Meet returning STO Cloe Madison!
Cloe is a senior at Boulder City High School, Troupe 2978! She is a techie who loves all things stage management. Cloe also loves reading and going for night drives with her favorite music turned all the way up. Over quarantine, she has discovered lots of new things, particularly Criminal Minds (which is now her absolute favorite show) and rollerskating. This year, Cloe hopes to bring more opportunities to thespians and make Nevada Thespians more accessible to everyone! She can't wait to see everyone at State!
Questions From Thespians:
I have always said that my favorite book is The Book Thief by Makus Zusak. It’s actually
been a few years since I’ve read it, but it is just so incredibly beautiful and well written,
and I’ve read it so so many times in the past. I very much recommend it to anyone who
is looking for a new book to read. I promise you will not regret it.
What’s your dream road trip?
I think my dream road trip right now would be just going to California and taking my
time going up the West Coast to Oregon and Washington and seeing all of the
beautiful cities along the way and visiting the forest and the ocean. And, who knows,
maybe in the future, Covid permitting, that’ll be possible.
What was the best part of being an STO for the last two years?
There are so many things that I love about being an STO, but I think the best thing, and
I think a lot of the other board members have said this as well, is really just the
connections that you make, whether that’s with the other board members, or with
thespians at conferences and festivals. It really is just so rewarding and I absolutely love
What college are you going to and what are you majoring in?
So I don’t actually know exactly which school I’m going to yet because I’m waiting for
some decisions. But if everything goes according to plan, which I hope it does, I will be
going to school in the UK where I will be studying the music business! So I’m super,
super excited for that!
Definitely something in the music industry, but I’m very interested in artist
representation and management!
What is your favorite thing about stage managing?
I think my favorite thing about stage managing is that it’s different every day and you
never really know what to expect. There’s definitely certain things that are consistent
and that you know you’re gonna do, but overall it just changes all the time and I think
that’s super, super fun.
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