The LCM Bear Stage Players have completed their UIL One Act Play Season with success. The group, under the direction of Cory Broom and Caroline Hennigan, tackled a very difficult competition show this year, William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing.”

The team first embarked on Zone Contest, Tuesday April 3 at Lamar – Port Arthur. Individuals receiving awards were as follows: Honorable Mention All-Star Cast – Andrew Borel and Emily Dodd, All-Star Cast – Paul Daleo, Bailey Gilbeaux, and Triston Stringer, Best Actor for the contest was LCM’s Aaron Alford, and the Technical Award went to Kelsey Strother.

The play, with a strong showing, advanced to District Contest on Thursday April 5, again at Lamar – Port Arthur. Individuals receiving awards at that contest were as follows: Honorable Mention All-Star Cast – Bailey Gilbeaux and Triston Stringer, All-Star Cast – Aaron Alford and Kristin Yokum, Technical Award – Drew Frederick. The group was named as the UIL District 20-4A Alternate Play to Area for 2012.

LCM will present the award winning One Act Play as a dinner theater at LCM High School on Friday, April 27. A $15 ticket will cover the meal and the show. Dinner, prepared by LCM Culinary Arts Class, will consist of salad, chicken spaghetti, bread sticks, and dessert and will be served at 6:00 p.m. The play will follow at 7:00 p.m.

Please make reservations for the dinner theater by Wednesday, April 25 by calling 886-5821, extension 1620. Make checks payable to LCM Thespians and mail to LCM High School, 7327 Highway 87 North, Orange TX 77632, c/o Cory Broom.

You may also catch the show on Saturday, April 28 at 7:00 p.m. for $5, at the LCM High School auditorium.