November 4, 2022

One Act Play – District Champions!

God has blessed Cypress Christian School with some talented actors and actresses! The students listed below recently competed in the Division II District 4 One Act Play Competition and ranked first in their district! As district champions, they have qualified for the State One Act Play competition in Kerrville, TX on November 9 & 10.

One Act Play cast:

Jessica Atkins, Avery Connelly, Alli Crawford, Max Duphorne, Sasha Farrington, Gia Granato, Kiran Harper, Rayne Harris, Zeke Hogan, Caiden Kreitz, Kiley Kreitz, Ashley Lopez, David Romero, Aidan Salazar, Annika Sandhu, Ashnah Sandhu, Nicole Santos, Katie Schmitt, Amanda Taylor, Ester Torres-Pinheiro, Ashleigh Townsend, Noah Utley

Students worked diligently as a team and received Superior ratings in the categories of characterization, believability and direction. Students were commended on their ability to work as an ensemble both on and off stage, earning five awards at the competition:

  • All-Star Cast:
    • Noah Utley for his portrayal of Henry Cobb and Congressman Waggoner
    • Jessica Atkins for her portrayal of young Geraldyn Cobb
    • Alli Crawford for her portrayal of Geraldyn Cobb
  • Best Technician is our very own stage manager, Kiley Kreitz
  • Best Actress is Gia Granato for her portrayal of Jackie Cochran

The directors, Marit Broussard and Kiley Harris, would like to thank Mrs. Amber Ward and Mrs. Jessica Mynes for their additional help with coaching and direction of students along this journey. Way to go, Warriors! Let’s bring home a State Championship!

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