1 Headshots by Scott Martinez Also available for weddings & senior portraits. LEWIS & CLARK TIGER DRAMA Coming Soon - May 5-7, 2011 Revisit our past seasons at
3 LEWIS & CLARK TIGER DRAMA Instant Sign Factory manufactures vinyl banners, decals, rigid signs, window lettering, vehicle graphics, window graphics, vehicle magnetics, event banners, sponsor signs, printed and imprinted promotional products. INSTANT SIGN FACTORY 721 W 2nd Ave Spokane, WA Phone: Greg Pschirrer, Director and Choreographer Kathleen Blair, Musical Director and Producer TROY NICKERSON TOM HEPPLER DAVID MCELROY II MADISON CLARRY LIZ CONNELLY KEYONNA KNIGHT and introducing SHADEY DICKINSON as Tracy By Mark O Donnell & Thomas Meehan with Teddy Brow Dorothy Butler Matthew Butler Vanessa Butler Serena Caryl Laura Chamberlain Max Chumov Alex Engelbertson Michaele Henderson Joe Johnson Rae Marks Megan Mastin Indiah Martin Amy McDowell McKenna Mitchell Jessica Newell Jon O Grady Mary Ormsby Danny Palomba Madison Rasmussen Celeste Rispanti Faith Schuetzer Kevin Shields Nora Swoboda Jesse Ward Kaitlin Webster Andrew Wildman Lighting Design Poster Design Costumer Josh Larson & Kate Janzen Geoff Elliot Lisa Caryl & Rebecca Cook Program Design/Video Sound Design/Headshots Scene Design/Construction Theresa Meyer Scott Martinez Stagecraft Class Produced by special arrangement with Musical Theatre International. This production of Hairspray is presented with one 15 minute intermission.
4 CAST Tracy Turnblad.Shadey Dickinson Edna Turnblad.. Troy Nickerson Wilber Turnblad... Tom Heppler Seaweed Stubbs. David McElroy II Motormouth Maybell. Keyonna Knight Prudy/Female Authoriy Figure Jessica Newell Penny Pingleton.Madisson Clarry Velma VonTussle..Liz Connelly Amber VonTussle. Kaitlin Webster Link Larkin. Teddy Brow Brad... Max Chumov Tammy....Nora Swoboda Fender... Alex Engelbertson Brenda... Amy McDowell Sketch Andrew Wildman Shelly. McKenna Mitchell IQ... Danny Palomba LouAnn... Laura Chamberlain Corny Collins. Jon O Grady Male Authority Figure. Jesse Ward Lorraine/Dynamite. Megan Mastin Cindy/Dynamite,...Michaele Henderson Pauline/Dynamite. Vanessa Butler Little Inez... Faith Schuetzer Flasher/Stooie... Kevin Shields Bum... Joe Johnson Noreen.. Mary Ormsby Doreen.... Rae Marks Darla.. Madison Rasmussen Becky... Serena Caryl Janettea... Dorothy Butler Clairice.. Indiah Martin Thad Michael Vanwert Dwayne.. Matthew Butler Silhouette Lights and Staging Office hours: Monday - Friday, 9am to 5pm Pacific Time toll free fax 2432 S. Inland Empire Way Spokane, WA 99224
5 CREW Logan Neil E. Sprague Ave. VW Master Spokane, WA Audi Brand Specialist direct toll free fax Director/Choreographer... Greg Pschirrer Musical Director/Producer Kathleen Blair Intelligent Lighting Design Josh Larson Sound Design/Photographer Scott Martinez Poster Design Geoff Elliot Program Design/Videographer Theresa Meyer Production Assistant... Michelle Grafos... Samantha Slipper Costumers Lisa Caryl & Rebecca Cook Wig Mistress Janette Brenner Set Construction.. Stagecraft Class Wardrobe Supervisor Kate Dinnison (Class of 2013) Stage Managers Emma Bracy (Class of 2013) Dylan Black (Class of 2013) Ben Marks (Class of 2011) House Managers.... Kale Dotson (Class of 2013).... Siobhan Flanagan (Class of 2014)... Anna Hubble (Class of 2014)..... Mica Pointer (Class of 2012) Light Design..... Kate Janzen (Class of 2011) Light Operators... Phoibe Purcell (Class of 2013).. Molly Rupp (Class of 2012) Hair and Makeup..... Sadie Bagby (Class of 2014) Olivia Cook (Class of 2014). Kehly Hedrick (Class of 2012)... Margaret Korus (Class of 2013).. Lacey Lewis (Class of 2013)... Rachel Roper (Class of 2011). Emily Sonneland (Class of 2013). Haylie Thomas (Class of 2011) Set Coordinators.. Flo Doval (Class of 2011)... Will Dubiel (Class of 2014)
