The Geneva High School Drama Club production of “Frostbite,” a haunting new one-act drama by Lisa D'Amour, will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3, 4 and 5 in the Black Box Theatre at the Carter Road campus.
On a chilly night in Duluth, three high school students head to a clearing in the woods in search of some excitement, where they find a scrawny, shivering kid who claims to be more than 100 years old.
With the aid of a teen Greek chorus that participates in the action, the newcomer enacts his epic story that challenges them to face their own hopes and fears about identity, adventure, life's expectations, and great love.
Directed by Kevin Schoonover, the cast includes features Erinne Carney, Jesse Collins, Emily Cowles, Brenna English-Loeb, Marie Halfman, Anthony Luzzi, Chelsea Martin, Christopher Martin, Hannah Schoonover and Lauren Wilsey.
Original on-stage musical accompaniment and underscoring is by James Eddington and Zachary Schoonover. Jasmine O'Connell and Ashley Reynolds are co-stage managers; Nikki Godino is light board operator; technical assistance is provided by Bruce Purdy and Mary Schoonover is the assistant to the director.
Doors will open at 7 p.m. each night; seating is limited. Tickets are $4 general admission, $3 for senior citizens and $2 for students, and are available at Area Records and Music, the HWS College Store, the GHS main office, or by calling (315) 781-4179.