BCS Players’ Club presents a modern dystopic play

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BCS Players’ Club presents a modern dystopic play
Bohong Fu, Chang Min Son, Cala Tesolin, Pierre Anglade, Timothy Chevalier and Sebastian Colley have been rehearsing for Ideation since January. (Photo : Benjamin Tracy)

By Emilie Hackett, Special to the Record – Bishop’s College School (BCS) will be the home of Ideation, a thought-provoking play by Aaron Loeb, from May 2 to May 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the R. Lewis Evans Memorial Theatre. Tickets are $10. The BCS Players’ Club production features six senior students, under the direction of Miranda McGie, presenting the modern play where mundane meets dystopia, comedy meets thriller, and morality meets insanity. Year 12 students Bohong Fu, Timothy Chevalier, Cala Tesolin, Pierre Anglade, Sebastian Colley and Chang Min Son have been working tirelessly since January to become the characters in this out of the ordinary production. “I’ve done many plays at BCS, but this one is special,” mentioned Fu, who is also stage manager for the first time. “Usually in the spring we’ll do a big fairy-tale style production, but this is a very realistic and modern play. I love the script because it’s different than anything we’ve done before.” See full story in the Wednesday, May 1 edition of The Record.

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