WHHS Fall Production To Be Performed Virtually

WHHS Fall Production To Be Performed Virtually

By Eunice Chi and Gianna Montalbano

The Wayne Hills Theatre Workshop recently announced that their fall production, Halloween Trilogy, will now be performed virtually and recorded so that those interested can view it any time after next weekend.

The play will be recorded and live streamed at Wayne Hills TV, and will be available on Youtube. This retelling of three 19th century stories- “The Cask of Amontillado,” “The Mark of the Beast.” and “The Canterville Ghost”is set to be performed as a radio play and shown virtually for the audience. 

“You’ll have two opportunities to see our spooky play on the first weekend in December,” says junior Maya Lozea.

Social distancing will be practiced by cast members and masks will be worn, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for all involved, cast members said.  

“Even though we’re not going to be able to physically see our friends and family in the audience, I’m still grateful that we get to perform a show at all. In the spring the musical was canceled so we didn’t get to show off our hard work to anyone, but with a virtual performance people can still see all the effort we put into this show and we still get to do what we love with our friends. I hope lots of people watch the show when it is streamed to support our program so that hopefully we can do another musical in the spring!” comments sophomore and cast member Amy Hecht.

Although the change is new, a virtual play is even more accessible for the audience- making it easy for friends and family to show support for the theatre program and experience the exciting production.