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What happened to the original Bronson from Round The Twist?

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 23 Aug 2016
Three different actors played Bronson in Round the Twist. Two continued in show business, but the first disappeared from the public eye ... until now ... .
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Kennedy Center ACTF honors Theatre UAB with national award, nominations (The University of Alabama at Birmingham)

Public Technologies 22 Mar 2016
(Source. The University of Alabama at Birmingham) ... Cast and crew from the production 'SFB.' ... Alexander is a student in the College of Arts and Sciences' Department of Theatre ... Kennedy Performing Arts Center from July 23-31 ... http.//www.uab.edu/news/student-experience/item/7142-kennedy-center-actf-honors-theatre-uab-with-national-award-nominations. (noodl.
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SUL ROSS THEATRE HONORED AT ACTF COMPETITION (Sul Ross State University)

Public Technologies 19 Oct 2015
(Source. Sul Ross State University). Sul Ross State University's production of 'The Love Song of J. Robert Oppenheimer' received the Festival for Excellence in Ensemble Acting during competition at the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival, held Friday (Oct. 16) at Grayson County Community College, Denison ... military personnel ... --0o0--.
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WTAMU Production Earns ACTF Respondent Awards (The Texas A&M University System)

noodls 09 Oct 2012
Rana McDonald, 806-651-2129, rmcdonald@wtamu.edu WTAMU Production Earns ACTF Respondent Awards. CANYON, Texas-The West Texas A&M University production of The Elephant Man has earned several Respondent Awards as an associate production entry in the 2012 American College Theatre Festival (ACTF).
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