Monday, May 31, 2021

WEEK AT A GLANCE: May 31-June 6, 2021

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Valley Actor Ethan Drew co-starring in new horror film SCARE US

Valley Actor Ethan Drew is co-starring in a new horror feature-film titled Scare Us, featuring Tom Sandoval from Vanderpump Rules

The film is currently premiering on Virtual Cinema and will be on VOD beginning July 29th.

You can find out more info HERE

Five different writers . . . Five horror stories . . . One terrifying night!
A chilling horror anthology comprising five short stories, penned by an unlikely group of aspiring writers, in Sugarton - a small town plagued by the apparent return of an infamous serial killer, dubbed "Cutthroat." They've come to share their scary stories (with each other and the bookstore owner, Peter, who leads the group), but soon discover they've become the stars of a sick killer's own twisted tale.

Check out the trailer below!

Sunday, May 30, 2021

THE VELOCITY OF AUTUMN - Stage Left Productions - June 23 - July 11 2021

A Dramatic Comedy by Eric Coble

Directed by Cody Dull

THE VELOCITY OF AUTUMN swirls around Alexandra, an 80-year-old artist in a showdown with her family over where she’ll spend her remaining years. In Alexandra’s corner are her wit, her volcanic passion, and the fact that she’s barricaded herself in her Brooklyn brownstone with enough Molotov cocktails to take out the block. But her children have their own secret weapon: estranged son Chris, who returns after 20 years, crawls through Alexandra’s second-floor window and becomes the family’s unlikely mediator. No sooner are the words “Hi, Mom” uttered than the emotional bombs start detonating. THE VELOCITY OF AUTUMN is a wickedly funny and wonderfully touching discovery of the fragility and ferocity of life.
Alexandra: Ann Harper
​Chris: Eric Schoen
Wednesday June 23  7:00pm
Thursday June 24  7:00pm
Friday June 25  7:00pm
Saturday June 26  7:00pm
Sunday June 27  2:00pm

Wednesday June 30  7:00pm
Thursday July 1  7:00pm
Friday July 2  7:00pm
Saturday July 3  2:00pm

Wednesday July 7  7:00pm
Thursday July 8  7:00pm
Friday July 9  7:00pm
Saturday July 10  2:00pm
Saturday July 10  7:00pm
Sunday July 11  2:00pm

Silver Star Theater announces Auditions for Actors and a Piano Player for their upcoming Murder Mystery MURDER IN PARADISE on June 5


Audition Notice
Actors and Piano Player

Show: “Murder in Paradise” – an audience-participation, comedy murder mystery.

Audition Date/Time: Saturday, 5 June, 2021. 1:00 – 4:40 P.M.
Location: Silver Star Theatre, 5247 E. Brown, Mesa AZ, 85205

The Silver Star Theatre will be holding open auditions for its upcoming production of “Murder in Paradise.” Actors should prepare a short (no more than one minute) comedic monologue and be prepared to read from the script. This is a fully-scripted show, but the performances do require improvisational ability, so be prepared with your imagination… as well as your headshot and resume.

Rehearsals will be held in the evenings during the week and during the afternoons on Saturdays, depending on the availability of the cast/theatre.

The production is scheduled to open on Friday, 9 July for an initial run of six weeks, with a possible extension. Performances are on Friday and Saturday evenings.

This is paid work: $50 per performance, plus $100 for the rehearsal period.

This production takes place in a large room (there is no stage) with up to one-hundred guests, all of whom have been given new identities for the evening and are participants in the story. 

The roles are as follows:

Calvin Winchester III (Male 45-60) -- Patriarch of the Winchester family: A game hunter from the old school. He organizes/leads safaris on the secluded Isle de Mortier in the South Pacific. He hunts for the joy of the chase. Great-grandson of Remington Winchester. Has a Texas accent.

Matilda de Mortier Winchester (Female 45-60) -- Calvin's wife. She hates the jungle, but loves the Winchester Manor (formerly the Chateau de Mortier), which has been in her family for generations. Her family had the status, but not the money, and was about to lose the de Mortier Preserve when she married Calvin. Has a French accent.

