Ten Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse was performed on January 20th and January 21st in the North Shore High School theatre under the direction of seniors, Joseph Doyle, and the co-direction of Gena Vineis. Congratulations to the cast, crew, and everyone that worked so hard to put this original play together. Traditionally, the Senior Play is a creative collaboration among high school seniors who join together to write, produce, direct, act, and participate in all aspects of the theatrical process.
Often students who engage in other activities besides the Fine and Performing Arts (including athletics or robotics) have the opportunity to try out and contribute behind the scenes or on stage to the play. It is a wonderful way for seniors to band together as a class for something that they can enjoy and be proud of. Bravo to everyone who worked so hard this year to make the Senior Play titled, Ten Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse, so successful and entertaining.
Photo Caption: Article by Shelly Newman Photos by Adrienne Daley Pictured are North Shore High School seniors who recently performed in Ten Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse, an original play written, directed, produced, and performed by students in the Senior Class of 2017.