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JEREMY TRENT HOMESLEY (Silas Martin) is excited to be returning for his sixth season with Liberty Mountain - The Revolutionary Drama! Having originated the role of Major Patrick Ferguson in the 2014 premiere, Jeremy reprised the role in 2015 and 2017; and appeared as Silas Martin in the 2016 and 2018 seasons. A North Carolina native, Jeremy's other credits include title roles in both Mark Twain's The Diaries of Adam and Eve and Robin Hood. In 2017, Jeremy completed a hike of nearly 1,000 miles on the Appalachian Trail, building a geographical connection starting from his family farm in Cherryville, North Carolina and ending in Sackets Harbor, New York. A graduate of Lenoir-Rhyne University, Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Arts in English with a Certificate in Creative Writing and is currently working on his Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing at the Asheville Center for Graduate Studies (Lenoir-Rhyne University). Together with his family, Jeremy lives and works on their 130-acre farm in Cherryville, North Carolina.

 

ASHLEY DEMAR (Priscilla Martin) is thrilled to be returning to Liberty Mountain for her fourth season! Hailing from New York, Ashley's most recent credits include Mark Twain's The Diaries of Adam and Eve (Eve), Robin Hood (Maid Marian), South Pacific (Nellie Forbush), Barnum (Jenny Lind), three touring productions with Merry-Go-Round Youth Theatre and four consecutive seasons with Liberty Mountain - The Revolutionary Drama. A graduate of Niagara University, Ashley holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater Performance with a double major in English. NU credits include: Into the Woods (Cinderella), Damn Yankees (Lola), Bat Boy: The Musical (Meredith), Curtains (Georgia), Urinetown (Little Becky Two-Shoes) and The Pirates of Penzance (Daughter). NU directing credits include the world premiere of Snapshot. While participating in the NU Study Abroad program, Ashley toured Twelfth Night (Viola) with Live Literature Co. in London and to the West Coast of England. Following graduation, Ashley returned to London, where she held an internship in the study of Applied Drama. Favorite credits include Man of La Mancha (Aldonza), Little Women: The Musical (Jo March), Hamlet (Ophelia),Twelfth Night (Olivia) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Hermia).

 

PRYOR JUSTIS RHINEHARDT (Joseph Martin) is excited to be joining the Liberty Mountain production. He feels that his background in theatre, military-themed endurance events, and his work as a stunt man jumping off 200-foot-tall buildings has uniquely prepared him for the role. When he is not acting, Pryor is a sophomore at Mountain Island Charter School, where he enjoys playing soccer. Some of Pryor’s favorite shows have been Matilda, Bat Boy, The Yellow Boat, Lucky Stiff, Emma the Musical, Little Shop of Horrors, and Miracle on 34th Street. Pryor would like to thank Mom, Dad, Jackson, Bella, and Trulyn for all their support.

 

GRANT SIZEMORE (Caleb Martin) Grant Sizemore's love of theatre began at the age of seven with his debut in the musical, Miss Nelson is Missing.  Since then, the stage has become his second home giving him the opportunity to play some of his favorite characters including Tommy in Miracle on 34th Street, Winthrop in The Music Man, Thing One in Dr. Seuss' Cat in the Hat, Cousin Itt in The Addams Family, Chip in Beauty and the Beast, Kurt in The Sound of Music, Charlie in Willy Wonka, Jeremy in Chitty, Chitty Bang, Bang, Who in Seussical, and Sid in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Grant is also a member of the Northview IB Chorus, a dedicated dance student, and recently won second place in the 2018 NATS at UNC Greensboro. In his free time, he enjoys attending performances, videography, and traveling. Grant adds, "After being in Liberty Mountain 2017, I knew I wanted to return. I am excited to rejoin my Liberty Mountain family for a second season and look forward to sharing this remarkable story.”

