When schools were forced to close in March, the drama group at Berkshire Arts and Technology Public Charter School could have thrown in the towel on its spring production.
Instead, it decided to build a better "Mousetrap."
But instead of doing it on stage on May 9 as it originally planned, the club is working on the play in a virtual environment, utilizing the Zoom video conferencing platform to learn the play, develop their characters and discover a new way to present the Agatha Christie play that has been running in London's West End since it opened in 1952.
Get all the details at iBerkshires.com now.

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