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- Michael Rohd Director of "The Race"; Visiting Professor of Theater and Performing Arts, Georgetown University; and Founding Artistic Director, Sojourn Theatre (Portland OR)
- Lucy Obus Student, Georgetown University
- Shannon Scrofano Scenic & media designer, "The Race"
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