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I & You Invited to Perform at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival
February 15, 2019
Hannah Welter '10: Creating Visual Worlds
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Creating a Madhouse: A four-year creative journey brought an original play to campus.
Senior Theatre Major directs full length main stage production, Secret in the Wings
Professor Siekmann Honored With the KCACTF’s Gold Medallion Award.
‘Oh Yeah!’ Alum Voices the Kool-Aid Man.
Hannah worked as a lead scenic artist for Gothic Moon Productions. She currently works for Sets Unlimited and Pfinix Creative Group. Her projects have included work for Disneyland, She has returned to design costumes at Concordia for Hamlet, I Never Saw Another Butterfly, Pride and Prejudice and Still Life with Iris. Read story »
Wesley moved to NYC to pursue acting and has appeared in In the Heights at Theatre Under the Stars in Houston TX, and a new play called Choir Boy by Tarrell Alvin McCranney at Briggs Opera House in Vermont. He has also done three international tours as a featured dancer/performer with Magic of the Dance in both Germany and Taiwan. Recently he was cast in a production of The Scottsboro Boys directed by the original Broadway director. Outside of performing in shows, Wesley is a proud member of the 68 Cent Crew Theatre Co (LA/NY). He works as the social media coordinator and house manager for St. Luke's Off Broadway Theatre.
Katie is in her second internship (2016-17) at a Tony Award-winning LORT theatre – currently she is at Actor’s Theatre of Louisville in a producing internship after completing an artistic internship (2015-16) at La Jolla Playhouse where she worked directly for the casting and literary departments. Outside of that she has stage managed A Midsummer Night’s Dream for Fruitless Moon Productions and I, Joan for Mitsopoulos Productions and directed the production of Ozombie bin Laden: in 3-D! for the San Diego Fringe Festival.
Melissa is living in Pagosa Springs, CO. She is performing in Cabaret (Frenchie), The Little Mermaid (Attina) and A Funny Thing Happened...Forum (a Protean) at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts. Other credits: The Music Man (Marian) at the Durango Arts Center and The Rocky Horror Show (Columbia) at the Strater Theatre, The Night Cap Club (Lorna), Cowboys Are My Weakness (Selway), A Chorus Line (Tricia) and featured ensemble in Beauty and the Beast and Les Miserables at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts.
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