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Clare Ruble has star power

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Theatre arts graduate Clare Ruble '17 plays multiple roles at Greenville's Warehouse Theatre. Photo/Will Crooks, Community Journals

Furman University theatre arts graduate Clare Ruble has had her sights set on the stage since her childhood debut portraying an ostrich in “The Story of the Wide Mouthed Frog.” And even before graduating Furman in 2017, she was cast in her first professional production at Greenville’s Warehouse Theatre. Now, she’s serving double duty at Warehouse Theatre as director of corporate development and events and as an actor playing two roles in the company’s upcoming comedic production of “Pride and Prejudice.” Furman graduate Sarah Bourlakas ’19, an intern at Community Journal’s Greenville Journal, has more about Ruble’s star power.

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