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Lincoln High One Act gets third at state

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The LHS Play Production Team rushes to put the set together, after arriving late due to a transportation mix-up, in preparation for the State One Act competition in Norfolk, Nebraska on Saturday, Dec. 8, 2017.  The team placed third in the Class A-2 division with their rendition of “Skinflints & Scoundrels: Moliere’s The Miser.” Photo courtesy of Joanna Calel.

The LHS Play Production Team rushes to put the set together, after arriving late due to a transportation mix-up, in preparation for the State One Act competition in Norfolk, Nebraska on Saturday, Dec. 8, 2017. The team placed third in the Class A-2 division with their rendition of “Skinflints & Scoundrels: Moliere’s The Miser.” Photo courtesy of Joanna Calel.

The LHS Play Production Team rushes to put the set together, after arriving late due to a transportation mix-up, in preparation for the State One Act competition in Norfolk, Nebraska on Saturday, Dec. 8, 2017. The team placed third in the Class A-2 division with their rendition of “Skinflints & Scoundrels: Moliere’s The Miser.” Photo courtesy of Joanna Calel.

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By Meg Boedeker |LHS News Brief|

At the One Act state competition this past Saturday, Lincoln High’s Play Production Team received third place in the Class A-2 division. The competition was held at the Johnny Carson Theatre at Norfolk High School.

The LHS thespians performed a play called, “Skinflints & Scoundrels; Moliere’s The Miser” and had gotten first in districts previously. The team was led by Stage Manager Katie Brinkman and Assistant Stage Manager, Mae Stokes.

After a few bumps-in-the-road on the way to state involving a transportation mix-up (more information to come), it’s quite an accomplishment.

Congratulations to the all cast and crew involved.

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