This fall the Drama department will be putting on their sixth play since starting back up four years ago. Auditions took place Sept. 19 and 20 in the evening in the high school auditorium, with a total of about 20 students signed up and 14 spots available.
“I was nervous even though it was my second time trying out because this play has fewer parts available,” sophomore Averie Stull said.
The students that made it were seniors Annette Berntsen, Jaden Herndon, Taylor Schulte, Brady Soliman, Amy Zoglmann and Neal Zoglmann; juniors Owen Balman, Dakota Beck, Molly Bender and Rylie Thompson; and sophomores Jacob Allmond, Allyson Lange, Stull and Emma Zoglmann.
There was a good mix of new and returning people trying out this year.
“I worked in the booth for Audio and Video for the play, and now I want to be on stage,” Herndon said.
Last year’s spring play “The Life and Times of Princess Sophia” had a lot of small parts for first timers to get a feel of how it is, so this year several tried out for bigger parts.
“I am excited to show my silly side and really show who I am,” Beck said.