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56 young actors attend RRDG theater

By Staff Report

August 13, 2008 at 11:45 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

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On Thursday, July 31, the River Region Drama Guild’s free Summer Theatre workshop concluded with a stage performance at the River Region Performing Arts and Cultural Center in Norco.

This year’s 8-night workshop was attended by 56 young actors. Every participant was assigned a part in the final night’s productions, which were performed to a capacity audience. Sara Tweedy directed with the assistance of Heidi Schindler and Henry Sorbet.

The workshop participants were: Haley Andrews, Allison Arcuri, Destiny Billot, Marilyn Bolton, Emilie Boucvalt, Bardy Caillouet, CJ Carez, Arianna Clark, Maddie Cochran, Chloe Cowen, Allie David, Amanda Draughon, Hailey Draughon, Mia Dufresne, Emmaline Edwards, Taylor Jordan Eyman, Asia Farlough, Destiny Garcia, Madison Genzale, Elizabeth Gilmore, Blaire Guidry, Alyssa Guillot, Elise Hamilton, Melinda Hughey, Samantha Hughey, Bailee Hurm, Zachry Huxen, Cami Hymel, Chloe Jaramillo, Lauren Jaubert, Gracie Johnson, Katie Johnson, Joseph Johnson, Evan Keller, Deanne Lamartiniere, Rosie Lloyd, Savannah Lloyd, Aisosa Ogunbor, Alexis O’Sullivan, Corrin Otillio, Jennifer Pahnka, Courtney Parker, Katie Pintado, Ryant Price, Abby Rochelle, Brittany Schaubhut, Brant Singleton, Madison Stein, Paul Sullivan, Victoria Tabor, Evan Thibodeaux, Kara Tucker, Erik Vinnett, Emily Vosbein, Kyle Wiley and Alyssa Wininger.




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