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Drama Cats Break a Leg During Production of Snow White

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Hannah Morris, Reporter

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The Drama Cats had great success with their production of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” this past week.

The showings were November 17th and 18th, followed by the annual children shows for Wood River and East Elementary on the 20th and 21st.

“It started off pretty interesting,” theater teacher Christi Rodriguez said. “We have a lot of new incoming freshman and sophomores that are still learning.”

Despite all of the practices, theater president Lauren Gonzalez agrees that there are many difficulties that come with producing a play.

“We usually don’t have a lot of time to prepare, and this year was no different,” Gonzalez said. “So we really had to manage our time wisely and learn our parts. Getting all of our lines down was probably the hardest part.”

With the big crowd that attended, many would wonder how the actors cope with nerves.

“We always do our pre-show prayer,” Drama Cat Kristen Garcia  said. “Listening to the crowd while you’re getting ready just reminds you that you are in a play and you’re here to make them laugh.”

As this is the biggest fundraiser of the year, the Drama Cats are excited about what all the money is going towards.

“I would say we made a good $1,700 of this production,” Rodriguez said. “We have never had the biggest budget, so we are going to use every dime made from this play to fund our UIL one act play.”

The UIL one act play is one of the Drama Cats hardest but most anticipated project of the year.

“I am definitely looking forward to this year’s production,” Gonzalez said. “Auditions are in two weeks so I am looking forward to putting a strong team together and maybe some knew faces coming out and giving it ago.”

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My name is Hannah Morris. I am in the ninth grade and write for CHS Wildcatter. I play on the JV volleyball team, as well as the Corpus Christi Force National...

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