“Argonautika” Cast List

All cast members must be at the first cast meeting tomorrow (Friday) after school in the auditorium. 2:30-4:00 approximately.  See you there.

 

Hillcrest High School presents

ARGONAUTIKA

The Voyage of Jason and the Argonauts

Cast List

ATHENA………………..                 Mikah Olsen

HERA………………..                       Mary Ruff

THE ARGONAUTS:

JASON……………………..             Dezhane TeHira

IDMON……………………              Jaiden Castleton

TIPHYS……………………              Alvaro Cortez

CASTOR………………….               Jacob Davidson

POLLUX…………………                Cody Hatch

MELEAGER………………….         Luke Morley

MELEAGER’S UNCLE………        Ian Buckley

HERCULES……………………       Dalton Dallimore

HYLAS……………………               Braden Hastings

DYMAS………………….                Mckay Jessop

POLYPHEMUS……………….        Gabriel Aina

ATALANTA………                          Brendan Nichol

PELIAS’ SON……………..              Jack Cobabe

Nathanael Abbott

Scotty Abbott

Jack Ahlander

Syncere Bradford

Matt Cali

Luke Cobabe

Nic Dalley

Timothy Eatough

Jeremiah Goates

Preston Gregory

Steven Hooley

Joshua Jessop

Duncan Kesler

Sterling Larson

Matthew LeBaron

Sergio Lugo

Quinton McFarland

Brock McVey

Josh Mickelson

Brighton Miller

Kaelan Patrick

Ethan Pearce

Lucas Pereira

Noah Phelps

Vanderlei de Proenca Jr

Jeremy Rogers

John Ruff

Arto Sekepyan

Nikolas Vidal

Collin Vueller

Ben Walker

Steven Zheng

Joey Zito

 

OTHERS THEY MEET ON THEIR JOURNEY:

KING PELIAS………………..         Nick Fife

ASTERION…………………                        Nikolas Vidal

CEPHEUS…………………….         Faith Johnson

ALCIMIDE…………………..          Sarah White

AESON…………………..                Lucas Pereira

GHOST…………………                   Kirstin VanRenselaar

BOREAS………………                    Arto Sekepyan

ANDROMEDA………………….    Alex Palmer

1ST WOMAN OF LEMNOS……     Mckenlie Howell

2ND WOMAN OF LEMNOS……   Lindsay Kenner

3RD WOMAN OF LEMNOS……   Katherine Swain

4TH WOMAN OF LEMNOS…….   Mauri Hefley

DRYOPE……….                               Katie Ashton

AMYCUS……….                              TBA

PHINEUS……….                              Nathanael Abbott

APHRODITE…………………….    Samantha Goates

EROS………………….                     Scotty Abbott

AEETES………………….                Mandi Burton

AEETES’ SERVANTS…………      Kylee Tuckfield, Chale Pollick

MEDEA…………………                  Julia Ashton

APSYRTOS……………..                 John Ruff

STYRUS…………………….            Brighton Miller

COLCHIAN MESSENGER……… Emma Kratz

MELEAGER’S MOTHER………    Heather Hansen

 

FEMALE ENSEMBLE:

Katie Ashton

Annee Burton

Mandi Burton

Julina Call

Cedi Christensen

Elisha Gillis

Samantha Goates

Heather Hansen

Mauri Hefley

Dakota Heugly

Ambrie Hooley

Mckenlie Howell

Faith Johnson

Lindsay Kenner

Emma Kratz

Angelina Martinez

Alex Palmer

Madison Parker

Ayla Pollick

Lilly Short

Katherine Swain

Gloria Swenson

Keira Swift

Kylee Tuckfield

Kirstin VanRenselaar

Quinn Welch

Sarah White

 

 

“Argonautika” Call-Backs

Thank you to all who auditioned.  This is going to be such a great show :-)

Unfortunately, we will not be able to cast everyone who auditioned.

There will be many people who are not on this list that will be cast in the show.  There will also be people on this list who are not cast in the show.

Look for a final cast list by Thursday to see who will be invited to join the production.

CALL-BACKS:

We will need to see the following people at call-backs Tuesday after school.  Please note that we are not holding call-backs for all of the speaking roles.  This list is not a list of the best auditions we saw, just the kids that could possibly fit the roles we are reading for at call-backs.

