Studio One Acts: Photo Essay

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Shruthi Ravichandran

Senior Allie Crawford (right), the director for the one act “The Philadelphia”, instructs junior Luke Vreeman (left) on how to better portray his character as Muriel Schafer (back) watches on during the rehearsal. “The Philadelphia” is an act set in a New York diner about a man who is stuck in a kind of “opposite day” where everything he asks for, he gets the opposite of. In it, Vreeman plays Mark, the man stuck in this dilemma, and Schafer plays the waitress, Sharon.

Shruthi Ravichandran

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