C-SC students honored at Kennedy Center Festival
Thursday, February 03, 2011
CANTON, Mo. – Culver-Stockton College would like to congratulate C-SC theatre students on their recent performances at the Kennedy Center’s American College Theatre Festival Region V in Ames, Iowa.
Whitney Colston, senior theatre major from Neosho, Mo., received a merit award for her costume designs for “The Riding Club.” Danielle Hauer, senior art management major from Troy, Mo., also received a merit award for her role as assistant director for the C-SC production of “The Foursome.”
C-SC theatre students Jerica Exum, senior art management major from Chicago Heights, Ill.; Erin Carmody, senior speech and theatre education major from St. Louis, Mo.; Kathy Holstein, sophomore art management major; Meghan Townley, sophomore art management major from Quincy, Ill.; Hollyann Lille, sophomore musical theatre major from Roscoe, Ill.; Joey Burbach, senior theatre major from Grant City, Mo.; Brandon Mundschenk, freshman theatre major from Deer Park, Ill.; Travis Dahlhauser, senior speech major from Rockford, Ill.; Tim Maples, sophomore musical theatre major from Chicago, Ill.; Beau Becraft, senior communication major from Memphis, Mo.; Nick Johnson, sophomore theatre major from Fieldon, Ill.; Zach Martin, senior theatre major from Decatur, Ill.; and Ian Heath, junior theatre and pre-law major from St. Louis, Mo., also competed in acting competitions, theatre workshops, regional theatre and summer stock auditions, play readings and design competitions during the festival held Jan. 16-22, 2011.
Members of the “The Riding Club” cast were also invited to perform a scene for the Festival Scene Showcase. C-SC Assistant Professor of Theatre Jeffrey Kellogg was also invited to be on a play reading committee during the 2011 KC/ACTF festival.
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