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It was created in July 2003.
One of Worthington's Bicentennial signature events was a new play written exclusively for the City of Worthington's Bicentennial celebration. "The Scioto Company" tells the story of the founding of Worthington by James Kilbourn. Performances were held during the month of July, 2003 at Thomas Worthington High School. The author of the script, award winning playwright and Emmy nominee Brian Burgess Clark, was a 1979 graduate of Worthington High School. The cast and crew of the play, directed by Bronwynn Hopton (Theater Director for Thomas Worthington High School), consisted of Worthington Schools alumni. This program provides a brief biographical sketch and photograph of each cast member.
It features the people Bronwynn Hopton, Brian Burgess Clark, David Hopton, Nancy Lacher, Jim Masters, David Keller, Bev Manzione, Kate Oppermann, Donna Freshour, Marie Stewart, Hillery Bronwynn Hopton, Lauren Baker, Emily Stopa, Emily Stimpert, Jenny Bussa, Chris Lau, Kirsten Reach, Phil Ring, Matt Hurt, Jessica Wu, Chuck Buford, Michael Hamilton, Shelly Tseng, Joseph Price, Andy Falter, Nick Fetzer, Gerry Thomas, Myvonwynn Hopton, Thomas Stimpert, Dan Thorward, Patricia Jones, Ross Mauck, Nathan Hicks, Ken Morrow, Carolyn Harding, Stefan Langer, Linda Dorff, Tyler Seiple, Grant Hoskins, Justin Nee, Eryn Ashmore, Alexandra Olson, Brian Avers, Madison Hutsko, Deborah Umunnabuike and Victoria Zavodischer.
It covers the city Worthington.
You can find the original at Worthington Libraries.
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The Worthington Memory identification code is cow0096_001.
This metadata record was human prepared by Worthington Libraries on September 3, 2003. It was last updated September 20, 2022.