The Chant

NC Standing Ovation Troupe 4225 made memories that will last them a lifetime this weekend at Thescon. NC theatre students united with thousands of Georgia thespians to create numerous new friendships with other actors from different schools. This weekend will forever live in the hearts of all thespians who attended in years to come. After an exhausting weekend fully equipped with acting, singing and dancing, thespians returned home with a multitude of new skills to add to their theatrical tool belts. “This was my first time going to Thescon and it was even more fun than I could have possibly imagined. I can't wait to go back next year,” NC sophomore Alyssa Maclellan said.

NC Thespians triumph Thescon

Amber Roldan, Staff
February 10, 2020
NC thespians eagerly await to embark on an adventure where they will indulge themselves in the world of theatrics this weekend at Thescon. With departure scheduled for 7:30 on Thursday morning, students begin packing their bags and check items off of their to do lists as they prepare to travel to Columbus, Georgia among 5,000 other Georgia thespians. “I'm excited for thescon because I get to learn about theater related subjects from professionals. It's also fun to meet fellow thespians and it is a nice get away from the stress of academics,”  junior Ginette Samu said.


Amber Roldan, Staff
February 4, 2020
The annual Thescon conference began with students choosing their first workshop to participate in. Walking through Columbus University, students explored the campus and everything Thescon had to offer.

Thespians unite at annual Thescon conference

Isabella Keaton, Reporter, Photographer
February 15, 2018

Thescon in 12 minutes

Kat Shambaugh, Copy editor
February 13, 2017
Load more stories
The award-winning voice of North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Georgia.