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Shrewsbury students perform in one-act plays

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Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury High School (SHS) students Rosanna Cruz (seated), Tatiana Carou and Eric Maxwell spend time in hair and make-up with parent volunteers Judy Waldbillig (left) and Adriana Carou (second from right) as they prepare for the SHS Music and Drama Department's Fall One-Act Plays.

"Dress Rehearsal for Murder" was performed by freshman and sophomore students and was directed by Bonnie Narcisi-Gorey, with the assistance of student directors Scott Caron and Maggie Monahan. "The Long Christmas Dinner" was performed by juniors and seniors and was directed by Martha Deering, with assistance of student director Erica Sanders.

Performances were held Nov. 15 through 17.

Left: Members of the stage crew, (l to r) Brian Osborn, Nick DeGraan-Weber, Amanda LeBoeuf, Darcy DelDotto, Jen Crosier (assistant stage manager), Mary Miller, (front) Greg Chin and Jennie Rodriguez (stage manager), take a moment during last-minute preparations for the plays. Left: Members of the stage crew, (l to r) Brian Osborn, Nick DeGraan-Weber, Amanda LeBoeuf, Darcy DelDotto, Jen Crosier (assistant stage manager), Mary Miller, (front) Greg Chin and Jennie Rodriguez (stage manager), take a moment during last-minute preparations for the plays.

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