Submitted. Melissa Thurn stands with students modeling her cos- tumes for “The Country Wife.” From left to right: Berit John- son, Tyler Eliason, Megan Hov- inen, Melissa Thurn, and Josh Palmquist.

Students represent Concordia at regional theatre competition

Eighteen theatre students participated at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival last week where students made it into the finals, and one won it all. Senior Melissa Thurn won […]

 

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