Bio: Trindal, Sheila (Summer Theater Company – 1971)
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----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 13 May 1971
Sheila Trindal, Loyal High School senior, who is the daughter of Mrs. Dorothie Trindal and the late William Trindal, has been accepted as an apprentice member of the 1971 Summer Theater Company at WSU – Stevens Point.
As an apprentice, Sheila is entitled to participate in the tryout procedures and production activities connected with the Summer Theater, and she may also enroll in classes such as appreciation and history of the theater and summer theater workshop while at the college. These class credits could be used by Sheila when she attends the university next fall.
In order to be eligible for summer theater, a student must submit an application and a voice taping. The application is then sent to the university where it is analyzed by the selection committee.
While attending Loyal High School, Sheila has been an active participant in forensics, one-act plays, and all-school plays. Sheila's ambition after completing college is to become a professional actress.
The Summer Theater Company will present four plays this summer. They are: "You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running," by Anderson; "The Birthday Party," by Pinter; "Stop the World – I Want to Get Off," a musical; and a play for children which will be announced.
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