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Wood River Drama Students Act Their Way to State
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Part of the Wood River High School drama team that took part in Saturday’s district tournament.
 
Tuesday, November 26, 2019
 

BY KAREN BOSSICK

Sarah Feltman placed in all three of her events at Saturday’s District IV Drama Tournament held at Wood River high School. That makes her a triple state qualifier as she heads off to compete in two acting contests and one technical/props contest at state competition.

The Wood River High School Drama team will send 14 students to compete in 10 out of 20 events at state competition in the new Thunder Ridge High School in Idaho Falls on Dec. 6 and 7.

The 14 students were among 20 Wood River High School students who took part in Saturday’s tournament. They placed in half of the events the Wolverines entered.

They got four third-place district finishes and a second. Feltman’s triple state qualification was a first for the school, said Karl Nordstrom, the WRHS Drama and speech coach.

“Two weeks to polish and fine-tune, then off to state!” he added.

The state qualifiers:

Sam White: Matilda: Solo Musical

Piper Kolb, Madi Flannigan and Mykelti Blackburn: Hardcore Parkour Original Humorous written by Madi and Piper) 

Frankie Duke (SCHS): Emily: Original Humorous written by Frankie

Sam White, Ellie Anderson, Neva Baer, Claire Watson, Celeste Cortum:  Anna Alone  Ensemble Serious

Madi Fortner: Solo Audition

Sarah Feltman (SCHS): # 223: Solo Serious: tie for 3rd place

Bella Sandefer: Cardboard Sign Solo Serious: tie for 3rd place 

Ramsey Marquis: Cowboy Salvation: Solo Serious: 2nd place

Sarah Feltman: Radium Girls: Tech Props: 3rd place

Max Gardenswartz, Madi Fortner, Ramsey and Sarah: Get Smart: Ensemble Humorous:  3rd place 

Others competing included Gracie Peterson (solo audition, ensemble humorous), Edgar Vega (solo serious, original humorous), Ranger Wynne and Fisher Albright (both original humorous and ensemble humorous), Fabian Hurtado (solo audition, humorous ensemble, and Jayden Richcreek (humorous ensemble).

“These students showcased some of the biggest growth on the team and they are an important part of the WRHS drama department's future. I am sure you will see them all doing fine work in the spring production, “Radium Girls,” in addition to showcasing their writing and performing talents on the WRHS speech team,” said Nordstrom.  

 

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