However, if you are on the call-back list below, please be in the Theatre Room (C-202) at 2:30 on Tuesday.  We will start promptly at 2:30, so don’t be late.  The call-backs will last until we know how to cast the show.  So this could very well go into the evening.  Be prepared to stay late.  At call-backs, you will be asked to read from different scenes in the show.  Sides (copies of the scenes you will be reading at call-backs) will be available at 7:00am tomorrow morning in the Theatre Room.  Pick up your copies ASAP and study them.  You do NOT need to try and memorize them.

 

JASON

Study side #s 1, 3, 8 & 10

  • Jaiden Castleton
  • Jacob Davidson
  • Luke Morley
  • Alvaro Cortez
  • Cody Hatch
  • Dezhane TeHira
  • Ian Buckley
  • Nathanael Abbott

ATHENA

Study side #s 3, 4 & 12

  • McKenlie Howell
  • Annee Burton
  • Mikah Olsen
  • Kirstin VanRenselaar
  • Lindsay Kenner
  • Samantha Goates
  • Mary Ruff
  • Keira Swift
  • Mandi Burton
  • Sarah White

HERA

Study side #s 1, 7 & 12

  • Mikah Olsen
  • Kirstin VanRenselaar
  • Cedi Christensen
  • Faith Johnson
  • Katherine Swain
  • Samantha Goates
  • Julia Ashton
  • Katie Ashton
  • Mary Ruff
  • Mandi Burton

MEDEA

Study side #s 9, 10 & 11

  • Madison Parker
  • Mikah Olsen
  • Lindsay Kenner
  • Faith Johnson
  • Julia Ashton
  • Katie Ashton
  • Mary Ruff
  • Mandi Burton

HERCULES

Study side #s 5 & 6

  • Jacob Davidson
  • Dalton Dallimore
  • Arto Sekepyan
  • Matthew LeBaron
  • Alvaro Cortez
  • Cody Hatch
  • Chayden Oliphant

HYLAS

Study side #s 5 & 6

  • Mckay Jessop
  • Braden Hastings
  • Luke Morley
  • John Ruff
  • Brighton Miller
  • Gabe Aina
  • Josh Jessop
  • Ethan Pearce
  • Brendan Nichol
  • Josh Mickelson

IDMON

Study side #4

  • Chayden Oliphant
  • Lucas Pereira
  • McKay Jessop
  • Jaiden Castleton
  • Luke Morley
  • John Ruff
  • Gabe Aina
  • Syncere Bradford
  • Stephen Campbell
  • Scotty Abbott

PELIAS

Study side #2

  • Lucas Pereira
  • Mckay Jessop
  • Nick Fife
  • Stephen Campbell
  • Dezhane TeHira
  • Ian Buckley
  • Jacob Davidson
  • Nathanael Abbott

AEETES

Study side #8

  • Annee Burton
  • Heather Hansen
  • Kylee Tuckfield
  • Lindsay Kenner
  • Elisha Gillis
  • Shannon Fassler
  • Emma Kratz
  • Keira Swift
  • Sarah White
  • Natalie Corey

APHRODITE

Study side #7

  • Madison Parker
  • Mckenlie Howell
  • Alex Palmer
  • Becca Caswell
  • Katherine Swain
  • Julia Ashton
  • Ayla Pollick
  • Amelia Pack
  • Bella Morgan
  • Brynn Kelter

ASTERION

Study side #2

  • Lucas Pereira
  • Scotty Abbott
  • Braden Hastings
  • John Ruff
  • Matthew LeBaron
  • Brighton Miller
  • Gabe Aina
  • Nikolas Vidal
  • Ethan Pearce
  • Timothy Eatough

CEPHEUS

Study side #2

  • Dakota Heugly
  • Cedi Christensen
  • Aleisha Meier
  • Mauri Hefley
  • Ayla Pollick
  • Quinn Welch
  • Gloria Swenson
  • Ellie Otis
  • Kami Loertscher
  • Lilly Short

PELIAS’ SON

Study side #3

  • Scotty Abbott
  • Braden Hastings
  • Jack Cobabe
  • Josh Jessop

ANDROMEDA

Study side #5

  • Dakota Heugly
  • Sthuti Patel
  • Alex Palmer
  • Becca Caswell
  • Elisha Gillis
  • Mauri Hefley
  • Gloria Swenson
  • Ambrie Hooley
  • Julina Call
  • Brynn Kelter

“Argonautika” character descriptions – WOMEN

Here are all of the available roles for women and what we’re looking for in each role:

ATHENA: The goddess of reason.  She narrates the story and stays with Jason throughout his journey.  She assists him and the rest of the Argonauts as they figure out how to stay alive throughout the voyage.  She is a magical force who appears, disappears and flies around throughout the show.  This actress must be physically agile, fearless, and authoritative.

