May 5, 2022

Theatre Arts Banquet

On Friday April 29, the Theatre Arts Department hosted their annual Theatre Arts Banquet. This year, students were also able to enjoy some student-directed scenes, directed by select juniors and seniors in the department. Students also nominated pupils in their class who best represented award winners in theatre. We also had the honor of inducting 32 students into the International Thespian Society and honor new officers for the organization. For the 2022-2023 school year, students elected the following officers:

  • President – Alli Crawford
  • Vice President – Gia Granato
  • Secretary – Kiley Kreitz
  • Treasurer – Jessica Atkins
  • Chaplain – Nicole Santos
  • Historian – Ashnah Sandhu

The evening concluded with senior recognition of nine very special seniors who we have had the privilege of having in the Theatre Arts program. They will be missed, but their legacy will live on in the years to come. Best of luck, and “break a leg” to our graduating seniors. We cannot wait to see what BIG plans God has in store for you all.

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