 

ANNA CLAIRE WHITESIDES (Sally Martin) is 12 years old and will be in the 7th grade at WC Friday Middle School.    She is excited to be in Liberty Mountain once again playing the role of Sally Martin.  Past roles include Oompa-Loompa in Willy Wonka Jr, Fern in Charlotte’s Web, The Chef in The Secret Garden, Tiny Tim in A Christmas Carol, Dalmatian Dog in 101 Dalmatians, The Red Hen in The Little Red Hen, Sally Martin in Liberty Mountain, Ghost of Christmas Past in A Christmas Carol, and Macy’s Elf in Elf Jr.  When not performing, Anna Claire enjoys reading, going to church and learning Bible verses, playing with her sisters, going to Disney World, going on cruises and loves being a big sister!  “Thanks to Caleb Sigmon for choosing me to play Sally Martin again this year in Liberty Mountain. Thank you, mom and dad, for driving me to practice and supporting me.” Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

 

JEFF HATLEY (Col. James Williams) is excited to join the Liberty Mountain cast for the first time. He has most recently appeared in Macbeth, As You Like It, Jesus Christ Superstar, and the Drowsy Chaperone. Jeff is looking forward to sharing his love of both theatre and history.

 

MATTHEW LUCAS (Reverend McKenzie / Casting Director / Sound Design) is thankful to be returning for his fourth season at Liberty Mountain. In addition to his design work here, he has also provided sound designs for Wait Until Dark and Cyrano at the Old Post Office Playhouse in Newton. He also appeared as Sundance the Cowboy at Tweetsie Railroad in Blowing Rock, NC, for nine seasons from 2007-2015.An award-winning writer and professional film critic for 15 years at The Dispatch in Lexington, NC, Matthew is a member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association a Rotten Tomatoes certified critic. He has also written plays of his own; his original play, At Rise, was recently performed at Appalachian State University’s New Play Festival, and he has written and directed Ghosts of the Revolutionfor Kings Mountain’s Mountaineer Days festival for the past two years. You can check out his work at www.fromthefrontrow.net, where he publishes regular film essays, commentary, and criticism. When he isn’t working on Liberty Mountainor writing about film, he serves as Community Outreach Coordinator for Quiet Givers, a non-profit organization based in Watauga County.

 

JEREMY FARLEY (Benjamin McQueen) This is Jeremy's first appearance with Liberty Mountain, and is thrilled to be a part of the cast of this wonderful production! He is a recent graduate of Wright State University with a BFA in Acting, Jeremy also is a classically trained Mime, having studied under his parents who attended Marcel Marceau's conservatory of Mime in Paris. Due to his background, Jeremy has a passion for theatre, and performs in a variety of theatre genres from musicals to Shakespeare, from contemporary to Commedia Del' Arte, and currently, Revolutionary War drama! For Jeremy, it has been a pleasure to learn about the rich history of North Carolina, and to be a part of such an inspiring group of talented artists!

 

KATHERINE STONE (Elizabeth McQueen / Production Assistant) is a 19-year-old student at Cleveland Community College, graduating this fall with her Associate in Arts Degree. Although she spent the past 13 years living in Gastonia, NC, she recently moved to Kings Mountain! This is her fifth season with the show, and she is extremely thankful to be able to share her passion for storytelling yet another year. When not on stage, she pursues a career in photography (www.katherinestonephotography.com) and tours interactive performances to libraries across North Carolina with Sigmon Theatrical.  

 

ADAM PHILLIPS (Franklin McQueen) a native of Kings Mountain, Adam has been a member of the Liberty Mountain cast since its opening season. This will be his first year bringing the role of Franklin McQueen to life. Adam will attend 8th grade at Kings Mountain Middle School this fall. He is a member of the band, Battle of the Books and plays several sports. Adam is extremely grateful for not only the many friendships he has developed through Liberty Mountain but also the many opportunities that the show has provided him.

 

JIM CHANDLER (King George III) an ancestor of Josiah Chandler (who fought at Kings Mountain), has appeared in over 120 stage productions. He started in the BFA Program at UNC-CH in 1966. He has been nominated for nine theater awards, winning six of them, including Best Actor for One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. His last play was Deathtrap in Davidson, NC (2018) and he has also acted in movies, including Glory with Matthew Broderick and Lincoln with Mary Tyler Moore and Sam Waterston. He has directed local plays, his last being The Time Machine (2019) at Cleveland Community College in Shelby.  Love to wife Susan and doggie buddy, Charlee. Carpe Diem!

