The Pandemic Project: Part 2

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  • Marcela Arambula, 9, playing herself in “The Pandemic Project.” Her character is showing off the dancing skills she learned over a zoom call (Photo by Z. Knust).

  • Alex Kaljumaa and Remington White, 10, sitting on opposite sides of a fictional wall that separates 2 villages. Their 2 villages were hit by a plague and they are the only survivor of the plague (Photo by Z.Knust)

  • Zach Bradshaw, 11, playing the COVID-19 Virus personified. Bradshaw reaches his hand out to try and infect Alex Lopez, 9 (Photo by Z. Knust).

  • Alex Lopez, 9, playing herself in “The Pandemic Project.” Lopez is attempting to banish Zach Bradshaw, 11, who plays the COVID-19 Virus personified (Photo by Z. Knust).

  • Carter Smotherman, 9, during “The Pandemic Project: Part 2” is giving a monologue. (Photo by Z.Knust)

  • Marcela Arambula, 9, washing her hands to get rid Zach Bradshaw, 9, playing of the COVID-19 Virus personified (Photo by Z.Knust).

  • Remington White, 10, pulls out a gun while being a mime stuck in a box. He pulls the gun while saying the line “I’m willing to give it a shot” (Photo by Z.Knust).

  • Remington White, 10, plays a mime stuck in a box gasping for air. Erin Scroggins, 10, making fun of White’s character because there is no actual box for him to be stuck in (Photo by Z.Knust).

  • Ashlyn Lake, 11, plays Pestilence and Zach Bradshaw, 11, plays COVID-19 personified, celebrating the success of the COVID-19 virus. Damion Casaert, 12, playing Famine talking to Lake about Pestilence Celebration Party (Photo by Z.Knust).

  • The Cast of the “Pandemic Project: Part 2,” pose together at the end of their performance (Photo by Z. Knust).

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Zack Knust, Staff Writer