6 WELCOME TO THE 60s Listen for these cultural references from as we explore 1962 Baltimore. Connie Francis: A top singer of the 1950s and early 1960s. She appeared in the classic Spring Break movie, Where the Boys Are (1960). Gidget: Pint-size surfer girl originally played by Sandra Dee in Gidget (1959). Sequels included Gidget Goes Hawaiian (1961) and Gidget Goes to Rome (1963). Jackie B. Kennedy: First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, wife of President John F. Kennedy, was known for her trendsetting style, particularly her bouffant hairdo and pillbox hats. Hair Hopper : A Baltimore term for someone, male or female, who spent too much time on their outsized hairdos. Rock Hudson, Doris Day: Starred together in romantic comedies such as Pillow Talk (1959) and Lover Come Back (1961). He was tall, good looking, and debonair, while she was known for her squeaky clean good girl image. Wilt the Stilt : At 7'1", Wilt The Stilt Chamberlain was one of the NBA s legendary players, setting numerous records during his 14-year professional basketball career. Candid Camera and Allen Funt: Allen Funt was the host of Candid Camera, the first hidden-camera stunt show, which captured the reactions of ordinary people to pranks played by Funt and his cast. The show first aired in 1948 and has been revived on various TV networks for over 50 years. Peyton Place: Based on a popular novel, this 1957 melodrama delved into the sordid secrets of a New England town. It became the first American prime-time soap opera television series in Jackie Gleason: Robust comedian best known for creating The Honeymooners television show in His trademark phrases included "And away we go," "Hommina hommina hommina," and "To the moon, Alice!" Don t tell me Khrushchev has his shoes off again : On November 17, 1956, millions of television viewers saw Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev pound the podium of the United Nations General Assembly with his shoe, shouting at the West, We will bury you! PETE S Independent HONDA REPAIR Specializing in Honda & Acura Automobiles Ken Peterson Owner 4409 E. Sprague Ave (509)
7 Exclusive European Eyewear Debbie Cozza, L.D.O S. Grand Blvd. Spokane, WA Phone (509) FAX (509) Metrecal: First introduced in 1960, Metrecal (from metered calories ) was a canned diet drink, like today s Slim Fast. Eddie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, Liz and Dick: Singer Eddie Fisher and perky film comedienne Debbie Reynolds married in 1955 (they are the parents of writer/actress Carrie Fisher, best known as Princess Leia from Star Wars). Fisher fell in love with Elizabeth Liz Taylor, and married her in 1959 on the same day he divorced Debbie Reynolds. Taylor went to Italy in 1962 to film the epic Cleopatra. Although Eddie Fisher was also in the film, Taylor fell for her co-star Richard Burton. Their affair made headlines worldwide. They married in 1964, divorced in 1974, and remarried the following year. Frankie Avalon and his favorite Mouseketeer : Teen idol Frankie Avalon s favorite Mouseketeer was Annette Funicello, who became a star on the 1950s TV series The Mickey Mouse Club. They met in 1958 and became a wildly popular couple, starring in 1960s movies such as Beach Party (1963) and Bikini Beach (1964). The Gabor Sisters: Glamorous Hungarian sisters Zsa Zsa, Magda, and Eva Gabor became known in Hollywood for their seductive, sophisticated, yet slightly scatterbrained, personalities. Mamie Eisenhower: Wife of President Dwight Ike Eisenhower, she was First Lady from 1953 to 1961, known for her trademark bags and fondness for pink clothing. Gina Lollobrigida: Sultry Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida was known in the 1950s as The Most Beautiful Woman in the World. Castro s invading : In 1961 the United States launched an unsuccessful attempt to overthrow Cuban leader Fidel Castro by invading the Bay of Pigs. Tensions remained high between Cuba and the U.S., culminating in the Cuban Missile Crisis in October of Chubby Checker: Originally named Ernest Evans, singer Chubby Checker created a dance sensation with his recording of The Twist in The Hindenburg: The 800-foot blimp, Hindenburg, was the largest aircraft ever flown. While landing at Lakehurst, New Jersey, on May 6, 1937, the ship was destroyed in a tragic fire when the hydrogen that filled the blimp ignited. (Modern blimps are filled with nonflammable helium). Eva Marie Saint: Beautiful blonde actress who starred in such films as Hitchcock s North by Northwest (1959).
