PHOTOS: Hope students take centre stage for three-day-run of two short plays

Paige Soucker, left, as 10-year-old Eleanor, and Kaija Perez, right, as 9-year-old Susan, vie for acceptance and recognition in Schoolyard Games. Barry Stewart/Hope Standard
Daniel Barnes, left, as Brian, and Darrah Clarke, right, as Em, are left wondering when a friend of theirs falls into a coma. Barry Stewart/Hope Standard
Tamyra Viveen plays Melissa in Sleep, a play centred around three friends of an 18-year-old who falls into a mysterious coma. Barry Stewart/Hope Standard

Hope Secondary Theatre presented an evening of short plays which ran three nights, Nov. 22 to 24. The students performed Schoolyard Games, written by John Lazarus, followed by Sleep by Adam Szymkowicz: both were directed by Jon Polishak.

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