HHS theater to perform 'Nothing Serious'
Hastings High School Students will perform Nothing Serious, a comedy by Rich Orloff, Feb. 16 and 17 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 18 at 2 p.m. in the HHS auditorium.
The play is a collection of nine short plays. Janelle Ranek, play director, said the stories span from the very realistic to the quirky, but all of them have a poignant message. Each story pinpoints moments in everyday life and amplify them which draws the audience in.
"This collection of moments, which may seem like nothing serious; but after closer inspection, we will see something more, something more serious," Ranek said.
General admission tickets will be sold at the door. The cost of tickets for adults will be $5 and tickets for students/seniors will be $3.
Zack Anderson, Ed and Scott
Kathy Blissenbach, the teacher
Cal Christensen, woman
Ash Clark, the protagonist
Sydnee Danielson, Assistant A
Maddie Franzmeier, the Dramaturg
Erin Gantz, Local Resident
Ellie Gullicks, woman
Devon McCaffrey, the supervisor
Cailin Miller, Arleen
Becca Mitchell, stage manager
Jack Raway, Adam and Radio Technician,
Nathan Schindler, director
Sawyer Schmidt, The good samaritan
Natalie Shofner, Jean
Anna Siebenaler, Eve
Natalie Sorensen, frustrated actor
Will Sorg, Man
Sheyanne Steinbruckner, Barbara
Molly Tribe, Allison and Assistant B
Nicholas Weiland, Man
Elizabeth Woolard, God
Trevor Zeyen, The jumper, Jerry and Don
Dakota Zwinger, The uncompromising actor