Due to recent inclement weather, School of the Osage Theater Department postponed their Winter One-Act performances. The show will go on this week. The performances are now rescheduled for Tuesday and Thursday evenings. The show will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday and 7 p.m. on Thursday.
Each one-act, 'Jack vs. Jill' and 'Crushed' run about thirty minutes each and provide contrasting entertainment from the musical the students put on in the fall.
Jack vs. Jill is a spoof on the traditional Jack and Jill nursery rhyme. It is filled with other childhood characters like the three blind mice, mother goose and two of the three little pigs. Crushed is the tale of two teenagers who need some coaching to improve their dating life. It is full of the do's and don'ts that anyone single or married can relate to.
"It's going to be a fun night. Young children are going to enjoy Jack vs. Jill more than the older ones. The older ones are going to be able to understand Crushed better," Director Carly Klinginsmith said.
The show cost $3 per person and tickets can be purchased at the door.