By Joshua Rivera
The Modern Acting and Theatre class has been a part of Tahoma for six years, teaching rising actors the techniques needed for a career. Every year there is a show displaying the students’ potential, and the sixth annual showcase will be on May 23.
The Modern Acting showcase will be held at 7:15 p.m. on May 23 in the X-1 lecture hall on the Oak Grove campus. It will be led by Ron Johnson, the artistic director, and Estrella Esparza-Johnson, the executive artistic producer. The show is intended for mature audiences age 14 and over and includes mature topics.
This shows makes earning a start in an acting career easier. The showcase is the chance for students to exhibit the experience they have obtained in their drama Expeditions course and to show their potential. The performance is free and will start immediately after the Celebration of Learning.
For more information on the event, see this press release. Please contact 831-623-5280 or firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions about the performance.
Featured Image (at the top of this post): Seniors MJ Garza and Sydney Martinez are the assistant directors for the May 23 showcase. PHOTO CREDIT: Arnold Pravong