Please join us for our annual student-directed, student-driven theater festival, with performances on Friday, 5/24, and Saturday, 5/25.
When: Friday, May 17 & Saturday, May 18
Where: Yarnall Auditorium
Poley Festival, the annual student-directed, student-driven theater festival, continues through Saturday with the following performances:
Friday, May 17, 7:30 p.m.
Robert Harling's Steel Magnolias, the story of six loving, unique, and funny women who are "delicate as magnolias but as tough as steel," is this year's comedy/tragedy. The cast includes Haven Arms '21, Natalie Bauder '21, Spencer Kamens '21, Snow Li '20, Grace Raufer '22, and Madison Wells-McFee '21.
Saturday, May 18, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday Night Comedy Hour
Hosted by Owen Keim '20
The Band: Pierre Peters '19, Sona Wink '21, and Caleb Friedman-Spring '20
A videotape of the class of 2019's freshman year Poley Fest performances.
Isabel Mehta '20's Monologue
Isabel's monologue was selected as a winner in the 2019 Mouthful Monologue Festival.
DESTINY, a monologue performed by Sekou Hamer '19.
Scene from Oscar Wilde's Importance of Being Earnest, performed by Emory MacLaughlin '19, Sekou Hamer '19, and Claire Partridge '19
David Ives's Sure Thing, performed by Kate Kearns '19 and Walden Green '20.
The opening scene from Ned Eisenberg's play, Sing for Your Supper.
The roles will be performed by the Drama 2 class.
Video of Josh/Kenneth scene from Sing for Your Supper.
Stand Up Comedy followed by Sekou Hamer '19 leading Comedy Improv!
Please join us for any or all performances!