South Kitsap HS grads in CWU play production

ELLENSBURG — Three South Kitsap High School graduates will be featured in Central Washington University's Central Theatre Ensemble's production of “Polaroid Stories.”

Monica Domena, a 2010 grad, will play the part of Persephone, Skyler Gahley, a 2011 grad, will play the part of Eurydice and J.J. Hernandez, a 2008 alumni, will play the part of “D.”

All three students are in the Bachelor of Fine Arts’ performance program.

Domena and Hernandez are seniors, while Gahley is a junior.

Polaroid Stories, by Naomi Iizuka, explores the fluid nature of truth, told through the experiences of street kids, society’s throwaways.

Described as visceral, heartbreaking, and “brutally good,” the themes in “Polaroid Stories: will persist in your psyche long after the curtain falls.

Performed by Central Washington University’s Central Theatre Ensemble, the play will draw the audience into the turbulent world of homeless youth, for whom truth is a shifting wasteland of broken promises.

Polaroid Stories will be performed at 7:30 p.m. on March 7, 8, 13, 14 and 15 and at 2 p.m. on March 16, at the Milo Smith Tower Theatre on the university campus.


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