By Willow Stephenson
The fall play this year was, You Can’t take It With You, originally written by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart was adapted to the Pueblo County stage by Arts Academy Director Taylor Gilman. The show was sold out within three days, with students filling up the auditorium on Oct. 19 to watch. The performance was a colorful display of a quirky family in the late 1930s, and was a hit with the audience. Elliot Johonson, sophomore said “the actors did wonderfully” Jaiden Urban, Junior held a similar sentiment, “the show was fun to watch”.
The show was student driven, with both the cast and crew all being PCHS attendees. They all put in nearly two months of work to put on the production. Sophia Wiggns, the actor that played Gay, stated, "This show was an amazing experience with hard-working and high-knit cast and crew." Emily Johns, a coustumer, agreed, “the show was difficult but worth it.”
Shows for the general public took place Oct. 19 through Oct. 22, attended by audiences averaging out to 200 people. Overall, it was a major success for TAA!