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Senior Kennedy Bingman plans to continue acting after graduation

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‘Acting Up’

In the South High musical, Evil Dead, Shelly, played by Bingman, gets shot by Ash (Mathew Christofferson) and Scott (Brad Croghan).

In the South High musical, Evil Dead, Shelly, played by Bingman, gets shot by Ash (Mathew Christofferson) and Scott (Brad Croghan).

In the South High musical, Evil Dead, Shelly, played by Bingman, gets shot by Ash (Mathew Christofferson) and Scott (Brad Croghan).

In the South High musical, Evil Dead, Shelly, played by Bingman, gets shot by Ash (Mathew Christofferson) and Scott (Brad Croghan).

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Acting has been a part of Kennedy Bingman’s life for almost 14 years. She is a senior at South High and is a part of the drama club and used to be a part of F5D. She said acting is her passion and she doesn’t plan on stopping.

“I started theatre and acting at the age of 4,” Bingman said.

Right now Bingman said she is not working on any productions with the school; she is still recovering from the show she just did called “Evil Dead” where she played Kelley–a main role.

“My favorite memory from ‘Evil Dead’ is playing with all the blood,” Bingman said.

However, Bingman’s acting does not end at South High.

“A couple of the bigger shows I have been in over the years is I was in Peter Pan at the Muny and in the Lion King at the Fox!” Bingman said.

Pretty soon Bingman said she is going to try out for a major role in the play Matilda at the Muny this summer in St. Louis. You would think she would be nervous, but Bingman said she is just excited to see what’s to come.

Bingman plans to continue to study once she graduates.

“I’m going to Missouri State for my first two years to get my prerequisites out of the way and then I am moving to New York City to go to NYCDA,” Bingman said.

NYCDA stands for the New York City Dramatic Arts and Bingman will be able to continue to work on her acting.

Because Bingman has been doing theatre since she was four, she has been in many productions. When being asked how many she had to take a minute to think back all those years.

“After all these years I have been in about 34 shows,” Bingman said.

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