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THREE MORE CHANCES TO CATCH THE SCARLET LETTER! A New Adaptation! Tonight is we will have ASL interpreters to help bring this story to life. Show starts at 7:30pm ~Meet the Cast~ @fullcollscarletletter @fullcoll #fullcolltheatre #accessibility #ASL #theatre #newplays #newwork theatre.fullcoll.edu $15 at the door! ~Jane Greene is thrilled to be in her first play after doing musical theatre since age five! She just started her second year and fourth show at Fullerton College. This past summer she was part of promoting new works with Fullerton College’s annual Director’s Festival, including the all-female cast of No Girls Allowed, and she is ecstatic to continue exploring uniquely empowering theatre with The Scarlet Letter. Deepest gratitude to her parents, Mary, and friends for their truly unconditional support. Natalie Carter is in her first year at Fullerton College, and this is her first production. She previously attended Fullerton Union High School where some of her previous credits include, Sally Bowles in Cabaret, Mrs. Manningham in Angel Street, and Charlotte in Rogers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Natalie would like to thank her family and friends for all their constant love and support, and Michael and Kate for giving her this opportunity. She hopes you enjoy the show. O’Bryan Williams is originally from the Bay Area, but moved to Orange County last year to pursue his acting career. Since being enrolled at Fullerton College, he’s performed in Macbeth as Banquo and Siward, as well as in four different productions during the Directors Festival this past summer. Follow his journey on social media at @obryan_tgk ~

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