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He retired a year ago, but Covid kept him from celebrating until now. So now I’m reposting this story in celebration of Ken McCulough, a theater legend in Jax.
Ken McCulough directed the first play, Cabaret, on the main stage at FSCJ’s Wilson Center for the Arts. He directed the first production, Our Country’s Good, in the studio theater. Throughout his career, he’s won awards and accolades in Memphis, Seattle, and Lincoln, Nebraska. For his farewell production, students who began with Ken’s career return and hope “to make him proud one last time!”