National Shakespeare Youth Festival – Acting

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Congratulations to all Festival participants entered in the Acting category – we were all so impressed by the quality of your performances!

The Country Day School performs “Hamlet” (4.5) – winners in the 2012 Festival Acting division.  Peter Smith, adjudicator, commended the performance for being cohesive, having rising action, and being well-acted.  L-R: Alex Gruspier, Lukas Weese, Kelsey Houston, and Ilana Khani. Photo: Shakespeare in Action

The Country Day School performs “Hamlet” (4.5). L-R: Alex Gruspier, Lukas Weese, Kelsey Houston, Ilana Khani, and Jai Singh. Photo: Shakespeare in Action

The Country Day School performs “Hamlet” (4.5). L-R: Alex Gruspier, Jai Singh, Lukas Weese, Ilana Khani, and Kelsey Houston. Photo: Shakespeare in Action

Erin District High School performs “Macbeth” (1.3). Peter Smith, adjudicator, commended these three witches for their eerie performance and shrill – yet startlingly clear – voices. L-R: Katrina Kastelic, Keary Rodgers, and Jordyn Bell. Photo: Shakespeare in Action

Erin District High School performs “Macbeth” (1.3). L-R: Claire Leblanc, Kieran Klassen, Andres Caravantes, and Keiran Papp. Keiran Papp earned a Shakespeare Young Company for Teens scholarship for his stellar Macbeth. Photo: Shakespeare in Action

Monarch Park Collegiate performs “Much Ado About Nothing” (2.3). L-R: Naomi Brown, Alex Kilian, and Mythili Nair. Photo: Shakespeare in Action

Monarch Park Collegiate performs “Much Ado About Nothing” (2.3). Elena Wood earned a Shakespeare Young Company for Teens scholarship for her charming and nuanced Benedick. Photo: Shakespeare in Action

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