8 The Real-Life Corny Collins Show THE NICEST KIDS IN TOWN The Buddy Deane Show was a teen dance television show, similar to American Bandstand, that aired on WJZ-TV in Baltimore, Maryland, from 1957 until It was the inspiration for the fictional Corny Collins Show featured in Hairspray. Its host was Winston Buddy Deane (born 1924). Dean was one of the first disc jockeys in the area to regularly feature rock-and-roll. His dance party debuted in 1957 and was, for a time, the most popular local show in the United States. It aired for two and a half hours a day, six days a week. The core group of teenagers who appeared on the show every day was known as the Committee. (Waters calls it the Council in Hairspray.) These kids developed a huge following of fans and hangers-on in Baltimore who emulated their dance moves, followed their life stories, and copied their look. Many top acts of the day, both black and white, appeared on the show. Acts that appeared on The Buddy Deane Show first were reportedly barred from appearing on Dick Clark's American Bandstand. If they were on Bandstand first, however, they could still be on The Buddy Deane Show. The station blacked out the network broadcast of American Bandstand in Baltimore and aired the Deane program instead, reportedly because Bandstand showed black teenagers dancing on the show (although black and white teenagers were not allowed to dance together). The Deane program set aside every other Friday when the show featured only black teenagers (the rest of the time, the show's participants were all white). Although he never appeared on Deane's show himself, John Waters attended high school with a someone who did. He later gave Deane a cameo in his 1988 film Hairspray playing a TV reporter. As with many other local TV shows, little footage is known to have survived of The Buddy Deane Show. South Perry Yoga Breathing Balance into Life 1006 South Perry Been meaning to try yoga? What are you waiting for! Mention this ad and enjoy a class with a friend for FREE! Special Price $65.00 Let The Make-up Studio create a dramatic evening look for your big Prom night! We will airbrush your skin to flawless perfection and include individual lashes that look super natural! N. Bernard Spokane, WA 99201
9 Best of luck for a successful production! ABOUT THE DIRECTORS Greg Pschirrer is enjoying his eighth season as Drama Director at LC where he has helmed productions of Urinetown, Once on this Island, Epic Proportions, Seussical, Grease, Miss Saigon, Chicago, and Guys and Dolls. As a performer, he has appeared in numerous productions including: The 25 th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Forever Plaid, Cats, West Side Story, and Seussical. He holds a BA in History from Gonzaga University and an MA in Theatre Production from Central Washington University. Koegen Edwards LLP Bank of America Financial Center 601 West Riverside Avenue, Suite 1700 Spokane, WA (509) main line (509) direct line (509) fax Kathleen Blair has served as the director of Choral Music and has team-taught the Strings program at LC for the past sixteen years. She and Bryan Jackson were instrumental in the revitalization of the Musical Theatre program at LCHS. Kathleen and Greg have worked on productions of Hello Dolly, and Kiss Me Kate, both held at North Central High School during the LCHS restoration; two offerings each of Grease, Little Shop of Horrors, Guys & Dolls and You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown; Chicago, Miss Saigon, West Side Story and other unique productions. Kathleen began her stage career at age two as a member of a family act that featured her identical twin mother and aunt and singing and dancing cousins and hasn't stopped yet! She has a BA in Music Performance, a degree in Music Education, a MA in Education and twelve hours toward her doctorate in organizational leadership.
