CHS Theater Department performs UIL play “Picnic”

Hannah Tucker, Photographer

Coppell High School freshman Sophia Sircar sits on the steps of her front porch reading a newspaper on stage during the CHS Theater Department’s play “Picnic” in the auditorium Thursday night. Sircar plays Millie Owens, the intelligent younger sister of one of main character Madge Owens. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School seniors Seth Holst and Ty Dalrymple greet each other on stage during the CHS Theater Department’s play “Picnic” in the auditorium Thursday night. Holst plays Alan Seymour, and Dalrymple plays Hal Carter, who are two fraternity brothers seeing one another after a long time. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School senior Seth Holst leans in to kiss junior Macy Johnson when she stops him on stage during the CHS Theater Department’s play “Picnic” in the auditorium Thursday night. Holst plays the role of Alan Seymour, current boyfriend to Johnson’s character, Madge Owens. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School junior Mark Beshai hands senior Ty Dalrymple a bottle of whiskey next to bored-looking sophomore Sophia Sircar on stage for the CHS Theater Department’s play “Picnic” in the auditorium Thursday night. Beshai plays Howard Bevans, a 41 year old department shop owner, while Dalrymple plays Hal Carter, a wild high school graduate, and Sircar plays Millie Owens, an intelligent youngster. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School junior Mark Beshai playfully dances with senior Ty Dalrymple on stage during the CHS Theater Department’s play “Picnic” in the auditorium Thursday night. Beshai plays Howard Bevans, a 41 year old department shop owner and Dalrymple plays Hal Carter, a wild high school graduate. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School senior Layne Allen hugs her lover junior Mark Beshai on stage for the CHS Theater Department’s play “Picnic” in the auditorium Thursday night. Beshai plays Howard Bevans, a 41 year old department shop owner, lover to school teacher Rosemary Sydney, played by Allen. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School senior Ty Dalrymple discusses his life background with junior Macy Johnson on stage during the CHS Theater Department’s play “Picnic” in the auditorium Thursday night. Johnson’s character Madge Owens falls in love with her boyfriend’s best friend, Hal Carter, played by Dalrymple, who has just recently returned from his travels. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School junior Madi Olney comforts junior Macy Johnson on stage after her new love interest has to leave during the CHS Theater Department’s play “Picnic” in the auditorium Thursday night. Olney plays Flo Owens, mother to character Madge Owens, played by Johnson. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

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