Date: Sunday, Oct 23rd, 2016

Time: 7:30 pm


Location: Stuart’s Opera House

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Stuart Little. From the book by E.B. White. Dramatized by Joseph Robinette. Music by Rona Frank. Lyrics by Joseph Robinette & Rona Frank.

Sponsored by: Ohio University Credit Union

Director: Jodi MacNeal

October 21-22, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.; October 22-23, 2016 at 2 p.m.

Stuart’s Opera House, Nelsonville, Ohio

Assistant Director/Choreographer: Jenn Fritchley; Director’s Assistants: Riley Maffin & Sydney Lewis; Stage Manager: Suzanne Ragg; Music Assistant: Devin Sudman; Props: Mindy King, Larry King, Ardelle Donohue, Sandra E. Russell & Celeste Parsons; Light Designer: Carol Ault; Light Board Operator: Kim Brooks; Costumes: Lynnette Clouse, Lisa Chambers, April Maffin, Michiah Clouse & Sydni Roell; Sound Board Operator: Austin Topping; Stage Crew: Baily Barrows & Zoie Lanning; Usher Coordinator: Linda Watkins; Refreshment Coordinator: Christine Neumann; Publicity & Programs: Jim Parsons, Lee Carter, & Holly Robinson

CAST: Jozlyn Bew, Orion Carter, Grace Chambers, Ethan Cooper, Paige Fuller, Katie Herron, Elena Johnson, Madison King, Max King, Brandi Kisor, Aiden Lachman, Sienna Lelux, Sydney Lewis, Tatum L’Heureux, Carter Maccabee, Dan Maccabee, Katie Maccabee, Riley Maffin, Addie McGarry, Cali Papineau, Brittan Posey, Eden Radcliff, Harmony Radcliff, Sandy Russell, Lilly Sauer, Maeve Schwarzel, Terry Smith, Leah Swatzel, Fox Thompson, Andrea Thompson-Hashman, David Whealey, Mckenna Williams


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