I am a sophomore at BGSU Firelands, and have been involved in plays since I was in sixth grade. Through all the plays I've been involved in, I've come to find that there is more work that goes into a play than many people might think. There are six weeks of rehearsals, line memorization, set building, setting lights, making props, publicity and many other things that pull a play together. All of these things take a lot of time and determination; and there is nothing more frustrating than spending all your time and effort on a play, only to perform to a house of 30 people or less.
Frank Glann, a professor at Firelands, is the director for the upcoming play "The Miser". He and the cast have dedicated themselves to this play for the past six weeks and I can tell you that their hard work truly shows. "The Miser" is a French comedy written by Moliere described as "The world-famous antic about the world's stingiest man". It is a fun, light show with bright, vibrant costumes and the actors do a fine job as their characters.
Editor's note: "The Miser" continues through Sunday. See sanduskyregister.com for ticket information.