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The 411: Youth

Poth One-Act Play cast takes a field trip

Poth One-Act Play cast takes a field trip
Polished floors and bright lights set the stage at Dick’s Classic Car Garage for the students, (bottom, l-r) Morgan Reed, Allee Bertrand, Daniel Soto, Alinda Turner, Sarah Rosenberg, Savannah Lyssy, Rachel Raabe, Isaiah Olivo, (top) Austin Sekula, Mateo Coronado, Cod Martinez, and Sherman Criado, to admire an array of meticulously maintained classic vehicles.

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In preparation for this year’s UIL One-Act Play competition, Poth High School’s play cast, the Poth Company, decided to do some research and find out more about the time period of their play, “Harvey” by Mary Chase, which was written in the late 1940s. The group took a field trip to a few nostalgic locations, including Dick’s Classic Car Garage, Johnny Rockets Diner, and the CAF Cen Tex Wing, all in San Marcos.

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