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Alpha Psi Omega is a nationally recognized honor society for students with an interest in theatre. Being a part of Alpha Psi Omega is more than just finding people who have a common interest; it is a group of people who love and support the performing and technical arts. We, the members of Alpha Psi Omega, are continuously working to discover innovative methods of performances and skill, studying and understanding classic and modern theatre, and supporting the work of our peers. For more information on how you can become involved, please contact Michael Haas, Alpha Psi Omega President 2015-2016, at email@example.com.
President – Michael Haas
Internal Vice President – Zak Westfall
External Vice President - Zach Hyman
Business Manager – Tom Barton
New Member Coordinator – Mary Kate Carroll
Advisers – Fr. Shawn Clerkin and Jax Vadney Members: Will Attonfack, Cassie Bielecki, Abby Coppock, Nick Devine, Mike Fujito, Joseph Gnahoui-David, Megan Hamm, Stephen Haywiser, Leah Johnson, Alizabeth Leng, Todd Paropacic, Mary Pristello, Bryan Rhines, Megan Schoming, Mary Stephens
Congratulations to Alpha Psi Omega Kappa Beta Cast on being awarded the 2014 Homecoming Parade Best Dance Award!
Video courtesy of Zak Westfall.
Vice President and Choreographer, Brianna Woods, with the 1st place trophy.
Alpha Psi Omega used all aspects of performance and technical theatre in the 2013-2014 academic year to create the one night only special event of the 24 HOUR SHOW.
Alpha Psi Omega uses performance and design to create a haunted house experience in the Schuster Theatre each year. Here are photos from behind the scenes at STAGE FRIGHT 2013.
Alpha Psi Omega uses art to reach out to the communities and schools around Erie. Photos from Alpha Psi Omega creating sidewalk art to welcome back students at Wayne Middle School for the 2013-2014 academic year. Photos courtesy of Zak Westfall.
Photos from Alpha Psi Omega's production of Once Upon a Forest in conjunction with the Erie Playhouse. Produced and directed by members of Alpha Psi Omega.
Alpha Psi Omega members actively support and volunteer at the MLK Center. APO members tutor students, as well as conduct acting and improv classes and exercises.
Alpha Psi Omega is actively involved in the Downtown Erie community. Photos from "Take Back the Night" in Perry's Square.
Alpha Psi Omega is a group of theatre students who love theatre and love to have fun!