Published Monday, October 30th, 2023
About 90 students from six high schools attended Drama Day at Wayne State.
Approximately 90 students from six area high schools participated in Wayne State College’s Drama Day held Oct. 24 on campus.
The event featured eight workshops centered around theatre and drama. They were acting up with theatre games, being in the moment (acting), costume design rendering, dialects, ensemble creation, NSAA play production, stage combat, and voice dynamism.
Participating high schools were Neligh-Oakdale, O’Neill, Pender, Tekamah-Herman, Wakefield, and Wayne.
Drama Day was held in conjunction with Wayne State’s Service-Learning Program, which began in 1999. Each year, hundreds of Wayne State students make a difference in the community by participating in Service-Learning projects, contributing nearly $250,000 to the region in community service.
Many Wayne State students were involved with various aspects of Drama Day.