State Thespian Officers

A Georgia State Thespian Officer (STO) is an elected freshman, sophomore, or junior thespian to serve as a student leader for the Georgia Thespians Chapter Board. Throughout the year the STO board, containing 9 exemplary student leaders from across the state, have a variety of responsibilities focused on advocacy for the Arts and Georgia Thespians, fundraising for Georgia Thespian Conference Grants and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids, engagement with current Thespians, and planning/executing/leading events for the Georgia Thespian Conference each year. In Georgia, we believe our students have a powerful voice and amazing student leadership abilities that we know are necessary for the success of our organization. We are looking forward to working with YOU!

How do I become an STO?

If you are interested in becoming a STO, please read all the information on our website for STOs and read the Georgia State Thespian Officer and Election Information Guide located on the website. Reading these materials will provide a better understanding of the process to become a STO. If you have any questions please email

Your 2022 – 2023 STO are:

 Aleena Soto is a senior at Starr’s Mill High School, Troupe 6412. She serves as Co-President of her Troupe and she has thoroughly enjoyed serving as an STO Co-Chair. Aleena is so excited for ThesCon this year! When she is not busy with theatre, Aleena loves to participate in student government, bake, travel, and spend time with friends.
Anderson Cheek is a senior at Lakeview Academy, Troupe 3630. She is so honored to be serving as the STO Secretary and the Secretary of her troupe. When she is not at rehearsal, Anderson is either hanging out with her friends or watching one of her favorite TV-shows. She is so thankful for this experience and hopes to help create an unforgettable Thespian Conference this year!
Travis Lucas is a senior at Warner Robins High School, troupe 1802. His journey to being a leader started when he was just in middle school when he became his school’s representative and has continued through his officer position with his troupe. He’s so excited to be an STO because he gets to enhance people’s experience at ThesCon. He has a true passion for theatre and all aspects within it. Travis enjoys dancing, making TikTok’s, and hanging out with his friends. He can’t wait for what this year brings!
Dyllon Glaze is a senior at Harrison High School, and currently serves as President of Troupe 4996 and is part of the STO fundraising team as the Conference Grants Liaison. Dyllon enjoys embroidery, reading, and is a huge Taylor Swift fan. She loves theatre more than anything and has already learned so much from her time on the board. She cannot wait to get to know her fellow thespians and have a fantastic ThesCon 2023!
Lainey Lyle is currently a senior at North Oconee High School, troupe #7047. In her troupe, she serves as a drama officer and has loved serving as Co-Chair of the STO board. You can always find Lainey hanging out with her friends in Athens, walking her dog Clio, or curling up with one of her favorite books. She is incredibly thankful to be a part of this year’s STO Board and is looking forward to helping plan an amazing ThesCon ‘23!
Lucy Tomeo is a senior at Davidson Fine Arts, troupe #3782. She is currently serving as an officer on her Thespian troupe, and has enjoyed working as a member of the Social Media Team on the STO board. She can also be found playing cello with her school orchestra, playing volleyball with the Davidson Titans, or making a quick trip to Dunkin. She is so excited and grateful for the opportunity to help create an amazing ThesCon this year and is looking forward to ThesCon ‘23!
Charles McGregor is a senior at Morgan County High School, Troupe 3979. He serves as the BC/EFA Liaison, on this year’s 2022-2023 STO Board. Out of rehearsal, Charles spends most of his time playing card games, D&D, and cooking delicious food. Charles is incredibly excited to make this year an unforgettable one!
Trinity Bledsoe is a senior at Brookstone High School and she comes from troupe #2936! She is currently serving as the JSTO Liasion and is so excited to attend their conference, as well as help make ThesCon ‘23 enjoyable and memorable for all conference goers! Trinity’s favorite show to see is The Phantom of the Opera, and other than performing, she enjoys running track and field, writing poems, and sticking her nose in a book. She is more than happy that she was chosen for this position and will serve you well.
Salem Sheets is a senior at Alpharetta High School and an active member of troupe 6878! Salem serves as a member of the STO social media team while also being president of her high school’s troupe. She is so excited to not only plan the conference, but also meet everyone at ThesCon this year! In her free time, she loves playing with her two dogs, digging deep into musical theatre archives for new rep, and going out to dinner with her friends and family. She is incredibly grateful for this opportunity and cannot wait to see what all it brings!