Sulphur Bluff High School drama students’ performance of the Nicholas Udall comedy “Ralph Roister-Doister” earned high enough marks for the play to advance to the next level of One-Act Play competition. Five students also earned individual recognition for their efforts.
The “Ralph Roister-Doister” is often credited as the first English comedy, and the One-Act Play for schools is condensed from the five act book. The Sulphur Bluff students competed at the Zone One-Act Play contest held two weeks ago. Only two plays advance from the zone contest. Sulphur Bluff’s performance of “Roister Doister” ensured they are one of the two selected to advance to the District One-Act Play contest this Wednesday.
Cindy Graham, SB theater arts teacher and One-Act Play director, said she expected the students to do well in their performance at Zone competition last week, and they did.
One student also came home with a Best Actor award, three were named as All-Star Cast members and one crew member also was recognized. Sulphur Bluff student Casey Gore was lauded as a Best Actor. Erin Zeringue, Cheynne Bryant and Sarah Williams earned All-Star Cast honors. Crew member Raney Cortez was given a Lighting Award.
Also among the cast that advanced SB to district competition are Lexi Earley, Dustin Foster, Darron Foster, Landon Dorner, Meagan Coberley, Cody Vance and Brian Sauers. Additional crew members whose efforts backstage and behind the scenes who also made it possible for the play to advance included Dylan DiDonato, Katelyn McDonald and Shelby Williams.
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