Reggie Winchester (M/F 18-30) -- Their son or daughter. S/He wants to inherit, then sell, the Manor, then move to civilization -- after s/he pays her/his huge gambling debts, of course. If s/he could grow up and become Thurston Howell III, s/he would.

Robert "Flash" La Rapier (Male 18-30) -- The fiendishly handsome photographer of the island's newspaper, with aspirations of becoming a filmmaker. Adopted son of Jacqueline La Rapier.

Claire Winchester (Female 18-30) -- The cowgirl daughter of Calvin and Matilda. Just returned from college, she will do whatever it takes to get what she wants in life. Must appear to be twenty years old.

Victoria Siren (Female 40-60) -- Cal’s former girlfriend. A former child star, once known as "The Gingerbread Girl," attempting to make a comeback as a serious adult actress, despite her complete lack of acting talent. 

Sidney Lumière (Male 28-65) -- French auteur director who has become more Hollywood the longer he's stayed in the business. He is doing research for his next film, in which Victoria Siren is set to star. He keeps his French accent hidden… most of the time.

Chives (Male 25-65) -- The Manservant of the Winchester Manor. Loyal, droll, and deadly accurate in his appraisals of personalities. He is rarely without his cup of tea nearby. He also serves as the Stage Manager for the production.

Chief Inspector Wes Chester (Male 45-60) -- This ex-San Francisco cop is an old friend of the Winchesters. He has seen the seamy underside of life and, years ago. took Calvin's offer to become the Chief Inspector of Police of the Island. He leads the investigation. (Played by the same actor who plays Calvin.) This role has a very large line load.

Magistrate de Liqueur (Male 25-65) -- A bumbling-yet-earnest French aristocrat who has risen to the level of his incompetence. Regally titled and royally broke. (Played by the same actor who plays Chives.)

Piano Player – Although the show is not a musical, it is accompanied throughout be a piano player – as in a melodrama. A score is provided, but “musical commentary” is essential and encouraged.

Saturday, May 29, 2021

The Winners of the 2021 ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Awards!

The winners of the ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Awards were announced this evening. 

Congratulations to:

Best Male Lead  winner of the 2021 ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Awards: Tyler Baldwin from Queen Creek High School.

Best Female Lead  winner of the 2021 ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Awards: Kristiana Corona from Hamilton High School.

Best Musical winner of the 2021 ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Awards: Queen Creek High School - NEWSIES

Best Leads Male and Female will compete in the New York virtual presentation of the Jimmy Awards on July 15

Bravo to all of tonight’s winners and nominees!

FREAKY FRIDAY - Hale Centre Theatre - July 1 - August 14, 2021

Book By Bridget Carpenter
Music By Tom Kitt
Lyrics By Brian Yorkey
Based on the Novel by Mary Rodgers
Directed by Cambrian James
Run Time: 2 hours

When an overworked mother and her teenage daughter magically swap bodies, they have just one day to put things right again. Freaky Friday, a new musical based on the celebrated novel by Mary Rodgers and the hit Disney films, is a heartfelt, comedic, and unexpectedly emotional update on an American classic. By spending a day in each other's shoes, Katherine and Ellie come to appreciate one another's struggles, learn self-acceptance, and realize the immeasurable love and mutual respect that bond a mother and daughter. We are sure this show will be one to delight!

Ellie Blake: Hope Niven
Katherine Blake: Heidi-Liz Johnson
Fletcher Blake: Zacary Nelson
Fletcher Blake (Understudy): Jacob Vella
Mike: Mychal Leverage
Adam: Riley Thornton
Gretchen: Annie Heartney
Hannah: Josephine Maldonado
Savannah: Jonice Bernard
Parker: Payten McLeod
Wells: Hugh Hocknull
Laurel: Olivia Woodward Shaw
Torrey: Evening Calabrese
Louis / Adam (Swing): Bennett Wood
Multi-Role Woman 1: Alice Johnson
Multi-Role Woman 2: Sarah Cleeland
Multi-Role Man 1: Raymond Barcelo
Multi-Role Man 2: Adam Guinn

review - DISNEY'S TARZAN - CYT Phoenix

Jacob Currie and Ariana Latvaaho
photo by Stephanie Carpenter

highlights from local critics reviews - (click link at bottom of each review to read complete review)

