Seton Hill Faculty, Students Rescue Florida Theatre Production

When Lisa Leibering, assistant professor of costume design and technology at Seton Hill, received a call that theater students at a school in Florida would be without the puppets they had ordered for their production just five days before dress rehearsals, she knew that she and Seton Hill students should lend a hand. 

So they hurriedly packed five giant boxes of puppets theater design students had created earlier in the semester for a local production of "Finding Nemo Jr." and shipped them 1,000 miles away to Pembroke Pines, Florida so the middle schoolers there could put on their show and "just keep swimming."

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