Rachel K. Ivey Photography – Chelsea High School Theater Presents “Juvie”

In October of 2011, the Chelsea High School Theatre presented Jerome McDonough’s “Juvie,” a play which tells the stories of the teens inside a juvenile detention facility. It is a story of poor choices and their dramatic consequences.

Two teen girls stand toe-to-toe, while another sits in the foreground of their cell in "Juvie."

Two girls get ready to fight in "Juvie."

A teen boy lies catatonic on the floor of the boys' cell in "Juvie."

A teen arsonist lies on the floor of the boys' cell in "Juvie."

Two teen girls learn their sentence in "Juvie."

A stoic "Pinky" receives her sentence in "Juvie."

A teen girl's emotions come screaming out in "Juvie."

A teen girl's emotions come screaming out in "Juvie."

Chelsea H.S. Theatre took this play to the district-level Trumbauer Theatre competition, where they received highest marks and the right to take the play to the Alabama state Trumbauer competition. This talented group of teen brought forth all the raw emotion necessary to convey their story. Additional images can be seen in the following slideshow:

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