The Geneva High School Drama club will have the rare opportunity to present a third show this school year.
Thanks to a federal grant, the Drama Club will present Talking With… by Jane Martin on Friday and Saturday April 21st and 22nd at 7:30 pm and April 23rd at 2:00 on the stage at Geneva Middle School. The play’s director, Steve Duprey, has created a small blackbox theatre on the stage where both actors and audience will be. “It’s a very intimate show and it deserves an intimate space,” said Duprey.
Talking with… is a monologue show featuring nine short pieces of varying content and intensity ranging from funny and irreverent to serious touching. “It’s been a wonderful opportunity for these five young actors to take some time exploring the ins and outs of these quirky characters,” said Duprey. “They’ve had a chance to go deeper, which is what the craft of acting is all about.” Duprey’s hope is that the community will come out and support this small cast and honor the work done by these dedicated young actors.
Onstage for the production will be Gabby Hamblin (senior), Lincoln Champlin (junior), Loretta Norwalk and Jay Andruski (sophomores), and Malcolm King (freshman). Senior Jack Teneyck-Johnson is the stage manager. Tickets are $10.00 for adults and $8.00 for students and can be purchased at the door.
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