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ICC theatre students earn national recognition

ICC theatre students earn national recognition

In January, four of our ICC students were recognized by the Kennedy Center for their work in last semester’s production of Dead Man’s Cell Phone, at the American College Theatre Festival in South Dakota.


Two of our technical students were recognized by ACTF; Gabrielle Leonard (an ICC sophomore from Udall High School), recognized for her technical work as Stage Manager, and Matthew Gardner (an ICC freshman from Independence High School), recognized for his technical work as Sound Designer. Austin Hancock (ICC freshman from Field Kindley High School),  and Amia Chavez-Martinez  (ICC freshman from Labette County High School), both recognized for their performances in Dead Man’s Cell Phone, were awarded Irene Ryan acting competition nominations to compete on the reginal level.


This is the first time in many years that Independence Community College submitted work to the Kennedy Center, and we are very proud of our students for their achievements and recognitions.


Independence Community College’s next production is the musical "[Title of Show]" (Yes, that's really the name of the show! It's the clean version.) March 29 & 30 at 7 p.m., and March 31 at 2 p.m. in the William Inge Theater.