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Although it might come as a surprise to some, Jordan says it took him a while to come out of his shell at Millbrook. It was dancing the “Napoleon Dynamite” routine during Winter Weekend his Vth form year when he discovered a comfort on stage, performing in the spotlight. His interest peaked, he chose to take improv the following year. Capping his Millbrook experience by performing a series of three monologues was his perfect expression of the progress he had made. Purposefully, he explored more serious characters in his CES presentation, moving away from comedy, his comfort zone. What resulted was an inspirational exploration into complex characters. It is evident that Jordan is at home taking center stage, and his performances were an exploration into his own growth and development during his time at Millbrook.