Life at Lee' skit auditions open March 1
By Gabrielle Ellison, Staff Writer
The annual Lee Day weekend production 'Life at Lee' will be holding auditions on March 1 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Michael DelBonis, the director of Lee's drama team Kingdom Players and the overseer of the production, explained the show's place in the weekend's activities.
'The whole [Lee Day] weekend is informational. Life at Lee is informational too,' DelBonis said. 'It's a way to show off certain aspects you hear about on a tour or see in a classroom. There are [also] some inside jokes for current Lee students.'
The show is comprised of skits and videos which are predominantly performed and created by students.
It has featured themes in the past reminiscent of late night comedy shows, and DelBonis said that this year would be no different.
Auditions will be held to scout for celebrity impersonators, extras, dancers, and other roles.
The show will be performed in the Conn Center during Lee Day weekend in April.
'Life At Lee is the best part of Lee Day weekend,' DelBonis said. 'It's just a lighthearted look at Lee.'
The show will take place on April 9 at 2:30 p.m. in the Conn Center.