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Students rehearse for the upcoming spring play, A Murder is Announced.

Students rehearse for the upcoming spring play, A Murder is Announced.

Students rehearse for the upcoming spring play, A Murder is Announced.

Emma Browning, Staff Writer

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Since it’s been two and a half years since KCC has had a play, dozens of students lined up to audition for the upcoming spring play in April. Both upperclassmen and lowerclassmen gave the audition their best shot, hoping to get a part in the upcoming play, A Murder is Announced.

“It’s been almost two and a half years since we’ve done a play instead of a musical,” theatre director Brian Miller said. “We get to work more on the acting aspect. This is the first time we’ve done an Agatha Christie [play]; the plot twists are crazy. Nobody knows who done it.”

Now that the cast has been decided and rehearsals are in full swing, students are anticipating the play and waiting to see how it all unfolds.

“I’m most excited to try something new and get to know some different people,” sophomore Chase Hill said.

Quite a few actors in the play are in 9th and 10th grade and are excited for this new opportunity. They have a lot of pressure on them, and get their relief from pressure by talking with people and making new friendships. The cast has many things they are looking forward to.

“I’m excited for everything,” sophomore Jenna Bickelhaupt said. “If I had to pick the most [exciting thing], then [it would be] surprising everyone with all the plot twists in the show and getting to delve into my character.”

There are not many characters in the story, allowing there to be more focus on how the characters act around others and how they change throughout the story.

“I really like the story,” Freshman Aria Gatchell said. “And I like how none of the characters are actually who they say they are.”

Many of the cast members love the plot and the way the play unfolds, revealing all the twists and spins. Murder mysteries captivate the audience and make them think the play through and how they think everything happened.

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