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Macksville graduate Rachel Crane enjoys ‘commercial’ success

Rachel Crane, a Macksville High and Kansas State graduate

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By Jim Misunas

When Rachel Crane tried improvised duet acting at Macksville High School, she thought she and her friend were “terrible.”
Katie Roenbaugh Schwalb, her friend, and Crane were co-valedictorians who competed together in improvised duet acting at Macksville.
“We were TERRIBLE!” Crane said. “We had no idea what we were doing. But by our senior year, we were definitely commanding audiences at our little 5 to 10-minute performances. We discovered for ourselves what made a scene work.”
From a humble farm-family background in Pawnee County, Crane is carving out a successful acting career in Hollywood ...

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