Gus Wetter students wrote, directed and acted in the one-act plays at the Castor Community Hall on Nov. 16. (photo submitted)

Gus Wetter students wrote, directed and acted in the one-act plays at the Castor Community Hall on Nov. 16. (photo submitted)

Castor’s Raider Theatre hosts evening of one-act plays at hall

Despite a little bit of bad weather, the show continued for Gus Wetter’s Raider Theatre students.

The students hosted the community for an evening of one-act plays on Nov. 16 at the Castor Community Hall.

With roads being bad, numbers in the audience were down from what was anticipated; however, according to the faculty advisor for the group, Jaymi Rausch, around 40 people still braved the weather to check out the youth performance.

To support the young thespians, Castor Little Theatre paid the rent for the community hall for the evening.

Those who did brave the elements were able to treat themselves to concession items as well.

The kids on stage performed five separate plays, two of which were actually written by the students themselves. Otherwise, all the performances were directed and acted by the kids.

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Students performed five one-act plays during the evening. (Photo submitted)

Students performed five one-act plays during the evening. (Photo submitted)

Around 40 people braved the poor roads to see what Raider Theatre had cooking at the evening of one-act plays on Nov. 16. (Photo submitted)

Around 40 people braved the poor roads to see what Raider Theatre had cooking at the evening of one-act plays on Nov. 16. (Photo submitted)