Douglas Gets National Fellowship at Kennedy Center

March 26, 2010 Purnell Cropper

The Arcadia University Theater program is proud to have three senior students—Katie Scheidt, Robin Stamey, and Jamal Douglas—participating in the National Festival at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., April 12-18.

In recognition of his outstanding work in Home, Douglas ’10 is one of three acting students around the country offered a National Selection Team Fellowship by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. The fellowship includes tickets to the invited productions of the Festival, participation in the master classes offered to the national finalists of the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship, and casting in various KCACTF new play award and short play showcases (script-in-hand readings) with professional casts from the D.C. community. Read more about Douglas.

Also attending National Festival in April is Scheidt ’10, winner of the Region II Alcone Company Make-up Design Award for her make-up design for Arcadia University’s production of The Princess Rescuers. Read more about Scheidt. Stamey ’10, also traveling to D.C. in April, was the Region II winner of a National Barbizon Award for Theatrical Design at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival for her light design for Arcadia University’s production of Home. Read more about Stamey.

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