Theatre Department Ends Season with Recognition

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The Truman Theatre Department closed out a successful year by receiving two honors from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF).
After selling out the last two performances of “The Rocky Horror Show,” Truman Theatre was notified that their production received the honor of being considered to participate in the regional Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival that will take place in January. Less than 10% of entered productions in the region earn the possibility of being invited to perform at the festival. Student and faculty artists will have to wait until December to find out if the musical will be selected to travel to Des Moines for the festival.
In April, Brad Carlson, technical director/designer, was invited to serve as a guest artist and mentor at the national Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. While in Washington, he moderated the plenary session. All of the festival attendees, including nationally recognized artists, took part in the discussion entitled, “The Best Practices in Creative Team Collaboration.”
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