1. An original one act play written by Cassidy Buenz.

    A play about high school and one girls journey through the turmoil within.

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  2. A 20 minute version of Edward Albee's famous play. Directed and Acted by Homestead High School Theatre Production Seminar students

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  3. Theatre Production Seminar's final play, Duck Variations by David Mamet.
    Directed by Sydneye Olkowski
    Acted by Molly Haugh and Olivia Barrington

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  4. Before the class had even begun, these advanced acting students already had a homework assignment... come with a memorized monologue to the first day of class. This is their presentation.

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  5. The 2014 Theatre Production Seminar Class put on "The Lottery," a play adapted from Shirley Jackson's famous short story. Sydneye Olkwoski, an independent study directing student, directed the One Act play.

    "The Lottery" is a short story by Shirley Jackson, first published in the June 26, 1948 issue of The New Yorker. Written the same month it was published, it is ranked today as "one of the most famous short stories in the history of American literature". It has been described as "a chilling tale of conformity gone mad."

    Response to the story was negative, surprising Jackson and The New Yorker. Readers canceled subscriptions and sent hate mail throughout the summer. The story was banned in the Union of South Africa. Since then, it has been accepted as a classic American short story, subject to critical interpretations and media adaptations, and it has been taught in middle schools and high schools for decades since its publication.

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