Kennesaw State University‘s Department of Theatre Performance Studies‘ production of Jean Cocteau’s “The Eiffel Tower Wedding Party” recently won two awards at the Fesitval International de Théatre Universitaire de Casablanca, sponsored by Hassan II Ben M’sik University in Casablanca, Morocco.
“The Eiffel Tower” is a surrealist farce by French author Jean Cocteau that is set on the first platform of the Eiffel Tower, where a photographer attempts to capture the perfect photo of a wedding party.
The theatre students who performed in the festival were presented with awards for Most Promising Troupe and Most Promising Actress for KSU theatre student Abbey Sanders.
“The awards are a testament to the talent, growth and outstanding potential that our students demonstrated in their performances,” said Karen Robinson, one of the play’s co-directors. “Abbey Sanders is especially deserving of this recognition because of her growth as a scholar