 

NICK HOWELL (Maj. Patrick Ferguson) is a theatre major at Gardner-Webb University and has been an active member of the Liberty Mountain company for the entirety of its run. He has portrayed many roles, some of which include Chad in All Shook Up, Bert in Mary Poppins, Troy in High School Musical, Jack in Into the Woods, and the Cat in the Hat in Seussical. Nick has performed at the Carolina Renaissance fair as Fernando Scrogg and has appeared as the Grinch for the past four years for Cherryville’s A Whoville Christmas.

 

JARED WACHSMUTH (Dragging Canoe / Master Carpenter / Fight Captain) is humbled to take part in this moving, historical show for his 3rd year in a row. He gives a big thank you to Bob, Caleb, and the community for letting him share his passion!

 

GABRIELA NIETO-HALE (Nancy Ward / Martha Bratton) is a junior BFA musical theatre major at the University of Mississippi. There she has worked on and appeared in many shows, including Chicago (Ensemble u/s), Zombie Prom (Candy u/s), and Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Female Ensemble). In the fall, she will appear as Marmee March in Little Women: The Musical. She is so excited to be here at Liberty Mountain and wishes to thank her friends and family for their constant support.

 

CAMERON OWENS (John Sevier) Cameron Owens is a student at Catawba Valley Community College pursuing his Associates Degree in Theatre. Over the past five years, he has continued to stride towards success in his goal of becoming a professional actor. Aside from plays, Cameron has also performed in a few short films as well. He is grateful to be a part of Liberty Mountain and hopes you enjoy the show!

 

JOHN DAVID WELCH (Isaac Shelby) is an actor, musician, and teacher from West Tennessee. He received a Bachelor’s of Music in Voice Performance from Middle Tennessee State University and did graduate studies in Opera at the Manhattan School of Music. This is his second season onstage with Liberty Mountain, and he was featured in the 2017 season as a vocalist on the company's Fire and Sword album. Recent credits include Cain/Japheth in Children of Eden, Horton in Seussical, Dennis in All Shook Up, and Tony in West Side Story. John David is thrilled to return to King’s Mountain to tell this incredible story!

 

COREY MANSFIELD (Henry Middleton) is excited to return for his fourth season with Liberty Mountain. A 19-year-old sophomore attending the South Carolina School of the Arts at Anderson University, Corey is pursuing an Arts degree with a concentration in Painting and Drawing. Besides art, Corey loves to perform on stage as well as help with whatever he can behind the scenes. Past credits include: Captain DePeyster, (Liberty Mountain - The Revolutionary Drama), Algernon Moncrieff (The Importance of Being Earnest), Henry Higgins (Pygmalion), Pinocchio (Shrek the Musical), Pablo/ Prop Master and Set Design (Sister Act), General Schmitz/Set Design (Seussical the Musical), and the Production assistant/Fight choreographer (The Hunchback of Notre Dame). Corey also loves researching history, all things Marvel and Star Wars, and spending time with his family and friends.

 

J. KYLE COLEMAN (Music Director / Lord Germaine) is an Alumnus of Shorter University, in Rome, GA, receiving B.M.s in Piano Pedagogy and Piano Performance, and is currently the Staff Accompanist at the school. Mr. Coleman has performed a variety of genres as a soloist, accompanist, collaborative artist, guest conductor, and in ensembles across the southeast, and internationally. He has taught piano privately, written and arranged commissioned works for various occasions, guest conducted the Shorter Chorale and has piano-conducted for various companies, including Rome Little Theatre, and the Shorter Theatre Department.  In the summer of 2016, he performed as a pit musician with the Peach State Summer Theatre company at Valdosta State University, with works such as Beauty and The Beast, Ring of Fire, and Nice Work If You Can Get It! Coleman’s time with the Shorter Chorale has included an international tour to London, England and Cape Town, South Africa, as well as regional tours of the Southeastern United States, and a recent collaborative performance of Johannes Brahms’ Ein Deutch Requiem, as piano primo Ralph Vaughn Williams’ Five Mystical Songsalong with the Shorter University Choral Division and members of the Rome Symphony Orchestra. Recent Operatic collaborations and performances include Gilbert & Sullivan’s Patience, and Menotti’s The Old Maid and the Thief, in addition to excerpts of works by Mozart, Beethoven, and Copeland. Coleman has accompanied many musicals with the Shorter Theatre Department and was recently Assistant Music Director of Showboat (2016), and Music Director of Spitfire Grill (2016) and You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown (2018). He has recently begun an affiliation with Rome’s Clocktower Jazz Ensemble, preparing and performing various jazz standards as well as new arrangements, and has performed with the Rome Symphony Orchestra (Rome, GA) in their Young Artists Concert series. Recent acting credits include George Deever in All My Sons (2015), Beralde in The Imaginary Invalid (2016) and the role he is thrilled to reprise, Lord Germaine in Liberty Mountain - The Revolutionary Drama (2018). Kyle is married to the love of his life, Abigail (wardrobe supervisor). They live and work together in Rome, GA, where Kyle is also the pianist at First Presbyterian Church, and Abigail sings in the choir. His hobbies include a gratuitous love of coffee, writing music, closely following football and basketball, traveling, and reading National Geographic.

