Spring play departs from the norm
by Morgan Weath
January 31, 2012
This year’s spring play is a bit different from the norm of second semester performances at MHS.
by Morgan Weatherley
Blue Jay Chatter
The spring play, “The Bald Soprano,” is difficult to describe because as director, Greg Holtschneider said, “It’s not your normal play.”
This particular play is based on the idea of “absurdism” which is basically, senselessness.
The fact that this play doesn’t have a plot isn’t the only thing making it different from the status quo in theatre, because this performance is only a single act, the other act will consist of student performances.
“It’s a lot of fun,” first time MHS actor, senior Taylor Presson, “everyone here is awesome.” Presson acts as Mr. Smith husband to Mrs. Smith played by Maecy Hoffman. Hoffman agrees with Presson on how fun this play is.
“It’s a very different environment,” Hoffman said of what will be her eighth MHS production.
Come see the why “The Bald Soprano” is categorized as plot-less on Feb. 23, 24, and 25. Tickets are on sale now at the MHS box office.