Click here for more information on this production that runs through May 30

"The Walt Disney company has had many successes in turning their hugely popular animated films into hit Broadway musicals, but some that didn't catch quite as well as their phenomenal stage adaptations of The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast. One of these less successful musicals was Tarzan, which ran just over a year on Broadway. However, just because a show didn't quite succeed on Broadway doesn't mean it can't become one that many regional and youth theatres produce. Christian Youth Theater Phoenix's production proves that this musical works exceptionally well when presented by a youth theatre....the expanded stage adaptation does an excellent job in capturing the strong and touching mother-son bond at the center of the story...director Elise Palma and the large cast instill an abundance of rich emotion while providing plenty of energy in this CYT production....As Tarzan, Jacob Currie has the appropriate lean, athletic physique the character is famous for, and his wise acting choices provide an appropriately inquisitive nature in Tarzan's character as well as in how he questions his place in the ape tribe when he becomes aware that he is different and doesn't quite fit in among those who raised him. Currie is delivering a strong, solid performance...Ariana Latvaaho does a wonderful job instilling Jane with an always-present sense of discovery and curiosity and her singing voice is bright and clear. The duet Currie and Latvaaho share, "For the First Time," is beautifully sung. Brianna Morelock brings a huge amount of warmth and heart to the role of Kala, creating many realistic and poignant moments in the relationships Kala has with Tarzan and Kerchak, while also beautifully depicting the strong bond a mother has with her adopted child. Morelock is excellent in the role. Dillon Fifield is strong and commanding as Kerchak...While Tarzan may not be a perfect musical, with a strong cast and effective production elements, plus a beautiful sense of poignancy set amongst the show's high flying adventure and comical moments, CYT's production is a winner."   -Gil Benbrook, Talkin' Broadway (click here to read the complete review)

review - DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS - Hale Centre Theare

Amanda Valenzuela and Rob Stuart
photo by Nick Woodward-Shaw

highlights from local critics reviews - (click link at bottom of each review to read complete review)

Click here for more information on this production that runs through June 26

"Based on the 1988 film comedy starring Michael Caine and Steve Martin, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is a musical comedy full of fun twists and turns. Hale Centre Theatre's production features impressive leads, a gifted ensemble, sure-footed direction and choreography, and rich creative aspects that result in a humorous and delightful musical theatre romp....While (David) Yazbeck's score and (Jeffrey) Lane's book include some PG-13 moments and language, Hale has toned those down for a more family-friendly version using the G-rated alternatives for some of the lyrics and dialogue the authors have included in the licensed script. While excising the profanity does make for a slightly different take on the material, it doesn't detract at all from the charm and wit of the show....Director and choreographer Cambrian James does an excellent job to make sure the warmth of the characters and twists of the plot aren't lost amongst the comical moments. James' choreography is varied and impressive and well-danced by the small ensemble...Rob Stuart oozes charm and good taste as the smooth-talking Lawrence, and Austin A. Delp is appropriately comical as the lovable goofball Freddy...Delp looks like he is having an absolute blast as Freddy, and his perfect double-takes and rubbery facial expressions are crowd pleasers....Hale Centre Theatre's production has a big heart that brings a large dose of emotion and charm, but it's also full of fun, foolishness, and non-stop screwball comedy moments, making for a fun, upbeat, crowd-pleasing event."   -Gil Benbrook, Talkin' Broadway (click here to read the complete review)

Auditions for DISNEY'S DESCENDANTS at Actor's Youth Theatre announced for June 4

Disney's Descendants Auditions: Friday, June 4th 4pm-8pm

Director: Lucy Garner
Music Director: Elise Stoffer
Choreographer: Ryan Ardelt

Please read the below information carefully. 

This production will be performed WITHOUT masks.  We will require masks during all rehearsals and whenever possible backstage.  

We will be holding auditions for Disney’s Descendants on Friday, June  4th from 4pm-8pm at the Tuscany Theatre (861 N. Higley Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85234). 

What to Prepare: For the initial audition please prepare 32 bars (measures) in the style of the show.  You may be asked to "warm-read" a short scene from the show.  ​

An accompanist will NOT be provided.  Please bring a device to play an instrumental track to sing along with.  You may sing acapella.  

​Can't make it to the audition? No problem! You may send a video audition with the above requirements to by Saturday, June 5th at 12pm. 

