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Pistarckle Announces Winners of 14th Annual Vento Shakespeare Festival

Top Ensemble Honorees of the 2019 14th Annual Vento Shakespeare Festival are eight students from St. Croix Educational Complex. (photo by Pamela New)

The Top Ensemble Honorees of the 2019 14th Annual Vento Shakespeare Festival, presented by Pistarckle Theater, were the eight students of the St. Croix Educational Complex, guided by teacher Alicia Ramos. The student actors were: Avision Lang, Enperatriz Delgadillo (who also won Best Senior Actress), Korie Hodge, Micaya Labadie, Nadesha Julian, Shomauri Gumbs, Jamila George and Aniis Lester.

Schools participating this year included: All Saints Cathedral School, Antilles School, Charlotte Amalie High School, Ivanna Eudora Kean High School, Lockhart Elementary, Nisky Moravian School, Tutu Church of God School, St. Croix Educational Complex High School and Seventh-day Adventist High School (2018 Top Champions). This year’s emcee was Jada Lark, and the judges included: Estelle Andres, Frank Bartolucci and Gail DeHaas. The repeat host location was Nisky Moravian Church.

ALL RESULTS
Most Creative Elements: Junior Ensemble/Lockhart Elementary; Senior Ensemble/Seventh-day Adventist School;
Mono/Duologue: Mojonia Denis/St. Croix Educational Complex High School
Physical Transformation: Junior/All Saints; Senior/Seventh-day Adventist School
Monologue/Duologue: Anna Bianca Saliot/Ivanna Eudora Kean High School
Clear Energetic Storytelling: Junior/Nisky Moravian School; Senior/St. Croix Educational Complex High School
Monologue/Duologue: Maggie McConnell/Antilles School
Commitment to Character: Junior/Tutu Church of God School Senior/St. Croix Educational Complex High School
Monologue/Duologue: Kade’jah Stevens/St. Croix Educational Complex High School
Most Supportive Ensemble: Junior/All Saints Cathedral School; Senior/7th Day Adventists High School
Energetic Opening: Junior/Nisky Moravian Church; Senior/Seventh-day Adventists High School
Monologue/Duologue: Liza Perdoma/St. Croix Educational Complex High School
Best Actress: Junior/Dajanhelle Joseph, All Saints Cathedral School; Senior/Enperatriz Delgadillo/St. Croix Educational Complex High School
Best Actor: Wiston Duran/Tutu Church of God School; Kyle Querrard/Charlotte Amalie High School
Best Performer: Monologue/Duologue — Tied: Jeanne Viray Ivanna Eudora Kean High School and Lisa Perdomo/ St. Croix Educational Complex High School
Best Scene: Junior/ Nisky Moravian School; Senior/ St. Croix Educational Complex High School; monologue/Duologue: Liza Perdoma/ St. Croix Educational Complex High School

 

 

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  1. I was representing Lochkart Elemntary but I am really glad that St.CROIX won !!!!! B ut I didn’t like the results in one of then because Lochkart did a awesome dance and I don’t know why they give that best dancers to st.croix they just went to the stage and move around and that is it but thanks to god everything else were fair.

    THANK YOU!!!!!

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