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November 15
How to Kiss a Girl and Other One Act Plays

BMHS Drama Presents:  How to Kiss a Girl (And other one Act Plays)

$7 Students  

$10 Adults

All Shows start at 7:30


“How to Kiss a Girl” by Wade Bradford (directed by Dara Harris)

As Ken prepares for his first date with Steph, he downloads audio advice from across the centuries. His date quickly spirals out of control as he tries to simultaneously follow dating tips from a communist-fearing nationalist, a pirate, a southern belle, and a pilgrim. Can poor Ken tune out his smartphone and tune in to his own instincts and win Steph’s affection? Or is it already too late?


Cast:  Kyle Beers, Julia Carew, Roxy Dorris, Jazmnie Hebert, Imagen Leblanc, Vanessa LePlante,

Jacob MacDonald, Craig Townsend, and Cas Ward


“The Audition” by Don Zolidis (directed by Rebecca Warren)

 A new theater teacher is bringing a production of A Chorus Line to the high school. Though the hopefuls range from shy to outrageous, and from diva-like to determined, everyone has a chance to step into the spotlight. A hilarious and heartbreaking look at the madness of auditioning and the actors who brave the process for that perfect part. 



“The Audition” is a contemporary high school classic that’s been produced over 800 times.


Cast:  Maddy Challoux, Lydia Charters, Tia Cormier, Aidan Foran, Sarah Johnson, Nikhil Joshi,

Olivia McQuarry, Hannah Rocca, Jayden Taylor, Matthew Williams, and Emily Wood


Things Fall (Meanwhile) by Barton Bishop (directed by Jeff Lloyd)


When musical prodigy Meg Meadows accidentally drops an air-conditioning unit out of her window, crushing someone on the street below, she loses the ability to hear music. Meanwhile, after Keb's brother is killed by a falling air-conditioner, Keb loses her grasp of language and begins speaking gibberish. Meanwhile, Emily Piper accidentally throws a javelin over a mountain range. Meanwhile, Herman is suddenly nailed to a tree by a flying javelin. Lives and stories collide to create a truly unique and mesmerizing tale.


Cast:  Owen Agnew, Sabrina Bainbridge, Emma Brown, Jordan Comeau, Sophia Hebert,

Casey McLellenen, Rylee MacKinnon, Grace Melanson, Ca Nguyen, Ryan Scholton, Makayla Steeves

Liv Vanwick, and Lasse Von Danwitiz


All plays are produced by special arrangement with Playscripts Inc.