HERA: A goddess of disguise.  She wants to help Jason because he once helped her when she was in disguise as an old woman.  She hates Hercules.  Her attempts at helping Jason and the Argonauts are a little more creative than Athena’s, but also get them into a little more trouble.  She is the heart to Athena’s head.  This actress must be physically agile, fearless, and able to physically transform into many different characterizations.

MEDEA: Daughter of King Aeetes. She is described as a young woman concerned with magic spells and covered in tattoos.  She falls in love with Jason and goes to great lengths to help him escape her father. When, in the end, he betrays her, she performs the heinous deeds of murder she is famous for.  Although the character does not show up until Act 2, she dominates most of the second half of the show and is a very intense role to play.  She must experience a range of emotions.  This actress must be extremely honest and sympathetic while portraying wide ranges of heightened emotions.

OTHER FEMALE SPEAKING ROLES:

These characters play significant roles in one or two scenes.  Many of these actresses will then also play harpies, sirens, women and goddesses in the other scenes.

AEETES: Medea’s father.  Portrayed as an evil dictator who is trying to get rid of Jason.  In our production, this will be a woman.  Strong, focused and a bit maniacal. This actress must have a manipulative and sharp physicality.

CEPHEUS: One of King Pelias’ servants.  She does the King’s dirty work for him and basically becomes a henchman who assists Pelias in his evil schemes and murders.

APHRODITE: The goddess of love and beauty.  Here she is portrayed as beautiful, vain and kinda snippy.  She finds it difficult to control her son Eros.

ANDROMEDA: A maiden who has been tied to a tree as a sacrifice to the great sea monster.  Hercules saves her life right before she is eaten by the monster.  This character could be cast in a lot of different ways, but obviously the scene is very high stakes.  Literally life or death.

ALCIMIDE: Jason’s mother.  She and her husband decide to kill themselves and die together after they are warned that Pelias is coming to murder them.  They are characterized as good people who have no reason to doubt that they will live in paradise forever.

WOMEN OF LEMNOS: Inhabitants of an island where all of the men have been killed.  When the Argonauts sail by, they create a plan to lure the men to their island.  They also tell the history of their island in a song.  Although there will be many Women of Lemnos, 3 or 4 of them split up the lines and dialogue and are the leaders of the group.

DRYOPE: A water nymph.  Small and seductive.  She leads Hylas to his death in the water.

GHOST:  A being from the other worlds who warns Jason’s parents of the plot to murder them. Could be cast many different ways, but the actress must have an ethereal quality.

COLCHIAN MESSENGER:  Towards the end of the play, this messenger comes to Apsyrtos with the invitation to meet his sister alone.  The messenger is part of the plot to murder Apsyrtos.

MELEAGER’S MOTHER: Appears in a sort of surreal vision in which she plays part in the death of her son.

AEETES’S SERVANT: Follows Aeetes around everywhere.  Kind of an evil henchwoman perhaps.

FEMALE ENSEMBLE:

We will need a strong core of women to play the various roles needed.  A chorus of goddesses, the women of Lemnos, harpies, sirens, townspeople, etc… We will need to create a varied group of actresses who can play these different roles.  These actresses must be strong and ready to engage in all of the physical theatre creations that will be developed by Frantic Assembly.

The majority of the female ensemble will be made up of the actresses playing the above roles.

“Argonautika” Character descriptions – MEN

OK guys, wondering what we’re looking for?  Here are all of the available roles…

JASON: The hero and main protagonist of the story.  Leads the Argonauts on their epic journey, falls in love with Medea and then leaves her.  Needs to be strong, charismatic and multi-faceted. Throughout the play, Jason is a warrior, lover, leader, and mastermind.  He is, in turn, benevolent and selfish.  In our production, the role will be physically demanding while also emotionally and mentally complex.  This actor must be physically confident, athletic, and emotionally vulnerable.

ARGONAUTS WHO JOIN JASON ON THE VOYAGE:

 IDMON: A prophet. Although he is blind, he sees the future.  One of the more respected members of the Argonauts, he is the brains behind much of the operation.