10 WHO S WHO IN THE CAST Teddy Brow (Class of 2011) has been involved with music since the age of six. For eleven years he has studied classical and jazz piano, and vocal lessons. He is applying to both Stanford and the University of Washington, hoping to pursue a career in physics or biological research. Teddy gives many thanks to the cast and crew for their priceless support and patience in helping him learn critical theater skills. Dorothy Butler (Class of 2011) works at Southeast Daycare and plans on attending a community college before transferring to a four year university. She is thankful for the encouragement she has received from all her teachers and feels that she is now ready to conquer anything that comes her way. Matthew Butler (Class of 2012) is the Sprint Captain for the varsity track team and has also played football and wrestled for LC. He is excited to venture into the world of musical theatre. After high school he plans on joining the Army and he dedicates this performance to his great family, friends, and teammates. Vanessa Butler (Class of 2014) is appearing in her twelfth musical. Favorite appearances include The Legend of Pocahontas, Seussical, and High School Musical 2. Vanessa wants to pursue a career in musical theater, cooking or sign language. She thanks her family for encouraging her dreams, her voice teacher, Marsha Schlangen, for helping her achieve her goals, and CYT for starting her musical career.
11 WHO S WHO IN THE CAST Serena Caryl (Class of 2013) made her stage debut at the age of three and has since appeared in shows at Spokane Civic Theatre, Spokane Children's Theatre, Ignite! Community Theatre, Theater Arts for Children and Spokane Opera. She will appear as Rebecca in the upcoming film "The River Sorrow." She is in her 12th year of ballet at Sandra Olgard's Studio of Dance and enjoys playing the piano. Laura Chamberlain (Class of 2012) is excited to be performing in her 13th show, her 5th with LC after Guys and Dolls, A Very Potter Musical, Urinetown, and 12th Night. She currently studies voice with Elizabeth Mosback and is in zero-hour Choir and the Musical Theater class at LC. She dedicates this performance to her loving and supportive family and friends. Max Chumov (Class of 2012) previously appeared in LC s productions of Urinetown, Revenge of the Space Pandas, Guys & Dolls, Epic Proportions and 12 th Night. He is enrolled in Advanced Drama and is a member of the Drama Club. Madisson Clarry (Class of 2011) previously appeared in LC s Guys and Dolls and in productions with Spokane Children s and Civic Theatres, Coeur d Alene Summer Theatre, and CYT s Seussical (Mrs.Mayor). She enjoys knitting, swing dancing, editing the LC Journal, and chasing her cats around the house. She thanks Mr. Pschirrer for this chance to Stop the Beat, the Nicest Kids in Town her family, and all that is good, God.
