Hopkins Royal Productions will perform their annual Winter One Acts on Jan. 30, Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 at 7 p.m. in the Hopkins High School Little Theater.
Over 50 Hopkins students will serve in a variety of roles including actors, stage managers, and production crew. Audiences will be entertained with a variety of short plays, comedies and drama that cover a variety of themes and topics.
Performances will include “Relocation” written by Elizabeth Pringle, “Twitch” written by Stephen Gregg, “The Women of Troy” from the classic by Euripides and adapted by David Grote, and “Speed Date” written by Janet Allard.
The performance piece, “Relocation,” was entered for the Minnesota State High School League’s Section 6AA One Act Play Festival on Jan. 22 at Washburn High School.
Royal Productions director Natalie Foster said she is excited to share the pieces with the community at large.
“I’m always excited to present these selections to the community through the hard work and talent of our One Act cast and crews,” Foster said.
Seniors 65 and older: $5
Hopkins Staff and students grades 9-12 with Hopkins school ID: Free
Younger Hopkins students with guardian/adult: Free
Out of district students: $5