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Songs of Selah
April 6, 2019

On tonight's episode I'm pleased to welcome Carol Grace Welter to the program...

Carol Grace Welter spent her formative years in London. While in the United Kingdom she attended the Shakespearean Conservatory where she was trained in classical theatre. Her studies included but were not limited to the following: Moliere, Chinese Opera, Greek Theater, and the legendary traveling troupes commedia dell'arte.

Carol is a modern Renaissance woman. Her passion for the arts has taken her not only into directing theater but she spends her free time writing poetry and is known to break out into song at the dinner table and grocery aisle. To her credit, she introduced the first Shakespeare play “As You Like It” to the sleepy southern town of Leesburg, Florida where it was so well received the show ran over by weeks. Additionally, Carol directed a modern-day version of “The Merry Wives of Windsor.”

At the UUCA underground theatre, Carol directed and produced "And Then Came Tango," "Swamp Lilly" and the Premier “About Clarence.”

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