24-Hour Theatre Festival wows audiences at Jewell

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To showcase talent and fundraise for their philanthropy “AIDS Walk KC,” the Beta Pi cast of Alpha Psi Omega at William Jewell College hosted a 24-Hour Theatre Festival, April 27. Two plays were written and performed in the allotted 24 hours, one by Dr. Ruth Williams and the other by senior Robert Hemphill. The event was well attended by students, faculty and friends of the involved students.

Tim Wise and Kathryn Shelburne dance at William Jewell College’s 24 hr Theatre Festival.
Members of William Jewell College’s Ballroom Dance team perform for the crowd at the 24 hr Theatre Festival.
Sam Person and Kyra Little performing at William Jewell College’s 24 hr Theatre Festival in a show written by Dr. Ruth Williams.
Sam Person, Kyra Little and Isaac Chizhik performing at William Jewell College’s 24 hr Theatre Festival in a show written by Dr. Ruth Williams.
Janessa Johnson, Isaac Chizhik and Caroline Seitz performing with William Jewell College’s improv troupe at the 24 hr Theatre Festival.
Trevor Luhman performing with William Jewell College’s improv troupe at the 24 hr Theatre Festival.
James Hobbs, Caroline Seitz and Nick LaDue performing in the show “Curiosities” at William Jewell College’s 24 hr Theatre Festival.
Hannah White performing in the show “Curiosities” at William Jewell College’s 24 hr Theatre Festival.
Caroline Seitz, Nick LaDue and James Hobbs performing in the show “Curiosities” at William Jewell College’s 24 hr Theatre Festival.

Sofia Arthurs-Schoppe

Sofia is a Junior chemistry and communication major at William Jewell College. Currently she serves as the Co-Editor in Chief of the Hilltop Monitor.

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