The Brady High School One-Act Play cast will present its 2003 public performance on Thursday, March 20 at 7 p.m. in the BHS auditorium. A 40-minute production, the play takes place on a cold fall day in the late 1930s or early 40s at a railroad station. “A Ticket to the City” was written by Donald Elser and published by Samuel French, Inc. This year’s One-Act Play directors at Brady High School are Laura Gonzalez and Preasley Cooper. Admission to the public performance is $3 for adults, $1.50 for students and under school-age children will be free of charge. Students performing in the production and the character in which they play are: CHRISTOPHER AUGERO’ticket agent; DIANE SCHUFFLER’a lady; Adam Hodges’a soldier; Stanley Lewis’a young man; John Williamson’an older man; Leslie Ranne’a girl; Jessica Reynolds’a woman. Members of the crew are: Michelle Devenport, Timothy Estrada, Bryson Owen and Jennifer Roque. Alternate is Erin Moore. In addition to the upcoming Thursday performance, the BHS One-Act-Play group will perform in the Region 1, District 6 competition on Saturday, March 22 in Brownwood at 3:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend each performance and support the local One-Act Play cast and crew.