Two Yorktown theatre shows in one funny evening and two chances to see them! And they’re free!
YHS Auditorium, March 19th & 20th at 7:00pm
Theatre Arts II Show
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A Comedy in One Act by Ed Monk

A group of actors rehearses a play within a play within a play.  As the plot complications multiply, the actors begin to forget who is playing whom and who is the real director -- as opposed to the actor who is playing the director, or vice versa.  Then they can’t seem to remember who they really are, as opposed to the people they are playing in any of the various scripts. Then things start to get confusing.

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Theatre III Show
AP Theatre

 A Comedy in One Act by Ed Monk

Welcome to the Advance Placement Theatre examination. To demonstrate your knowledge of theater history, you will adapt three classic styles (Bunraku, Greek Theater, and Theater of the Absurd) into short plays dealing with the problems of the modern adolescent.  You have thirty minutes to finish. Your time begins . . . now!

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