MHS Theatre Presents Love/Sick: An Exploration of Romantic Love in Many Forms, January 30-February 1

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Middleton High School Theatre’s winter season is about to begin, featuring the full length play Love/Sick on January 30 and 31, and February 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the Middleton Performing Arts Center.  Through nine different stores, the various stages of love are represented in each scene. 

 

A unique aspect of the production is that the nine stories told in the play were each directed by a different student director.  MHS Theatre Director Katrina Williams Brunner served in the role of producer, ensuring a seamless story. Williams Brunner has been impressed with the way the students embraced working through the entire creative process from casting, rehearsing, and making technical and artistic decisions.

 

The student directors include seniors Josiah Dyer and Julian Engle, juniors Julia Connell, Kayley Hellenbrand, Anezka Helmers, Aberdeen Kurka, and Torii Snortum Haney, and sophomores Evelyn Anderson and Darshi Balaji. The set was designed by PAC Director Zane Enloe.   

 

Tickets are $10 for adults, and $8 for students and seniors, and are available at the door or in advance at mhswi.booktix.com.