‘Anne of Green Gables’ cast prepares for March performances


On Dec. 7-8, auditions for the Spring Play “Anne of Green Gables” took place. The next day, Friday, Dec. 9, call backs and final casting was announced, with the cast list as follows:

Anne Shirley – sophomore Addy Brull

Matthew Cuthbert – sophomore Caleb King

Marilla Cuthbert – senior Devlyn Jochum

Rachael Lynde – senior Spenser Mills-Kumala

Diana Barry – sophomore Jordan Aschenbrenner

Mrs. Barry/Mrs. Neville – sophomore Aliyah Conner

Girl on Street/Minnie May Barry – junior Olivia Pince

Josie Pye – sophomore Katelyn Willemsen

Mrs. Blewett/Ruby Gillis – junior Calliope Green

Charlie/Mr. Saddler – sophomore Oscar Flores

Jane Andrews – senior Skyler Rodriguez

Gilbert Blythe – senior Caleb Johnson

Mr. Phillips/Jerry Buote/Rev. Allan – freshman Connor Werth

Moody McPherson – junior Atlas Seib

Rev. Bentley/President Queen’s Academy – junior Calvin Moore

Station Master – sophomore Bryton Unsworth

Jimmy Glover – senior Cade Becker

Miss Susan Stacy, Carrie Sloane – sophomore Elizabeth Noble

Prissy Andrews, Aunt Josephine Barry – sophomore Clare Tholstrop

Miss Rogerson, Mrs. Allan – freshman Rose Windholz

Bessie Wright, Mary Jo – junior Maddie Meis

Girl on Street/Tillie Boulter – freshman Allison Goertzen

Production Assistant – senior Hannah Eikenberry

Stage Manager – junior Ry Houchen

Stage Crew – senior Jaxon Fleenor, freshman Anna Zerr

Play practices started Monday, Jan. 9. Practices normally are from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays, but sometimes, they may last longer.

The first showing of the Spring Play will be on Thursday, March 9 at 7 p.m., the second show will be on Friday, March 10 at 7 p.m. and the final showing will be on Saturday, March 11 at 7 p.m. All performances will be held at the 12th Street Auditorium with ticket prices being $8. Times may change because of weather or other difficulties.

“Once we see the final outcome, I think we will be happy we put as much effort as we are,” Meis said.