HERCULES: A boastful, loud and ignorant warrior.  He is the largest and most feared of the Argonauts, but ends up leaving them after his best friend dies.  He saves Andromeda, kills the giant sea monster, and rides off on his snow-white horses after Hylas disappears.  This actor needs to have a very large and imposing physicality.

HYLAS: Hercules’ arms-bearer and best friend.  They have a very close relationship.  He ends up getting lured into the water by Dryope and disappearing forever.

POLLUX: Zeus’ son and Castor’s twin brother.  He has the ability to fly and is a bit arrogant and hot-headed.  Due to his cockiness, he decides to take on the giant Amycus in a boxing match that he will most likely not win.

CASTOR: Zeus’ son and Pollux’s twin brother.  He has the ability to fly.  He survives the entire voyage all the way until the end.  The actors playing Castor and Pollux should be very similar in physicality and look.

MELEAGER: An excited warrior who joins the Argonauts.  He travels side-by-side with his uncle, but when the stress of the journey gets too much for him, he ends up murdering his uncle.  He is confident that he is indestructible because of a prophecy given when he was born.

UNCLE:  Meleager’s uncle.  A slightly more mature but still involved presence on the Argo.  He usually sticks with Meleager, until they get in a squabble towards the end when Meleager murders him.

TIPHYS: The pilot of the Argo.  He studies stars and guides the ship for most of the journey.  He dies close to the end.  A strong and humble moral leader of the group.

DYMAS: Joins the Argonauts after barely escaping Amycus the boxer.  Since his former companions were killed by Amycus, he takes up with the Argonauts after warning them in a blind panic and remains with them for the rest of the voyage.

PELIAS’ SON: A young boy who gets tricked into joining the Argonauts so that the king will not destroy them. At the beginning, he is just a fun-loving boy, but over the course of the voyage, he becomes a man.  This all must be done physically as he does not have any lines after the first couple of scenes when he joins the Argo.

POLYPHEMUS: The Argonaut who breaks the news to Hercules about Hylas’ death.

ATALANTA: A competitive athlete who is a fast runner.  That’s about it.

OTHER MALE SPEAKING ROLES WHO ARE NOT ARGONAUTS:

These characters play significant roles in one or two scenes.  Many of these actors will then also play Argonauts in all of the other scenes.

KING PELIAS: The old and decrepit king.  He is so terrified that his nephew, Jason will overtake his throne, that he comes up with the cunning plan to send him on the voyage hoping that it will kill him.  He is very devious and crafty.  Once Jason leaves with his son, Pelias sends his servants to kill Jason’s parents.

ASTERION: One of King Pelias’ servants.  He does the King’s dirty work for him and basically becomes a henchman who assists Pelias in his evil schemes and murders.

STYRUS: Medea’s fiancé who, after discovering that Jason has taken her on his ship, joins with Apsyrtos in leading an army against them.  He is a furious and impassioned warrior.

APSYRTOS: Medea’s brother who leads the charge against Jason after he steals Medea.  He fights in a blind rage in defense of his sister, which leads to his death.

AESON: Jason’s father.  He and his wife decide to kill themselves and die together after they are warned that Pelias is coming to murder them.  They are characterized as good people who have no reason to doubt that they will live in paradise forever.

BOREAS: God of the winds.  Easily offended.  He tries to drown the Argo because he is afraid that Jason and his crew will try to entrap him.  He throws a fit and starts a storm that can only be stopped by Athena.  Must be a large presence.

AMYCUS: A giant.  He challenges anyone who arrives on his island to a boxing match in which he tears their heads off.  He’s ruthless and terrifying.  This actor needs to be huge.  Or maybe we’ll have two people play it…or something.

PHINEUS: A prophet who was cursed by the gods to remain alive forever.  However, every time he tries to eat, he is set upon by harpies who steal his food, therefore leaving him hungry but never dying.  This is the torture he must live in forever.  He is very old and withered by the time the Argonauts discover him and help him die peacefully.  He gives Jason the prophecy that leads him to Medea.

EROS: Aphrodite’s mischievous little son.  Cupid.  He loves making people miserable by having them fall in love.  He is kind of a cackling and annoying little kid.  This actor probably needs to be comfortable flying around the auditorium in a diaper. So uh, there’s that.

