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13 Past Midnight


The School of the Osage winter play is something that only happens every 4 years. This year’s play is called 13 Past Midnight. It is a murder mystery type play that is being shown at the school on February 22nd and 23rd. As someone who has been helping build sets for the play, I would say that it is turning out great and is sure to be a good show. Since I know and have access to some of the cast members of the play plus one of the directors, I was able to talk to them about how they feel about the play.

The assistant director of the play, Deacon Lipsmeyer says he “thinks it is going well and the actors are learning their lines really well… because of that the main director and I are able to focus on things that make plays what they are.” He is also very excited for the play because of how well it is going. 

I talked to three actors who are in the play as well: Nate Stombaugh, Parker Wolf, and Loralie Burgan.

They all said that they think the play is going well, and they are all excited for it. Their characters are what most people care about. Nate plays Gary who is the director of the show within the play; Parker plays Durwood, a very reserved butler, and Loralie plays Toni Crawford, a soap opera star who is very outspoken. 

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Dakota Rodden, Staff Reporter
Dakota grew up in a small town at the Lake of the Ozarks. She is very ambitious and likes to talk to people and figure things out that maybe a lot of other people don't know how to. Dakota enjoys knowing facts that others don't know and is interested in things having to do with entertainment and forensic science. She likes being up-to-date on movie facts such as new releases or the latest celebrity hook up. Dakota writes in her free time and enjoys finding unique ways to get people's attention with her writing. She states, "I feel that as long as I get research and can support my evidence for what is going in the newspaper, then I think I have enough qualifications to be able to write something."
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