220 Jewett Blvd, PO Box 218, White Salmon, WA 98672 | 509.493.2112
Missoula returns for Saturday performance
At Whitson Elementary
March 05, 2013
Performance audiences of all ages will get a fresh look at an old favorite this Saturday, March 9, at 1:15 p.m., when the Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) and more than 50 local students present "Beauty Lou and the Country Beast."
Featured as Beauty Lou will be Isabella Simpson and Eliza Durkee-Neumann. The younger daughters and older daughters will be played by Abagail Derico, Una Simmons, Shelly Slater, Elizabeth Shelley, Ella Wilson, Lelu Branch, Tida Rau, Katie Ritoch, Emily Lockman, Lillian Nelson, Kaylyne Beneventi and Giulia Terrana.
Imaginary friend will be played by Grant Anderson. Beast will be played by Hayley Skaar. Dusty and Slim the helpful farmhands will be played by Dylan Beneventi and Cole Harrison. Faithful friend Fleabite Clyde, the dog, will be played by Carolyn LaBerge.
Hoping to win enough money to save the family farm, Buck sets off for the rodeo and is joined by the rest of the country folk Dylan Durand, Brandon Davis, Sophie Denny, Adyson Dahl, Mollie Ritoch, Duane Goodrich, Frances Fuller, Kailey Bean, Emily Reitz, Caitlyn Baker, Madeleine Koch, Jena Bergstrom, Mya Aman, Eva Dahl, Isabel Wolf, Tyr Anderson, Eileen Wendell, and Margo Mayo, and barnyard critters played by Rian Pederson, Luke Harrison, Zoe Derico, Henry Wilson, Leah Swanson, Jade Schroeder, Anna Zendt, Grace Dahl, Nina Hartmann, Sadie Hohensee, Kailey Peterson, Charlie Ebbert, Cassidy Hipskind, Abbie Jewell, Bryson Sauter, Sydney Aman, Dani Fuller and Ava Altiq.
Kristen Lompa, Jedrek Matthias, Suzanne Reitz, Lily Simpson have served as assistant directors throughout the week. Beauty Lou and the Country Beast will be presented at 1:15 at the Whitson Elementary School gym.
Tickets are $3 for adults and $2 for children (under 5 free) and are available at the door.
The Missoula Children's Theatre residency in White Salmon is presented locally by the Whitson and Henkle Parent Teacher Organizations, with support from parental contributions.