By Josh Hepperly
The Drama Club of Magnolia Avenue will continue a presentation of short plays tonight at 7 p.m. in the Community Room.
Distance Learning Facilitator David Jones urged everyone to “come one, come all..”
Jones, as well as students Zoey Carter and Kelly Osbourne, have each written and directed their own play.
Jones said this will give PSCC students, faculty, staff and members of the community an opportunity to witness Pellissippi’s homegrown talent.
Jones is directing a “The Brief Cases: Espionage” and says this play shows what happens when espionage exposes the underbelly of the Pellissippi “elite.”
“(It’s a) true story that’s completely fabricated,” said Jones.
The evening will also include performances of the student plays. Carter will showcase “Lovely Pancakes” and Osbourne will present “Dates That Blind.”
The shows began Tuesday, April 27, and will conclude with tonight’s performance.
There will be a question and answer period after the shows in which the directors will be open to field any questions the audience may have.
“Please come out and support this local talent. Who knows, you might just enjoy yourself,” said Jones.