“Trap” Drama Review

Caitlyn Munyon

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“Trap”, a play written by Stephen Gregg, surely kept the audience at the edge of their seats on November 14th and 15th in the KHS’ auditorium. I was not expecting such high quality skills the actors of this play had in store for the watchers. It was a pleasant surprise and was certainly the most terrified I have been in a long time. This play has become one of my favorites with the stimulating storyline as well as well-developed characters. I was surprised with the phenomenal acting of our drama club along with the technical timing that our backstage crew provided. The actors did a remarkable job with keeping the audience intrigued and terrified at the same time. 

 

I cannot help but applaud this production as a whole, mostly because of the exceptional acting and superb way the story was explained throughout the duration of the play. 

 

Mysterious and thrilling, suspenseful and unnerving, this production will definitely keep you trapped in the play, always breaking the fourth wall. 

 

And can I tell you a secret? I feel as if the play’s not over.

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