Rockingham County Public Schools
A highlight of every spring in RCPS is the production of the musicals at the three high schools. Below is information about the performances being offered this spring.
Spotswood High School Presents
Annie Get Your Gun
with music by Irving Berlin
Feb 17, 18, 24, 25 at 7:30 PM
Feb 26 at 2PM
Tickets on Sale in advance and at the door.
Annie Oakley- Jordan Robitaille
Frank Butler- Seth Marsh
Charlie Davenport- Kane Hamilton
Dolly Tate- Emma Potter
Mac- Jonathan Lambert
Foster Wilson- Nathan Jones
Little Jake- Cole Monger
Nellie- Alli Burks
Jessie- Whitney Johnson
Minnie- Alyssa Dandrea
Buffalo Bill- James Schaeffer
Pawnee Bill- Scott Dovel
Chief Sitting Bull- Ben Dofflemyer
Yellow Foot/ Pawnee Bill’s Messenger- Lyle Sweet
Little Girl- Kaitlyn Hunsberger
Mrs. Little Horse- Meredith Weakley
Mrs. Black Tooth- Marie Christopher
Mrs. Yellowfoot- Lainey Raynes
Indian Boy/ Little Boy- Kyle Monger
Conductor/ Mr. Clay- John Hong
Porter/ Dr. Percy Ferguson- Logan Hill
Waiter/ Mr. Ernest Henderson- Andrew Hill
Wild Horse/ (Dance Captain)- Jenny Burks
Footman- Garrett Schwalbach
Mrs. Sylvia Potter-Porter- Kelsey Failes
Mrs. Percy Ferguson- Becca Penny
Mrs. Schuyler Adams- Courtney Morgan
Mrs. Ernest Henderson- Leah Mix
Mr. Schuyler Adams- Chris Foster-Baril
Kelsey Failes, Chris Foster-Baril, Andrew Hill, Logan Hill, John Hong, Leah Mix,
Courtney Morgan, Becca Penny, Garrett Schwalbach, Megan Shady
Ellen Bosserman, Kendra Burns, Channing Eppard, Lauren Green, Kaitlyn Hunsberger,
Leah Jones, Lydia Marsh, Jessica May. Bekah Meadows, Chris Mueller, Monica Silveira, Logan Simensen,
Candice Stultz, Kaitlyn Watson, Aerika Williams, Vicki Yeroian
Turner Ashby High School
February 23, 24, and 25 at 7:00 p.m.
and February 26 at 3:00 p.m.
All tickets are for general seating and may be reserved by calling the box office phone at 209-1450
or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Broadway High School
March 3, 4, and 7 at 7:30 p.m.
and March 5 at 3:00 p.m.
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers will transport theatergoers to 1850's Oregon territory for high energy dancin', courtin', and fightin'. Filled with seven ornery backwoodsmen, a group of jilted suitors and girls who swoon at the entrance of a handsome man, the humor and fun will have you wanting to jig in the aisle, as loneliness turns to love. With familiar lyrics by Johnny Mercer, audience members are drawn to the spirited dance numbers, particularly the most famous, a "social dance off." At the mention of the 1950's MGM film, musical lovers always remark, "It's my favorite." Perhaps it is the softening of hearts, the reminder of first love or the determination of young men and women to make meaningful lives for themselves in the fledgling West, but whatever the reason, Broadway High School will once again leave you begging for more, in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. The sparkin' and shootin' begins March 3-4 at 7:30 pm, March 5 at 3:00 pm and an encore performance on March 7 at 7:30 pm. For reservations call 433-3626.
Seven Brides for Seven
Brothers Cast & Crew
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