Winfield school play
The Winfield High School Drama Club presents its spring play March 15 and 16 at 7 p.m. at the Winfield Intermediate School. Pictured above are the cast members.
“We are doing a “double-bill” – two one-act plays with a 15 minute intermission,” said Justin Margadonna, communication arts director. The first play is Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart” – dramatized by Luella E. McMahon. It is the classic scary story of a man who is on the brink of insanity. He dislikes an old man’s eye, which causes a murderous act to ensue! The second play of the evening is titled “Promageddon,” a comedy written by Dan Dietz. “I like to call this a modern version of the 1980’s film “The Breakfast Club,” said Margadonna, however; the story takes place on prom night, which also happens to be the night the world ends! Five students are trapped in a basement where they all learn secrets about each other. I am extremely proud of my cast and crew. We have been rehearsing since the fall. Our sets (for both plays) have been completely designed by senior Abby Johnson.