There was a new boy sitting in homeroom when we came in. He was wearing sunglasses inside.
Teen fashionista, Gina, and lovesick surfer boy, P.J., find themselves hand-chosen to be members of an elite clique of cool students led by prank-happy new student, Zack. But when Zack plans a prank that crosses the line, can they stop him before it’s too late?
Inspired by the Saturday morning teen sitcoms of the early 90s, “ZACK” is a clever satirical comedy, set in 1991, that takes on race and tokenism from the rose-colored P.O.V. of two teens of color enrolled in a mostly white Southern California high school.
Run Time: 75 minutes.
10 words or fewer: Whom does the bell save?
Performances from November 20-29 (except the 26th) will be performed via true LIVESTREAM!
All other performances will be a broadcast of a previously captured performance, beginning at the selected show time. For these “video on demand” performances, the video will be accessible for 24 hours from the scheduled start time.
All show times are EST (-5 GMT).
Director: Andrew Hungerford
Scenic & Lighting Designer: Andrew Hungerford
Costume Designer: Noelle Wedig-Johnston
Sound Designer: Douglas Borntrager
Props Design & Scenic Art: Kayla Williams
Stage Manager: Meghan Winter
Technical Director: Henry Bateman
A.J. Baldwin as Gina
David Armando as P.J.