Follow young Jim Hawkins and his friends as they sail a dangerous sea adventure with Long John Silver and his pirate band at the helm this Saturday, March 9, when Missoula Children's Theatre (MCI) and over 50 local students present an original musical adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's epic novel Treasure Island.
The local cast features Dean Leininger as Jim Hawkins and Tyler Jones, William Hindahl, Kristie Morris, Jackie Lehmer, Kaitlin Johnston, Seth Bell and Ben Leininger as the rollicking pirate crew.
Jim's six sisters are played by Chelsea Ludwig, Jill Graves, Andrea London, Andrienne Charap, Emma Swanhuyser and Katie Johnson, while Miles Howard, Ilima Caldwell and Jakob Stadler are featured as his ruffian friends.
The cuddly gulls are played by Aleigha Rude, Kraig Rutherford, Nathan Bell, Daphne Struck, Kalie Brunton, Mathew Bergstrom, Kaili Duffy, Alyssa Bryan, Scott Bergstrom, Levi Howard, Perry Knowles, Spencer Story, Andrew Charap, Micacla Meadows, Marcia Stadler, Graen Bookmyer, Mercedes Vasquez, Yanally Gomez. The seacoast villagers are Russell Bucher, Phillip McMillen, Milla Caldwell, Nick Mosbrucker, Ashley Jordan, Fanny Domijan, Jazmen Roberts, Nicole Taylor, Amanda Wanna, Amber Casey, Taryn Struck, Courtney Butler, Adrain Matosich, Kent Shelley, Gretchen Connolly, Jarin Ladiges, Danny Giron, Ross Johnsrud.
Nathan Bruce, Dani Gilderhus, Patricia Guzman, Nolan Kenoyer, Jessica Lundh, Rainee Rohrbacher, Angela Blackmer has served as invaluable assistant directors throughout the week.
Treasure Island will be presented Saturday, March 9, at 3 and 7 p.m. at the Park Center in White Salmon.
Tickets are $2 for students and $3 for adults. Children under 2-years-old are free. Tickets will be available at the door.
Treasure Island was originally developed by the Missoula Children's Theatre in partnership with the Montana Power Foundation.
The Missoula Childrens' Theatre residency in White Salmon is presented by Henkle Middle School associated student body, Henkle PTO and Whitson Elementary PTO.
For more information call Lori Owen, 493-1502.