PCHS Drama Club earns second-place honors at Maine Drama Festival

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SKOWHEGAN — The Piscataquis Community High School Drama Club won a second-place trophy at the Maine Drama Festival on March 10 in Skowhegan. The name of the club’s production was “TATTERED,” a student-written play on the effects of bullying cyberbullying and suicide with the message … words hurt.

The play was written by Ashlie Grant, Jacob Sears, Gwen Burgess, Mya Young and Caitlyn Drinkwater. Drinkwater also won an award for all star cast and the PCHS Drama Club received an award for collaboration for playwriting. Julie Harrington served as the production director.

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HONORS FOR PCHS DRAMA CLUB — The PCHS Drama Club won a second-place trophy for the student-written play “TATTERED” on March 10 at the Maine Drama Festival in Skowhegan. Pictured are front, from left, Ashlie Grant, director Julie Harrington, Gracee Grant, Arwen Morse, Jennifer Simon, Caitlyn Drinkwater, Alex Huff, Gwen Burgess, Caroline Goggin and Sarah Richards. Back, Olivia Riitano, Macee Pearl, Megan McLaughlin, Tylla Gosselin, Shanoah Hill, Jacob Sear and Dylan Shaw.

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