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LCHS actors to go to state championship

Lamar County High School theatre students recently championed over other schools in the Region 5-AA One-Act Competition and earned opportunity to compete at State Level on November 12. The Georgia High School Association One Act Play Competition is held annually throughout the state in the fall and is an acting competition that allows students to develop their stage abilities as both a cast member on stage and a crew member behind the scenes. LCHS hosted the Region 5AA One Act Competition at the Fine Arts Center on October 20 and came away with the Region 5AA First Place trophy after performing their rendition of ‘The Internet is Distract – Oh Look a Kitten!’ by Ian McWethy. In addition to winning first place as a troupe, individual students were recognized with high honor. Nick Cannon received the Best Actor Medal, Precious Lipps received the Best Actress Medal, Ally Quick received the All-Star Cast Medal, Eric Edmonson received the Director’s Choice Medal for Most Dedicated and Howard Smith received the Director’s Choice Medal for Most Improved. Carol Renee Parrish is an English/Drama teacher at the high school and has been honored to serve as the Drama Director for the past seven years. ’The talent base just continues to grow in Lamar County,’ said Parrish. ‘I look forward to continued success for my students.’ The acting troupe travels to Baldwin High School for the Class AA State One Act Competition on November 12 and are proud to represent Lamar County in this event.

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