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Nevis to perform one-act play this weekend

Nevis School 's one-act play “The Marvelous Playbill” will debut at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 28 at the school.

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The cast of “The Marvelous Playbill” will perform their 30-minute production Friday at Nevis School and at the one-act play competition at Park Rapids Area High School Saturday.<br/><br/>
Contributed / Jen Geraedts
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Admission is free-will offering. Nevis School will also perform at the one-act subsection competition Saturday, Jan. 29 at Park Rapids Area High School, which is also open to the public.

Nevis senior Maximilian Eischens will play the role of Chanfalla. Other cast and crew members include Amythyst Brownfield as Carmen, Eva Warrington as Josefina, Jesse Snow as the Mayor, Sofia Anderson as Armanda, Carolynn Geimer as Esperanza, Annabelle Bolster as Dona Marta, Adeline Bjorklund as Young Woman, Serenity Miller as Alicia, Nicholas Jordan as Ragbag, Marley Whitaker as Would-Be-Lady, Temperance Mountjoy as a Townsperson, Kirstine Koebnick as a Townsperson, Ava Opsal as a Townsperson, Isek Cortez as a Townsperson, James Moen as a Townsperson and Aiden Domski as Captain. Anna Crimmins will do tech.

Director Jen Geraedts said the show, which runs about 30 minutes, has a good message and an element of fun.

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