Students receive awards for performances at IHCC
The Indian Hills Community College Performing Arts Department has honored two outstanding performers and two theatre technical crew students for their work during the 2013-14 academic year.
Indian Hills presented “Dracula” by William McNulty last fall and Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” this spring.
Winning the title of best performer in “Dracula” was sophomore Andrew Kecy of Knoxville and the best performer award for “Macbeth” went to sophomore Mason Ferguson of Wayland.
Back stage technical work was also recognized.
The award for best technical support in “Dracula” went to Trey McIntosh of Des Moines and the behind-the-scenes accolades for “Macbeth” went to Ethan Goetz of Oskaloosa.
Kecy and Ferguson also received special awards for their exceptional work in helping to direct “Macbeth.”
Students receiving participation medals for their work in both productions included: Gabrielle Wells of Albia; Aaryn Frazier of Blue Earth, Minn.; Hailey Haring of Cambria; Colleen Hunkele of Chariton; Trey McIntosh and Arlina Miller of Des Moines; Jessica Williams of Eddyville; Tyler Breeding of Fairfield; Andrew Kecy of Knoxville; Ethan Goetz of Oskaloosa; Elizabeth Caudill, Jacoby Clingman, Larissa Mincks, Molly Overturf and Elizabeth Pickens all of Ottumwa and Niccole Giberson of Packwood.
Students receiving participation medals for their work in “Dracula” included: Rachel Benson of Albia; Austin Haring of Cambria; Holly Woodley and Victoriana Wiebe of Centerville; Lucas Burtlow of Ollie; Charlotte Anderson, Brittany Derby, Andrew Milder, Nikki Mitchell and Steven Nash all of Ottumwa, Preston Hawkins of Queen City, Mo. and Jaden Ferguson of Wayland.
Students receiving participation medals for their work in “Macbeth” included: Tanner Benson Six of Knoxville; Korey Lee Brookhart of LeClaire; Stevie Wallace of Norwalk; Gage De La Cruz of Oskaloosa; Lucas Clark and Thad Overturf both of Ottumwa; and Parker Anderson of Wright City, Mo.