LHS students perform original one-act play

GEDSC DIGITAL CAMERAThe LHS Drama Club presented an original one-act play as part of the Linden High School Black History Assembly.

The play, a comedy with a meaningful message which was very well received by the LHS student body, was written by LHS Drama Club sponsor Mrs. Marnise Stevenson.

It told the story of a teenage girl who decided to skip Black History Month.

The teenager soon realized that if she ignored Black History Month, then she would be prevented from enjoying the vast array of inventions (including but not limited to grits, hair care products, the elevator, the cellphone, and some favorite cellphone apps) that were created by African American inventors.

The cast and crew pictured here are (front, l-r) Adriauna Alston, Miy-Aeh Spencer, Amanda Evans, Lynneshia Dukes; (second row, l-r) Marnise Stevenson, Chelse Fritts, Oriana Little, Dr. Timothy Thurman; (third row, l-r) Kathelin Bishop, Katorah Wilks; (back row, l-r) Quinten Richardson , Kennedy Sewell, and Javaris Goins.