“Distracted” holds first tech rehearsal

Southeastern theater department’s fall production, “Distracted,” held its first tech rehearsal Wednesday night. The play, written by Lisa Loomer, revolves around two parents’ deciding whether or not to medicate their child for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. The family experiences many trials and tribulations in order to make their decision. James Winter, associate professor of acting
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Sixth Hammond Horror Fest offers events old and new

Hammond Horror Fest will once again offer a showcase of alternative art this weekend, Oct. 14-15, in celebration of Halloween. The annual art exhibition, now in its sixth year, features a variety of events each October. This year’s festival will focus on the inaugural 48-hour film festival and the returning 24-hour theater event. “I think
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Hammond Horror Festival returns for third year

The Hammond Horror Festival, presented by the Louisiana Center for Theatrical Arts and Alpha Psi Omega will be returning on Thursday, Oct. 24. The festival is a series of events that take place in and around downtown Hammond. Under the artistic direction of Taylor McLellan and James Winter, the festival will consist of live music,
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Southeastern students participate in master class at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

London, England- It is not every day that a group of college students from the United States can take a master class for acting at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London. The students of Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana received that chance yesterday when they visited the Globe Theatre to see a production of Henry
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