AUBURN – The Lewiston-Auburn Community Little Theatre has announced that Danielle Sicotte of St. Dominic Regional High School is the 2005 recipient of the Eastman Scholarship.

The scholarship was established to honor the memory of Roger and Gertrude Schonland Eastman, founders of CLT. Eastman was a past president and both he and his wife were strong and active supporters of the theater.

The scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior who has shown involvement in the theater, displays academic excellence as well as furthering her education in the arts.

Sicotte received the Art Excellence Award at graduation. She has been a member of the Drama Society, appearing in the school’s “Box Office Poison,” “A Deadly Reunion” and the annual variety shows.

She was active in the Key Club, Girl Scouts, Dance Team and Music Ministry. She was vice president of the Student Council her freshman year and president her sophomore year. She found time to play softball and study dance at the Camire School of Dance.

Sicotte has been active at CLT for many years, onstage and backstage. Her latest roles were in “Oliver,” “Wizard of Oz,” “Rapunzel,” “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” “Singin’ in the Rain” and “Man of La Mancha.”

She has been accepted at the College of Arts and Sciences at Suffolk University in Boston. She lives in Lewiston with her parents, Donald and Kate Sicotte.

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