Urinetown

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Urinetown

Dram students rehearsing their lines

Dram students rehearsing their lines

Dram students rehearsing their lines

Dram students rehearsing their lines

Our drama students are working on a play for all students at Oak Hills High School to enjoy! The play they are practicing is called Urine Town. Urine Town takes place in a town that has been in a drought for 20 years, so water is very limited. Because of this, they are limited to the amount of water they can use, and once they exceed the limit, they will be sent to Urine Town.

We practice every day after school for about two hours a day,” said Preston Smith, a sophomore drama student who has also been in festival competitions, “We also have to come to the school on weekends. We run our lines, fix our blocking, and sing our songs.” Many drama students, before a performance, get nervous, but “once we get out there, we all have so much fun, and we are all happy!”said Preston.

So, everyone check out UrineTown performed by your Bulldog Actors and Actresses! (The date is still to be determined)

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