Dripping Springs grad stars in one-person play in Belgium

Kristie Schuh, a 2005 graduate of Dripping Springs High School, was selected to star in a one-person play, “Every Brilliant Thing,” that was presented at the 37th International Meeting of University Theatre at the Royal University of Theatre in Liege, Belgium. Schuh, who is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Fine Arts at Purdue Univesity, also performed the play at the University of Namur in Namur, Belgium. Purdue University was the only American school represented with 10 other countries.

Schuh received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas in 2010. She then worked one year for Missoula Children’s Theatre and for seven years for All For Kidz. While at All For Kidz, she performed a one-person motivational show for elementary-age students reinforcing to them the motto never give up, to encourage others and to do their best.

During this seven-year time frame, she performed before more than one million children in the United States, Canada, England, Scotland, Wales, Australia and New Zealand. Students at Sycamore Springs Elementary in Dripping Springs were entertained with her performance while she was with All For Kidz.

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