One-Act Advances To Bi-District

The One-Act cast performs their show, Kodachrome for theater clinician Dr. Roe.

Madison Gonzales

The One-Act cast performs their show, “Kodachrome” for theater clinician Dr. Roe.

Legacy theater advanced to the UIL One-Act Play Bi-District 5-5A competition on March 3, 2020 with their show “Kodachrome.” Legacy advanced along with Crowley High  School and Burleson High School. Abby Ewing, 11, received the Honor Crew award, Seth Matthews, 11, received Honorable Mention All-Star Cast and Kamryn Hannigan, 12, received Best Performer. 

“It’s just an honor to know that the audience connected so well with my character and what I was trying to get across,” Hannigan said. “That’s honestly the most fulfilling part about winning the award, and knowing that my 110% effort, as well as the cast’s, did not go unnoticed. We told a good story and I’m proud of that.”

The cast of Kodachrome will compete again at Legacy on March 25 in the Bi-District competition against five other schools. Three schools will advance to the area competition.