Chemical Imbalance entertains

Kendall Garcia
“While performing, I feel alive in a sense. It warms my heart knowing that everyone in the crowd paid to come see me, so it gives me a rush of energy to perform my absolute best," Addison Kanke, sophomore, said. Kanke as Rosamunda Dewthistle (left) and Juan Padron, senior, as Mr.Hyde (right) gave a humorous performances while conversing over tea and biscuits.

Sierra Rickerson, Staff Reporter

JV players put on an amazing horror/comedy performance in the reprise of Chemical Imbalance, A Jekyll & Hyde play.

They displayed abstractness through their costume changes, dramatic light changes, and a variety of props made by the members of our technical theatre. The play ran which October 25-27 showed the actors ability to give better and improved performance each time.

“The play was entertaining and enticing, and not just the audience, but the actors as well,” Ka’Lynn Childress, director of Chemical Imbalance, said.

The total entertainment was shown through the audience’s laughter and the uproar of applauding when the play ended.