Los Alamos High School, once again, showcased its theatrical talents at the The Olions Thespian Club Annual One Acts show.
This year’s performance featured two separate one acts. The first, “Roll the Dice,” was written and directed by LAHS senior Charles Herman.
The performances featured Rosemary Vigil as the narrator and the acting talents of Opale Shapert, Megan Pimentel, Marja Graham and Donald Poston.
The first play consisted of a scene involving poems transformed into narration, followed by an instance of characters placed in specific situations where they step outside of their comfort zone.
The theatrical work provoked thought about controversial moral issues and was entertaining throughout.
The second performance of the night was written and directed by another LAHS senior Ben Reichelt.
Reichelt put together an extremely entertaining play showcasing aspiring actors Emma Martens, Leander Murphy, Lauren Partin, Jack Majure-Barkley, Max Hermann and Daniel Sarrao.
The plot line followed the complicated story of a knife factory, a murder and an escaped convict searching for his coat.
Ending the evening, the cast of both performances came together for a group dance number to the classic hit, “The Time Warp.”