The FHS Drama Club has been rehearsing since February and this weekend they are ready to present “The Network.”
Social networks are everywhere. Although they offer us new opportunities to communicate, they also give us the opportunity to initiate conflict. Friendships can be destroyed as quickly as they’re created online. “The Network” is a look at the changing world we live in and the impact that social networks have on our society. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad, often with moments of real human passion and the desire to be heard, “The Network” reminds us that while social networks may be with us for a long while, we must decide how to use them. We must consider that the potential for harsh, derisive, and hurtful behavior is now part of our lives around the clock. But ultimately we make the final choice.
Ultimately, “we are the social network”.
Performances are at the FHS Commons:
• Friday, April 27 — 7 p.m.
• Saturday, April 28 — Matinee 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
• Sunday, April 29 — 2 p.m. Admission is $5.
Cast members are:
Kayli Hamlin, Kaylee Ellis, Julia Maxfield, Robby William, Katy Curtis, Katy Curtis, Chelsey Simons, Mia Bailey, William Fleck, Robby Williams, Zach Johansen, Kayci Trettevik, Riley Ray, Emma-Grayce Fleck, Linda Cendejas-Parker, Robby Williams, Mia Bailey and Kaylee Ellis
Patience Nelson, Sarah Curtis, Sara Tabor, Gabrielle Fuhs and Robbie Smith
Director: Tracy Gillett
Assistant Director: Kenneth Turner