Students perform Halloween Improv Show

Raeanne O'Day and lakecentralnews

Laughter filled the LGI as the Advanced Theater class took to the stage to perform their Halloween Improv show. Decked out in costumes ranging from a pirate to a video game character, the students involved in the show got into character.

“Improv is acting without a script. You make a scene without lines and use just your imagination,” Kaitlyn Badger (12) said.

This is Badger’s third year in Advanced Theater, as she joined when she was a sophomore. The bond between the returning members of this class and its newest additions are strong, and continue to grow with each passing class.

“Everyone is friendly, and we are like one big family,” Emma Weissbeck (10) said.

Along with the improv show, the students involved held a costume contest during intermission. Claps and cheers echoed in the room as the final votes were cast announcing a young girl dressed as Dorothy from the “Wizard of Oz” as the winner of a pot of candy. The teacher of the class, Mrs. Pam Neth, English, was very proud of how the show went.

“This years Advanced Theater improv is the best I’ve seen in four years. The whole class is really coming together,” Mrs. Neth said.

The Advanced Theater class will be performing their scripted shows soon.