12 WHO S WHO IN THE CAST Elizabeth Connelly (Class of 2011) is excited to be participating in her sixth LC production after Miss Saigon, Suessical, Guys and Dolls, Urinetown, and 12 th Night. She has also been a member of the Spokane Area Children's Chorus for the past 11 years. She wants to thank all of her friends and family for their never-ending support and dedicate this performance to them. Shadey Dickinson (Class of 2011) most recently appeared in LC's A Very Potter Musical, Urinetown and Twelfth Night. She plans to pursue a career in theatre arts and media in college following graduation and would like to thank her amazing family for their love and support. She'd like to dedicate her performance to her incredible mother Cynthia. 920 S. Monroe St. Spokane, WA (509) Mon-Fri 8-9, Sat 9-9 Susie's Laundromat Deer Park Cleaners & Dry Cleaners *Where Quality is Golden!* E. 120 Crawford Ave. Deer Park, WA (509) Mon Fri 8-5 Alex Engelbertson (Class of 2013) is grateful for the opportunity to be in his first LC production. He enjoys swimming with Spokane Area Swimming and practicing parkour all over Spokane. Alex is attempting to achieve a fast enough race time to allow him to compete on a national level. He'd like to thank the members of the cast for putting up with him all this time, and all of his friends for their generous support. Michaele RaeAnne Henderson (Class of 2013) is excited to be in her first theatrical production! She dances with Julie s Competitive Edge Dance Academy and hopes to someday become a lawyer. She dedicates this performance to her family who has always supported her in whatever she wants to do. Good Luck on the production! Glad to support L.C. Theatre Program ROSAUERS on 14 th and Lincoln Marsha Schlangen 8406 N. General Grant Way Spokane, WA (509) cell (509) home
13 WHO S WHO IN THE CAST Joe Johnson (Class of 2013) is excited to make his return to theatre with his first production on the LC stage. He is also actively involved in music, playing clarinet and saxophone in LC's Wind Ensemble, Pep Band, and Jazz Band, as well as piano. This performance is dedicated to all the people who put up with his craziness. Keyonna Knight (Class of 2013) has previously appeared in LC s Revenge of the Space Pandas (Bonnie) and The Buddy Holly Story (Female Apollo Singer) at Spokane Civic Theatre. Last summer she played Little Inez in Coeur D Alene Summer Theatre s production of Hairspray. She dedicates this performance to her grandparents, uncles, Charlotte and Dennis, and her loving mother for everything they do! Raeanne Marks (Class of 2011) previous LC appearances include Miss Saigon, Seussical Thing 2), and Guys and Dolls (Hot Box Doll). She is a four year member of the LC choir and sings in a local band. She plans to continue her studies of math and physical sciences in college and would like to thank her friends, family, and teachers for all of the love and support throughout her performances and entire high school career. Indiah Martin (Class of 2011) is a varsity track captain and has been on the Lewis and Clark Drill Team for the past two years. She is planning on pursuing a career in psychology at EWU in the fall. She dedicates this performance to her supportive family and friends.
14 WHO S WHO IN THE CAST Meghan Mastin (Class of 2011) is a varsity cheer leading captain who took ballet lessons for eleven years, along with modern, tap, and jazz. She plans on pursuing a career in nursing at EWU. She would like to thank her cast and crew for accepting her into their family and for their support, and dedicates this performance to her parents, who drove her to practices, performances, & games, & always encouraged her to try new things. Amy McDowell (Class of 2014) is excited to be in her second LC production after appearing in 12 th Night. She has been involved in numerous community theater productions and was recently a part of 2010's Spokane Civic Theater Performing Arts Day Camp. She enjoys art and whatever sports and would like to dedicate this performance to her older sister, Laura, who has inspired her to make the most out of her theater experience at LC McKenna Mitchell (Class of 2011) is appearing in her second LC show after appearing in Guys and Dolls (Hot Box Doll). She has studied ballet and piano for ten years and is a four year member of LC s drill team where she has been captain for the past two years. McKenna hopes to study cognitive science, biology, or english in college. She dedicates this performance to her loving family and friends. Jessica Newell (Class of 2011) recently directed LC s Check Please and Other Unusual Situations and was last seen in 12 th Night (Olivia) and in Civic Theatre's Four Princes. She has also appeared in LC s productions of Urinetown, A Very Potter Musical, and Guys and Dolls. Jessica thanks her friends and family for the support and dedicates her performance to Grandma Arlene. Charlie Butts and the Filter Tips Spokane s most intense R&B Dance Band Charlie Butts Saxophone, Harmonica Danny McCollim Keyboard Pat Barclay Guitar Luther Hughes Drums Josh Simon Bass Recognizing LCHS Tiger Drama s Production of Hairspray: Making a statement for excellence, acceptance, equality, and human dignity.
