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Theater students nominated for prestigious regional acting competition

Theater students nominated for prestigious regional acting competition

Two ICC freshman were recently nominated to participate in the primary regional acting competition for college-level theater students, finalizing a list of nominations from the ICC theater program.

 

Kierra Kellum (St. Louis, Mo.) and Mylee Cronin (Lineville, Ala.) have been invited to compete at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) this January at South Dakota State University. They were nominated by faculty of other theater departments for their performances in the recent ICC Theater production of “The Glass Menagerie,” directed by Paul Molnar.

 

The students join fellow ICC theater students Austin Hancock (Coffeyville) and Dylan Waterman (Paola), who were also nominated to compete based on their work in the October ICC production of “Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them,” directed by Page Petrucka. Previous ICC nominiees include McKenzie Clay (Coffeyville) and Christian Lucas (Paola) who were nominated for performances in the 2017-18 ICC productions of “Title of Show” and “She Kills Monsters.”

 

Based at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., KCACTF promotes outstanding college-level theater among more than 600 higher education institutions nationwide.