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Brinn Tomlinson of Temecula Valley High School performs as Portia from ‘Julius Caesar’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition on April 23, 2014 at the Temecula Old Town Community Theater. Tomlinson won 1st place in the competition.
Brinn Tomlinson of Temecula Valley High School performs as Portia from ‘Julius Caesar’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition on ...
Lois Wyman of Chaparral High School performs as Queen Margaret from ‘Richard III’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition on Wed. April 23, 2014 at the Temecula Old Town Community Theater. Wyman won 2nd place in the competition.
Lois Wyman of Chaparral High School performs as Queen Margaret from ‘Richard III’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition on Wed. ...
Jacob Morrison of Temecula Preparatory School performs as Hamlet from ‘Hamlet’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition.
Jacob Morrison of Temecula Preparatory School performs as Hamlet from ‘Hamlet’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition.
Tim Evans of G.E.N.I.U.S. Commonwealth School performs as King Henry from ‘Henry V’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition on Wed. April 23, 2014 at the Temecula Old Town Community Theater.
Tim Evans of G.E.N.I.U.S. Commonwealth School performs as King Henry from ‘Henry V’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition on Wed...
Steven Turk of Linfield Christian High School performs as Hamlet from ‘Hamlet’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition.
Steven Turk of Linfield Christian High School performs as Hamlet from ‘Hamlet’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition.
Tatianna Padgett of Temescal Canyon High School performs as Juliet from ‘Romeo and Juliet’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition on Wed. April 23, 2014 at the Temecula Old Town Community Theater.
Tatianna Padgett of Temescal Canyon High School performs as Juliet from ‘Romeo and Juliet’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition...
Sergio Muro of Tahquitz High School performs as Benedick from ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition.
Sergio Muro of Tahquitz High School performs as Benedick from ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition.
Sean Denton of G.E.N.I.U.S. Commonwealth School performs as Shylock from ‘Merchant of Venice’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition.
Sean Denton of G.E.N.I.U.S. Commonwealth School performs as Shylock from ‘Merchant of Venice’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competit...
Rama Kumaran of Dehesa Charter School performs as Macbeth from ‘Macbeth’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition on Wed. April 23, 2014 at the Temecula Old Town Community Theater.
Rama Kumaran of Dehesa Charter School performs as Macbeth from ‘Macbeth’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition on Wed. April 23,...
Rebecca O’Malley of Temecula Preparatory School performs as Cleopatra from ‘Anthony and Cleopatra’.
Rebecca O’Malley of Temecula Preparatory School performs as Cleopatra from ‘Anthony and Cleopatra’.
Olivia Lang of River Springs Charter School performs as Puck from ‘Midsummer’s Night’s Dream’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competition on Wed. April 23, 2014 at the Temecula Old Town Community Theater.
Olivia Lang of River Springs Charter School performs as Puck from ‘Midsummer’s Night’s Dream’ during the Shakespeare in the Vines high school competit...

Brinn Tomlinson of Temecula Valley High School wins Shakespeare in the Vines scholarship


Students perform comedic, dramatic monologues at Old Town Temecula Community Theater


Friday, May 2nd, 2014
Issue 18, Volume 18.
Stephanie C. Ocano
Editor


Twenty-five students took to the stage on Wednesday, April 23, channeling their inner Shakespeare in the hopes of attaining a $400 scholarship.

Organized by the Shakespeare in the Vines theater company, the second annual event took place at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater with actors and actresses performing monologues from classic Shakespeare plays.

Brinn Tomlinson, 18, a senior at Temecula Valley High School, took first place in the competition. One of her monologues was a performance of Portia from "Julius Caesar."

Tomlinson has been acting for three years at Temecula Valley High School.

Second place was awarded to Lois Wyman Advertisement
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of Chaparral High School who earned a $200 scholarship. Finalist awards and $50 scholarships went to Ingrid Adams of Great Oak High School, Rebecca O’Malley of Temecula Preparatory School, and Rama Kumaran of Dehesa Charter School.

The competition was judged by professional actors who offered feedback on the students’ performances. The judges were Maurice Benard, star of the daytime television series "General Hospital;" John Leon, an award-winning stage actor; and Christopher Salazar, an actor with the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego.

The event was co-sponsored by the Temecula Theater Foundation and Arts Connection, the City of Temecula, and the Temecula Valley Unified School District.


 

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