“What’s in a Name”? Asolo Actors Perform at ODA


Wednesday Afternoon ODA high school students gathered in the Black Box Theater to watch a shortened performance of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.

A group of actors from the Asolo Repertory Theatre, showcased fifty minutes of the condensed original play.

After the play, many students couldn’t stop talking about the play. Sophomore, Trenton Radigan said, “I liked the way they were able to make quick transitions into another character.”

Another student had a different view, “It was interesting to see how this story is related to problems in everyday lives.” Junior, Jake Romine says, “the actors all played their parts extremely well. I appreciated them coming to deliver that wonderful piece of art.”

For more information about the Asolo, visit their website atĀ www.asolorep.org.