Shout Out to Honors Students Who Helped with “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”

We have heard great things about this year’s theatre production of “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” and we wanted to say a quick thank you to all of the Honors students who helped out or performed in the production! Below is a list of all the honors and prospective honors students who helped make these performances a success:

Pre-Pharmacy Major, Monica Polkowski, played flute for the production

Pre-Med Major, Mackenzie Main, played a Conquest in the Ensemble as well as working as a choreographer for the production

Pre-Optometry Major, Danielle Jandura, played a Conquest in the Ensemble for the production

Pre-Pharmacy Major, Adam Jandura, played Freddy Benson for the production

Pre-Pharmacy Major, Mary Peltz, played Renee and was a choreographer for the production

Pre-Pharmacy Major, Anna Adrianse, played percussion for the production

Pre-Pharmacy Major, Emily Cortes, was part of the costume crew as well as the spot light operator for the production

Elementary Education Major, Paige Baker, played an usherette and waitress in the ensemble for the production

Graphic Design Major, Sarah Massey, played percussion for the production

Digital Animation and Game Design Major, Ashleigh Allen, played Sophia in the Ensemble for the production

Television and Digital Media Production Major, Michael Herman, played Sailor 1 in the Ensemble for the production

Manufacturing Engineering Major, Dewight Braxton, played a Patron in the Ensemble for the production

Energy Systems Engineering Major, Kayli Witulski, played a Patron in the Ensemble for the production

Building Construction Technology Major, Dillion Hakken, worked in the crew on deck for the production

Graphic Design Major, Morgan Dodson, worked in the crew on deck for the production

Industrial Electronics Technology Major, Keegan Wilhelm, worked in the crew on the light board for the production

We are excited to see so many students from such diverse fields of study taking time out of their busy schedules to help make these theatre productions a reality. We can not wait to see what is to come for all of you next!

 

 

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