The Glengarry News - - News - - Steven War­bur­ton

Holy Trin­ity Sec­ondary School’s drama de­part­ment is in the midst of some fairly big ac­com­plish­ments.

For one thing, it’s gear­ing up for its mu­si­cal, Je­sus Christ Su­per­star, which runs at the school May 16-18.

For an­other, it’s pre­par­ing to send its one-act play, One Way Bridge, to the regional drama fes­ti­val at the Thou­sand Is­lands Play­house in Gananoque on April 26.

Holy Trin­ity qual­i­fied for the re­gion­als at the lo­cal com­pe­ti­tion in March, which was, coin­ci­den­tally, held at HT.

It’s just par for the course for the young the­atre folks at Holy Trin­ity, who have qual­i­fied for the regional one-act fes­ti­val for the past five years and even made it to the pro­vin­cial show­case for two of those years.

One Way Bridge, which boasts a cast and crew of 45 peo­ple, is about a young man’s de­scent into mad­ness as he drives down a lonely high­way.

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