Aster shows Yelena his illustrations of the decaying environment through a magnifying glass. "All I do is come in and tweak it a little bit and it grows into something more," director John Forsythe said. "Then the collaborative quality of theater really came to life." (Photo by Lucy Valeski)
Aster shows Yelena his illustrations of the decaying environment through a magnifying glass. "All I do is come in and tweak it a little bit and it grows into something more," director John Forsythe said. "Then the collaborative quality of theater really came to life."

Photo by Lucy Valeski

York Drama presents a story of “love and longing” during their winter festival

February 12, 2020

On the second weekend of February, York Drama presented two different plays: “Uncle Vanya” by Anton Chekov and a modern adaptation by Aaron Posner titled “Life Sucks”. Both plays follow a group of people who are dissatisfied with their lives and relationships. The festival was directed by John Forsythe, student directed by juniors Emma Taylor and CeCe Lampa and assistant directed by a variety of students in drama.

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