Callbacks TBD as necessary. ​

Rehearsals will take place Monday-Saturday 9am-3pm June 14th-26th.  Rehearsals will take place at Tuscany (861 N. Higley)​

Performances: July 1st-3rd,  This production will be performed at The Tuscany Theatre (861 N. Higley Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85234)​

Parent Expectation: We do require all cast members to pay a production fee of $250 due at the time of the first scheduled rehearsal.  This fee goes to pay for show rights, costumes, sets, props, and the creative-team salaries. 

All roles are open to actors ages 8-15.

Character Breakdown
Our hero and Maleficent’s daughter. Under her hardened, sarcastic exterior, she has a sense of justice and a heart of gold.
Gender: Female
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: G3

The Evil Queen Grimhilde’s daughter. She hides her brilliance behind a superficial, image-obsessed attitude.
Gender: Female
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: G3

Jafar’s son—an outwardly arrogant thief. He conceals a strategic, collaborative nature.
Gender: Male
Vocal range top: G4
Vocal range bottom: Eb3

Cruella de Vil’s son. Despite a fear of dogs and just about everything else, he has the capacity to be brave and kind.
Gender: Male
Vocal range top: G4
Vocal range bottom: Eb3

The infamous evil fairy. She is a profoundly selfish absentee parent with an unquenchable taste for vengeance.
Gender: Female
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: A3

Snow White’s wicked adversary. An aging beauty queen, she is still desperate to be the fairest of them all.
Gender: Female

Aladdin’s nemesis. He is a slimy, washed-up crime lord desperate for a way back to the top.
Gender: Male
Vocal range top: E4
Vocal range bottom: B2

Cruella de Vil
A Dalmatian-loving dog-snatcher. She is an obsessive, eccentric, and overbearing helicopter mom
Gender: Female
Vocal range top: B4
Vocal range bottom: B3

Son of the Beast and Belle. He is a classically regal, optimistic kid who bears the weight of soon becoming King of Auradon.
Gender: Male
Vocal range top: Bb4
Vocal range bottom: Ab2

King Beast
Ben’s father and King of Auradon. Royal and rule-driven, he knows a bit about being marginalized.
Gender: Male

Queen Belle
Ben’s mother and Queen of Auradon. Warm, but cautious, she doesn’t understand her son’s generation.
Gender: Female

Fairy Godmother
Headmistress of Auradon Prep. Busy and bubbly, she’ll do anything to keep the school afloat.
Gender: Female
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: D4

Fairy Godmother’s daughter. Meek and mousy, but hungry for attention, she’s looking for her moment to shine.
Gender: Female
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: E4

Cinderella and Prince Charming’s son. An arrogant and spoiled blockhead, he’s never wanted for anything.
Gender: Male
Vocal range top: D4
Vocal range bottom: B2

Sleeping Beauty’s daughter. The malicious queen bee of Auradon Prep, she has her eye on the throne.
Gender: Female
Vocal range top: B4
Vocal range bottom: A3

Dopey’s son. Nerdy and sweet, he does all the work that his fellow students don’t want to do.
Gender: Male
Vocal range top: E4
Vocal range bottom: C4

Royal Page
Auradonian messenger, enormously nervous.

Royal Guard
Museum employee, less than vigilant.

Chemistry teacher and Belle’s father. He is kooky and stuck in his ways.
Gender: Male

Tourney coach, resigned to the team’s mediocrity until meeting a surprise star player.

Snow White
Red carpet reporter. She is the voice of the masses.
Gender: Female

Roles include: Isle Ensemble (including Smitten Kids 1 & 2), Auradonians (including Auradonians 1 & 2), Coronation Crowd (including Crowd Members 1, 2 & 3), Auradonian Choir

Thursday, May 27, 2021

Don Bluth Front Row Theatre's 2021 / 2022 Season!

Don Bluth Front Row Theatre is happy to announce their 2021 / 2022 season.

Season Tickets and Flex Passes are on sale now!
Box Office: 480 614-0841

Kill Socrates, A Comedy
June 10 - July 24, 2021
An Arizona Premiere Production!
By Amanda Schaar
Directed by Cheryl Schaar

Socrates. Must. Die.

