The show (or at least the class) must go on for LRHS drama students

Csenge Csicsek – Mustangs Ahead

free drama masks pix(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- The LRHS drama department is staying busy during this uncertain time.

The Playwriting Marathon, Costume Design/Stage Makeup Showcase, and International Thespian Society Induction Banquet that would have been the last two Fridays of May have unfortunately been canceled due to COVID-19.

Nevertheless, LRHS drama director Roxane Caravan has given theater Mustangs many activities to do during quarantine to keep them active.

“As a class we have still been writing plays and creating designs, the only difference due to COVID-19 is that the students are not able to showcase them for each other,” said Caravan.

Caravan hopes for an end to quarantine soon so she may provide her seniors with a proper induction and banquet ceremony sometime in July.

New members will most likely have their induction ceremony at the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year.

The Acting Up Performing Arts Summer Camp has also been canceled, meaning there is no summer camp at the Ranch this year.

“I am hoping to do some sort of Fall, after school program that would end in a performance in November to make up for there being no summer camp,” said Caravan, “I know that many of my camp students and parents are also hoping that we can do something like that as well.”

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