Timber Creek’s One-Act Play Advances to Bi-District

After competing in the District UIL One-Act Play Competition, on Saturday, March 10, the one-act play company of Wit by Margret Edson will advance to the bi-district level of competition. They will compete Thursday, March 22 in the Fine Arts Center. Shows begin at 2:30 p.m. and awards are estimated to be given out around 8:00 p.m. Tickets cost $10 and will be good for all the shows.

The other two schools advancing to bi-district that competed on Saturday alongside of Timber Creek’s Wit, is Fossil Ridge High School’s production of Violet Sharp by Samuel French, and Central High School’s production of Golden Boy by Clifford Odets. The alternate show for bi-district is Keller High School for their production of Table.

The list of the schools and the order in which they are competing is as follows:

-Central High School – Golden Boy

– Timber Creek High School – Wit

-Martin High School – The Seagull

-Arlington High School – Peter & The Starcatcher

-Fossil Ridge High School – Violet Sharp

-Lamar High School – Middletown

The judges for the competition will be Perry Crafton, Royal Brantley, and Cindy Sorelle.

Following the performances on Saturday, students a part of their respective companies were given awards for their hard work and performances. The students awarded from Timber Creek were:

-Megan McCormack – Awarded for Best Actress

-Nathaniel Hicks – Awarded for All Star Cast

-Hailey Anders – Awarded for Honorable Mention All Star Cast

-Raegan White – Awarded for Best Technician

Below is the list of the company of Wit by Margret Edson.

  • Stage Manager – Raegan White
  • Tech – Sarah Schreger, Jack Gray, McKinlee Shaw, Brandon Hearell
  • Vivian Bearing, Ph.D. – Megan McCormack
  • Susie Monahan, R.N., B.S.N. – Hailey Anders
  • Jason Posner, M.D. – Nathan Hicks
  • Harvey Kelekian, M.D. – Aaron Frye
  • E.M. Ashford, Ph.D. – Olivia Smith
  • Mr. Bearing/Code Head – Jesse Champion
  • Stundet 1/Code 3 – Braeden De La Garza
  • Code 1 – Kaleigh Smith
  • Tech 1/Fellow 2 – Trevor Shoemaker
  • Tech 3/Code 2 – Zoey Taslimi
  • Fellow 3 – Bailey Collier
  • Fellow 1/Code 4 – Rachel Scherer
  • Student 2 – Sydnee Jones
  • Tech 2 – Maddie Ott
  • Fellow 4 – Elizabeth Carlson
  • Alternate – Karen Sager, Floriana Azemi, Amanda Lastorino, Elizabeth Heffron

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