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IKE HAWKERSMITH

Ike Hawkersmith has appeared in numerous principal rôles on stage including Dill in To Kill a Mockingbird, Tom in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Charlie in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Kurt von Trapp in The Sound of Music, and Young Tommy in The Who’s Tommy. He has performed in several productions with the Nashville Ballet including Fritz in the Nutcracker. He sang in the children’s chorus in Carmen with the Nashville Opera, and sang the rôle of Amahl in the Nashville Symphony/Nashville Opera production of Amahl and the Night Visitors. He has been a principal in eight student films with Watkins College of Art and Design and is actively pursuing a career in musical theatre and film.

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