The Harriton Theater Company’s Winter One Acts are student directed short shows ranging from comedies to drama. A long time HTC tradition, the one-acts give seniors opportunities to direct, as well as actors a place to explore their talents in non-conventional roles.
The Atco Diner Written and Directed by Emma Johnson,
– the quirky story of young love in a small diner, in the middle of nowhere
Mirror, Mirror directed by Analyn Sil and Anna Fleming,
– A modern spin-off of Snow White, including a sarcastic narrator, a ditzy princess, a rich prince, a sassy mirror, and an evil stepmother who learns a thing or two about outer beauty.
Fourteen directed by Emily Sinrod and Kate Seltzer,
– Alice Gerstenberg’s 1920’s one-act social satire tells the story of a dinner party that must be salvaged when numerous guests cancel.
Behind The Mask directed by Hannah Goldman with Musical director Keren Katz,
– A story about what you don’t see when you look at someone
Drivers Test directed by Zoey Greenberg,
-A clever comedy by Don Zolidis illustrating what happens when the person giving your driver’s test is completely insane.
Sorry, Wrong Number directed by Rachel Bershad and Harleigh Myerovich
-While on the telephone, an invalid woman overhears what she thinks is a murder plot and attempts to prevent it.