Cambridge HS Night of One Acts, Milton, GA


Emma Toor to direct, May I Have Your Attention, Please?


(Photo and article, North Fulton Neighbor News)

Cambridge High School Advanced Drama Company Seniors will sit in the director’s chair for the company’s “One Acts” series to be performed on March 16 and 17.

“We have five seniors that have been rehearsing the one act plays,” said said Cambridge High School Drama Director Tracey Buot.

All directors are members of the Cambridge Advanced Drama Company.

“The Harsher” will be performed on March 16 and 17 at 7 p.m. in the Cambridge Theatre.

It will be accompanied by two additional one-act performances per evening.

“May I have your attention, please?” and “No More Mister Nice Guy,” will be performed on March 16.

“Dinner with the MacGuffins” and “Happy Birthday Dear Grandpa,” on March 17.

Tickets are $5 and sold at the door.

Cambridge High School is at 2845 Bethany Road in Milton.

More information about the theater department is available at

Lindsay Moscarello is a reporter for Neighbor Newspapers in and around Roswell. She graduated from Auburn University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication.


UPCOMING PERFORMANCES and a New Canadian Province

senioroneactsProud to say, May I Have Your Attention, Please? will soon be performed in another Canadian Province. Thanks, Newfoundland for spreading the message! It is up to 4 Canadian Provinces, 27 US States and Scotland! Keep spreading the message!  #Theatre4Change



03/16/2017 Ponderosa Players, Henry Gordon Academy, CARTWRIGHT, GOOSE BAY , NF

03/16/2017 CAMBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL, MILTON, GA 7 p.m. in the Cambridge Theatre


05/01/2017 GLENOMA , WASHINGTON (2 performances)

GRANITVILLE, SC (2 performances)


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May I Have Your Attention, Please? The Movie

One year I had an extremely talented and driven group of drama students who were able t0 go beyond plays for the stage. They made, May I Have Your Attention, Please? into a movie and showed the final product at the Tri-County Cineplex. This was a wonderful way to bring the message to a larger community. I am including a short introductory clip of that production. Special thanks to Principal Allen Storie for his support for the project and to Larry and Sherry Harris for opening their home for the filming.  #Theatre4Change









When I Taught

I found this clip while going through tons of saved dvds from my years of being a public school teacher. In this interview which aired as part of the school’s tv news, I talk about the benefits of a class called VPA. I always thought teaching was a natural extension of my love for the arts. This interview will give you a glimpse in to the, “teacher” me. The entire newscast appears in the second video.

Spotlight on Royalty Free Play – The Dinner Club

The Dinner Club remains one of my favorite full length plays with a running time of 100 minutes. It takes place in Josie’s Red Grill and cast is 4f and 5 m. The video contains a clip from a live performance in 2005 by Knox Central High School. This would be a great dramatic script for a high school, college or community theatre. The play deals with issues of diversity, domestic violence, tolerance and disability awareness. For a limited time, this is a royalty free option. If you are looking for a piece to address any or all of these issues and are on a budget, this may be your answer. Email for more info.   #Theatre4Change

Sharing the message through Curriculum

I am always honored to have the message of May I Have Your Attention, Please? spread via the stage. It has been an effective way to reach out to large audiences at one act festivals and community performances. Another way to spread the message that also makes me proud is when teachers decide to use the script as part of their curriculum. This also is a way to reach out to many students and being a former High School teacher, it is a way I can attest to firsthand as effective. So however you spread the message, consider adding the script to your curriculum as yet another way of spreading the message of #Theatre4Change.   We’ve reached 25 states, 3 Canadian Provinces and Scotland. Thank you to all who continue to share this message and recommend the play to your friends.

Posted 05-08-2015 12:54

We have produced many plays, over the years, regarding suicide.  These are my favorites.

MAY I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION, PLEASE! by Catherine Rhoden-Goguen (Pioneer).  Each member of the troubled young man’s family reviews how they treated him.  Many warning signs are displayed in this story. We’ve had many positive responses from family and audience members.

AND THEN YOU DIE by Vern Harden takes place in a city dump where a young girl goes to kill herself, but the old homeless man who lives there catches her and talks with her.  She ultimately decides not to end her life, but it’s two person cast.

NOBODY HEARD ME CRY by Vern Harden (Pioneer) is about a Jason whose troubles are heard by mom, step-dad, siblings, friends, but he finds “deaf” ears.

Kathy Siler
Theatre Educator
Payson Unified Schools
Payson AZ