Shout Out to FSU Theatre for a Successful Fall 2017 Production

We have heard great things about this fall’s theater production of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” music and lyrics by William Finn, book by Rachel Sheinkin, and conceived by Rebecca Feldman. 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 students who helped make these performances a success:

Accountancy, Gretchen Parker, played the part of ‘Comfort Counselor’

Applied Mathematics, Olivia Tower, played the part of ‘Comfort Counselor’

Applied Mathematics, Ben Doyle, played percussion in the Orchestra

Applied Speech Communication, Clare Green, played the part of ‘Leaf Coneybear’

Career Exploration, Braden Wells, was working the light board

Computer Information Systems, Jacob Salinas, played the part of ‘Comfort Counselor’ and was part of the prop crew

Digital Animation and Game Design, Natalie Rogers, was a Costume Designer and part of the costume crew

English, Lily Cyr, played the part of ‘Brook Coneybear’

Environmental Biology, Amber Hubbard, was working deck

Graphic Design, Sarah Massey, played violin in the orchestra

Industrial Chemistry, Adam Jandura, played the part of ‘Vice-Principal Douglas Panch’

Medical Laboratory Science, Kylie Hogan, was part of the set construction crew and was a spot 

Pre-Pharmacy, Lucas Orosco, played the part of ‘Paul Coneybear’

Pre-Nursing, Leanna Kwilos, played the part of ‘Logainne Schwartzandgrubenierre’ and was part of the costume crew

Pre-Optometry, Samuel McNeill, played the part of ‘Olive’s Dad’ 

Psychology, Emily Cortes, played the part of ‘Singing Set Crew’

Psychology, April Wilson, was part of the costume crew and was a spot

Psychology, Emily Lewis, was Stage Manager and was in charge of props

Television and Digital Media Production, Michael Hermann, played the part of ‘Comfort Counselor’

 

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 theater productions a reality. We can not wait to see what is to come for all of you next!

 

 

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