The Arts

Photos from the Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival

Every year, The Bush School holds an Upper School Student One-Act Play Festival, where advanced drama students choose a short play and direct their fellow students. This production is completely student-run and shows the talent and dedication of the seniors involved in the drama program.

This year the plays range from classics to brave new works that challenge the idea of how far theater can go. It’s a night of poetry, tragedy, humor, love and information. You really don’t want to miss what our students have created.
Thursday, April 26
Friday, April 27
Saturday, April 28
All shows at 7:00 p.m. in Benaroya Theater
Recommended for ages 14 and up.
For reservations, please click here

Come support your drama students and see six amazing short plays!
The Plays:
The Man Who Couldn’t Dance
by Jason Katims, Directed by Saffron Hefta-Gaub ’18

The Monkey’s Paw
by Louis N. Parker, Directed by Jackson Kutz ’18

Variations on the Death of Trotsky
by David Ives, Directed by Noah Medina ’18

by Dawson Moore, Directed by Harrison Lurie ’18

Double Take
by Kate Chopin, Directed by Sam Ephron ’18

Love & Information
by Caryl Churchill, Directed by Willa Barnett ’18