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Whodunit?

MCA Upper School Theatre performs Clue.
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Photo by: Adam Gicheru
Cast waving to audience at the end of the play
Ms. Scarlet played by senior played by Milania Vance and Professor Plum played by Junior Jack Suhkia. (Photo by: Adam Gicheru)
Colonel Mustard played by senior Jacob Dover-Smith encountering Ms. Wadsworth played by freshman Zoe Brudwick. (Photo by: Adam Gicheru)
Main cast eats dinner in the dining room. (Photo by: Adam Gicheru)
Main cast confronts Mr. Boddy played by freshman Landen Mcdonald. (Photo by: Adam Gicheru)
Mrs. Peacock played by sophomore Jadyn Chastain and Mrs. White played by junior Libby Davenport interact for the first time.

Starting on Thursday March 21, McKinney Christian Academy Upper School Theater performed two shows of the play Clue. The cast of 14 had been practicing since homecoming. The set was built and created by theatre director Julie Tucker, Nicolas Cruz and the Mustang technical theatre class. “Clue was a really fun play to do for my first year of high school. I know I wasn’t completely prepared for all the long hours of rehearsal, but I think it’s safe to say that it paid off,” said Zoe Brudwick, who played Wadsworth in the play.  “Due to the earlier Easter holiday, we had a much shorter rehearsal schedule with only a few evening practices before performance. I am so proud of how everyone took on the challenge to produce a successful show regardless of the schedule limitations,” said Tucker. The class is now looking towards the upcoming TAPPS competitions and performances.

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Bella Moore
Bella Moore, staff writer
Bella Moore is a Freshman who just started attending MCA. She is excited to start helping and to work on The Mane Edition. She loves being involved and meeting new people. In her free time, Moore enjoys reading, writing and anything creative. She attends Providence Church which she has been attending for the past 10 years and is actively involved in her youth group. Her favorite bible verse is John 15:19  “If you were of the world, the world would love you as its own; but because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you.”