MALE ENSEMBLE:

We will be creating a large and varied company of men to play the Argonauts throughout the production. Most of the men cast in the show will play Argonauts.  We need a wide variety of physical types and personalities to create this famous band of men.  All must be strong, physically comfortable in their bodies, and ready to create distinct characterizations, as well as engage in all of the physical theatre creations that will be developed by Frantic Assembly.

Some men may be asked to play other ensemble roles as well.

 

“Argonautika” auditions – FAQ

What is this I’ve heard about the cast working with a professional theatre company from England?  Simon Bell who used to be a member of Britain’s foremost physical theatre company Frantic Assembly (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, Othello, etc…) will be coming for 3 days in early February to workshop the show with the cast.  We will be creating our world of heroes and goddesses in the style of Frantic Assembly’s physical theatre.  This is quite an exciting and unique opportunity.  Watch this video for an introduction into Frantic Assembly and physical theatre.

What should I wear to the audition? For monologue auditions, it is always good to look nice.  There are no specific rules, but you should wear what you would wear to a job interview.  Look your best.  Men, for the physicality audition, wear what you would wear to gym class.  Tennis shoes and gym shorts are recommended.

What exactly is going to happen at the physicality audition? Exact details have not been released yet, but the goal of the audition is to see how well you use your body to communicate and achieve a goal.  You’ll probably end up doing some sort of a warm-up/work-out, and then some athletic group activities that will get you using your body.  Its usually a lot of fun.

What sort of monologue should I be looking for? Find something that is from a play that was written after the year 1900.  Other than that, anything goes.  It can be funny or serious.  What ever you would like to play. Just make sure it is between 30 and 60 seconds long.

Where can I find a monologue? Talk to any of the Theatre Presidency kids or Mr. Long.  Just come to room C202 before school, after school, or during C Lunch and you’re bound to find someone who can help you find one.  There are also some on this website under the Students tab.

What sorts of men are you looking for?  For this show, we are looking to create what the script calls “the greatest company ever assembled.”  They are referred to as heroes, demigods and warriors.  Physically, this could be men of all shapes and sizes.  However, we are looking specifically for men who can use their bodies (no matter how small or large) to communicate power and confidence.  We are looking for men who are comfortable in their bodies and who can portray strength and relationships without always speaking.  Again, there is no specific body type we are looking for, as we have seen the above traits portrayed by men of all shapes and sizes.

What sorts of women are you looking for? Most of the women will be asked to play some sort of speaking role and there are a wide variety of characters available.  When we watch the women monologues, we will be looking for confidence and an ability to fight for a goal as you speak your lines.  Due to the physical theatre nature of the show, we will need to cast women who are physically comfortable and expressive as well, so keep that in mind as you prepare your monologue.

What speaking roles are available?  Click here for an exhaustive list of all of the roles we are looking to cast, as well as what we are looking for in each role.

Do I need to sign up for an audition time?  Women – yes.  Men – only if you want to perform a monologue to be considered for a speaking role.  Men who only want to be considered for a non-speaking ensemble role only need to show up to the physicality auditions.  A sign-up sheet is posted outside of room C202 just at the top of the staircase by the cafeteria.

How often are rehearsals?  Rehearsals will not begin until the last week of January.  Starting then through February, rehearsals for most cast members will probably only be 1-3 times per week.  Some of the larger speaking roles (Jason, Athena, Hera, Medea, etc…) will probably be there 3-5 times a week. All rehearsals will occur between 230-530pm.  Then, in March, the whole cast will rehearse every afternoon after school, as well as 2 Saturdays for the two weeks before the show opens on March 17.

I am in other school teams and activities.  Is it still possible to be in the show?   Bring your practice schedule to auditions and write down for us when your other practices are…then we can go from there.  In the past, we have found a way to work with every other team and club at Hillcrest.  Some times it requires a little give and take, but if you want to, we can usually make it work.

I’ve never really done anything like this before. Should I still try out?  Yes.  Mr. Long loves working with beginners…especially ones who are raw and ready to try something new.  Most of the best performances in Hillcrest’s theatre past have come from kids who started out thinking that theatre wasn’t their “thing” but tried it any way.  In fact, this show is the perfect show for a beginner…especially guys.

Are there Call-backs?  Yes.  We will invite a small group of students to participate in call-back auditions on the 8th and 9th of December.  These would be for the larger speaking roles in the show.  If you do not get called back, that does not mean that you were not cast in the show.  A full cast list will be posted by the 10th.  At the call-backs, we will have you read from scenes in the show.

