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The Crookston High School Theatre Department will, once again, be participating in the Minnesota State One Act Play Competition. This year's entry, "Jane Eyre: Life at Lowood," tells the tale of one of classic literature's greatest-known and most-adored heroines. Within a time limit of 35 minutes, the group of high school students will construe and portray through different scenes Ms. Eyre's difficult childhood, from growing up an orphan with her repugnant aunt and nasty cousins, to being sent to a harsh boarding school with an arrogant headmaster, to growing up and realizing her true calling in life.The same piece will also be performed in Hinckley,MN:
The cast and crew of Jane Eyre, led by director Beth Carlson, will hold a public performance of their contest piece on Monday, Jan. 27, at 7:30 p.m. in the Crookston High School Auditorium. Admission is a free-will offering. (Torrie Greer (who also plays Jane Eyre in the production) in Crookston Times)
February 1, 2014~February 8, 2014
Hinckley-Finlayson High School
PO Box 308
Hinckley , MN , 55037 US