This is senior Ethan Turner's (Dr. Einstein) third play on stage. Ethan spent his summer traveling across Germany for this production in order to acquire the accurate traits for his character. These included fluency in the the German language, medical precision of plastic surgery, and alcohol tolerance all while evading the police with Germany's most notorious mass-murderer. He will greatly miss spending week nights rehearsing with his friends and the great directors of the dramatics program and will remember the family gained from these production for years to come.
Meg Arnold (Elaine Harper) is ecstatic to be a part of her third high school production and to be taking on her largest role yet. She would like to thank some of the best friends she could ask for, Ethan and Connor, for getting involved in the fall play with her two years ago. She will be sad to leave all the fun, crazy nights in the auditorium behind, but knows there will always be memories to look back to.
Sophie Cowburn (Officer O’Hara) is thrilled to be a part of her fifth high school production, some of which included 42nd Street, Beauty and the Beast, and Grease. She would like to thank her friends, and especially her parents, for dealing with her and all her outrageous malarky.
Nicole Cummins (Awesome Student Director) is thrilled to be a part of Arsenic and Old Lace! In the past, she appeared as Student Director and Patron 1 in Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Show, and participated in Beauty and the Beast, 42nd Street, and Brigadoon as a trumpet player in the pit. Drama had always fascinated Nicole, and she is so happy to have been able to be part of all of these wonderful productions. She would like to thank all of her friends and family for supporting her and Mrs. Coller and Miss Rife for being there to help whenever she needed it. She hopes you’ll enjoy the show and is sure you’ll “die laughing”!
My name is Zach Deapo (Tech Crew). My job for the fall play is to work the sound board and control the sound effects. I do have a little experience working with the sound board on previous musicals and plays in the high school. I want to thank Mr. Coller for helping me and the tech crew. I am very glad to get to do the play again. Thank you for the opportunity.
Hello, my name is Dylan Fuller (Stage Crew). This is my second experience with stage crew, and I’d like to thank Mrs. Coller for letting me to work the show. That’s pretty much all I have to say.
Callie Lalor (Stage Crew) is a freshman this year, and this is her first play production in high school. She is very excited to be a part of stage crew for the play. Through hard work, Callie hopes to eventually be like her sister Brionna and become a fabulous stage crew master. She would like to thank her family and friends for sparking her interest in the play.
Brian O’Connor (Mr. Witherspoon, Mr. Hoskins, Mr. Spenalzo) is a senior who loves to entertain the masses and hopes to get paid to act as a profession in the future. You may have seen Brian in his previous endeavors, The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon and Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Show.
Matt Raymond (Stage Crew) is a senior in his third high school production. He would like to thank Nicole Cummins for lugging him to and from rehearsal most nights. When he is not working stage crew, he enjoys hanging out with his friends and playing both the guitar and the xBox simultaneously.
Tyler Sternberg (Lieutenant Rooney) is the ultimate thespian and is elated to be in this fine production where there is an adequate environment to showcase his superior talents, including his perfection of the English vernacular and his connoisseurship of sandwiches. There is no place any of his castmates would rather be than in his presence. Prepare to be mystified.
Letter from Mrs. Coller and Ms. Rife:
Board of Education
For their continued support and cooperation, our sincere thanks goes to:
Sound Crew List:
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