North County High's 'One-Act Night' is Thursday


February 02, 1997|By Phyllis Lucas | Phyllis Lucas,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

NORTH COUNTY High School will present its annual "One-Act Night" at 7 p.m. Thursday, in the school auditorium.

Each class will present a one-act play, directed by a pair of seniors, and vie for awards, including best play, best directors, best performance by an individual and best supporting actor overall.

The freshman one-act play, "If Boys Wore the Skirts," directed by Starr Lucas and Keith Jeffcoat, describes a situation in which fashion has reversed roles and boys are wearing skirts and carrying purses and girls love the pockets in their pants.

Nathan Kelly and John Payne are directing the sophomores in the "Wizard of Oz."

The comedy, "A Typically Atypical Day," about a typical day in the mayor's office, will be presented by the junior class and directed by Michele Miller and Anna Schoenfelder.

Seniors, led by Alanna Clements and Angie Gudio, will perform "Just a High School Play," that deals with the thoughts and reflections of individuals as they approach the end of their senior year.

Starr Lucas will direct the thespians as they perform "Final Dress Rehearsal," a satire of an amateur group putting on a production. The school is at 10 E. 1st Ave. Tickets are $4 and can be bought at the door.

Hearts and flowers

It's hearts and flowers time for two local groups.

The Roland Terrace Democratic Club Valentine's party will be held from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Feb. 16.

Live music will be performed by Reason. A platter, beer, set-ups and wheels will be available. Tickets are $6 in advance and $8 at the door.

The club is at 610 Matthews Ave. Call Virginia Uzialko at 789-2013 or the club at 636-1504 after 7 p.m to order tickets.

Get tickets for the Valentine's bull roast sponsored by the North County High School Parents Club.

The roast will be from 8 p.m. to midnight Feb. 15 at La Fontaine Bleu. The menu will include pit-roasted beef and ham, Louisiana gulf shrimp, vegetable soup, Italian sausage, pork barbecue, hot dogs, macaroni and cheese, cake, beer and soda.

Tickets are $22 a person. All proceeds will benefit the Parents Club scholarship fund. Call Karen Balonis at 636-8399 to reserve tickets.

Income tax help

Senior citizens can get free help with their income taxes at the Brooklyn Park Senior Site.

The Department of Aging has arranged to have volunteers assist seniors who have relatively simple tax returns.

The senior site is in the old Brooklyn Park High School on Hammonds Lane. Call Yvonne Hicks at 222-6714 to schedule an appointment.

Country line dancing

Get your boots and cowboy hats.

The Department of Recreation and Parks is offering country line dancing class for beginners from 7: 30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesdays, starting Feb. 26. at Brooklyn Park/Lindale Middle School.

Experienced dancers will enjoy reviewing the old favorites and learning the new dances. No partner is needed.

The cost is $35 for an eight-week session. Information or registration: 222-7313.

AIDS support group

The Harbor Hospital Center HIV/AIDS Support Group will meet from 4: 30 p.m. to 6: 30 p.m. Thursday in the fourth-floor conference room.

This group is for people who have HIV/AIDS, their family members, friends or loved ones.

Information: 347-3330.

Pub Date: 2/02/97

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