At turns hilarious and heartbreaking, this is a roller-coaster ride through one of history’s most famous minds… ending in one of history’s most infamous deaths. Socrates was a citizen of the world’s first democracy. This led him to ask the question: are the majority of people wise or unwise? His considered answer: Unwise. Then the majority of people killed him for saying that. Faced with his impending death, Socrates attempts to solve some of mankind’s greatest mysteries. He even proves the immortality of the soul – for himself, at least. 

Here’s what theatre goers are saying about Kill Socrates, a Comedy, which premiered at the New Fortune Theatre Company, La Jolla, CA:

“Hilarious, savvy and smart.”
“Magnificent, funny and touching.”
“A fascinating exploration.”
“Socrates is fantastic.”
“Bernie Sanders would make a good Socrates.”

A Bench in the Sun
Aug 12 - Sep 18, 2021

A Remount of a DBFRT Favorite!
By Ron Clark
Directed by Cheryl Schaar

DBFRT brings back favorites Lee Cooley, Jim Coates and Donna Kaufman to reprise their roles in a remount of this comedy! Harold and Burt, longtime friends and joined at their arthritic hips by the bonds of time, live in a retirement home and spend their days on a bench in the garden bickering. A once-famous actress has just moved in, whose flirtatious ways catch the eyes and hearts of the pair, giving them something new to argue over in this wise, moving but most of all, very funny and sunny comedy.

Here’s what reviewers said about our 2017 production of A BENCH IN THE SUN:

"Cooley, Coates, and Kaufman deliver an uproarious and endearing tribute to the joys and tribulations of aging."

"An entirely delightful gem of a production."

"Part 'Grumpy Old Men,' part 'The Odd Couple, the script is rich with one liners, tender moments..."

Bell, Book and Candle
Sep 30 - Nov 6, 2021

Just in time for Halloween Season!
By John Van Druten
Directed by Rick Davis

Before there was Bewitched, before Wicked and Harry Potter, there was BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE. Gillian is a beautiful witch living in 1950s New York City who is smitten with her handsome upstairs neighbor Shep Henderson. She casts a little spell, and Shep is immediately and completely captivated by her. But Gillian must be careful -- if she falls in love with him, she could lose her magical powers forever. Will she be undone by her own mischief? A frothy and spellbinding romantic comedy, BELL, BOOK, AND CANDLE shows that love might be the most bewitching spell of all.

“…completely enchanting—a wonderfully suave and impish fantasy.” —NY Times

It's a Wonderful Life - A Live Radio Play
Nov 18 - Dec 30, 2021

By Joe Landry
Directed by Cheryl Schaar

This beloved American holiday classic comes to captivating life as a live 1940s radio broadcast. With the help of an ensemble that brings a few dozen characters to the stage, the story of idealistic George Bailey unfolds one fateful Christmas Eve. George Bailey is the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, His guardian angel Clarence descends on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him—by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born—that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.

Based on the on the story, The Greatest Gift by Philip Van Doren Stern and the classic film by Frank Kapra

Drinking Habits
Jan 20 - Feb 26, 2022

A Hysterical Farce by Tom Smith
Directed by Van Rockwell

Accusations, mistaken identities, and romances run wild in this traditional, laugh-out-loud farce. Two nuns at the Sisters of Perpetual Sewing have been secretly making wine to keep the convent's doors open, but Paul and Sally, reporters and former fiancees, are hot on their trail. They go undercover as a nun and priest, but their presence, combined with the addition of a new nun, spurs paranoia throughout the convent that spies have been sent from Rome to shut them down. Wine and secrets are inevitably spilled as everyone tries to preserve the convent and reconnect with lost loves.

Mar 24 - Apr 30, 2022

Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner 
Music by Frederick Loewe

Co-Directed by Lorraine and Joe Bousard
Musical Direction by Joe Bousard and Roger McKay

The legendary love triangle of King Arthur, Guenevere and Sir Lancelot leaps from the pages of T.H. White’s novel in Lerner and Loewe’s award-winning, soaring musical. Borrowing from the Arthurian legends, Camelot is the duo’s fantastical masterpiece featuring the songs, "If Ever I Would Leave You," “I Loved You Once in Silence,” "The Lusty Month of May," and of course, "Camelot." An idealistic young King Arthur hopes to create a kingdom built on honor and dignity, embodied by his Knights of The Round Table. His Ideals, however are tested when his lovely queen, Guenevere, falls in love with the young Knight, Lancelot and the fate of the kingdom hangs in the balance.

