Helen, being an alum of Fendig is very excited for the 40th Anniversary this year! Her original participation from 2006-2010 on the stage, lead to volunteering with the productions Aida and Seussical. While working on these productions, she did anything from working with the cast, set construction, props, costume fittings as well as assisting with publicity events. In high school, she continued performing on the stage and in the pit, as well as being assistant director for The Importance of Being Earnest and You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. This year she is excited to be making her first formal directing debut. Some of her best memories of Fendig are from the friends she made and the start of a growing passion for performing arts and music.
Helen is currently a student at Ohio Northern University pursuing Communication Studies and Arts Administration. There she is involved in various music events including Wind Orchestra and Symphony. Her previous experiences in many performing arts groups, including Blue Stars Drum and Bugle Corps, Fendig Summer Theatre, dance and other programs have helped her develop many skills in her field. Her future plans are still in the works, but sharing the love of performing arts will be a part of her career. Helen is very excited for Fendig this year! Remember “anything can happen if you let it.”
Anything can happen if you let it!