By: Sharon Aron Baron
Congratulations to the Ramblewood Middle School Junior Thespians who returned from the 2018 State Festival after winning numerous awards including First Place Critic’s Choice for the second year in a row.
Held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Principal Cory Ann Smith said she couldn’t be prouder of the talented troupe and ‘Teacher of the Year’ Meagan Nagy.
“Ms. Nagy and her students put in countless hours to produce and perform at a professional level,” said Smith. “As I often hear, ‘these are middle school students?’ Her dedication to our drama program motivates her students to achieve their highest potential as Thespians.
Here is how the Ramblewood Middle School Junior Thespians performed at States:
Critics Choice Solo (Best at State)- “Greatest Star” Fallon Collins
Critics Choice Duet (Best at State)- “Freedom” Fallon Collins & Jocelyn Gomez
Honorable Mention (Runner up Best at State)- “Mama Who Bore Me”
Emma Sugarman and Hailey Zaichick
One Act Awards for the production of Daybreak.
Best Tech Crew
Best Set Design
Best Actress- Fallon Collins
All star cast- Redlee Magloire
All star crew- Jazzlyn Kopczyk, Taylor Youngblood, and Leslie Watts
For two years in a row:
Critic’s Choice Performance
Critic’s Choice Tech
Ramblewood Middle School is a Broward County Public School and is located in Coral Springs.
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