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Saturday, March 2 • 9:00am - 10:15am
SETC Young Scholars Panel Presentation

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Young Scholars Award recipients present their winning papers.

Powerful Contradictions on Charged Stages: Theater Revolutions in the Jim Crow Southby Alex Ates, Graduate Winner

Color-Blind Casting: The Perpetuation of Black Invisibility in American Theatre
by Kenya Gadsden, Undergraduate Winner

Learn more at www.setc.org/young-scholars-awards.

Presiders
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Sarah McCarroll

Associate Professor, Georgia Southern U
Sarah McCarroll is an Associate Professor of Theatre at Georgia Southern University, where is also serves as the resident costume designer and costume shop manager. She is the outgoing editor of Theatre Symposium and the Chair of SETC's History/Theory/Criticism/Literature committ... Read More →

Presenters
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Alex Ates

SETC Young Scholars Panelist - Graduate Winner
Alex Ates is a member of The NOLA Project (Education and Engagement Director; directed four regional premieres) and has performed at New Orleans Shakespeare for a decade (Actors’ Equity member). Directed two Off-Broadway premieres. Board member of The American Alliance for Theatre... Read More →
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Kenya Gadsden

SETC Young Scholars Panelist - Undergraduate Winner
Kenya Gadsden is junior at the College of Charleston with a major in Theatre (Theatre Studies) and a minor in Arts Management. Kenya’s studies focus on stage management. Her recent stage management credits include Rocky Horror Picture Show, We Without Walls, and The Wolves. Kenya’s... Read More →


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