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Lyman drama competitors ‘break a leg’ at state

Posted: Monday, Dec 10th, 2012


Lyman’s drama group attending state included back (l to r): Cole Twitchell, Sarah Streeter, Kaden Legault, Saxen Walker, Austin Crook, Branden Radosevich, Shad Christopherson, Riley Eyre, Alexis Millet and assistant coach Carol Laughter; middle: Jacob Walker, Daniel Beck, Julia DeSantiago, Ashleigh Humphrey, Justin Brunow, coach Annie Huntsman, Nancy Campbell, Spenser Anson and Hunter Peterson; front: Shelby Mair, Madison Morretti, Beth Campbell, Anne Huntsman and Haley Walk. PIONEER PHOTOS


By HALEY WALK

Pioneer Correspondent

LYMAN – Members of Lyman High School’s drama club compete in the 2012 state drama contest at Central Wyoming College in Riverton last weekend.

The competition hosted drama groups from schools all over the state from every classification. It consisted of both team and individual events and critiques.

This year, the Lyman team had the opportunity to perform in the arena and proscenium categories of team events. For the arena, the set was arranged and the actors performed as if they played to an audience which surrounded them from all angles. This year’s arena involved two characters played by Nancy Campbell and Shelby Mair. Campbell played a woman who was severely sick with cancer, and Mair played her distraught young daughter.

In the proscenium event, which is a short play performed in the regular style, the Eagles took a short cut from the play they performed in the school’s PAC earlier this year, Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible.” Cole Twitchell (John Proctor), Anne Huntsman (Elizabeth Proctor) and Brandon Radosevich (Judge Danforth) received All-State honors for their performance in the proscenium.

“I had a blast,” said Twitchell, a junior. “The competition was fun to watch ,and I’m glad I got to go!”

The Lyman team also had several students participate in individual events, including lighting design, makeup design, original script, costume design, public relations, and monologue and two-person performances. In these events, Haley Walk received two All-State honors and two state champion titles in the two-person original script and the public relations categories.



For the complete article see the 12-07-2012 issue.

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