Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival
KCACTF Louisiana Festival
The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) provides our students with great opportunities at the state and regional level. A regional festival is held each year bringing together schools from the states of Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. The festival opens many doors for our students to take master classes, network and interview for graduate schools. At the regional festival each school competes for a chance to be considered for the national festival in the spring at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.
Past Southeastern Theatre Student Awards/Honors
- Zachary Boudreaux’s play, Candy Said, was a national finalist for the John Cauble Short Play Award.
- Southeastern Theatre’s Parking Lot Babies was the only production from Region VI to be held for National Consideration by the KCACTF National Selection Team.
- Parking Lot Babies received seven national commendations from KCACTF
- Zachary Boudreaux for Playwriting
- Amanda Klipsch for Scenic Design
- Jaren Mitchell for Acting
- Jessica Mina for Acting
- Lee Jeansonne for Acting
- Zachary Boudreaux for Acting
- Drew Zeringue for Sound Design
- Zachary Boudreaux received a national fellowship to attend playwriting master classes at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
- Tommie Sorrell’s Voodoo Vows was a regional finalist for the John Cauble Short Play Award.
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