Gabriella Gonzalez is a senior at Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis. She performs in many shows in her community such as Molly in New Day Children’s Theater’s Peter and the Star Catcher and Janet Van De Graaf in her school’s production of The Drowsy Chaperone. Gabriella is also proud to be Co-President of the thespian society at her school and often assists backstage during lower and middle school productions. She is so excited to be a part of the Tennessee Thespian Conference 2018 Executive Board. She has a great motivation and drive for theater and enjoys working on projects with others. She will miss attending Thescon every year but is looking forward to what her future holds with theater.
Brianna Guydon is a senior class thespian from Stewarts Creek High School. She has been involved in theatre since elementary school and enjoys entertaining audiences big and small. Brianna has been in various productions, from ten-minute plays and one acts to mainstage plays and musicals. Although she is in love with performing, Brianna’s true passion is writing theatrical pieces. As part of the 2018 Tennessee Thespian State Executive Board this year, Brianna hopes to represent and inspire diversity in every aspect of theatre.
Emma Harvey is a senior at Station Camp High School and is so excited to be on the 2018 TN Thespian Conference Executive Board. She is passionate about performing and the arts as a whole. She is a part of the SCHS Players, and also performs in community and professional theaters throughout her area. A few of her favorite roles include Jo March in Little Women at Robertson County Players, the title role in Auntie Mame at her school, and Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof at RCP. She plans to pursue theatre after high school, and is so thankful for the support of her family, friends, and teachers. Emma hopes you have a magical weekend here at ThesCon!
Felicia Kimbrell is a senior at Dyer County High School. She is currently the president for the 2018 Thespian State Executive Board. At the age of seven, she began to emerge herself into theatre arts. As a way to better herself in both acting and leadership, she took on the responsibility of being a part of the board and bettering the Tennessee Thespian Society. She has been involved in productions such as Arsenic and Old Lace as Elaine Harper and The Marvelous Wonderettes as Cindy Lou Huffington.
Bella Melius is a junior from Independence High School that has a love and passion for all things theatre. Her love for theatre sparked when she was little from watching her sister act on stage. Ever since then, she’s been hooked. She has had the opportunity to be a part of every event and production that her school’s theatre department has put on in her three years with them. She also has served on her department’s theatre board for the past two years. Now, Bella is so excited to be serving on your 2018 Tennessee Executive Thespian Conference Board. She is thrilled to be part of creating a weekend full of memories and fun for so many talented actors and actresses across the state of Tennessee. It truly is an honor to serve on Thespian Conference Board. After all… there’s no place like Thescon!!
Brittany Pirouznia is a Senior at Arlington High School. She has been in the theatre world since her freshmen year of high school and is eager to learn more. She loves acting and her most favorite thing in the whole wide world is making people laugh. Some of the shows she has been in are The Matchmaker (Flora Van Heusen), Twelve Angry Jurors (The Foreman), The Pajama Game (Babe). She is also involved in the Tennessee High School Speech and Drama League and The International Thespian Society. Brittany is on the Executive Board because she wishes to create the best environment your your learning experience during your weekend stay at MTSU. She hopes that all of you gain as much knowledge as you can to improve on your everlasting craft. She wishes you all the best.