Students also received backstage tours from Shea’s staff, including Shea’s restoration consultant Doris Collins and Shea’s production manager Bill Hedrick. These tours brought students through the theatre and backstage to see where the traveling crews and stars work and stay.
The mood throughout the afternoon was jovial and friendly. The students are now off to continue their rehearsals for all upcoming shows, and will return to Shea’s on Saturday, May 11 for Kenny Day and the awards ceremony.
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Hear from Lane Findlay from Cuba-Rushford about his experience at the Kenny Social.
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