About You Cannot Undo This Action

The story follows Ronan, a confused young man who, after feeling jilted, carelessly posts the name of Robin, one of his classmates, on an internet forum. The post has deadly consequences, setting the stage for a hate crime. The populations of two local high schools are jolted into shock, grief and anger as students realize how deep and wide their vulnerabilities have become in such a hyper-connected world. Lane, haunted by visions of their friend Robin, sleuths out the cause of their friend’s murder and takes justice into their own hands.


Stage Directions – Jessica Sommerville 

The Students of Adams HS

Lane – Hannah Harrison 

Robin – Mackenzie Binsacca 

Ronan – Joe Koppy 

Brian – Christopher Karo 

Michelle – Shae McCarty 

Amethyst - Katie Course 

Austin – Bennett Buchholz 

Sequoia – Alexa Bayliff 

Shawn – Savannah Baird 

The Students of Lafayette HS

Henry – Kai Kimball 

Blake – Nick Hailer 

Taylor – Mia Lindsay 

Harper – Joanna Rehwald 

Drew - Aidan Broderick 

Andy – Madeline Botsford 

Kelsey – Renee Kaldor

University of Portland

The theater program is a strong liberal arts training program designed to provide students with a foundation in the areas of performances, design and technology, and history and literature. In addition, students are required to choose an emphasis in performance, design and technology, or production management to study at an advanced level. Throughout a student's years in the program, there are ample opportunities to apply both academic knowledge and acquired skills to a variety of live production experiences. A senior project in a student's particular area of emphasis serves as a capstone to culminate four years of study. All of this theoretical and hands-on learning takes place in a personal, supportive, collegial environment. We pride ourselves on personal mentorship of each theater student. As a theater major or minor, you will find tremendous opportunities both on-and-off stage to fulfill your artistic goals and cultivate a lifelong connection to theater.