2011.01.24 > For Immediate Release
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Department of Theatre Honored at Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival
Omaha - The Department of Theatre at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) received a record number of commendations during the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival earlier this month.
Professor Sharon Sobel – Kennedy Center Golden Medallion
Matthew Lott – First Place – Barbizon Costume Design
Matthew will represent UNO at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. in April.
Alexandra Stoysich – First Place – Barbizon Sound Design
Alexandra will represent UNO at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. in April.
Charles Fisher – Second Place – Barbizon Scenic Design
Jillian Steinbeck – First Place – Regional Sound Design
Matthew Lott – First Place – Regional Costume Design
Darin Kuehler – First Place – Regional Property Design
Elizabeth Thompson – First Place – Best Concert Reading
Steve Hartman (with Kristin Tripe, partner) – Semi-finalist – Irene Ryan Acting Competition
Adam Van Osdel – Meritorious Achievement Award – Makeup
Charles Fisher – Meritorious Achievement Award – Scenic Design
Noises Off – Meritorious Achievement Award – Ensemble
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