Lyons Township High School presents “Tens by Teens” at 7 p.m. May 1 to 3 at the South Campus Performing Arts Center, 4900 Willow Springs Road, Western Springs.
Language arts teacher Lawrence Keller is the producer and junior Riley Carroll, of La Grange, is the assistant director. “Tens by Teens” is an evening of short plays written and directed by students. Tickets are $10, $5 for children and senior citizens, and free to students with their ID. Tickets may be purchased in the box office before the show. The theater opens at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m. Latecomers will not be seated.
The plays, playwrights and casts include:
“The Time Machine” by junior Dan Devine with Chris Zurowski as Terry, Jane Doyle as Mrs. Bradshaw, and Xavier Ontiveros as Brett.
“The Problem with Love is . . .” by senior Jon Jackson with Erin Blaber as Hanna, Mardi Sramek as Kelsey, Robert Valdez as Enzo, Sam Scriba as Mitchell, and Jenny Deneen as Marsha.
“Grillers” by senior Jack Kunkle with Nick Petrillo as Franky, Colin Ashburn as Doug, Bryce Hughes as Donny, and Tim Parzyck as Sonny.
“A Cheesy Turnaround” by senior Lucy Rogan with Sean McCrohan as Dylan, and Olivia Tennison as Jane.
“Finding Hope” by junior Audrey McGee with Kristen Wuerl as Mrs. Flynn, Ryan Chilton as Peter, Amanda Bolton as Hope, Maddy Turner as Eve, and Emily Rosenberg as Katie.
“Cheetos” by junior Annika Murrell with Monica Donnelly as Jackie, Kip Andreoni as Dell, Kayla Devereux as Ruth, and Owen Swanson as Louis.
“The Wonders of Teaching” by senior Nick Petrillo with Becky Valek as Mrs. Stickney, Emma Greifenkamp as Leah, Anastar Alvarez as Sarah, Jake Orozco as Paul, and Katie Westrick as Mary.
“So How’ve Been” by junior Oswald Maloney with Joey Bahena as Frank, and Juan Ortega as Paul.
“Live Radio” by senior Ryan Chilton with Kara Lane as Beth, Adam Stubitsch as Guy, and Hunter Soyak as Radio.