Duncan Kinzie lives, breathes theater

Bret Waelterman
Graphics/Web Editor

Senior Duncan Kinzie introduces the directors of three one acts by David Ives. Kinzie has been involved in theater and was a officer of Thespian Troupe 191.  (Photo by Donald Johnson)

Senior Duncan Kinzie introduces the directors of three one acts by David Ives. Kinzie has been involved in theater and was a officer of Thespian Troupe 191. (Photo by Donald Johnson)

“Don’t worry about doing the right thing while you’re here. This is time for you to lay everything on the table, see what works, what doesn’t, and pick up the pieces when you’re done,” senior Duncan Kinzie said.

Kinzie has been involved with theater and plays, including involved with six main productions, his favorite being “Greek Mythology Olympiaganza.”

Kinzie has also written and directed eight one-act productions including Webster’s first musical one act, for which he wrote the score and dialogue. His last one was this spring April 23 and April 25.

“I started [acting] at the age of six or seven years old, in the fifth grade,” Kinzie said.

Kinzie plans to attend Chapman University in California, to get a degree in BFA screen production.

Kinzie has also been involved in choir and A-MEN.

“Duncan is a ‘die hard’ artist. He makes his day about his crafts. He lives it, and he breathes it,” said Todd Schaefer, drama teacher.

 



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