15 WHO S WHO IN THE CAST Jon O Grady (Class of 2011) has performed in Miss Saigon, Chicago, Guys and Dolls, Urinetown (Officer Lockstock) and 12th Night (Malvolio). Jon also played with a jazz band for nearly four years, and intends to study music and jazz in college. He dedicates this performance to his family and loved ones, a group of people who work harder and deal with more stress than any human beings should have to. Mary Ormsby (Class of 2011) has appeared in several shows for Spokane Civic and Children s Theatres and is excited to be appearing in her second show for LC. Favorite appearances include The Snow Queen (The Robber Girl), and Far Away (Young Joan). She hopes to attend either Gonzaga or Eastern next fall and study law. Daniel Palomba (Class of 2013) is appearing in his fourth LC production after Guys and Dolls, Urinetown, and 12 th Night. He has been involved in theater since 2 nd grade and has played the piano and guitar for three years. Daniel plans to eventually attend Gonzaga and would like to dedicate his performance to his family, fellow actors, and friends. Madison Rasmussen (Class of 2013) has been doing theater for her entire life, and has most recently appeared in LC's Guys and Dolls, A Very Potter Musical and 12 th Night. She is a participant in Chamber Choir and is currently in the Musical Theater Class. She looks forward to doing more shows in her future, and thanks everyone for coming to see the show!
16 WHO S WHO IN THE CAST Faith Schuetzner (Class of 2014) is excited to share her love of acting. Faith started acting at the age of 4 and she enjoys playing softball and volunteering in her community. Faith would like to thank her fellow cast members who she has learned so much from and dedicates this performance to her friends and family. Kevin Shields (Class of 2011) is delighted to be appearing in his third LC production after appearing in A Very Potter Musical & 12 th Night. He is an ardent member of the stagecraft class & has crewed for previous LC productions. In his spare time he is cocaptain of a Muggle Quidditch league. He is thankful for his family, friends, & LC s drama program. Nora Mackenzie Swoboda (Class of 2013) began her ballet training at Ballet Arts Academy at the age of five. Nora has performed the last six years in The Nutcracker with Alberta Ballet and Ballet Memphis. This will be Nora's first performance with LC. She dedicates her performance to her best friend, Hannah Hudson, who has always been there for her. Michael Vanwert (Class of 2014) is excited to make his first stage appearance. He plays football and track and enjoys eating cake in his free time. He thanks his mom for all of her support. Sandalwood Counseling & Coaching 1503 W. 7 th Ave., Spokane, WA Announcing Life Coaching Groups for Teens Whether students are struggling with how to improve and maintain grades, planning for life after graduation, developing life skills in general or dealing with a pregnancy, a coaching group can help. In a coaching group young people interact with others of their age group who are handling the same or similar life events, while a certified life coach guides them in creating and achieving their goals. Strategies for achieving Maintaining good grades Real Life After Graduation Life Skills Teen Parents Individual and Group Coaching
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18 To Jon, our brilliant and Corny performer, You bring joy to our lives in so many ways, from your musical theatre, singing, and piano to your impersonations, your jokes and your mercurial wit. You are an amazing son, brother, and human being and we are all blessed for having you in our lives. Wherever life takes you, when your high school performances are done and you begin your journey into an exciting new world, remember we are so proud of you and we love you more than words could ever express. You will always have our undying support and we will always have your back. Break a leg, Jon! With all our Love, from Mom, Dad, Larry, Loretta, Caroline and your furry & feathered relatives
19 Congrats from Daniel =) Chris loves you!!! Congratulations! Mommy loves you more! So proud of you baby girl! Nic loves you lots and lots! Well done Shadey!
