PERFORMING COMEDY                                Olivia Corps, Jessica O’Gorman, Katarina Sterk and Faith Fraser perform a scene from All in Timing, a series of short comedies. Summerland Secondary School’s Acting 12 students will stage the play on Friday.                                (Joshua Oggelsby/Summerland Review)

PERFORMING COMEDY Olivia Corps, Jessica O’Gorman, Katarina Sterk and Faith Fraser perform a scene from All in Timing, a series of short comedies. Summerland Secondary School’s Acting 12 students will stage the play on Friday. (Joshua Oggelsby/Summerland Review)

Summerland students to stage series of one-act plays

Acting 12 class will stage All in Timing, by David Ives

The Summerland Secondary School Acting 12 class will be on the high school stage for the last time this weekend.

On Friday, May 31 at 7 p.m. the acting class will stage All in Timing, by David Ives.

This play is special for the students as it is the last time they will perform for the school and also the community.

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All in Timing is a collection of six one-act plays, most of them comedies, written between 1987 and 1993.

“This play is a combination of four years of theatre training and this play is like nothing we have done before,” said Heather Ayris, the acting teacher at the high school.

The acting class is excited about this production as well and they had nothing but great things to say.

“This play will open up a new chapter in our lives, as well we think the audience will sink their teeth into the play and appreciate what we have been working on,” said Jenna Mercer, one of the Acting 12 students.

“It also has an overloading aspect of comedy and we are excited to see the communities reaction,” added Tia Ferlizza.

Admission is by donation and doors will open at 6 p.m.

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