‘Peter and Wendy’ come to Rangely

Fifty-eight Rangely students presented “Peter and Wendy” to the community Dec. 7 and 8.
MATT SCOGGINS PHOTO

RBC | Fifty-eight Rangely students auditioned for the musical play “Peter and Wendy” presented by the Missoula Children’s Theatre company.   Pre K through 12th grade students and teachers enjoyed a matinee performance on Friday and parents and the community watched an evening performance on Saturday.

The K–12th grade cast of characters included: Peter Pan—Norrah Patch; Tinker Bell—Halle Harris; Wendy Darling—Angelina Peck; John Darling—Caleb Wiley; Michael Darling—ane Wiley; Shadow—Audrye Patch; Hook—Alexis Wiley; Mrs. Darling—Lauren Ward; Mr. Darling—Maximillion Larsen; Nana—Heavanly Hartmann; Liza—Mariah Henson; Tiger Lily—Abby Patch; Crocodile—Matthew Morgan; Petey—Randy Casto. Lost Boys—Linda Quezada, Susan Gillard, Dakotah Hartmann, Katelyn Willis, Chloe Noel, Talyn Peck, Abigail Whiston, Rayna Robertson. Neverlanders—Zoie Britt, Aspen Steele, Samantha Granger, Courtney Casto, Ethan Hacking, Kellen LeFevre. Neverland Creatures—Danielle Urbanik, Summer Davis, Cash Leischer, Addy Thayn, Robert Smith, Ashlynn Britt. Pirates—Emelia Noyes, Adeline Hill, Macy Morgan, Valynn Broderick, Betty Jarvis, Jasmine Preciado, Amariah Whiston. Clouds—Everett Boren, Joseph Kaschke-Varco, Roarie Emmons, Victoria Guzman, Isabella Morgan, Arabella Black, Ivory Triplett, Ally Black, Ava Whiston, Famous Adams, Briggen Harris

Many people were involved behind the scenes to make this play a success including assistant directors Kaleb Emmons, Alivia Green and Josephine Hamblin; lighting technician Kamilee Jorgenson; accompanist Carol Morton; Smee—tour actor/director Rebecca Martin; director—tour actor/director Morganne Best.

This project is partially supported by the National Endowment for the Arts. Supported in part by a grant from the Montana Arts Council, an agency of the state government, and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Missoula Theatre was brought to Rangely by the Rangely School District and the gifted and talented program.

Special to the Herald Times

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