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Stevenson High School captures state title in one-act play festival
The Stevenson High School Theater troupe has earned the state championship in a one-act play festival.
The Titan Theater Troupe claimed the Division I Championship at the Michigan Interscholastic Forensic Association’s one-play festival for its production of Noises Off.
The February 14 state championship at Chelsea High School follows a full sweep of first place finishes at district and regional competitions.
The annual MIFA festival challenges students to set up and stage a production within a 45-minute period.
The students are judged on ten categories focused on acting, technical aspects of the show and overall presentation by judges Michael Gillespie from Oakland University, Robin Nott from Gull Lake High School, and Bill Anderson from the Midland Center for the Arts. MORE.
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