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List Of University Interscholastic League Events - Academic Events - High School - Competition Format
... where advancement is directly from district to state, and in One-Act Play, where advancement is from district to area to region to state ... more competing schools may subdivide into zones and hold One-Act Play competitions in each zone in order to select schools to advance to the district level ... Except for Cross-Examination Team Debate and One-Act Play, the top three individuals and all members of the first place team (for events with team components) are certified to ...
Lovers (play) - Losers
... Losers is a play about two older lovers, Hanna and Andy, who are trying to make a relationship while having Hanna's mother, Mrs Wilson, and Cissy ... Towards the end of the play Andy comes home drunk and taunts Mrs Wilson and Andy that they're "Heads a marly" - a reference to the Saint Philomena whom Mrs ... frowned upon at the time - making them the Losers of the play ...
Marcel Van Maele - Bibliography
... kannibaal (1961) Ademgespleten (1962) Het manuscript (one act play, 1962) Zwarte gedichten (1963) De Bunker (one act play, 1963) Medgar Evers te Jackson vermoord (1964) De ...
Taft High School (Texas) - Academic Competitions - Theater
... The school plays host to an active drama team which holds an annual talent show and participates in one act play competition ... to be part of the 2006 All-State one-act play crew ... Year Show Type Play/Show Highest Level of Advancement Director Acting Honors 2001-2002 One Act Play Amber Waves District Alternate Nora Moreno-Jarrell All Start Cast ...
The Sodbury Players
... have also premièred several original works including the three act play Booze, Bungee and Blackleg by Steve Mercer and The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir ... In addition to this, they enter a one act play into the All England One Act Play Festival each year which starts in February ...

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