Really Rosie

It’s Maurice Sendak’s Brooklyn, 1950’s, on a hot July day.  It’s a kid day—full of no plans, only possibilities.  The sidewalk is a playground for the neighborhood kids, ages four to nine.  Their self-appointed leader is one Rosie whose imagination cannot be contained.  She is, it must be acknowledged, a bossy girl, but one with many ideas for shows, all …

Connecting Points

A series of one-act plays directed by senior drama students. Though people come from different backgrounds and live within different societies, we all have in common the innate human need to build relationships with others. Every year at Hanford High School, seniors dedicated to the Drama Department are given the opportunity to direct one-act plays. This year, the plays have …