20 Who would have thought that our little princess of the playhouse, beauty stylist of the bathroom mirror, and singer in the shower, would use those experiences to become Amber in Hairspray? The Rockwood Clinic Internal Medicine Department offers comprehensive care for the adult population, from age 18 through the end of life. As primary care physicians, they are concerned with the patient s general well being. They provide complete physical exams, diagnosis and treatment of common ailments, illnesses, diseases and their complications. These diagnosticians are experts in handling severe chronic illnesses and situations where several different illnesses may be present at the same time. We love you, Kaitlin! Break a leg! Mom and Dad and your whole family Rockwood Internal Medicine 400 E. Fifth Ave., Spokane, WA TEL: (509) North Fax: (509) North Fax: (509)
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23 Indiah, We ve loved being entertained by you for 18 wonderful years. Your beautiful smile blesses all of us daily. We love you so much. Mommy, Kenny, Shaniah, Grace, & Grandma-ma Alex: Talented Outgoing Sharing We are so proud of you. Enjoy each performance! Love, Mom, Dad, and Andy
24 Vanessa, You have always been a star to us! We love you. Dad & Mom
25 Keyonna Motormouth Knight Lewis and Clark High School is proud to participate in The 5th Avenue High School Awards Honoring Outstanding Achievement in High School Musical Theatre. Hairspray 2011 Guys and Dolls 2010 Chicago 2009 Miss Saigon 2008 Grease DIRECTOR S NOTES Tracy Turnblad represents what is best about the human spirit: eternal optimism, hope for the future, and concern for all people regardless of age, gender, race, and social standing. Working on this production has helped me to realize that this is exactly what these students represent as well. Watching them interact and help each other through this process and through typical teenage struggles helps to remind me that there is a little bit of Tracy in each of us. It is our hope that as you view this production, you take that bit of Tracy with you and spread her message to everyone you meet. Special thanks to the following for their support of this production: Pam Pschirrer Judy & Michael McGiveny CD A Summer theatre Alicia s on 8 th Jillian Wylie Denny Marit Lisa White LCHS Business Office ACC Sportswear Jim & Debbie Swoboda Congratulations!! From the Fam We know where you re going
26 THE CORNY COLLINS BAND Strings..Kate Carrick....Anton Nosov...Jeanette Procunier....Massoud Saleki Guitars... Mellad Abeid..Steven King...Bruce Pennell....Kyle Smith Reeds..Hannah Barz.Anna Dunlap... Chris Moyer...Paul Plowman Brass..Holly Amend. Andy Plamondon Percussion.. Mark Tietjen..Kenny Sager..Michael Waldrop Keyboards....Kathleen Blair... Carolyn Jess Good luck on your big debut! We love you Michaele' and are so proud of you! Love, Mom and Dad (and the rest of the family) Stay updated on everything that is going on at LC! Visit
27 ABOUT THE CREW Lisa Caryl (Costume Designer) has costumed shows for Spokane Civic Theatre, Interplayers, Spokane Children's Theatre, and Actors Repertory Theatre. She works as a costume designer with North by Northwest Productions. She's happy to be back in theatre & is excited to be working with her daughter Serena. Good Luck, Faith! Rebecca Cook (Assistant Costumer) has worked as a costumer, stage manager, director, actress, & make-up artist with several theaters in the region. Rebecca works as a set costumer & wardrobe supervisor for North by Northwest Film Productions & voices audio books for Books in Motion. Dylan Black (Class of 2013) is new to Stage Management & the LC theatre community. He has had some performance experience around the area and takes vocal lessons, but is just as interested in the backstage aspect of theatre. He would like to thank the cast and crew of Hairspray for making his