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Goodbye and Good Luck to the Asawa SOTA Theatre Class of 2015!
Congratulations to our winners: Third Place: Madeleine Hubbert (’17), Second Place: Kathryn Dragone (’18) and First Place: India Cale (’18). We’d also like to give a special congratulations to all of our contestants!
India Cale will advance to the English Speaking Union of San Francisco’s Regional Competition on Saturday, March 5, 2016 at Archbishop Riordan High School. To learn more about the English Speaking Union of the United States and the National Shakespeare Competition, visit http://www.esuus.org/sanfrancisco/about/shakespeare_competition/
Congratulations to Mr. Rayher on his completely sold out workshop
entitled "The Use of the 10-Minute Play to Touch All (or Most) of the
California Theatre CA Standards in Grades 9 – 12 (or Thank you Jon
Jory!)". He received such an overwhelming response from the attendees
that the organizers have asked Mr. Rayher a second workshop session! The California Educational Theatre Association (CETA) annual fall Conference "FINDING CENTER- SETTING THE NEW STANDARDS" is being
held October 10-11, 2015 in Pacific Grove, and is the 70th annual gathering of
dedicated, passionate Theatre Educators, K – University from around the
2015 CALIFORNIA STATE SUMMER SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (CSSSA)
Congratulations to the FIFTEEN Asawa Theatre Department students who are this summers California Governor’s State Arts Scholars who were accepted to the 29th California State Summer School of the Arts (CSSSA) 4 week session (July 11 to August 7) in Southern California: Matthew Avery (’16), Isis Castillo (’16), Edith Castorena (’16), Maeve Dellert (’18), Isaac Edejer (’17), Max Gunkel (’17), Isabel Hansen (18), Sara Heckadon (’17), Allene Hegberg (’17), Maximilion Itsikson (’18), Veronika Kramer (’18), Jamie Leung (’17), Schuyler Poh (’17), Bay Tamboury (’18), Casey Valentine (’18).