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School play hitting the green screen

Sturgeon Bay High School is the latest area school to be performing their play for a virtual audience in efforts to remain safe. Sturgeon Bay will be performing the classic “Les Miserables”, using a recording studio, green-screen, and new camera equipment with an editor’s help. Play Director Ben Olejniczak feels like the students handled it wonderfully, but it was daunting to start. 

 


Olejniczak anticipates the play will look more like a movie. The school aims to reach an audience from all around the country. The crew will make the production available via “ShowTix4U.com” from April 21st to April 24th. Olejniczak is in his first year directing productions for Sturgeon Bay, as he took over for Leslie Hill.

 

(Photo courtesy of Sturgeon Bay High School) 

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