What a difference an audience makes

CASSELTON, N.D. – The Rural Cass Community Theatre’s production of Oliver! came to life on the Central Cass High School stage with its first performance last night.

It’s amazing what a difference it makes performing for an audience.

Your laughter and applause give us the courage and drive to push past our nerves and bring our characters to life!

The actors’ performances were more exciting and energetic than they had been during rehearsals. And when a brief, isolated power outage plunged the pit band into darkness and silenced the musical accompaniment, the actors, especially Dustin Scheer (who plays Fagin), expertly ad libbed to fill the space.

If you haven’t seen it yet, we have performances tonight and tomorrow at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 1 p.m. at the high school in Casselton.

If you have seen it, come back. You might catch something you missed the first time around and you never know what will happen in live theater!

(Photos courtesy Diane Moderow.)


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3 Responses to What a difference an audience makes

  1. Karen Kost says:

    This has been amazing experience for all!
    Come and join in the fun at Central Cass School!

  2. Deb Lenzen says:

    I have tickets for Saturday matinee and can’t wait!

  3. Darcy Brandenburg says:

    Thursday’s performance was stellar. I can’t wait for tonight’s performance! Great work to everyone involved. Great art and great people. Come join us!

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