HELLO AND WELCOME!
HELLO AND WELCOME!
Creative Team: Nicholas Joy (Director); Britney Cawkwell (Stage Manager, Producer, Technical Director, Head Designer); Jackson Poole (Choreographer); Benjamin Ryan (Musical Director); Emma Erdis (Vocal Coach); Brock Alexander (Assistant Director)
Cast: William Thomas (Jeremy Heere); Flynn Walmsley (Michael Mell); Rachel Peake (Christine Canigula); Marcus Johnston (The Squip); Nikolas Elwell (Rich Goranski); Nicholas Wigan (Jake Dillinger); Lauren Barilla (Chloe Valentine); Kate Hudson-James (Brooke Lohst); Maeve Sloss (Jenna Rolan); Pierce Hardy (Mr Heere, Mr Reyes); Ryan Murphy (Ensemble + Jeremy Understudy); Josh Brown (Ensemble + Michael Understudy); Harper Lanigan (Ensemble + Christine Understudy); Micah Adamson (Ensemble); Hayley Peters (Ensemble); Isabella Apalais (Ensemble)
Technical Team: Riley Silk (Lighting Designer, Operator); Jack Hickey (Audio Designer); Bradley Newton (Stagehand); Teyanah Colley (Stagehand)
Band: Eligh Dungey (Keyboard One, Repetiteur); Megan Beckinsale (Keyboard Two); Wendy Ready (Keyboard Two); Anthony Curcuruto (Percussion); Matt Harrison (Electric Guitar); Adam Dillon (Bass Guitar)
Be More Chill ran for a four show period over three days, hosted at the Philharmonic Society Playhouse. Be More Chill follows the story of Jeremy Heere in his struggle to survive high school from the bottom of the social ladder. Recommended for mature audiences, it is a typical coming of age, pop musical with futuristic elements. Crescendo's first production that sold out all four shows! We are very proud!
Creative Team: Emma Erdis (Director); Jackson Poole (Choreographer); Benjamin Ryan (Musical Director); Nicholas Joy (Producer); Ashley Greentree (Costumer); Britney Cawkwell (Stage Manager, Graphic Designer); Brock Alexander (Assistant Director, Assistant Producer)
Cast: Micah Adamson (Officer Lockstock); Isabella Apalais (Little Sally); Ryan Murphy (Bobby Strong); Cameron Grimmett (Hope Cladwell); Isaac Burton (Caldwell B. Cladwell, Old Man Strong); Kat McGowan (Penelope Pennywise); Brock Alexander (Hot Blades Harry); Addisyn Herndon (Little Becky Two-Shoes, Female Swing); Lestari Abraham (Mrs Millenium); Phoebe Cheetham (McQueen); Katie Commens (Billy Boy Bill, Soupy Sue); Jane Erdis (Josephine Strong); Tirana Lawson (Robbie The Stockfish); Harry Simpson (Tiny Tom, Dr Billeaux); Beth Stevens (Senator Fipp); William Thomas (Officer Barrel, Male Swing)
Technical Team: Riley Silk (Lighting Designer); Jack Hickey (Audio Designer); Leighton Glanville (Lighting Operator); Seb Saint (Assistant Stage Manager, Stagehand); Flynn Walmsley (Assistant Stage Manager, Stagehand)
Band: Eligh Dungey (Keyboard, Repetituer); Matt Harrison (Bass Guitar); Lauren Lester (Reeds One); Harry Apalais (Reeds Two); Rowan McDonough (Brass); Anthony Curcuruto (Percussion)
Urinetown: The Musical ran for a three show season. As one of the first external shows to be held at the ERCC, the larger stage was a welcome change. Urinetown: The Musical traverses the remains of a city after a 20-year drought where the residents need to pay fees to use public ammenities due to the water shortage. Our protagonist Bobby Strong, aims to rebel for free access, rebelling against Urine Good Company as they spike the fees. Recommended for mature audiences, the show is satirical and acts as a parody of classical musicals.
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