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The Milton Measure

One Act Plays Promise Success

by The Milton Measure on Friday, October 28th, 2011

Milton’s Student Directed One Acts are precisely that: One Act Plays, directed by Milton students. Like a short story for the theater, each play must be under thirty minutes with a cast of five or fewer members. This winter, two plays are in production: In the Absence of Words and Table for Four.
Emilie Trehu (Class I) and Cary Williams (Class I), the respective directors, chose the scripts entirely on their own. “I picked mine because of how entertaining I found it,” says Emilie Trehu of Table of Four. Cary Williams chose the quirky drama In the Absence of Words for the “scary situation in which the strong personality traits in people come out very clearly.”
Applying to direct a one-act is a very involved process. To direct a play, students must choose a published play that interests them. They may look online or in an anthology. The student must then obtain permission to perform the piece, from the person with the rights to the script, before he or she may even apply.
After receiving permission, a prospective director must fill out an application asking various questions: Why does the student want to direct? Why does the student feel he or she would be qualified for the job? Once an application is submitted, the advisor of the student applying must write a brief recommendation on the student’s behalf.
Although the process to become a one act director is not easy, Cary Williams recalled  “how much fun” she had when acting in the One Acts her sophomore year, and shared her desire “to be able to be a part of the One Acts in a new capacity.” After assistant-directing with Mr. Parisi multiple times and assistant-directing a previous One Act, Emily Trehu felt directing her own production would be a great way to finish her Milton career.

The past years’ One Acts have received strong reviews from students, and we are anticipating great shows from Cary and Emily.

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