Liverpool High School Casting Hall will present three one-act plays at 8 p.m. Friday Nov. 12 and Saturday Nov. 13 in the LHS Auditorium.
Casting Hall students will perform "That Was No Lady, That Was a Private Eye," by Dennis Snee, "DMV Tyrant," by Christopher Durang, and "The Cop and the Anthem," adapted for the stage by Mark Bucci.
The first play is a parody of film noir that also takes the audience back to the 1970s, the second is a short play that deals with modern day frustrations about renewing a driver's license at the Department of Motor Vehicles, and the third is based on the early 1900s O. Henry story about a man, down on his luck, who wants three square meals and a place to sleep in the winter.
LHS Casting Hall advisors Catherine Osinski and Marty Bullis have been working with more than 50 student actors, directors, tech crew and director's assistants. LHS teachers Carolyn Gordon and Tom Catera have provided additional help with costumes and lighting.
Tickets will be general admission, and are $6 for all seats. Interested community members can call LHS at 453-1500 for specifics on how to purchase tickets. Tickets also will be sold at the door the nights of the show.