It’s all Greek to me: Randolph continues treasured tradition with 2018 Greek Play, Medea
When Jarred Scott ’22 first heard about Randolph College, he was intrigued by the opportunity to pursue his passion for the creative arts and to experience the Greek Play. Soon, he was helping 3-D print molds for masks to be used in Randolph’s fall 2018 production—before he even started his fall semester. “The opportunity to
"I was intrigued by the masks, performing in The Dell, and the play itself! I knew that if I were to participate in such a production, I’d learn and grow a lot as an actor."
Lily Tacke ’21, on taking part in one of Randolph's most unique traditions