Each performance was videotaped and the teachers watched each performance before determining winners. The grand prize winner received a $200 cash prize, while honorable mention winners each received a $25 cash award. All winners will be inducted into the George School Shakespeare Hall of Fame.
The winners are as follows:
In first place for her performance of the monologue of Constance in Act 3 of King John was Kat Stein ’18. With Honorable Mention, for her performance of Jacques’ monologue from Act 2 of Shakespeare’s As You Like It, was Julia Carrigan ’20; for her performance of Katherine’s monologue from Act 5 of The Taming of the Shrew was Sarah Mastrocola ’19; for her performance of the monologue of Constance in Act 3 of King John was Sydney Johnson ’17; and for her performance of Portia’s monologue from Act 3 of The Merchant of Venice was Penzi Hill ’20.
Watch the winning performances here.