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Auditions for “Don’t Drink the Water” March 9 and 10

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Try-outs for “Don’t Drink the Water” are coming up! Monday, March 9th and Tuesday, March 10th, at 7 pm, at the Theatre. There are parts of 4 women and 6 men, and 6 parts that can be men or women. Some of them are younger adults, others are older–we need an old priest, a heavy-set sultan, a classy ambassador, and so on. There will need to be some interesting accents too–New Jersey accents, Russian accents, even Arabian accents. (There are only adult parts, no parts for kids, sorry guys!) What do you need for try-outs, you might ask? Everyone needs to come prepared to tell 3 jokes, one of them needs to be a story. (I want to see how each actor handles comedy and delivery.) We will also do some reading together to match up characters. You will not need to come to both nights, but you are welcome. LTB veterans and new comers–come make this awesome!!!!

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“The Sound of Music” Cast

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Thank you to everyone who auditioned for “The Sound of Music.”  We had nearly 100 people audition. This gave us many choices and we truly appreciate everyone who gave their time. I know many of you have been anxiously awaiting the cast list.

Due to the cast size of the show, the majority of people who auditioned were not cast, but we certainly hope they will continue to perform, audition for future shows, and if they are children, participate in our summer drama camp. This was a group of terrifically talented people and our decisions were difficult.  We were especially pleased to see so many new faces and to meet so many nice people.

For those who were cast, we will begin rehearsals the week of January 5.  Please see the rehearsal calendar here.  At your first scheduled rehearsal you can pick up a script and other materials.  If you were cast and unable to accept your part, please contact us at ltbboxoffice@gmail.com as soon as possible.

We look forward to working with all of you during the next two months.

The Sound of Music

Cast List

Maria Rainer……………………………………………………….……………….Amy Voris

The Mother Abbess…………………………………………..………………..Katherine Stroud

Sister Berthe……………………………………………………………………….Tami Ehinger

Sister Margaretta………………………………………………………….….….Jane Turpen

Sister Sophia……………………………………….…………………….…..Stephanie Moore

Captain Georg von Trapp…………………………………..…..………………Tom Bostic

Franz, the Butler…………………………….………………………………….Steve Booker

Frau Schmidt………………………………………………..……………………Angie Timan

Liesl………………………….………………………….…Denae Belcher, Shelby Fletcher

Louisa………………………………………………………..Amelia Unger, Jillian Chaney

Friedrich……………………………………………..…..…..Joshua Mathis, Evan Voris

Kurt…………………………………………………………………….……..…Trey Kimbley Brigitta………………………………….……Katie DeLawter, Brooklyn Thompson

Marta…………………………………….……………….Chloe Mathis, Ashlyn Taylor

Gretl…………………………………..……………….Kylee Atchison, Lindsay Roach

Rolf Gruber…………………………………………..…….Caleb Mathis, Jacob Bostic

Elsa Schraeder…………………………….…………………………………Wendy Miller

Max Detweiler……………………………..………………….……….……Mark Mathis

Ursula, the maid………………………………………………………..Dorothy Timan

Herr Zeller……………………………………………………………….….Ray Robison

New Postulant…………………………………………..…………….….Rachel Mathis

Admiral von Schreiber………………………..…………….……….….Aden Morris

 

Nuns… …………………………………….………..Marianne Cox, Rachel Mathis, Lisa Kirkman, Jennifer Thompson, Olivia Leach, Aubrey Floyd, Donna Landers

 

Neighbors/Nazis/Contestants………………………….……Mike Potter, Daniel Baker, Aaron Baker

Special Awards Given at Annual Studio Meeting

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At the Annual Studio Meeting on June 7, the board of directors bestowed special honors on two individuals.  The board created a Volunteer of the Year award and will feature a plaque which will hang in the lobby.  The first recipient of this award is Reida Cummings, who is the Costume Queen of Bedford Little Theatre.    This past year she supervised the costuming of three musicals and two plays.

Another new award is called The Spotlight Award, and is given to an an individual who stands out as a supporter of Bedford Little Theatre.  This award will also feature a plaque in the lobby.  It is not necessarily an annual award, but given to exceptional people that the board selects.  The first recipient of the award is Anna Mae Hudson, who has been a member of the theatre since its inception in 1960.

We congratulate both our deserving winners!

