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Undead Dilemma: Character Ben, of “Night of the Living Dead,” played by sophomore Maya Depies, struggles beneath the grasp of zombie, played by sophomore Cailyn Durbin, during a run-through of the winter play. Actors later performed this frightening scene live Friday, Dec. 8.

A dead-icated performance

Kaitlyn Jiang, co-a&e editor
December 22, 2023

South’s winter play, a chilling adaptation of the 1968 film Night of the Living Dead, took center stage in the Drama Dance Room earlier this month with a blend of seasoned and novice theater members,...

Winter play steals the show

Winter play steals the show

Jessica An and Asma Ghomrawi
December 16, 2022

Reservoir Dogs, this year’s winter play, was performed in the drama and dance room on Dec. 8 and Dec. 9, John Cowlin, Winter Play Director and English Teacher, said. The play is based on the 1992 film...

“Don’t you forget” about the winter play

Hannah Kahhat, staff writer
December 17, 2021

The nostalgic 80’s feeling lingered in the air as the cast of South’s winter play, The Breakfast Club, rehearsed for their performance. The library, where the play was held, was anything but quiet...

South’s winter play provides fresh spin on Goldilocks and the Three Bears plot

Eliz Akgun, staff reporter
December 15, 2016

For most, the title Goldilocks and the Three Bears brings to mind dusty memories of a childhood full of fantasy and magical prospects. However, this year’s audience of South’s winter play, Goldilocks,...

Winter play creates new experiences

Megan Sheqiladze and Kiersten Teresi, staff reporters
February 18, 2015

Searching for a new identity, dealing with undesired situations, and dealing with a crazy family are but a few of the themes that make up this year’s winter plays: Identity Crisis and Actor’s...

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