 

CHRIS STONE (Joseph Galloway / “Bloody” Bill Cunningham) is privileged to be stepping onstage for his fifth season with Liberty Mountain. He further pursues his passion for history by volunteering at Historic Brattonsville, reenacting the Revolutionary War with the 6th NC, and helping preserve historic buildings. In the Fall, Chris will be attending the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, SC to study Classical Architecture. He is grateful for the opportunity to continue sharing the impactful story of the Battle of Kings Mountain!

 

BLAKE CURRIE (Patrick Henry) is extremely excited to be joining the cast here at Liberty Mountain. Blake is a recent graduate of the University of Memphis and has received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre, with a Performance concentration. Blake has been in shows such as The Parchman Hour (Stokely Carmichael), As You Like It (Silvius), Comedy of Errors (Dromio of Syracuse), and Anon(Ymous) (Pascal). Blake would like to thank his family and friends for constantly supporting him and pushing him onwards to greatness.

 

CALEB ROLLINS (Ensemble / Musician) is from Shelby, North Carolina and is joining Liberty Mountain for his third season. Caleb is currently a rising junior at Bob Jones University, studying as a Bible major. He loves to spend his time sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ through preaching, music, and traveling abroad. Caleb has been a part of theater productions for nearly eight years and has participated in eight productions during that time. In his free time, Caleb also enjoys traveling and playing banjo in his college bluegrass band.

 

ABIGAIL COLEMAN (Mary Patton / Wardrobe Supervisor) serves as the Costume Designer and Shop Manager for a small liberal arts college in Georgia. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BFA in Musical Theatre, and while she loves performing, Abigail cultivated a love for costuming at the age of 16. This will be her fourth year working with Liberty Mountain, and she is happy to be back along with her husband, Kyle. Abigail has designed over 40 productions, including Anything Goes; Tuck Everlasting, The Musical (2018 KCATCF Faculty Costume Design Nomination); Exit the King (2017 KCATCF Faculty Costume Design nomination); Into the Woods (3 times!); 1776; Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap; You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown; Children of Eden; Annie Get Your Gun; Shrek: The Musical; Shakespeare’s As You Like It and Much Ado About Nothing; and many more. Abigail is a founding member and director of Untamed: Our Words in Our Voices - a new project in Rome promoting the work of female playwrights, director, and actors. Some of her favorite performing roles have been Jennyanydots in Cats, Joanne in Godspell, Morgan in Godspell, Mary Tilford in The Children’s Hour, The Witch in Hansel and Gretel, and Olive in The Odd Couple.  She has worked on shows with Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Gaston School of the Arts, Encore Theatre Guild, and The Abbey Players. In her limited spare time, Abigail likes to drink coffee, cook, travel, make music, read, watch Law and Order SVU, and spend time with her best friend and husband, Kyle.

 

RYLEIGH HENDERSON (Fiona) is very excited to be a part of Liberty Mountain for the second year in a row! She has performed in Jesus Christ Superstar, As You Like It, Ghost Walk, Macbeth, and with the Carolina Renaissance Festival. When she is not on stage, she enjoys both stage managing and directing children’s productions.

