Western Wayne Drama Club presents Disney’s The Little Mermaid– Weekend of April 14

Western Wayne Drama Club’s production this year is Disney’s The Little Mermaid. The cast, crew, and pit band are excited to perform the show for the community. Performances of Western Wayne Drama Club’s production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid are at Western Wayne High School’s Veterans Memorial Auditorium on Friday, April 14, at 7 p.m.; Saturday, April 15 at 7 p.m.; and Sunday, April 16 at 2 p.m.  Tickets are $5 for adults, $3 for senior citizens and students, and Western Wayne students are free with a student ID.  
All tickets are sold at the door. We will also have basket raffles and refreshments available at the show for purchase.
DISNEY’S THE LITTLE MERMAID is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI www.mtishows.com Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Howard Ashman & Glenn Slater; Book by Doug Wright. Based on the Hans Christian Andersen story and the Disney film produced by Howard Ashman & John Musker and written & directed by John Musker & Ron Clements. Originally Produced by Disney Theatrical Productions. Orchestrations by Danny Troob; Incidental Music & Vocal Arrangements by Michael Kosarin; Dance Arrangements by David Chase.
All involved with the show are grateful to have the opportunity to perform for an audience and cordially invite you to their show.
“We have been working on some of the scenes since November and can’t wait to bring this classic story to life,” senior Amanda David, who plays Ariel, and serves as a student director, said.
Fellow senior Julia Phillips, who plays Sebastian, and serves as a student director, agrees, “There are a lot of scenes in the show that are not in the movie. One of my favorites is the scene with Chef Louis. I get to do a chase sequence in that one!”
Junior Nathan Conway is also excited for the performance. He will play the role of Prince Eric and serves as a student director. “I really got to explore my character this year,” Nate said. “I even learned how to waltz.”

Cast members include: Amanda David, Ariel, club secretary; Gabriel Treibley, Pilot; Nathan Conway, Prince Eric, club president; Robert Scramuzza, Grimsby, club PR officer; Owen Obloshny, Flounder; Colette Schmitt, Scuttle; Scott Kurent, Windward; Bradley Miehle, Leeward; Caden Wilson, King Triton; Julia Phillips, Sebastian, club vice president; Madison Trapanese, Aquata; Molly French, Andrina; Dakota Douglas, Arista; Jade Wetherington, Atina; Lillian Morcom, Adella; Stephanie Maxwell, Allana; Cassidy Levens, Flotsam; Emily Lescinski, Jetsam; Lillian Maros, Ursula, club historian; Makayla Moser, Head Maid; and Joseph Regalbuto, Chef Louis, club treasurer. Ensemble members include: Emma DeNunzio, Zachary Jordan, Mackenzie Kennedy, Brenna McGlone, Noah Sandifer, Kendall Murray, Jason Vass, Zachary Wilbur, Hayley Cordero, Chloe Gilpin,
Olivia Swingle, Abigayle Pavlicek, Melinda Kopcza, Isabella Hayden, Avery Ullner, Isabella O’Donnell, Mikayla Fullone, Ireland Parsons, and Lylah Bucksbee. Stage Crew members include:Emily Brophy (Head Stage Crew); Ash Mangieri (Head Stage Crew);
Madison Vinton, Raelyn Kellachow, Michael Olivo, Savanna Morrison, Roslyn Khecht, Emma McGowan, Jennifer Hall, Khoi Christopher, Kallie Wehrmann, Luis Appollonio, Katarina Shumski, Jocilyn Brungard, Damien Schaal, Aidan Thomas, Gabby Bryant, Koda DeNunzio, Luckas Balmer, Gideon Jezorwski, Hunter Reichling, Xavier Graham, Ireland Swingle, Ethan Rutkowski, and Sarah Quinones. Pit Orchestra students include: Lia Hartman, Makayla Walton, Aidan Donnini, Evan Peirce, Maggie Nagle, and Anthony Redmond.

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