Jeannette Clift George to Speak in Chapel-Forum

April 17, 1998

Jeannette Clift George will address the Chapel-Forum audience of students and guests at

10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Monday in Waco Hall. George is the founder and artistic director of the A.D. Players, a Houston-based Christian theater company that offers plays throughout the world.

George's extensive background in professional theater includes acting off-Broadway and touring with the New York Shakespeare Company. She has performed at the Playhouse in the Park in Philadelphia and the Arena Stage in Washington. She has received numerous awards and recognition for her theater work including the Matrix award for outstanding contribution to the community through her play writing.

Not only does George act on the live stage but she also is highly recognized for her film work. Her film debut was in World Wide Pictures' 'The Hiding Place,' in which she portrayed Corie ten Boom. This role landed her a Golden Globe Award nomination from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. George is equally well-known as author, playwright, Bible teacher and national speaker.

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