Alumnae in the Arts
Kayla Morrow ‘15 is currently studying Strategic Communication with a double emphasis in Public Relations and Advertising at Northern Arizona University. This summer she will be attending Regionals and Nationals with her Flagstaff baton team where she will compete in solo and team events. The medals she is wearing are from placing in her solo routines at a competition in April. She has been twirling since she was 7 and her teacher was Danielle Muller ’00. Kayla’s sister, current Troubie Olivia ‘20 is also a twirling student of Mrs. Muller.
Xan Oliva, a proud member of the class of 2015 (Go Pascal!), will graduate this May from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Music in Music Theatre Performance.
Of course, Xan loves musical theatre but she also has a passion
for pop music. A member of ASCAP, her self-written
debut single “Sorry For Myself”, is
currently available on all the major streaming platforms.
Annie Randle ’15 is performing in Legally Blonde at Vanderbilt University in Nashville. She plays a few parts including Elle’s mom and the sales girl. She also auditioned and won the role as the Anchor of the Vanderbilt TV station, V-TV. She anchors the school TV station on their weekly broadcasts.
MacKenzie Campbell ’14 graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in Advertising and Public Relations with minors in English and Communications. She worked at Hudl (a sports software company) as an intern her senior year of college and she used her lacrosse knowledge from playing four years at St. Francis to help develop their lacrosse marketing. After graduation she transitioned to a full-time role at Hudl as a Project Manager for the Marketing Technology team. #TroubieForLife
Sara Warady ’14 is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Music in Clarinet Performance at the University of Michigan. She has performed with U of M’s Symphony Band and Concert Band, and last year she received the Band Alumni Scholarship for her dedication to the university’s band program. In addition to pursuing her passion for music, Sara is also majoring in chemistry. After graduation, she hopes to combine her interests in music and science by studying Performing Arts Medicine – an emerging field that helps artists overcome performance-related injuries
Delaney Feener ‘14 is performing the title role in Willam Shakespeare’s Richard III at DePaul University. DePaul is one of the premier theatre schools in the country. At St. Francis High School Delaney performed onstage in many shows including her Elly awarding winning performance as the Witch in Into the Woods and Jesus in our gold medal Lenaea production of Godspell.