After months of hard work and dedication, the Killdeer High School One Act Play team have a successful year in both competition and the community.
By Zak Wellerman
The students practiced for two months after the audition process to get ready for competition on Nov. 9 to go against seven other schools.
The play was titled “Skid Marks: A Play About Driving,” which depicts the different situations of driving, such as traffic, road rage and getting a driver’s license.
Kaleb Eberline, Curtis Jacobson and Erin McFadden received honorable mentions and Steven Westarp received a superior acting award, Drama Program Coach Nancy Reinhardt said.
“The students did very well and worked very hard. Our drama team ended up in a tie for 3rd. Which I couldn’t be prouder of them. Many of the students this year it is their first time in the Drama Program, with the time and effort that they put in they have come along way and grown as actors,” Reinhardt said. “I can’t wait to see what the future brings them.”
The student also held their second annual dinner theater on Nov. 19 for the community.
“They worked hard to help prepare the food and serve to our wonderful guests in attendance,” The kids had one of their best performances yet. It makes me super excited to see what’s in store for us next year.”