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EHS one-act play benefits Relay for Life of Ennis

Among this week’s last-minute push for raising money for cancer research, Ennis High School’s Theatre Department. is lending a dramatic hand to Relay for Life.
A benefit performance of the school’s one act play Still Life with Iris will be held tomorrow, Thursday April 24 at 7 p.m. in the San Jacinto Auditorium. Admission is free but audience members are asked to make a donation to the American Cancer Society/Relay for Life of Ennis.
The 40-minute, family- friendly one act play won district competition this year and was named as an alternate at the regional level.
“Kids enjoy (the play) very much,” EHS Theatre Director Tonya Harper said. “It is bright and colorful. It has a good moral at the end.”
Harper said the students are excited about performing the play one last time for such a worthy cause.

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