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PCHS Players compete

The PCHS Players will host the Region IV One-Act Festival on Saturday, Nov. 15.
The first show will begin at 9:30 a.m., with three shows performed in the morning and three in the afternoon.
This year, participating schools include Blacksburg High, Graham High, Magna Visa High, Marion Senior High, Pulaski County High, and Tunstall High. Each participating school was either the winner or runner-up in their district.
Shows, in performing order, for the day are:
•9:30 a.m., “Saturday Matinee,”
•10:15 a.m., “It’s All Greek to Me,”
•11 a.m., “American Tall Tales,”
•1 p.m., “The Three Words She Hates,”
•1:45 p.m., “Kaleidescope,” and
•2:30 p.m., “Property Rites.
Show times were determined by a blind drawing by the region’s activities directors. Shows are presented anonymously to the judges so that there will be no perceived favoritism for schools.
There will be more than 100 participating students in Saturday’s competition, and the performances are free and open to the public.
Awards will be presented at approximately 5 p.m.
The top two shows of the day will continue to the state competition, which will be held at the Martin Luther King Performing Arts Center in Charlottesville on Dec. 1.
Judges for Saturday’s competition will be: Skip Maiden, retired theatre educator from Fairfax County Schools; Josh Galligan, professional actor and graduate student at VCU; Mary Best Bova, associate director of the new professional children’s theatre in Roanoke; and Lucinda McDermott-Piro, professional writer, director, actress, and adjunct faculty member at Radford University
The PCHS Players will present a public viewing of their original one-act this evening at 7:30 p.m. in the Little Theatre at PCHS at the end of parent-teacher conferences.
Admission is by donation to help with the costs of hosting the festival on Saturday.

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PCHS Players compete

The PCHS Players will host the Region IV One-Act Festival on Saturday, Nov. 15.
The first show will begin at 9:30 a.m., with three shows performed in the morning and three in the afternoon.
This year, participating schools include Blacksburg High, Graham High, Magna Visa High, Marion Senior High, Pulaski County High, and Tunstall High. Each participating school was either the winner or runner-up in their district.
Shows, in performing order, for the day are:
•9:30 a.m., “Saturday Matinee,”
•10:15 a.m., “It’s All Greek to Me,”
•11 a.m., “American Tall Tales,”
•1 p.m., “The Three Words She Hates,”
•1:45 p.m., “Kaleidescope,” and
•2:30 p.m., “Property Rites.
Show times were determined by a blind drawing by the region’s activities directors. Shows are presented anonymously to the judges so that there will be no perceived favoritism for schools.
There will be more than 100 participating students in Saturday’s competition, and the performances are free and open to the public.
Awards will be presented at approximately 5 p.m.
The top two shows of the day will continue to the state competition, which will be held at the Martin Luther King Performing Arts Center in Charlottesville on Dec. 1.
Judges for Saturday’s competition will be: Skip Maiden, retired theatre educator from Fairfax County Schools; Josh Galligan, professional actor and graduate student at VCU; Mary Best Bova, associate director of the new professional children’s theatre in Roanoke; and Lucinda McDermott-Piro, professional writer, director, actress, and adjunct faculty member at Radford University
The PCHS Players will present a public viewing of their original one-act this evening at 7:30 p.m. in the Little Theatre at PCHS at the end of parent-teacher conferences.
Admission is by donation to help with the costs of hosting the festival on Saturday.

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