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Seniors reflect on four years of Mason theater

Maggie Hicks, Staff Reporter

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Seniors Shannon Rodgers and Miles Jackson began their Mason theater career in 9th grade with a production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Since then, they have participated in seven Mason productions as well as an annual VHSL theater competition. As the second semester approaches, many seniors are reflecting on the past four years and looking for ways to make their mark. For Rodgers and Jackson, theater has been one of the defining factors of their high school experience.

In this video, find out what have been the most impactful parts of the past few years, what they will miss the most, and what they hope to see for the Mason theater department in the future.  

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