Monthly Archives: October 2007

You’ve Got a Winning Musical With She Loves Me

Falling in love with someone and not knowing they were beside you the whole time is a popular Hollywood plot line used most recently in the 1998 Tom Hanks/Meg Ryan film You’ve Got Mail. Older movie-goers might remember the 1940 Jimmy Stewart vehicle The Shop Around the Corner, or the […]

By |October 31st, 2007|News|Comments Off

Recent Alum Makes Screenwriting Debut with ‘Guthrie’

By Jesse Darland ‘06
The seeds for Surviving Guthrie were first planted in Jesse Harris’s mind way back in the fall of 2004, when the Georgetown College theatre department sent him to IdeaFestival, an intense three-day filmmaking workshop in Lexington, Ky. There, Harris took part in classes taught be film industry […]

By |October 18th, 2007|News|Comments Off

Female Lead Learns to Act ‘Tough’

By Jesse Darland ‘06
In Surviving Guthrie, Jessie Pennington ’09 plays Allison Wells, known to her friends as “Ally.” Pennington, a theatre major from Lexington, has been involved with theatre at Georgetown from her very first semester, and Surviving Guthrie is just the latest production she’s been part of.

Even though her […]

By |October 18th, 2007|News|Comments Off

Surviving Guthrie/ Thriving Filmmaking

About the author: Jesse Darland ‘06 is studying towards a master’s in journalism from Indiana University in Bloomington. Previously, the Elizabethtown native worked for Georgetown College’s office of communications as a graphic artist. At Georgetown, he majored in theatre and writing, and directed an original re-imagining of Sophocles’ Antigone as […]

By |October 18th, 2007|News|Comments Off

Equine Scholar Wins a KTA ‘Track’ Scholarship

FLORENCE, KY – Katy Truman, center, a Georgetown College freshman from Columbus (IN), posed in the Winner’s Circle at Turfway Park as one of 10 lucky drawers Saturday (Sept. 29) of a $1,000 scholarship funded by the track and the Kentucky Thoroughbred Association. On one side are fellow Equine Scholars, […]

By |October 9th, 2007|News|Comments Off