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Spring Play - One Acts

Thursday - Friday - Saturday, May 7-8-9, 2015, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, May 10, 2:00 p.m.

These one act plays are all student-directed. Performances take place in the Little Theater, located in the Fine Arts building behind Keck Auditorium. Tickets at $5 for chair seats and $3 for the steps. Seating is limited. Tickets may be purchased in advance online. Several of the plays touch on mature themes; parental discretion is advised.


Drugs Are Bad
Written by: Jonathan Rand
Directed by: Connor Templeman, Class of 2015
In Drugs Are Bad, Brad comes home to find his parents waiting for him. Brad’s parents find something in his room that deeply concerns them, and decide to confront Brad about what despicable secret he has be hiding from them.

The. Transportation. Satirical. Administration. (T.S.A.)
Written by: Brady Barrow, Class of 2015
Directed by: Will Bergholz, Class of 2015
T.S.A. satirizes the experience of an Indian man going through airport security. This one act is absurd, and it's bound to get a kick out of you.

King Arthur's Socks
Written by: Floyd Dell
Directed by: Will Hamilton, Class of 2015
King Arthur's Socks is the story of a man and a woman fighting against their impulses to act upon their amorous inclinations, for they are both already married to other people.

What We Talk About When We Talk About Love
Written by Raymond Carver
Directed and adapted for the stage by: Austin Hall, Class of 2015
Set in 1950's suburbia, What We Talk About When We Talk About Love revolves around two separate couples as they try to determine the true essence of love.


Candy Man
Written by: Lia Lewine, Class of 2016
Directed by: Khoa Phan, Class of 2015
At a bus stop on their way to school, two high school students, Daisy and Dustin, encounter a homeless man who forces them to confront their relationship and judgments.

While Shakespeare Slept
Written by: Tim Kelly
Directed by: Liza Shcherbakova, Class of 2015
William Shakespeare decides to give up the theater in favor of a good steady job. When Shakespeare is sleeping, Juliet and other ladies from his plays try to persuade him to return to the stage. The next morning, Will makes up his mind about his profession in the theater.

Variations of The Death of Trotsky
Written by: David Ives
Directed by: Khoa Phan, Class of 2015
On August 20th, 1940, a Spanish communist named Ramon Mercader smashed a mountain-climber's axe into Leon Trotsky's skull. As he faces his death(s), he confronts his relationship with his wife, the murderer himself, and his mortality.


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Stevenson School
Pebble Beach Campus
3152 Forest Lake Road
Pebble Beach, CA 93953
Map & Directions

Performances take place in:

Keck Auditorium
(Fall & Winter plays and all music & dance concerts)

Little Theater
(Spring play)

Music Performances

Winter Music Concert
(in Keck Auditorium)
December 17, 2014, at 7:00 p.m.

Spring Music Concert
(in Keck Auditorium)
May 1, 2015, at 7:00 p.m.

Tickets are not required for music performances.

Videos and Photos

Dance Performances

Spring Dance Concert
(in Keck Auditorium)
April 24-25, 2015, at 7:00 p.m.

Tickets are not required for dance performances.

Videos 2014
Videos 2013