Coed, independent, PK3-12th grade school in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Thespian Troupe 3140 at 2023 FL State Festival

by by Michael McCarthy, US Musical Theatre Instructor
Congratulations to Shorecrest Thespian Troupe 3140!
From Thursday through Saturday, Upper School Thespians attended the Florida State Thespian Festival held at the Tampa Convention Center. Students took part in theatrical workshops and attended mainstage performances including the David Lindsay-Abaire play "Rabbit Hole" at the beautiful Tampa Theatre, and the Peter Stone musical "1776" performed at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts. 
Over the course of the festival each school may present up to six qualifying acts, and all of the Shorecrest acts received adjudication awards at State.
The results in order of performance:
Jolie Bentley '23 and Layla Hambleton '25 - STATE SUPERIOR
Duet Musical: "How the Other Half Lives" from "Thoroughly Modern Millie" 
Director: Sarah Ellis Morgan '23 - STATE EXCELLENT
Cast: Ethan Bekurs '24, Lauren Brumbelow '24, Marco Camuzzi '23, Sofi Rosales '24
Student Directed Scene: "Bad Jews," a play by Joshua Harmon
Lauren Brumbelow '24 - STATE EXCELLENT
Solo Musical: "I'm Not" from "Little by Little"
Ethan Bekurs '24 - STATE SUPERIOR
Monologues: "Laughing Wild" by Christopher Durang and "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Aaron Sorkin and Harper Lee
Marco Camuzzi '23 and Sarah Ellis Morgan '23 - STATE SUPERIOR
Duet Musical: "Therapy" from "Tick Tick Boom"
Verity Rabin '23 - STATE SUPERIOR
Solo Musical: "When I Look at You" from "The Scarlet Pimpernel"

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5101 First Street Northeast
St Petersburg, FL 33703
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