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Lyndsay Ricketson

Lyndsay Ricketson (left) performs at the Alliance Theatre. Photo by Greg Mooney (courtesy of the Alliance Theatre).

Lyndsay Ricketson (09C) is quickly making a name for herself in Atlanta’s theatrical community, earning critical praise for her performance in the Alliance Theatre’s Next to Normal, a contemporary drama about a family’s struggle with the mother’s mental illness. She is currently appearing as Beth in the musical version of Little Women at Fabrefaction Theatre.

Describing herself as an “actress, singer and writer,” Lyndsay stays busy with rehearsals and guest vocal performances. She also teaches voice and musical theatre classes. Donors and scholarship students at Berry will remember her riveting performance of “For Good,” a song from the musical Wicked, at the 2012 Scholarship Night dinner.

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Harry MusselwhiteFor decades, Harry Musselwhite has provided inspiration for students in Berry’s choral program, so it’s only fitting that a performance by the Berry Singers ignited the creative spark that grew into his award-winning short film, Der Greis. Based on a choral work by Franz Joseph Haydn, Harry’s cinematic creation earned a special merit award for outstanding musical score at the 2012 Winter Shorts Film Festival in Kentucky. The production stars Dr. John Countryman as a man transitioning from life to death. Lyndsay Ricketson (09C) is also featured.

Harry recently debuted his second film, Next of Kin, at a screening in Atlanta. It will be a featured work at the Macon (Ga.) Film Festival, Feb. 16-19. More coverage.

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