CCS’s one-act play placed sixth at SPVA on Monday for their rendition of “Law & Order: Fairy Tale Unit.” The cast includes, front from left, Valerie Dietz, Chloe Dillan, Delaney Krutsinger, Keenan Cole, Arturo Miscles, Courtney Odens, Halle Fiedler, Braden Space, Kobe Maris, Jordan Jablonski, Kendra Burke, Kamrie Dillan, middle from left, Yubia Ramirez, Adriana Gonzalez, Virginia Kimble, Tegan Towns, Jorja Dana, Kheren Guillen, MacKenzie Soltis, Landis Beverly, Olivia Hiykel, Morgan Peterson, Chloe Soltis, back from left, Trevor Peterson, Brooklyn Christensen, Parker Dillan, Sydnie Allen, Sadie Peterson, Joan Frias, Nike Smith, Nathaniel Rau, Emmitt Zuege, David Weiss and Nickolas Rau. Not pictured— Shelby Baird. (Courtesy photo)

CCS one-act places sixth at SPVA

    Chase County Schools’ one-act play placed sixth at the SPVA Conference contest on Monday.
    They will be competing at districts in Bridgeport on Tuesday. Other schools at the C1-6 competition will include Kimball, Hemingford, Hershey, Ainsworth, Valentine, Bridgeport and Bayard.
    This year, CCS is performing “Law & Order: Fairy Tale Unit” by Jonathan Rand and is directed by CCS teacher Shasta Hilker.
    The play is a spoof of the popular TV show “Law & Order,” with the description of the play following the intro of the TV show, “In the fairy tale criminal justice system, the characters from fairy tales and nursery rhymes are represented by two separate yet equally ridiculous groups: the fairy tale police who investigate fairy tale crime, and the fairy tale district attorneys who prosecute the fairy tale offenders. These are their stories.”

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