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Shorter students dominate statewide theatre conference
Shorter College theatre students had an impressive showing at last week¹s Georgia Theatre Conference (GTC).
Two Shorter students, Asha Brownie-Gordon and Doront¹e Evans, were honored at the conference for receiving the highest scores during competition. Both students were given awards to mark their accomplishments.
College students participating in the GTC competed for the chance to be waived through to the next round of competition at the Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC).
Shorter students make up 31 percent of the 78 college students who were approved to continue to the SETC.
Students qualifying from Shorter include: Jonathan Altman, Elizabeth Booman, Asha Brownie-Gordon, Audrey Crocker, Callie Edwards, Doront¹e Evans, Laura Lee Gill, Jennifer Holcombe, Lauren Irving, Hannah Jacobs, John Mark Jernigan, Grant Jordan, Christopher Lewis, Michael Lindsey, William Lucas, Elizabeth MacDonell, Nicholas Mason, Katie Northcutt, Melissa Powell, Hannah Strickland, Elizabeth Telford, Zachary Vandever, Preston Watson, Kristin Wolf, Katie Zaloumes and Trey Getz (alternative).
The SETC will be held in March 2009 in Birmingham, Ala.
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