One Act performs for third annual triangular

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One Act performs for third annual triangular

Inga (senior Kaylin Niewohner) criticizes Roger the plumber (junior Laythen Streit) on his wardrobe.

Inga (senior Kaylin Niewohner) criticizes Roger the plumber (junior Laythen Streit) on his wardrobe.

Kristal Svehla

Inga (senior Kaylin Niewohner) criticizes Roger the plumber (junior Laythen Streit) on his wardrobe.

Kristal Svehla

Kristal Svehla

Inga (senior Kaylin Niewohner) criticizes Roger the plumber (junior Laythen Streit) on his wardrobe.

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SSCS hosted its third annual one act triangular last week on Nov. 1. However, the triangular was changed to a dual against Pender because Clarkson was unable to attend for various reasons.

Held in the gym in the elementary building, the event started at 4:30 with SSCS performing first. They performed “Feed the Whales: The Saga of the Boy Band Oreo” by Don Zolidis. The play is about a tour promoter trying to create a boy band but runs into the problem where there aren’t enough boys in the county. Scrambling to get the band together, he recruits a plumber, a girl wearing a fake goatee, a son of a boy band cast-off and an escaped mental patient who may or may not be a cannibal — all just in time for their first performance.

Pender performed “Anybody for Tea”. It was about old ladies committing murder to get the attractive, young detective over for tea.

One Act will compete and perform their play again on Nov. 13 for EHC at Leigh Nov. and Nov 27 for districts @ Humphrey St Francis. However, community members may watch One Act’s performance on Nov. 19at the Winter Kick Off, which will start at 6 p.m.