CLASS OF 2021
Chloe Alexander is attending the University of Arkansas, studying nursing. Theatre has been such a blessing throughout Chloe's high school career as it has brought her a safe and welcoming community, and an outlet to escape the stresses of being a teenager. She is forever grateful for the lessons learned, people met, and performances experienced here in this department. Chloe can’t wait to cheer you guys on from the audience. Thanks to the directors and fellow classmates for allowing her to be apart of these 4 wonderful years. I love you all so very much! Some of her favorite performances were as Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, Molly in Peter and the Starcatcher, and Jo March in Little Women.
Kaylee Cerean has been part of Grand Oaks Theatre since it was established in 2018, first as an Assistant Stage Manager for A Christmas Carol. She later played the evil witch Sycorax in The Tempest and one of Black Stache's Pirates in Peter and the Starcatcher! After graduation, she will be working full-time at a day care and attending Lone Star College to get a Non-Invasive Diagnostic Sonography Degree in order to become a Pregnancy Ultrasound Tech. She loves that Grand Oaks Theatre is a very welcoming program and knows that new Thespians will come to love it, too!
Micheal is attending the Lone Star Honors Program. Some of his favorite high school Theatre memories include playing Prentiss in Peter and the Starcatcher and Improv (specifically the choose your own adventure longform). His Favorite Memory is jamming out to music and eating snacks with Ella McDonald on the way to UIL competition for CLUE.
Olivia Green is attending Texas Tech University to acquire a Bachelor of Psychology to become a Child Therapist! She served as a Theatre Officer her sophomore year, and served in the Production Class her junior and senior years. Some of her highlights include Fan Scrooge in ‘A Christmas Carol,’ Anabella Schmidt in ‘The 39 Steps,’ and Hannah in ‘Little Women.’ Her favorite memory was jamming out before shows while getting ready with her castmates. GOHS Theatre was truly her favorite part about being in high school, and she will cherish these memories forever. Here’s to new experiences, Wreck ‘Em Tech!
Ella plans to attend the University of Texas at Austin’s College of Education. She’ll be studying with a focus in Urban learning and teaching children of economically diverse backgrounds. She is beyond thankful for the opportunities GOHS Theatre has given her, and is excited to see the department grow in the years to come. Some of her roles include Mr. McGarrigle in The 39 Steps, Mrs. Peacock in CLUE, and Marmee March in Little Women. She led the Improv Team as Team Captain when they won State Championship in 2020.