Ever wonder why your cat acts like he’s king of the world? Or why flamingos stand on one leg? Have you ever imagined what a spider would have to say to a fly just before devouring him, or what "small talk" sounds like when a cannibalistic female praying mantis goes on a date with a naïve male praying mantis?

All of these questions and more will be answered when you see Born to be Wild, a play performed by County Line High School students and teachers this Friday, October 18, at 7:00 pm in the County Line Auditorium. The show is free to all, and donations will be taken to aid the Drama department at the school.

Ten short scenes featuring animals acting as humans will be portrayed. The first act includes "Curiosity Killed the Cat," featuring Maranda Watson and Audrey Wallace, "What a Tangled Web We Weave," featuring Hueseng Xiong and Bailey Price-Bateson, "Standing on One Leg is For the Birds," starring Trent Gattis and Bethany Shaw, "Ignorance is Bliss," featuring the talents of teachers Mark Harris, April Shaw, Anna Evans, Gwen Couthren, and Loretta Jones with students Laken Elliott, Madison Vigil, and Maddie Porter, "What’s My Motivation," starring Taelor Acord and Matt Vigil.

The second act will include "Teens Can Make Their Parents Batty," featuring Bailey Price-Bateson, Mitchell McCarley, and Maranda Watson, "The Heist," with Macayla Duggar, Maddie Porter, Audrey Wallace, Katie Gregory, "Till Death Do Us Part," starring Shelby Lowrey, Trent Gattis, and Hueseng Xiong, "Deer Xing," featuring Mitchell McCarley, Bethany Shaw, Shelby Lowrey, and Katie Gregory, and " The News Can Be Bananas," starring Macayla Duggar and Matt Vigil with Madison Vigil and Laken Elliott.