Baldwin High's big one-act play this Sunday


The Baldwin High Fine Arts program is celebrating spooky season in style, rolling out its "Nevermore" one-act play to the public this weekend.

The show is all set for 3 p.m. on Sunday and will take place at the Baldwin High Fine Arts Center, which was added to the BHS campus during the school's most recent renovation. The Fine Arts Center, one of the best places in middle Georgia to watch a production, "is home to a state-of-the-art, 1,000 seat auditorium and is host to many school and community productions each year. The Baldwin Fine Arts Center is complete with a full-size orchestra pit, audio & lighting booth and even has rigging allowing our students to get a little acrobatic in their productions."

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased by CLICKING HERE. You can even choose your seat/s...

"Nevermore is about a boat ride that Edgar Allen Poe takes, where he meets a bunch of want-to-be actors, who all then ask him if they may re-tell his life before his very eyes, and he's horrified by the results," said senior Robinson York, one of the stars of the production.

Added first-year BHS Theater Director Kenneth Jones: "Production is special, because it's dark and creepy and weird and something new for (the students)."


Here's how the Baldwin County School District is promoting the show:

"Educational and Spooky: Nevermore is an opportunity to delve into the mysterious world of Edgar Allan Poe. It's a blend of the weird and the smart, making it an engaging and educational experience.

"Beautiful Music: The show features captivating music that complements Poe's eerie tales, enhancing the overall experience.

"Creepy Makeup and Costumes: The cast and crew have gone all out with creepy makeup and costumes, adding a spine-tingling layer to the performance.

"Inventive Props and Costumes: 80% of the props and costumes are crafted from masking tape and cardboard, showcasing the creativity and resourcefulness of the talented students involved.

"Meet the New BHS Theater Director: Kenneth Jones, in his first year as the theater director, is ready to lead his students to one-act competition. Be a part of this exciting journey!

"A Special Production: Nevermore is unique, dark, and weird, offering a fresh experience for both the students and the audience. It's a show that's been carefully selected to captivate your imagination.

"Don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind production. Gather your friends and family and head to the Baldwin Theater this Sunday at 3 pm for a chilling and educational adventure into the world of Edgar Allan Poe. It's an experience you won't want to miss! Get your tickets now and be part of the magic!"

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