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Cameron University Theatre Arts program celebrates student achievements

Cameron University’s Theatre Arts program celebrated the achievements of its students during a recent ceremony.

Maliah Davis, Araia Heathcott, Shayson Hodges, Curtis Myers and Victor Quinones, all of Lawton; and Jaiden Standridge, Duncan, were inducted into Alpha Psi Omega, the national honor society for theatre arts. To be eligible, a student must have a strong grade point average, show leadership skills, and work in more than one aspect of theatre such as acting, technical, stage management, design or publicity.

Performance awards were presented to Davis, Heathcott and Quinones for their outstanding performances during the 2022-23 theatre season. Heathcott was honored for her portrayal of Grace in “Alias Grace.” Davis was recognized for her portrayal of Vera in “She Kills Monsters.” Quinones was honored for his portrayals of Algernon Moncreif in “The Importance of Being Earnest” and Patchy the Pirate and Plankton in “SpongeBob: The Musical.”

Technical awards were presented to Hodges, Kyleigh Garmon and Allie Passmore, Lawton; and Frances Waweru, Nairobi, Kenya. Garmon was recognized as property master for “Alias Grace.” Hodges was honored for her work as stage manager for “The Importance of Being Earnest.” Passmore was also recognized for her work on that production, for which she provided creative publicity. Waweru was honored for his work as stage manager of “She Kills Monsters.”


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