Alison Goedde to screen “Fluorescent”

SCREENING OF “FLUORESCENT” SET FOR JAN. 9 AT GIBSON SOUTHERN
Gibson Southern alumnus Alison Goedde to screen her short film made in Haubstadt, Ind.

FORT BRANCH, Ind. Dec. 10, 2015 — Haubstadt native, Alison Goedde, will be screening her short film titled “Fluorescent” in the Gibson Southern High School Auditorium on Saturday, Jan. 9 at 2 p.m.

This past September, Goedde brought her film crew from Nashville, Tenn. to Haubstadt to shoot her senior short film project. The crew spent three full days in Haubstadt filming the short and edited it for about three months before submitting the final product … READ MORE

Alumni YouTube Covers

GSTD alumni Logan Lefler and Alison Goedde have teamed up to work on a YouTube project together.  Both being musicians and Alison being involved in film, this project has helped them them tremendously in bettering their skills.

Alison has been attending Watkins College of Art Design and Film, and she has been wanting to put her skills to use.  When Logan found this out, he proposed this wonderful idea.  Logan has been searching for popular songs that he and Alison could prepare.

Some of the songs they have performed on the videos include “Free Fallin” by Tom Petty and “I … READ MORE

Staff Spotlight: Dani Shelton

This week’s staff spotlight is on Legally Blonde‘s choreographer, Dani Shelton.

I was lucky enough to get a chance to talk to Dani to ask her about her experiences with Gibson Southern Theatre and Legally Blonde the Musical.

Dani has been involved in Gibson Southern Theatre for eight years now.  She has been a part of 17 shows total, including being a cast member in 5 Vaudeville productions, 2 straight plays, which include the state-winning Between Daylight & Booneville where she played the role of Stacy, 5 musicals including portraying Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, Anita in … READ MORE

Staff Spotlight: Sam Steinmetz

 

This week’s staff spotlight is on Legally Blonde co-director Sam Steinmetz.

I recently got to sit down with Sam and get some insight on how long he’s been here at the GSTD and everything he’s “gotten his hands on”. Our interview is as follows:

Sam, How long have you been a part of the GSHS Theater department?

Well, I have been a part of the GSTD for seven years total. Four years was spent while I was attending Gibson Southern High School and the past three years as an assistant of varying degrees. 

How many shows have you worked READ MORE