So You Think You’re Extraordinary?

Samantha Herrick
Shorties :: Shorts
Running Time:7:35 minutes
Event Date(s)
9:45 AM
Saturday, November 10
Connect Theatre
4:15 PM
Sunday, November 11
Jengo's Playhouse

So You Think You’re Extraordinary: In this completely youth written and acted short Mockumentary, a young filmmaker follows the talents and confession of contestants in a Creative Arts Camp talent show.

Screening in: Fiddlehead Shorts

Bio

Samantha Herrick is lucky enough to spend her work days as the Director of the Community Arts Center for the Thalian Association Community Theatre since 2014. As Director, she gets to work with and for artist every day! During the summer, she is the Creative Arts Camp Director and the Film Camp instructor. She loves teaching kids the fundamentals of film and helping them bring their ideas to life on the screen.
Sam is a UNC-Chapel Hill alumni with a BA in Communications/Performance Studies where she learned basics in production. She has previously worked as the Assistant Director for Performance Club Studio Theater and three years with the Playmakers Repertory Company in Chapel Hill.
Sam has been affiliated with the Thalian Association Community Theatre and the Community Arts Center as an actor, stage crew, volunteer, box office manager, Children’s Theater Director, and stage manager.

About Creative Arts Camp
Creative Arts Camp is a Wilmington summer program dedicated to provide creativity and fun for campers ages 4 and up. Throughout the summer we cover all aspects of creative arts from performing arts, technical theatre, visual arts, ceramics, filmmaking and more! For more information go to www.wilmingtoncommunityarts.org.

About the Hannah Block Historic USO/Community Arts Center
The Hannah Block Historic USO/Community Arts Center is owned by the City of Wilmington and managed by Thalian Association Community Theatre. The building is a historic and cultural treasure that has been the center of recreation and art for generations of local children. Today the building continues to be the home for children, art and recreation while serving as a mini museum of the Wilmington and New Hanover County WWII home front. For more information go to www.wilmingtoncommunityarts.org.