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42nd Street
a Musical Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY MUSICAL
by Music & lyrics: Harry Warren & Al Dubin

COMPANY : North Spings High School Drama Department
VENUE : North Springs High School Auditorium [WEBSITE]
ID# 2205

SHOWING : April 13, 2007 - April 21, 2007

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION


CAST & CREW LIST
floor crew Sam Anderson
asst. floor crew manager John Bringmann
floor crew Ryan Brown
floor crew Andrew Gude
mic wrangler/follow spot Shannon Kennedy
floor crew manager Xavier Lampkin
floor crew Cody Richardson
floor crew Michael Rowland
light board operator Zach Tittel
Dame/ Ensemble Hannah Avram
dame/ensamble Hannah Avram
Ensemble/ Pat US/ Abner US Adam Benz
Dame/Ensemble Rebecca Bruder
Lorraine Flemmings Kaitlyn Conner
Maggie Victoria Cook
Ensemble Annamarie Decker
Ensemble Mackenzie Devlin
Ensemble/ Maggie US Mackenzie Devlin
Mac Max Fine
Dame/ Ensemble Melody Flynn
Ensemble Shira Davida Fried
Ensemble Melissa Goodfellow
Ensemble Stacia Hitt
Pat Nils Jansson
Dorothy Brock Sarah Jones
Billy Lawlor Greg Kamp
Anytime Annie Heidi Kloster
Dame/Ensemble Lauren Kolodkin
Bert Robby Letzler
Dame/Ensemble Cara Lewin
Ensemble Jamie Lincenberg
Dame/Ensemble Mary Malloy
Abner Dillon Cody Mann
Dame/Ensemble Sarah May
Ensemble/ Billy US Devin McGinty
Andy Lee Noah Miller
Ensemble CJ Moore
Winnie/Dame Maureen O'Sullivan
Julian Marsh David Olson
Ensemble Melanie Oppenheimer
Ensemble/ Mac US/ Andy US Jordan Prince
Ensemble Ren Robinson
Ensemble Karen Rooker
Phyllis Dale Kayla Sklar
Ensemble/ Julian US Dustin Smith
Peggy Sawyer Lizzie Speaker
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REVIEWS

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OH NO!
by Sgt.Curry
Saturday, March 1, 2008
1.0
When I previously saw Urinetown, I expected a great show with fabulous acting, dancing, and singing. The only scene that the dancing impressed me was the opening other then that it was nothing out of the ordinary. The acting didn't really stand out in any of the actors. The singing wasn't impressive at all, the only one that stood out in a small way was the actress who played Dorothy Brock. One of the main reasons I give so much criticism because I expected so much more from a magnet school. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
crazy.
by bend_your_back
Saturday, August 25, 2007
3.5
North Springs delivered another kick-ass production. They definetley stepped it up and recovered from Ragtime and Alice. They made a really lame show into a seriously awesome performance. The opening number was just amazing. Eileen Edwards is truly incredible to get so many people to learn how to tap dance like that. The show was enhanced by performances from Victoria Cook, David Olson, Heidi Kloster, Greg Kamp, and Sarah Jones. The costumes and set were really amazing. The ensemble was even truly engaged throughout the whole performance. This is one performance that I enjoyed tremendously! [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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