OKLAHOMA - Performance dates: March 18 & 19, 2016

Cast

CURLY: Matt Lang
LAUREY: Jordan LaRae Seguin-McClellan
WILL: Coulter Dittman
ADO ANNIE CARNES: Alyssa Gregor
AUNT ELLER: Liesl Langley
JUD FRY: Aaron Armstrong
ALI HAKEM: Joe Van Hollebeke
GERTI CUMMINGS: Beth McKelvey
IKE SKIDMORE: Terrence Woodson
SLIM: David Roast
FRED: Chris Busiel
ANDREW CARNES: Cameron Keyes
ELLEN: Megan Northup
KATE: Anna-Lisa Doebly
VIVIAN: Jodi Freeman
VIRGINIA: Melanie Warren
GIRL #1: Elise Knox
GIRL #2: Katie Briggs
GIRL #3: Margaret Lang
BOY: Sunny Monroe
CORD ELAM: Karl Hillstrom
FARMER #1: Shawn Anderson
FARMER #2: Sunny Monroe
FARMERS: Sullivan Hester, Debra Carnegie
MIKE: MIke Oboy
JOE: Gil Ward
TOM: David Fleishman
LAUREY’S GAL PALS: Marcee Mickelle, Jenny Whitmer, & Margaret Lang
SPINSTER: Tina Worthey
DREAM LAUREY: Trez McBean
DREAM CURLY: Matt Lang
FEATURED DANCERS: TBA
ENSEMBLE: Brad Lenz, David Fleishman, Karl Hillstrom, Shawn Anderson, Elise Knox, Katie Briggs, Margaret Lang, Sunny Monroe, Rebecca Hoffman, Anna-Lisa Doebley, Sally Watkins, Megan Jakupcak, Marqui Severson, Leigh Jacobson, Trudy Manley, Jenny Whitmer, Marcee Mickelle, Megan Northup, Stephanie Nelson, Debra Carnegie, Melanie Warren, Jodi Freeman, Beth McKelvey & Gil Ward

Orchestra

Cello: Sue Zell

Cello: Marieka Klawitter

Violin: Myrnie Van Kempen

Violin: Leah Meyer

Violin: Brant Allen

Violin: Jeremy Tapp

Violin: Eva Bland

Violin: Ruby Powers

Violin: Dave Evans

Viola: Daniela Grabs

Viola: Ciara Lee

Viola: Andrew Van Kempen

Flute: David Hyre

Acoustic Bass: Rebecca Young

Acoustic Bass: Evelyn Redding

Clarinet: Jayne Marquess

Clarinet: Brad Stevens

Clarinet: Max McKelvey

Clarinet: Harper Kuhn

Trumpet: Dan Rowe

Trumpet: Steve Kuhn

Trumpet: Joe Fotheringham

Trombone: Charlie Orth

Trombone: Sam Orth

Bassoon: Kelly Borchart

Oboe: Shelly Reiss

French Horn: Robert Witherspoon

French Horn: Brenden Hickey

French Horn: Doug Miller

Percussion: Sam Brosseau

Guitar: Jacques Migeon

MISSION STATEMENT:

To create the opportunity for the Woodland Park community to get involved in the many aspects of theater while creating lasting friendships that build stronger community and to support arts programs for Seattle area public school students.

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