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Published 5:12 PM, Monday, January 4, 2021

Although it is not possible to play traditional drama works, the students of Helena High School still produced Don Zolidis's drama help desk movie works to fill the gap in school art.

Theater director Jefferson Casey stated that the work is a series of dialogues between service desk operators and people seeking help to achieve specific goals.

Casey said: "We made this movie into a movie." "While following COVID-19 safety precautions, we have been setting up this equipment in the classroom. We spent about three weeks with about 22 Filming with famous actors, excluding scenes designed and produced by high-tech students, makeup and costumes designed by us."

The dramatic style is particularly useful because the dynamic nature of the scenes shot for the film allows for a more pandemic environment during the shooting process.

The scene was filmed in Kathy's classroom. He said that the similarity of the lighting made the scene more realistic. This class helps transform the classroom from an ordinary classroom with a stage design into a classroom.

"Let students have a lot of fun. They have the opportunity to be ridiculous and stupid, and have some fun," Casey said. "We ended the program for nearly an hour and 45 minutes."

The movie will be available to family, friends and anyone else online. The price is set to $11 and can be found online at https://gofan.co/app/school/AL67193.

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