2019 Awards

Middle School Monologue
1 - Madison Franklin / Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts

2 - Alaya Young / Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts

3 - Josie Varner / Dothan Preparatory Academy

Middle School Duologue

1 - Elijah Hatter, Jonathan Miller / Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts

2 - Leah Cook, Yuzuka Tansho / Rainey-McCullers School of Arts

3 - Lauren Jenkins, Ka/Mya Smith / Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts


Middle School Musical Theatre Solo

TIE 1 - Abby McDonald / Renaissance School of Music and Arts
TIE 1 - Rayna Hicks / Renaissance School of Music and Arts
3 - David Weeks / Renaissance School of Music and Arts

Middle School Dramatic Scene

1 - The Wiz / Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts

High School Monologue
1 - Danielle Simmons / Dothan High School
2 - Sarah Sfakianos / Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts
TIE  3 - Hollan Espy / Dothan High School

TIE  3 - Peggy Crozier / Early County High School

High School Duologue
1 - Kayla Battles, Bella Antone / Dothan High School
2 - Laquaya William, Silas Diehl / Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts
3 - Ella Blalock, Sarah Sfakianos / Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts

High School Dramatic Scene
1 - Tartuffe Scene 4 Act 2 / Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts
2 - Frosh in the Pit / Dothan High School
3 - Dolly Would / Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts

High School Musical Theatre Solo
1 - Lillian Murphree / Harvest

2 - Makayla Murrell / Early County High School

3 - Jonathan Phillips / Ridgecrest Christian School

High School Musical Theatre Duet
1 - Kayla Griffin, Alexia Griffin / Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts
2 - Maddie Souders, Clara Grace McCallister / Providence Christian School
3 - Makayla Brown, Jeremiah Lane / Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts

BEST OF FESTIVAL Individual Entry

TIE   Danielle Simmons & Lillian Murphree

BEST OF FESTIVAL  School or Group

Providence Christian School

Cultural Arts Center Choral & Theatre Festival


Nov. 4-6, 2019


The Cultural Arts Center and Southeast Alabama Community Theatre are pleased to welcome you to the 2019 Fall Choral and Theatre Festival. Our goal is to spotlight the talents of your best and brightest students, and present an outstanding performing arts experience.

The Cultural Arts Center and Southeast Alabama Community Theatre are non-profit organizations that have a mission to introduce and encourage youth in the arts. We join together in securing qualified adjudicators and volunteers to assist with the festival, and provide awards for excellence. The Choral & Theatre Festival may spark extra drive and determination to launch a successful school year, or provide valuable experience in preparing for district, regional, and state competitions. 


All Theatre Festival applications will be reviewed and paid to Southeast Alabama Community Theatre. You may register by downloading and faxing or mailing forms below.


Deadline to register: OCTOBER 4, 2019  (Late fee $25)

Deadline for payment/cancellation: OCTOBER 18, 2019 (No refunds after this date.)

Events: Monologue, Duologue, Scene, SETC combo, Musical Theatre Solo, Musical Theatre Duet

Welcome Info

Review the rules and info about each entry type


One per school/club. Let us know about your plans to join us!

Entry Form

One form per entry! Students with three entries should turn in three forms.

Divisions & Awards

Students compete over the entire four-day competition.


Randy Foster is Executive Director of the Alabama Institute for Education in the Arts where he designs and implements Arts Professional Learning for individuals, schools and entire school systems. Prior to coming to AIEA, he taught in the Montgomery Public School system at the Carver Creative and performing Arts Center and at Booker T. Washington Magnet High School. He has directed and music-directed productions at Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Theatre AUM, Wetumpka Depot Players, and Cloverdale Playhouse. Over the past three decades, has served numerous parishes as musician, including The Church of the Holy Comforter, Montgomery, where he is currently organist/choirmaster.

Montgomery, Ala.


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Sarah Kay has worked in theatre for over 20 years as an actress, scenic artist, writer, and producer. She holds a BA in Theatre from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.  Currently, she teaches theatre at the Baldwin Arts and Academics Magnet School in Montgomery, Alabama, along with an after school program at the Cloverdale Playhouse. She also is a writer for the television series "That Kid's Show."

Montgomery, Ala.



Dr. Ken Thomas is the Chair of the Fine Arts Division and Instructor of Music at Enterprise State Community College (ESCC) where he teaches various music courses and directs the Concert Choir and The Entertainers, the school’s show choir. In addition to his work at ESCC, Dr. Thomas also directs the Troy University Gospel Singers. Dr. Thomas is a native of Auburn, Alabama, and a graduate of Auburn University where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education, a Master’s Degree in Music Education with Certification in Educational Leadership, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership with emphasis in Administration of Supervision and Curriculum (Fine Arts). He has 26 years of teaching experience.

Enterprise, Ala.


Meet the Judges

Cultural Arts Center Choral & Theatre Festival Schedule


Monday, Nov. 4

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Houston Academy

Dothan Prep Academy

Harvest Christian School

Roulhac Middle School

Ridgecrest Christian School

Circle City Music Studio

Tuesday, Nov. 5

8:00 AM - Noon

Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts

1:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Dothan High School

Early County High School

Renaissance School of Music and the Arts

Wednesday, Nov. 6 

8:30 AM - Noon

Robert E. Lee High School

Slocomb High School

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Providence Christian School

909 South St. Andrews Street, Dothan

(334) 794-0400


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Southeast Alabama Community Theatre (SEACT) has a mission to enrich the cultural lives of Wiregrass residents through the presentation of high quality theatre, to provide creative opportunities to talented individuals to perform on stage and behind the scenes, and to introduce the theatrical experience to school-aged children. SEACT is a 501(c) organization and depends on the support of its community to bring theatre to life in the Wiregrass. The organization is funded through season tickets, sponsorships, advertising, and donations.

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