Nogales’ First-Ever Virtual live Play

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Ashley Castro, Freshman

On January 21, the Drama Club held auditions for the virtual school play, titled Check Please: Stay at Home Edition and will be streamed online in February

The author of Check Please: Stay at Home Edition is about the dating scene:“It is a comedy about dating people on zoom and I think people are going to enjoy it,” says Casting Director and Senior, Aimee Milla.

 Falling in love while also having to live during a pandemic can be difficult, so this play hopes to entertain viewers. Drama Teacher, Mrs. Corp shared, “This production highlights some of the challenges people may be facing as they look for companionship and romance while quarantining at home. The Drama Club hopes that despite all the dark moments during this pandemic, this production can bring a little joy and humor to the lives of the audience.” 

This play will be streamed at 6 pm on February 12 for about 30 to 40 minutes and the link will either be found on the Nogales High School Instagram or the school webpage. Donations will be accepted in support of the drama club. We hope all can make it to this iconic first time virtual play.