One Act Play

One Act Play, a division of Literary, is a play that takes place in one act or scene, as opposed to plays that take place over multiple acts. Students participate in auditions for parts in the play. Whether a student is selected for a major or minor roll or as a member of the makeup, wardrobe or stage crew, each person is important to the success of the final product. Before heading off to the Region competition, the cast will perform for the home crowd at an annual Dessert Theatre. Then, cast and crew head to region competition and hopefully on to state competition. Students who participate in one-act gain confidence in public speaking, stage presence, and teamwork these are all life skills which contribute to the self-worth of an individual.

Susan Sullivan has been the One Act Play coach at RTCA for the past 7 years.  She majored in Biology at LSU before earning a certification in Nuclear Medicine Technology and has worked in the medical field in Orlando, Fl and Vidalia, GA for 8 years before becoming a stay-at-home mother. In 2006, she found a passion in teaching Biology at RTCA and today Susan teaches high school Biology and Anatomy, as well as middle school Life Science.

Region Championships:

2017 Beauty and the Beast
2016 The Lion King
2014 Paintin’ the Fence (Adventures of Tom Sawyer)
2013 The Ransom of Emily Jane
2011 Beauty and the Beast

State Titles:

2016 The Lady Pirates of Captain Bree-4th place
2014 The Lion King-3rd place
2013 Paintin’ the Fence (Adventures of Tom Sawyer)-4th place
2011 The Ransom of Emily Jane-2nd place
2010 Beauty and the Beast-4th place