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March 17, 2021

Dan Stevens

Director Joey Davis comes out on stage following the performance to recognize the graduating seniors from his program.

Ever since the Covid pandemic shut down everything, theatrical performances at schools were shut down. But last weekend, Orangeville High School was the first to "raise the curtain" on the stage with a production of "The Show Must Go On."

Basically, it was like watching an actors workshop – or as the Director Joey Davis called it – Black Box Theater. There was no set – just a black background. No Props. No Costumes – just actors dressed in black. Because the entire focus of the performance was on their respective performances – or characterizations. A collection of 18 different t...



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