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Paly Theater rounds out the year with One Acts

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Students in the Palo Alto High School theater program performed a hilarious and, at times, heart-wrenching, show compiled of student-directed one-act plays May 3-5 in the Paly Performing Arts Center.

“It’s completely student-made,” senior Nandini Relan, who produced the show, said. “It’s student-directed, student-produced, student-designed. … It’s exciting because you don’t really get to see all of these students work sometimes, and this is a really good opportunity to see what our students are capable of.”

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