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5/4/2011 9:48:00 AM
'Addict' portrays life with drugs
Review/Salina SialegaTyler Perkins performs in the play
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Tyler Perkins performs in the play "Addict."
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The Chino Valley High School Advanced Acting class performed the play, "Addict" this past Thursday and Friday nights at the school's Mini Auditorium, telling stories of teenagers hooked on various drugs and how the drugs destroyed their lives, even killing them, including, at left, Tyler Perkins; above, Bekah Zito; top right, several actors below a Rest In Peace sign; and bottom right, Tiana Newlander. Student teacher Layla Tenney directed the play, which was written by Jerome McDonough. The Chino Valley Advanced Acting class performed the play, "Addict" this past Thursday and Friday nights at the school's Mini Auditorium, telling stories of teenagers hooked on various drugs and how the drugs destroyed their lives, even killing them, including, at left, Tyler Perkins; above, Bekah Zito; top right, several actors below a Rest In Peace sign; and bottom right, Tiana Newlander. Student teacher Layla Tenney directed the play, which was written by Jerome McDonough

The Chino Valley Advanced Acting class performed the play, "Addict" this past Thursday and Friday nights at the school's Mini Auditorium, telling stories of teenagers hooked on various drugs and how the drugs destroyed their lives, even killing them. Student teacher Layla Tenney directed the play, which was written by Jerome McDonough.


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Reader Comments

Posted: Friday, May 6, 2011
Article comment by: Rita Stricker

Ed -- you're slipping -- 2 whole weeks without perpetuating the lie that illegal drugs are illegal because they are dangerous. You know what IS dangerous? War is dangerous. Last month, 14,000 human beings in Mexico died in America's drug war. why don't you do a play about THEM?

Posted: Thursday, May 5, 2011
Article comment by: Satisfied Citizen

Very impressive performance! These students took on an issue that has haunted our community without apologies. Such talented students that have been given an incredible opportunity. I was very satisfied to see a drama program at our school that can handle such important themes. Bravo to the students and teachers for asking the best of CVHS!



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