New Board Members Elected

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Three members will join the LTB Board of Directors in July.  They were elected at the June 7 Annual Studio Meeting.  The new directors are Tom Bostic, Penny May, and Reuben Murr.  Bostic and Murr are first time board members, joining May who has previously served on the board and is a past board president.

Outgoing board members are Cheri Barnes, Laura Henley, and Jack May.

“ANNIE” Cast Announced

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LTB and director, Cheri Barnes, would like to thank everyone who came out to audition for “Annie”. We would also like to congratulate this wonderfully talented cast! If you were not selected, please do not despair! We can ALWAYS use your talents elsewhere in the theatre! A show is not made up of mere actors alone! 🙂  To allow more of our young thespians an opportunity to perform, we have double cast the Orphan roles. The list is in no particular order.

Annie, Orphans and Chorus:

Annie – Sherissa Minshall and Madison Gaitani

Molly – Morgan Gulley

Duffy -Anna Beaty and Destiny Hanners

Tessie – Emma Willoughby and Abby Wagner

Pepper – Whitney Kirkman and Molly Patton

Katie – Katie Upham and Kennedy Blair

July – Amber Voigschild and Amelia Unger

Orphan chorus: Ashley Rubacha, Elizabeth Gaitani, Annie Johnson, Kaylin Kirkman, Maggie Lewis,Abby Leatherbury, McKenna Edwards, Halley East, Kendra Bunch, Rylee Brazzell,Katie Fishback, Elise Minshall and Madison Figg

Adult Cast and Chorus:

Daddy Warbucks – Tom Bostic

Grace – Kathy Thompson

Miss Hannigan – Paula Henderdeen

Rooster – Matt Frick

Lilly – Kate Lyn Edwards

FDR – Reuben Murr

Mr Bundles and Drake – Ray Robison

Bert Healy and other roles – Alex Elliott

Boylan Sisters and other roles – Emma Helfrick, Charlie Peters, Katelyn Edwards (also NYC Girl)

Eddie, Dog Catcher and Howe – Daniel Baker

Sophie and Mrs. Pugh – Beth Wilcoxen

Lt. Ward and Ickes – Jacob Bostic

Apple Seller – Maddie Murr

Mrs. Greer – Teresa Rynders

Annette – Ana Rynders

Congrats everyone! As a reminder, all actors are required to be a paid member. Please be prepared to pay your membership at your first rehearsal, if you have not already done so! Forms will be available at the theatre. If you were a drama camp participant, the child’s membership is already paid! CONGRATS!! BREAK A LEG!!


Cast Announced for "Charlie Brown"

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Cast List for “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”

  • Charlie Brown – Phillip Gootee
  • Snoopy – Drew Stewart
  • Lucy Van Pelt – Amy Voris
  • Sally Brown – Jessica Stewart
  • Linus Van Pelt – Alexx Elliott
  • Schroeder – Brian Rainey
  • Adult Chorus:  Ashley Vandgrift, Lisa Skeen, Emily Carroll, Angie Sanders
  • Teen Chorus:   John Epping, Zahra Girgis (Woodstock), Vonya Girgis, Anna Beaty, Grace Bohnenkamp, Vincent Bodkins, Olivia Sanders, Ashley Rubacha, Evan Voris, Isaiah Wray, Katie Fishback
  • Kids Chorus (Woodstock Chorus):  Zahra Girgis, Ella Peek, Bella Held, Gary McFadden, Alecia McFadden, Emily Enochs, Baiden Kinnamon, Rylee Brazzell, Jackson Craig, Katie Godlevske, Noah Godlevske

Watch “The Keeper of the House” Online

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Our original production “The Keeper of the House” was taped by our local Star Station cable channel.  The play/musical was written by Maria Edwards.

A Melodrama/Play with Music/Serio-comedy, Written and Directed by Maria Edwards
Katherine Dillman wants her inheritance from her uncle Adrien LaRoe now and will do whatever it takes to get it. She sends her son, Wendel, undercover to live at her uncle’s boarding house in order to speed things along. The problem is Uncle Adrien only boards to young women, so Wendel must pretend to be a girl for the scheme to work. Reluctant, but feeling justified, Wendel agrees to her plan to get his share. Over time, Wendel grows to like the old man, falls in love with one of the boarders, and changes his mind about the whole deal, much to the disappointment of his mother.