The Treaty

Emotional Plays Highlight The Night of One Acts

In the center stands Jennie Touchton, sophomore, who played Jo. She is surrounded by her emotions, in what started as a party, as the separate sides try to convince her whether or not to commit suicide. Chavito Allen, who played hope, is missing from the scene.
January 14, 2020

On January 10 and 11 Kempsville’s Drama Club put on their annual Night of One Acts, presenting “I Hate Love,” “Serial Killer Barbie” and “The Message.” Two of the plays performed, “I Hate...

“The Importance of Being Earnest” is a Memorable Performance

“The Importance of Being Earnest” is a Memorable Performance
November 21, 2019

“The Importance of Being Earnest” was a change for the KHS Drama Club; rather than the modern act of “subText” performed last year, or the well known “Little Women,” “The Importance of Being...

Drama Concludes the Season with ‘Little Women’

Actors from Jo's drama are front and center, with Clarissa, played by Noelle Smallman at center stage. Jo, played by junior Paxton Coley, stands behind him and Ms. Kirk, played by sophomore Sarah
April 1, 2019

On Friday, March 29, 2019,  KHS drama department presented their last performance of the 2018-2019 school year with the musical ‘Little Women.’ Unlike their past performances this year, which all...

“Two Small Fries to Go” Kempsville One Acts 2019

“Two Small Fries to Go” Kempsville One Acts 2019
January 24, 2019

Two Small Fries to Go is a dramatic one act that focuses on teens in the ‘80s who pose the question, “What is love?”   The show has a cast of eight and focuses on four very different stories....

Actors Take the Stage in “You Can’t Take It with You!”

Actors Take the Stage in
November 28, 2017

A playful, teasing woman named Essie dances clumsily a few feet to the tune of Beethoven (which her husband, Ed, had proudly declared was a sound of his own creation), as her mother Penny sat nearby, chattering...

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