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Updated: February 27, 2020 @ 6:14 pm
As Mr. Hart, played by Mark Karpf has his secretary Doralee, played by Kennie Gable write notes, he reaches for her, despite both being married. Doralee’s typical work day is filled with demeaning ogling and groping from Mr. Hart.
Kennie Gable portrays Doralee, a character who faces sexual advances from her boss on a daily basis in the production of 9-to-5.
In their Oral Interpretation of Drama of “9-to-5,” three women struggle with their sexist boss, Mr. Hart played by Mark Karpf, not giving women promotions and trying to touch them inappropriately. The women talk about fighting back before a series of events sends Hart to the hospital and shocking promotions are awarded. Pictured are Autumn Elsen, Madi Walker and Kennie Gable.
Autumn Elsen’s character Judy is the new employee in the office in Gering’s oral interpretation of drama 9-to-5. After meeting the boss and hearing his remarks about her curvy body, the other women explain how Mr. Hart is difficult to handle.
Doralee, played by Kennie Gable, and Violet, played by Madi Walker, struggle with their jobs as their boss Mr. Hart, played by Mark Karpf, confines the women to secretarial roles. The Gering students presented the Oral Interpretation of Drama during the Scottsbluff speech meet on Saturday, Jan. 11.
Autumn Elsen’s character in the production “9-to-5” muffles her boss, played by Mark Karpf as she and her fellow co-workers hold him hostage for making their jobs difficult and uncomfortable.
Hannah Boyd delivers her first extemporaneous speech at the Scottsbluff speech meet on Saturday, Jan. 11. Boyd received the prompt and had an hour to write and memorize her speech before delivering it to the judge.
During their Oral Interpretation of Drama performance, Kennie Gable’s character pulls out a gun and points it at her boss, played by Mark Karpf. The Bulldogs competed in their first speech meet at Scottsbluff on Saturday, Jan. 11 and won their class.
Madi Walker’s character Violet brushes her teeth and tongue as she prepares for another “9-to-5” shift. The Gering Oral Interpretation of Drama group Mark Karpf, Madi Walker, Autumn Elsen and Kennie Gable tell the story of women struggling to be treated as equals by their boss and their seemingly innocent plan that leads to an unexpected ending.
The Gering speech team won the Scottsbluff speech invite by 53 sweepstakes points.
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