Salisbury High students to perform two plays
Students at Salisbury High School will perform two plays at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the school’s auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.
• “Skid Marks: A Play about Driving” by Lindsey Price, presented by theatre I students
What to expect: What’s your driving story? When did you get your first car? Did it take more than one try to get your license? Did your dad ever shout, “Do I have to stop the car?”
What does the car mean to you?
The car is freedom. The car is a trap. The car is your dream. The car is held together by duct tape. The car is being pulled over! The car is lost in the parking garage … somewhere … B10 … D27 … D37 … 47 …
What’s your driving story?
• “The Scottish Play” by Mike Willis, presented by advanced theater students
What to expect: “The Scottish Play” is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The play is set on a bare stage where a high school drama group has gathered to work on the set for their upcoming production of Macbeth. The students fall into a trance and begin to act out the Macduff-Macbeth confrontation scene with the witches. With the aid of the stage manager, the student director and Ian, the smartest kid in school, the audience is provided with the details regarding the story of Macbeth.