Troupe 3759 competes at ThesCon

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Theatre Company in their costumes for their One Act. It placed superior.

Over the weekend of December 1-3, Thespian Troupe 3759 traveled to the Colorado Thespian Conference to compete and learn about all things theatre.

Of the events they competed in the One Act, performed by Theatre Company, entitled “The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza” got a superior rating, the highest possible.

“All things considered, like the stage being too small, I think it went really well. The judge thought it was funny and we scored really well,” says Amelia Buchmeier ’17.

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Troupe 3759 poses as a group. The weekend was full of excitement.

Other thespians that competed in individual events include Floren Kahan ’20 singing “Still Hurting” from “The Last Five Years,” Sophia Johnson-Grimes ’17 singing “Kindergarten Boyfriend” from “Heathers,” Colie Lemon ’17 singing “Burn” from “Hamilton,” Vivian Romano ’18 singing “Dyin’ Ain’t So Bad” from “Bonnie and Clyde” and Portia Glommen ’18 singing “Don’t Want to Be Here” from “Ordinary Days”

“It is all about getting experience, ThesCon is a great way to do that,” says Colie Lemon ’17.

Also at ThesCon Lemon, Johnson-Grimes, Connor Mudd ’17 and Daria Davidoff ’17 participated in senior auditions for over 30 different schools and scholarships. Adam Downing ’17, Asher Farr ’17, Eden Farr ’19, Matthew Bradow ’17, Lauren Clouse ’17, Anna Rosenthal ’17, Liam Tilton ’17, Ted Unkart ’17 participated in the improv showcase and Buchmeier, Adam Ernest ’17 and Brianna Martinez ’17 partook in the tech challenge.

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