CY RIDGE’S MOSES NAMED OUTSTANDING TROUPE DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR

December 20, 2015

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Cypress Ridge High School theatre arts director Bryan Moses poses with his Troupe Director of the Year award at the Texas Thespian Festival, held Dec. 3-5 in Dallas. 

Dec. 15, 2015Bryan Moses, the theatre arts director at Cypress Ridge High School, was selected by the Texas Chapter of the International Thespian Society for the Eric Bailey Outstanding Troupe Director Award.  

Each year, the organization selects one individual to receive this recognition. Moses received his award at the annual convention held in Dallas Dec. 3-5.  

“It is an unbelievable honor to be chosen as this year’s recipient,” Moses said. “Texas Thespians is one of the largest chapters of the Educational Theatre Association in the nation, and to be recognized with such a prestigious award is both humbling and exhilarating. I consider myself extremely lucky to live in a state that proudly supports theatre arts in our schools and I am so privileged to be able to work in an educational community such as Cypress-Fairbanks ISD that embraces the arts wholeheartedly.”    

Texas Thespians, a chapter of the Educational Theatre Association, is one of the largest chapters in the nation, chartering more than 500 troupes throughout the state.

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Cypress Ridge High School theatre arts director Bryan Moses walks on stage as a video prepared by his students is played at the Texas Thespian Festival, held Dec. 3-5 in Dallas. 

Thespian troupes are eligible to be adopted in public, private and charter schools.  The Texas chapter of the Thespian Society has member troupes across the state, representing excellence in theatre education. As an educational honor society, Texas Thespians is dedicated to encouraging and improving the theatre education for students across the state.

For more information, visit www.texasthespians.org

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