New Castle News

Laurel

March 30, 2012

Photo Gallery, Video, Story: Laurel presenting spring musical ‘Joseph’

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Cast of characters

Narrator 1: Tonya Lenhart

Narrator 2: Mikaylah Jewell

Narrator 3: Carley Pickel

Narrator 4: Abby Sheperd

Joseph: David Rogan

Potiphar and Jacob: Austin Lahr

Pharoah: Jacob Blank

Chorus

Ashley Mengel (plus Baker and Adoring Girl), Victoria Kosek (plus Cook), Erin Hassett (plus Adoring Girl), Jamie Ringler (plus Adoring Girl and Angel in Heaven), Jolene Stiteler (plus Adoring Girl), Bonnie Kautzman (plus Adoring Girl), Makayla Dupont (plus Adoring Girl),  Taylor Lubinski, Sara Baker, Cheyenne Kirkwood, Kayleigh Mariani, Abbey Murphy, Hannah Shearer, Hannah Kuhn, Lani Crawford, Kaitlyn Penwell, Ruth Zeigler, Sissy Gallaher, Victoria Lovell, Shayna Houston

Dancers

Andrea Fedrizzi (plus Potiphar’s Wife), Jessica Chin, Justina Chin, Marissa Lubinski, Mariah Wickline, Bekki Jones, Kacee Caughey, Francesca Mastrangelo

Brothers

Ruben: Noah Baumis

Simeon: Krag Kerr

Levi: Brett Kauffman

Napthali: Tom Litzenberg

Isaachar: Jason Regal

Asher: Evan Downing

Dan: Austin Ayers

Zebulin: Devin Miller

Gad: Adam Frazier

Benjamin: Dakota Parson

Judah: Matt Bessell

Camels and Sign Carriers

Rhonda Mitcheltree, Zoe Kerr, Loren McConnell, Chloe Brown

Slavers/Ishmaelites/Other Slaves

Eddie Cracraft, Ethan Wilson, Cody Little (Horse Guide)

Elementary School Chorus

Genesis Bedilion, Billie Jo Cole, Jordan Comstock, Wyatt Dean, Lydia Dicks, Sydney Domer, Kayla Emery, Chantz Fedrizzi, Alicyn Ferrante, Jenna Hill, Anna Hovanec, Heather Jewell, Ireland Kelly, Amanda LeRoy, Kayla McConahy, Jamie McCormick, Amy Parson, Toni Sager, Kaili Sallmen, Chelsey Shontz, Jenna Staples, Addison Stewart, Elsie Stich, Mariah Ward, Abby Wright

 

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