PHS to present ‘42nd Street’ as spring musical


SOME OF THE cast members of the Plymouth High School production of “42nd Street,” which will be performed in the high school auditorium March 1-4. — Photo by Claire Sedlacek SOME OF THE cast members of the Plymouth High School production of “42nd Street,” which will be performed in the high school auditorium March 1-4. — Photo by Claire Sedlacek Plymouth High School is presenting the Tony-winning “42nd Street” as its spring musical March 1-4.

The musical tells the story of young Peggy Sawyer, an aspiring chorus girl, who lands in the ensemble of the musical “Pretty Lady.” Through a series of misfortunes in the show, Peggy becomes a Broadway star. “Lul- laby of Broadway,” You're Getting to be a Habit with Me,” and “We're in the Money” are some of the great songs in this tapdancing musical comedy.

“42nd Street,” based on the 1933 musical, opened on Broadway in 1980, won the Tony for Best Musical and ran for nine years. It won a Tony for Best Revival in 2001 and is currently playing in London.

The PHS show is directed by Amanda Smith and Herb Stoltenberg, with band direction by Jason Sebranek, choreography by Lori Schmitt, costumes by Eileen Brooks, and technical direction by Gary Kaiser. The musical is double cast.

Reserved-seat tickets cost $9 and are available in the Plymouth High School office. Any remaining tickets will be available at the door before each performance.

Shows will begin at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 1; Friday, March 2; and Saturday, March 3; with a matinee at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 4 in the Plymouth High School Auditorium, 125 Highland Ave.

Please note that the 7 p.m. show time is earlier than in recent years. A celebration of PHS performing arts will be held at the conclusion of each show, in- cluding formal dedication of the Herb Stoltenberg Stage after the Saturday night performance.

To learn more, visit www.plymouth.k12.wi.us or contact the PHS office at 893-6911.

Cast list

If two names are listed, first is Thursday/Saturday cast and second is Friday/Sunday cast.

Julian: Justin Schmitz; Dillion

Nimitz

Billy: Matthew Klemm; Logan Kulow

Bert: Bennett Josephs; Ian Thiesenhusen

Andy: Dylan Ernst

Pat: Louis Gentine, Quinn Zwick

Abner: Adam Carbaugh, Ethan Lilyquist

Dorothy: Katie Sanborn, Logan Schreiber

Peggy: Madilyn Straub, Katie Pocian

Maggie: Emma Hellmer, Katy Coley

Annie: Katie Benedict, Lizzie Riley

Phyllis: Azure Maki, Erica Birenbaum

Loraine: Keeley Kuru, Jordyn Anderson

Ethel: Anne Sedlacek

Chorus:

Caitlyn Goetsch, Ana Hyer, Rosalia Johnson, Amanda Kreuger, Emily LaVine, Graci Nohl, Deklan Soloman, Olivia Straub, Andrew Van Norwick, Annamaria Welnetz and Vaughn Zwick.

Dancers:

Angela Eigenburger, Hanna Eigenburger, Paige Morgan, Maggie Munson, Alicia Nugent, Kayla Prahl, Katie Sember, Lexi Sheridan, Ellie Staehling, Jack Steinhardt, Davis Suckow, Hayley Thome, Kaylee Woelfel and Sonae Yamanoto.


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