West Middle School to present “Snow White”

Ponca City Now - May 8, 2015 12:35 pm

The West Middle School 7 th Grade Chorus, with help from a few 6 th graders, will perform a musical version of “Snow White” at 7 p.m. Monday, May 18 in the West Middle School Auditorium.

The performance is free for parents and the community.

The book is by Barbara Lennon with music by Bill Francoer. Francoer and Lennon also wrote the lyrics. The show is produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Services Inc., Englewood, Colo.

Cast members include:

Mother: Lanie Varner;

Peggy Sue: Anna Willis;

Johnna (Josh): Torran Cremers;

Snow White: Rachelann Colson;

Evil Queen: Bayleigh Hudgens;

Ladies in Waiting: Meredith: Caylee Oswalt; Martha: Gracie Ramirez; Mary: Lily Bodgett; Molly: Madison Prince; Maureen: Whitney Dye; Judy: Josie Thompson.

Extra Lady: Jadyn Benton;

Mirror: Lane Kendrick;

Huntsman: Brady Ladner;

Dwarves: Zip: Oceyonna Fahs; Kip: Taylor Phillips; Tip: Julia Buffalohead; Pip: Makayla Knutson; Flip: Angel Brewer; Chip: Devyn Bolieu; Big Mike: Kaitlin Webb;

DNR: Nicky Kelly;

Prince Charming: Nikolas Hoecker;

Prince Charming’s Men: Miguel Huerta, Trinity Seck, Victoria Rhynard;

Combat Prince Charming: Joe Bosworth;

Combat Prince’s Men: Tashanti Carson, Emma Burch, Kristyn Varcoe;

Romantic Hero Prince: Dylan Watson;

Romantic Prince’s Men: Nikolas Hoecker, Joe Bosworth, Miguel Huerta;

Young Queen: Kristina Martin;

King: Kamryn McDougall;

Doctor: Emari Shields;

Bad Conscience: Hailey Scott;

Good Conscience: Aislyn King;

Little Bird: Kimberly Hines;

Dwarf Villagers: Jocelyn Pacheco, Kelsey Wynn, Alexis Kirk, Rylee Criner, Romey Leonard;

Head Villager: Lindsay Hollis;

Ribbon Peddler: Ashlee Patterson;

Comb Peddler: Ali Coker;

Fruit Peddler: Kimberly Suggs;

Forrest Animals: Cierra Nelson, Syndey Grass, Kylie Pollak, Samantha Emery, Dalton South;

Wild Pig: Emma Burch;

Mice: Zulema Sanchez, Kaylie DeLamora;

Bats: Kelsi Sieger, Addie Dilbeck.

 

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