first experience with LC theatre a memorable & enjoyable one. Emma Bracy (Class of 2013) is new to stage managing, but excited to be involved in such an amazing show. She enjoys playing piano and singing. She plays tennis and is also involved in the LC drama club. She would like to thank her parents and sister for all their support. Ben Marks (Class of 2011) is new to theatre, but is by no means new to managing. He is excited to combine his talents as an Eagle Scout and an event host with his new found love of theatre. Ben dedicates his performance to his loving family, who has nagged him endlessly to complete his college applications throughout his stage managing experience. We love you and know you will do your BEST! All our love, Pap and Nancy
28 GUEST ARTISTS Thomas Heppler (Guest Artist) most recently directed Spokane Civic Theatre s Don t Dress for Dinner and Hollywood Arms. As a performer favorite roles include Escanaba in da Moonlight (Ranger Ton T Treado), My Fair Lady (Henry Higgins) and Oliver (Fagan). Thomas placed first in 2003 AACT Best in the Nation for his role in Spokane Theatrical Group s I Never Saw Another Butterfly (Rabbi) and 2 nd in the 2007 AACT Best in the Nation for his role in Civic s Assassins (The Proprietor). He was awarded 1st place in 2001 Best Actor in the State for Joined at the Head (Jim). His 1999 role in Lonely Planet (Carl) garnered the AACT Best Actor State, Region, and Nation. David A. McElroy, II (Guest Artist) was last seen in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Chip) and The Buddy Holly Story (Apollo Singer) at Spokane Civic Theatre. He is a singer/songwriter and vocal performance major at Eastern Washington University. He thanks those who doubted and believed in him for they gave him the drive to pursue his dreams. Troy Nickerson (Guest Artist) an accomplished director, choreographer & actor, Troy also serves as the Resident Director at Spokane Civic Theatre. He directed & choreographed Civic s Assassins which was recognized as "Best in State" & "Best in Region" & received six national awards, including "Second in Nation" during AACT He was named "Best Director" for STG's I Never Saw Another Butterfly, the "Best in Nation" selection at AACT Troy's portrayal of Jody in Civic's Lonely Planet earned him the honor of "Best Actor in the Nation." Local honors include "Best Director and Choreographer" for Civic's My Fair Lady & "Best Actor" as Lenny in Interplayers' Of Mice and Men. MUSICAL NUMBERS ACT 1 Prologue: Good Morning Baltimore...TRACY & COMPANY Scene 1: TV Station WZZT & Turnblad Home The Nicest Kids in Town...CORNY COLLINS & COUNCIL Scene 2: At the Vanities Mama, I m A Big Girl Now...EDNA, TRACY, PENNY, VELMA, AMBER & COMPANY Scene 3: TV Station WZZT I Can Hear the Bells...TRACY & COMPANY (The Legend of) Miss Baltimore Crabs...VELMA Scene 4: Detention Scene 5: Paterson Park High School Gymnasium The Madison...CORNY COLLINS & COMPANY Scene 6: WZZT & Turnblad Home The Nicest Kids In Town (Reprise)...CORNY COLLINS & COUNCIL It Takes Two...LINK, TRACY Velma s Revenge...VELMA Scene 7: Turnblad Home and Streets of Baltimore Welcome To The 60 s...tracy, EDNA, DYNAMITES & COMPANY Scene 8: Patterson Park Playground Run And Tell That...SEAWEED, LITTLE INEZ, & COMPANY Big, Blonde & Beautiful...MOTORMOUTH, TRACY, EDNA & COMPANY ACT 2 Scene 1: Baltimore Women s House of Detention The Big Dollhouse...WOMEN Good Morning Baltimore (Reprise)...TRACY Scene 2: The Har-De-Har Hut You re Timeless To Me...EDNA & WILBER Scene 3: Tracy s Jail Cell & Penny s Bedroom Without Love...TRACY, LINK, PENNY, SEAWEED & COMPANY Scene 4: Motormouth Maybelle s Record Shop I Know Where I ve Been...MOTORMOUTH & COMPANY Scene 5: The Baltimore Eventorium Hairspray...CORNY COLLINS & COUNCIL Cooties...AMBER & COUNCIL MEMBERS You Can t Stop The Beat...ENTIRE COMPANY
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