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Creative Kaitlyn Crushes Canvases

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Senior Kaitlyn Kingston has achieved a lot during her time at Sunnyslope high school, one of which has been leading the Guys and Dolls Theater Crew.
Kingston has had the opportunity to work with the Theater Teacher McDonald who single handedly directs and teaches classes.
Kingston has had to learn the skill of adapting with her new leadership responsibilities: when a prop is not working, Kingston has learned how to analyze why the prop will not work out so they can trash it and start fresh.
Student Council Advisor Leah Clark believes Kingston’s ability to be a great leader stems from her maturity. Clark said, ”Kaityln is so mature, she is practically an adult already, she just naturally takes charge.”
Kingston said that McDonald’s guidance has helped her develop her leadership skills.
The challenges during the theater preparation are well worth it according to Kingston because she gets the opportunity to see her and McDonald’s vision come to life.
By being involved in the theater preparation process Kingston has learned the skill of patience.
She said that often many props need time to be built but luckily they have construction to help the crew.
Clark said,” Kaityln’s creativity is such an asset.”
This creativity was influential in creating theater’s props for Guys and Dolls.
Kingston has had the opportunity to work with her friends during the process making her experience even better.
Kingston said, ”being able to work with my friends to make our collective vision come to life has been really inspiring.”
Kingston got her first taste of an artistic scene when teachers nominated her during her freshman year for “art student of the year “.
Former Slope Art Teacher Nick White has helped her develop her style by giving her free flowing projects that allowed her to focus on the type of art she wants to make.
Clark, who remarked on Kingstons art, said “her art shows how thoughtful and analytical she is because her art is so detailed, she is very intentional with everything she does.”
Kingston will continue to develop her art style and we cannot wait to see what she has planned for the future.

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