The Curious Savage
May 29 - Jun 25, 2022

By John Patrick
Directed by Cheryl Schaar

In this heartwarming comedy, Mrs. Savage, an elderly widow, inherits a fortune which she intends to give away to people who wish to pursue their “foolish dreams,” but her stepchildren strongly object. In an effort to secure the money, they commit her to a sanatorium where she befriends a lovely group of misfits. It is among the gentle residents there that she finds her true family. We find that the neglected virtues of kindness and affection have not been entirely lost in a world that seems motivated at times only by greed and selfishness.

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

BYE BYE BIRDIE - Queen Creek Performing Arts - June 25-28, 2021

A loving send-up of the 1950s, small-town America, teenagers, and rock & roll, Bye Bye Birdie remains as fresh and vibrant as ever. Teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie has been drafted, so he chooses All-American girl Kim MacAfee for a very public farewell kiss. This warm, hilarious and exuberant story continues to thrill audiences around the world.

Friday, June 25 - 7pm
Saturday, June 26 - 2pm
Monday, June 28 - 7pm

Pricing: Adults $15, Children $13

Albert Peterson: Dwight Jordan 
Rose Alvarez: Jeni Wertzberger 
Helen: Cedar Shirley 
Ursula Merkle: Madelynn Atkinson 
Kim MacAfee: Lydia Atkinson
Mrs. Doris MacAfee: Carolyn Whiting 
Mr. Harry MacAfee: Kelly Jarman 
Randolph MacAfee: Joseph Candelaria 
Mrs. Mae Peterson: Sarah Atkinson 
Conrad Birdie: Daimon Brown 
Hugo Peabody: Bear Jordan 
Mayor: Kyle Walker 
Mayor's Wife: Allyson Igielshi 
Mrs. Merkle: Alison Walker 
Nancy: Cami Hagen 
Gloria Rasputin: Cedar Shirley 
Reporter1/Ed Sullivan: Eric Harding 
Traveler: Laurie Smith 
Mrs. Johnson: Alisha Niec
Maude: David Conover 
Fred/Maude's Cust. 1: Scotty Hagen
Maude's Customer 2: David Rosenbaum
Alice: Brynley Wilhelm 
Margie/One Boy: Savannah Jordan 
Harvey Johnson: Mason Lindsey 
Deborah Sue/One Boy: Celeste Hathcock 
Sad Girl One: Amber Grace Ogimoto 
Sad Girl Two : Teagan Wertzberger 
Womens Ensemble:   
Abigail Allen  
Alisha Niec  
Amy Stallings  
Chelsey Hon  
Emily Roberts  
Kimberly Atkinson  
Laura Wendlandt  
Laurie Smith  
Leslie Infalt  
Mary Simmons  
Rosanna Suniga  

Teen Boys Ensemble:
Asher Talamantes  
Bo Smith  
Daniel Campbell  
David Rosembaum  
Deklen Schnieder  
Elias Matthews  
Gregor Hocknull  
Lynden Jarman  
Mason Lindsey  
Parker Larson  
Scotty Hagen  
Weston Banning  
Teen Girls Ensemble:  
Alexis Norlin  
Anna Tabot  
Eliza Hagen  
Hazel Jovanovski  
Isabella Walker  
Katy Smith  
Kendall Walker  
Kristen Brinkman  
Lesia Rasmussen  
Lexie Critchlow  
Libby Brown  
Raquel Murrietta  
Tatum Brown  
Zion Schneider  

Childrens Ensemble:
Abby Burleson  
Brooklyn Raciak  
Brynlee Hon  
Elizabeth Niec  
Ella Whiting  
Emily Niec  
Harper Infalt  
Jack Walker  
Joseph Atkinson  
Lucy Clegg  
MaKenzie Roberts  
Morgan Roberts  
Piper Lorenz  
Rayah Urban  
Reed Harris  
Tatum Lorenz  

photos - GODSPELL - Arizona Broadway Theatre

Photos by Scott Samplin