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Fine Arts Department presents student-led One-Act Plays

The plays will take place April 10

Teghan Simonton Apr 8, 2019

The Waynesburg University Players will present two One-Act Plays, written and produced by students, Wednesday, April 10, at 8 p.m. in the Goodwin Performing Arts Center. Admission is free, and the public is cordially invited to attend.

This semester, plays will be produced by senior English literature major Rachael Crosbie and junior sociology major Tre’ Thomas. Both students have directed One Act Plays before, and both of their plots revolve around “broken relationships with the hope of mending them,” said Edward L. Powers, professor of theatre.

Powers said he is looking forward to watching Crosbie and Thomas expand their skills in theatre arts, having workshopped and developed their own scripts for production.

“I enjoy seeing the students take on a different aspect of theatre, that of being director,” Powers said. “It’s nice for our student-actors to see their peers in a leadership capacity as well. And it is always exciting to show our audiences a different theatrical format.”

To learn more about this semester’s One Act Plays, contact Powers at