Are there any fees or cost to participate if I make the show?  Nope.  Although you may be asked to provide some parts of your costume.

Who can audition for this?   Anyone who is a student at Hillcrest High School.  No other requirements.

How many people will be cast in the show?  Am I guaranteed a spot if I audition?  The exact size of the cast has yet to be determined.  No, you are not guaranteed a spot if you audition.  This will be a fairly large cast, however there will probably be a a good amount of auditioners who will not be cast in the show.  But also, a lot who will.

“Argonautika” auditions for WOMEN

Hillcrest High School announces

WOMEN AUDITIONS for

Argonautika

The Voyage of Jason and the Argonauts

Monday, December 7

Starting at 4:00 in C202

Come prepared with a 30-60 second monologue from a contemporary play. You can sign up for a time outside room C202.

*Rehearsals will be held 1-2 times a week from January through February, and then every day after school for the first 2 weeks of March.  The show performs March 17-19, 2016.*

*We are open to working with schedules from all other Hillcrest teams and clubs.*

This is not a musical. No singing involved.

Anyone who is a Hillcrest student is invited to audition.

Questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.  CLICK HERE.

Want more details about the roles available and exactly what we’re looking for? Check out our Character Descriptions page. CLICK HERE.

“Argonautika” auditions for MEN

Hillcrest High School announces

MEN AUDITIONS for

Argonautika

The Voyage of Jason and the Argonauts

Monday, December 7

2:30-4:00 in the Auditorium

Come in athletic clothes.

You don’t need to have anything else prepared.

What we are looking for: the script describes the Argonauts in the following way…

“All sorts of heroes. It will be the greatest company ever assembled: demigods and warriors from across the land.  Who would miss the chance to sail out into the unknown world, across the open sea, to find new lands, treasure, and glory, to make a name for himself forever?”

So basically, we are looking for awesome guys of all shapes and sizes.

Never tried acting before? No worries.  Come try it out. It’ll be fun.

Think you’re more of an athlete than an actor? Perfect.  See ya Monday.

If you are interested in auditioning for a speaking role, then you also need to prepare a 30-60 second monologue from a contemporary play. Speaking role auditions will happen after 4:00. You can sign up for a time outside room C202.

*Rehearsals will be held 1-2 times a week from the end of January through February, and then every day after school for the first 2 weeks of March.  The show performs March 17-19, 2016.*

*We are open to working with schedules from all other Hillcrest teams and clubs.*

This is not a musical. No singing involved.

Anyone who is a Hillcrest student is invited to audition.

Questions?  Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.  CLICK HERE.

Want more details about the roles available and exactly what we’re looking for? Check out our Character Descriptions page. CLICK HERE.

Shakespeare Team Individual Events Team

Thank you to all who worked so hard.  Your dedication to the team is greatly appreciated.  This was one of the strongest challenge rounds that we have ever had, and I was very encouraged by the amount of progress demonstrated by a large amount of you, including (and especially) some who did not end up moving on.

I feel like we could have had 2 or 3 teams worth of pieces that would do very well at the competition.  However, in the end, there were many factors that were taken into consideration.  We appreciate your trust and support in making these tough decisions.

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Shakespeare Team Individual Events

The following scenes and monologues will compete at the competition in three weeks.  Remember, your team is counting on you now.  We have a lot to work on.

Please come see Mr. Long as soon as you possibly can (definitely by the end of the school day on Friday) to discuss your piece and your upcoming rehearsal schedule. Thanks.

ACTING COMPETITION:

King Lear (compilation) – Scotty Abbott, Steven Hooley & Dezhane TeHira

COACHES: Alvaro Cortez, Brighton Miller, Gabe Aina

Othello (Act 5, Scene 2) – Samantha Goates

COACH: Kylee Tuckfield

Othello (Act 3, Scene 3) – Faith Johnson & Mikah Olsen

COACHES: Keira Swift, Gloria Swenson

Measure for Measure (Act 3, Scene 1) – Mary Ruff

COACH: Katie Ashton

King Richard II (Act 4, Scene 1) – Kirstin Van Renselaar

COACH: Mauri Hefley

DANCE COMPETITION:

“Ghosts” (exact title TBA) – Nick Fife, Alex Palmer & Katie Ann Powell

COACH: Mckenlie Howell