the first time ever, the Vermont Drama Regional One Act Festival on Saturday, March 8. Twin Valley Drama and Thespian Society will perform, along with four other schools, in this one act festival. TVHS has been involved in Vermont Festivals, going to other host sites for eight years, and now it is hosting. This festival, one of five throughout Vermont over the next three weekends, is a chance for many high schools to gather and perform their one act plays in under 60 minutes. Throughout the day students will engage in workshops to learn and have fun while meeting students from all over the state. At the end of the day, the two shows that the directors think are the most deserving will move on to the Vermont State Drama Festival.

At the Vermont State Festival, being hosted at Otter Valley High School, two shows will be chosen to represent the best drama, for this year, to the New England Drama Festival which Vermont is hosting this year at St. Johnsbury Academy.

The other schools participating in the regional festival are Mount Anthony Union High School, Fair Haven High School, Hazen High School, and Hartford High School.

There is open seating available for the public to come and see the performances. Shows will be presented in three blocks. Fair Haven and Mount Anthony will be performing from 12:45 to 2:45 pm, Twin Valley and Hazen will be performing from 4:15 to 6:15 pm, and Hartford will be performing from 8 to 9 pm. Admission is $5 for adults and $4 for seniors or students, per block.

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