 

SETH CHAPPELL (Ensemble) lives in Shelby, NC and has been a part of the Liberty Mountain cast since the world premiere in October 2014 appearing as Franklin McQueen and ensemble. The story told in Liberty Mountain has a special meaning for Seth as he is a descendant of one of the men that fought at the Battle of Kings Mountain.  He very much enjoys acting and has appeared in several other local productions such as Robin Hood as Mortimer, The Homecoming as Birdshot, The importance of being Earnest as Earnest, Blackboot’s Lost Loot as Blackboot, Little Red Robinhood as King Richard and Thru the Glass Dimly (a locally filmed movie) as Skylar. Seth graduated from high school this year and will start his fourth semester of college this fall. He is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business administration. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, camping, riding his horse, martial arts, and hanging out with his friends and family.

 

DEVANNA FERRIS (Ensemble) is returning for her second year in Liberty Mountain, and her first year as an ensemble member. She played Franklin McQueen in the 2018 season, and has been in school shows such as Lunchroom, Mary Poppins Jr, Seussical, and Transyl-Mania. She has also done set design and been awarded as an “Arts Student of the Month” at Murray Middle School in Wilmington, NC. She is now a rising 9th grader and going to attend Ashley High School in the fall, where she will continue her theatre career.

 

SHANNON HATLEY (Ensemble / Stitcher) Shannon is returning for her second season. She will be joining her husband and two of her children on stage. Some of her credits include Macbeth, Thunder Over Carolina, Horn in The West, and The Carolina Renaissance Festival.

 

CORA HATLEY (Ensemble) is excited to be returning for her second season at Liberty Mountain. Some of her credits include As You Like It, Macbeth, Horn in The West and The Carolina Renaissance Festival. Cora has grown up on the stage and also enjoys horseback riding and photography.

 

GRACE ADELL BOLLINGER (Assistant Director) is a rising Senior in the BFA Acting program at UNC-Greensboro. Recent credits include Jeanie in Hair, Young Republicanette in Heathers, Audrey in As You Like It (UNCG), Shelly in Grocery Store (Young Playwrights for Change), and Babe in How May I Please You (Hickory Playground). She also enjoys writing, reading, and traveling. “Liberty Mountain is always a great summer for me. Thanks to Caleb, our captain. All my love to my mama and paps!”

 

MADDY T. DROUIN (Production Stage Manager) is from Davidson, NC and is joining Liberty Mountain this year as the Production Stage Manager. Though she has previously worked extensively in theatre, both as a performer and a stage manager, she is currently studying Film Production while attending Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ. Although she has only just completed her freshman year, she has already participated in two award winning student short films, one as the production designer and the other as the director and co-writer. Maddy is grateful to be working with the wonderful team at Liberty Mountain and is excited to continue in a career of storytelling!

 

COLE REIHING (Assistant Stage Manager) As a student at LaGrange College, he is not only an experienced technician, working mainly in stage management and carpentry, but also works as an actor in both straight plays and musical theatre. He is incredibly excited and grateful to Liberty Mountain for the opportunity to work with them on this production!

 

ALLISON COLLINS (Weapons Supervisor) is happy to be back for her second year as the Weapons Supervisor for Liberty Mountain. While she is fantastic at maintaining weaponry, Allison also likes to spend her time choreographing fight scenes.  Some of her recent fight directing credits in North Carolina include From This Day Forward an outdoor drama located in Valdese, Shakespeare in Love with Asheville's Montford Park Players, and That's Not How I Remember It at the Cannon School located in Charlotte.

 

JILL BLOEDE (Voice and Dialect Coach) for her second season with Liberty Mountain, Jill serves as our Dialect Coach. Presently, Jill is a tenured Associate Professor at Belmont Abbey, where she teaches Acting and Directing. Audiences from Charlotte may remember Jill from Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike (Actor’s Theatre) and Lady Bracknell from The Importance of Being Earnest at Theatre Charlotte. Jill has served as a Dialect Coach for productions with the Abbey Players, Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, Theatre Charlotte, Actors Theatre of Charlotte, and for television productions such as Shots Fired, Homeland, Banshee, and Outcast. Look for Jill in the upcoming Hallmark movie When We Last Spoke!

