Alyssa Freeman

Alyssa is going to attend Dean College to pursue a dream in Musical Theater.

School: Bourne High School & Cape Cod Community College (hs dipolma and AA in general studies at the same time participated in ECEP at Bourne High)

Accomplishments: Alyssa was given the top talent scholarship from Dean college. She is graduating Cape Cod Community College with a perfect 4.0

Extracurriculars: Alyssa was president of the Janus Players (Drama Club) at Cape Cod Community College for the last year and a half. She is a member of both Phi Theta Kappa and National Honor Society. She is one of the founders of Homeschooling Play Cape Cod, which gave local homeschool students an opportunity to be part of a school play. This program was done in collaboration with New Classics Company. She is also a member of New Classics Company's Improv Troupe, Improv Cape Cod. She was a member of the Young Company at Cape Rep Theatre since it's beginning in 2016. Alyssa has also danced since age 2. She worked as a performance intern at Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater in the summer of 2019, performing with the traveling PIE Story Theatre company during its Massachusetts Premiere.

Favorite quote: "If you can dream it, you can do it"

Favorite memory: Getting to be a part of the show "Boundless" by Alison Weller was an incredible experience. The show, about Cape Cod's commercial fishing industry, was an amazing opportunity. I learned so much and had so much fun.

Advice to future generations: Don't underestimate your ability to do anything, challenge yourself in whatever ways you can. But no matter what happens, always be kind.

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