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State Awards at Trumbauer Festival
Laine Williams

A huge congratulations to all of our theatre students who competed against 1,500 other students in the state level of the Walter Trumbauer Secondary Festival sponsored by the Alabama Conference of Theatre at Troy University: Johnny Stumpff, Cricket Davis, Karleigh Watts, Ajani Salvary, Kaavya Karthikeyan, Olivia Vanlandingham, Lilith Dyson, Jeffrey Youngson, Lucine Carsen, Jimmy Sears, Justin Lewis, Karrington Manley, Kirstan Davie, Dima Reem Gambino, Madeleine Beckwith, Ingrid Smyer, Valeria Blanco, Margaret Schedler, Katie Soong, Sarah Whitley, Lizzie Maxey, Bud Gidiere, Andrew Herrin, and Jeremy Doster.

Individual Awards:

Kirstan Davie won 1st Place in the State in Solo Classical Musical Theatre (Dramatic) and earned the title of All-Star Cast in the One-Act Festival for her performance as Ms. Gretta Bell in Fame.

Lucine Carsen & Jeremy Doster won 2nd Place in the State in Duet Classical Acting (Dramatic).

Jeffery Youngson earned the title of All-Star Cast in the One-Act Festival for his performance as Schlomo in Fame.

Jeremy Doster earned a Superior Medal in Solo Classical Acting (Dramatic).

Jimmy Sears earned a Superior Medal in Solo Classical Acting (Dramatic).

Lucine Carsen earned a Superior Medal in Solo Contemporary Acting (Dramatic).

Valeria Blanco earned a Superior Medal in Solo Contemporary Acting (Comedic).

Cricket Davis earned a Superior Medal in Solo Contemporary Musical Theatre Up-tempo (Dramatic).

Kaavya Karthikeyan earned a Superior Medal in Solo Contemporary Musical Theatre Up-tempo (Dramatic).

Johnny Stumpff earned a Medal of Excellence in Solo Contemporary Musical Theatre Ballad (Dramatic).

Lilith Dyson earned a Medal of Excellence in Solo Contemporary Musical Theatre Ballad (Dramatic).

Congratulations to everyone!

 

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