Friday, February 1, 2013

Landry Levine of The Oakridge School will be Reading His Paper "It Had Died of Paralysis" at the 2013 Dubliners Colloquium

The Oakridge School congratulates one of its own, Landry Levine, who will be presenting his paper, “It Had Died of Paralysis,” at the 2013 Dubliners Colloquium this February 6th. Great job Landry!

Landry Levine is a senior at the Oakridge school, where he has been attending school since the seventh grade. He is president of the Current Events Club, as well as president of the Rock and Roll Club.  Landry is also a National Merit Semifinalist (awaiting announcement of finalists) and is excited to attend college or university next year, wherever that may be.  He spends much of his time as a leader among the school Theatre program, having starred in the Oakridge production of "Macbeth" as Macbeth; in addition, he will make his directorial debut this spring directing a one act production of Tony Kushner's "The Illusion".  He would like to offer his thanks to Mr. Colley for coordinating this event, and to all the other faculty and staff across all schools who are participating. May the Force be with us all.

Mr. Levine will be reading his paper during the first block of presentations in a session entitled “Eveline, Paralysis, and the Challenge to Make a Choice.”  The location of the session will be announced soon.

Landry Levine's Colloquium Paper

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