One Act Festival
The Pulaski County High School Theatre Arts Department hosted the third annual Cameron Fitzwater Memorial Scholarship One Act Play Festival. Shows included Christiansburg High School presented "The Elephants Graveyard", which won its conference festival and finished fourth (only three points from second place) in its regional, will present “The Elephant’s Graveyard,” a true historical piece about an elephant that accidentally kills a trainer and then is executed by the townspeople outside of Johnson City, Tenn.
The PCHS Theatre Arts Department presented its one-act competition piece, “In Dreams,” which was written by director Jeff McCoy in 2007 and revised for this year’s competition. The show won second place at last weekend’s Conference 24 Festival (one- point behind Salem in first place). The show is a psychological thriller about the effect of dreams on a young girl.
Mr. Jeff McCoy, Pulaski County High School Theater Arts Department Director and Drama Teacher created the Annual "One Act Festival " in memory of Cameron.
Area schools come together for one night
at the Little Theater, PCHS
and perform a One Act Play.
Each year over $1,000 has been raised.
One Act Festival
The first Cameron Fitzwater Memorial Scholarship
One Act Festival was held on November 13, 2013.
Four one acts from area high schools
came together and presented their One Act Regional Plays.
Radford High School presented "GREATER TUNA"
Blacksburg High School presented "CINDERELLA WORE COMBAT BOOTS"
Christiansburg High School presented "WOMEN AND WAR"
Pulaski County High School presented "THE LADY OF THE LAKE AND OTHER BRITISH TALES"
Admission was by donations with all concessions sold going to the scholarship as well.