Central SH Drama Club inducts 10 into International Thespian Society

/Used with permission of Larry Zamba at Zamba Photography

/Used with permission of Larry Zamba at Zamba Photography

The Westosha Central High School drama club inducted 10 new members to the school’s chapter of the International Thespian Society, Troop 2310, during the annual awards ceremony.

The International Thespian Society is an honors organization that recognizes excellence in high school theatre arts.  To become a member students are required to work 100 quality hours in their high school theatre program.  The hours need to be earned by working in two different productions in at least two different areas of theatre arts. This school year the CHS drama club presented the musical “Anything Goes” as well as an adaptation of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummers Night’s Dream” under the direction of Michael Klimzak.

From left to right as pictured above: Nashton Christiansen, Rebekah Gruener, Victoria Menken, Alexis Moroniak, Nicole Noble, Angel Heathcoe, Payton Armbruster, Matthew Smith, and Cassandra Schneider.  (Not pictured: Jerame Tooman)


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