Monday, October 26, 2015

Talented High School Thespians

On Friday evening, the Husband and I enjoyed watching No Signs of Intelligent Life, a comedy performed by the San Benito High School Drama 3 class at the Baler auditorium.

The play was about extraterrestrials from the far distant planet of Gilroy pretending to be humans so as to study them more closely. The space aliens are hilariously confused and dumbfounded with the ways of the humans as they relate to them in such situations as gossiping around the workplace water cooler, substitute teaching, dating, survival camping, and purchasing a fast food hamburger.

The young men and women totally delivered the funny. Their passion and joy for the craft of acting was so infectious that I wanted to suddenly audition for a play.

The drama department has several other performances scheduled for the rest of the year. No doubt, they'll be as entertaining as the one we saw.
  • November 13: ComedySportz (competitive improvisational comedy)
  • January 15: ComedySportz
  • March 17, 18, 19, 24, and 25: Thoroughly Modern Millie (musical)
  • April 8: Variety Show/Faculty Follies
  • April 22: ComedySportz
  • May 12 and 13: Student-directed One-Act Festival

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