 

ADAM DAVIS (Lighting Intern) is a recent graduate from Kings Mountain High School. Adam has been doing theatre for two years and has been part of 14 shows. He is going to the University of North Carolina School of the Arts for a Bachelors in Lighting Design in the Fall.

 

DIANA MANSFIELD (Hair and Makeup Intern) is an 18-year-old recent homeschool graduate. She will be attending Cleveland Community College in the fall to pursue an Associates in Arts. Diana is excited to serve as the Wardrobe Intern this year for Liberty Mountain - The Revolutionary Drama. No stranger to the world of theatre, Diana’s favorite onstage roles include: Sister Mary Lazarus in Sister Act, Congregant in The Hunchback of Notre Dame; JoJo in Seussical; Etcetera in CATS the Musical, Gwendolen Fairfax in The Importance of Being Earnest; Little Red Riding Hood in Into the Woods; Pig 3, Donkey/Dragon Swing in Shrek the Musical. Diana enjoyed working behind-the-scenes as the Assistant Stage Manager for Wait Until Dark at the Green Room Community Theatre. When not performing, Diana loves playing ukulele and piano, reading, writing poetry and music, photography, watching Food Network, crying over Marvel movies, and cuddling her newly adopted puppy.

2019 Cast & Crew

Written for the Stage by

ROBERT INMAN

Artistic and Fight Direction by

CALEB RYAN SIGMON

 

Assistant Director: GRACE ADELL BOLLINGER

Production Stage Manager: MADDY DROUIN

Assistant Stage Manager: COLE REIHING

General Manager: JIM CHAMPION

Music Director: J. KYLE COLEMAN

Dialect Coach: JILL BLOEDE

Wardrobe Supervisor: ABIGAIL COLEMAN

Hair & Makeup Supervisor: DIANA MANSFIELD

Production Assistant: KATHERINE STONE

Costume Designer / Shop Manager: KATY SIGMON

Lighting and Projection Design: SIGMON THEATRICAL

Lighting Engineer: ADAM DAVIS

Sound Design: MATTHEW LUCAS

Weapons Master: ALLISON COLLINS

Fight Captain: JARED WACHSMUTH

 

Silas Martin.......................................................................................................................................................... JEREMY HOMESLEY

Priscilla Martin................................................................................................................................................ ASHLEY MARIE DEMAR

Joseph Martin.................................................................................................................................................... PRYOR RHINEHARDT

Caleb Martin........................................................................................................................................................... GRANT SIZEMORE

Sally Martin............................................................................................................................................... ANNA CLAIRE WHITESIDES

Col. James Williams......................................................................................................................................................... JEFF HATLEY

Reverend McKenzie................................................................................................................................................ MATTHEW LUCAS

Benjamin McQueen................................................................................................................................................... JEREMY FARLEY

Elizabeth McQueen............................................................................................................................................... KATHERINE STONE

Franklin McQueen...................................................................................................................................................... ADAM PHILLIPS

King George…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…………………. JIM CHANDLER

Maj. Patrick Ferguson.......................................................................................................................................... NICHOLAS HOWELL

Dragging Canoe………………………………………....................................................................................................... JARED WACHSMUTH

Nancy Ward / Martha Bratton....................................................................................................................... GABRIELA NIETO-HALE

John Sevier............................................................................................................................................................. CAMERON OWENS

Isaac Shelby…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…. JOHN DAVID WELCH

Henry Middleton................................................................................................................................................... COREY MANSFIELD

Lord Germaine........................................................................................................................................................ J. KYLE COLEMAN

Joseph Galloway / Bloody Bill Cunningham.................................................................................................. CHRISTOPHER STONE

Capt. Depeyster.......................................................................................................................................................... CALEB ROLLINS

Patrick Henry................................................................................................................................................................ BLAKE CURRIE

Mary Patton.......................................................................................................................................................... ABIGAIL COLEMAN

Fiona................................................................................................................................................................. RYLEIGH HENDERSON

Ensemble........................................................................................................................................................................... DOUG BELL

Ensemble.................................................................................................................................................................... SETH CHAPPELL

Ensemble................................................................................................................................................................. DEVANNA FERRIS

Ensemble............................................................................................................................................................... SHANNON HATLEY

Ensemble....................................................................................................................................................................... CORA HATLEY