Alice in Wonderland at SETC

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Alice in Wonderland at SETC

Victoria Steward, Managing Editor/Arts Editor

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Every year around this time, twenty schools from the South Eastern United States travel to the Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC). Two schools ten states compete to win Nationals. These schools first have to win 1st or 2nd place at the regional competition that takes place a few months earlier. Then they move on to the state competition, the top two in the state are sent to SETC. Students are able to audition for over 130 colleges and attend many theatre-related workshops while at this conference.

SCAPA Lafayette’s Alice in Wonderland, won 2nd place at the regional competition. They then went on the win 1st place at the state competition. Owensboro High School’s production of Waylen is also competing at SETC.

Alice in Wonderland had a very successful trip. The cast and crew received an all superior rating, which is the highest score. Jackson Becker, the White Rabbit, and Walker Cody, the Mad Hatter, both received All-Star Cast awards. Mrs. Kisling, received the award for Best Director.

After seven months of hard work, superior ratings are much deserved by this wonderfully mad cast and crew.