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KINGSWAY THEATER NEEDS YOU!

Kingsway theater needs you!
An Open Invitation to the KRSD Community!

To All who have a passion to perform on or behind the stage, the Kingsway Regional HS Theater Department cordially invites to attend two readings of the 2019 Play entitled 120 Seconds written & directed by KRHS faculty member, Andrew Young.

Readings are set for July 25th & Aug 16th, 2019 at 12 noon to 3:30pm in the Eitel Theater. Any students interested in the production in the capacity of either crew or cast, are welcome to attend, particularly incoming Freshmen.

Due to summer schedules, students can attend one or both readings. Though attendance is not mandatory to audition, hopefuls are advised to learn as much about the upcoming play as possible.

SYNOPSIS OF 120 Seconds:  Set in a major American city, 120 Seconds examines a national health care system in crisis through the eyes of Doctor Rebecca Sanford who has taken over as head of Memorial Hospital’s trauma center. The city’s last public hospital is plagued by overcrowding, under funding and long hours, factors that contribute to an atmosphere of chaos which leads to a tragedy when a critically injured patient is overlooked and dies. A cover-up ensues until Dr. Sanford realizes that she faces a choice:  Fight to retain her humanity in this brutal, unrelenting environment or become numbed by its brutality to the point of dehumanization.

Aside from the readings, attendees can participate in theater games, ensemble building, singing, and dancing.

Information regarding auditions will be distributed at the readings.

For fun, singers are urged to learn and be ready to perform the following songs: What’s Up by 4 Non-Blondes & Way Down We Go by Kaleo

To confirm attendance or if you desire additional information, please contact Mr. Andrew Young, Director (younga@krsd.org).

Also, to receive updates about the Play, please see the Remind registration information on this site.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Click here for the Remind information