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One-Act Takes Two at Kearney

Play production team makes history at first competition

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One-Act Takes Two at Kearney

The competitive play production team poses for a picture after their first win in Kearney on Saturday.

The competitive play production team poses for a picture after their first win in Kearney on Saturday.

Photo by @ballerspeechers/Twitter

The competitive play production team poses for a picture after their first win in Kearney on Saturday.

Photo by @ballerspeechers/Twitter

Photo by @ballerspeechers/Twitter

The competitive play production team poses for a picture after their first win in Kearney on Saturday.

Natalie Pearson, Entertainment Editor

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For the first time in school history, Skutt Catholic has placed at a One-Act invitational. On Saturday, November 17, the competitive theatre team traveled to Kearney for the Kearney High Competition. It was their first competition of the season. The group ultimately took home second place.

This year’s production is titled “Elephant’s Graveyard,” and is the true tale of the tragedy between a traveling circus and a small town in 1916, which resulted in the only known lynching of an elephant. According to the playwright, George Brant, the play “combines historical fact and legend, and explores the deep-seated American craving for spectacle, violence and revenge.”

“I thought it was really cool to have placed so well at a competition,” said cast member and junior Abby Pearson. “Especially when this is our first competition and we literally made school history. I’m so excited to see where we go in the future.”

The one-act’s next competition is Tuesday, November 20th at the Lincoln High Festival at 4:30 p.m. The event is hosted all day and admission is free of charge.

Natalie Pearson

Natalie became a member of the Flightline in August of 2017. She is a junior this year, involved in band. Outside of school, she enjoys watching movies and playing video games. You can email her at [email protected]

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