Montello High School Drama and Music Departments to present “Legally Blonde”
The MHS Music and Drama departments have teamed up to present the musical, “Legally Blonde,” March 6-9.
It tells the story of Elle (played by MHS Senior Lydia Fimreite), a sorority girl who follows love to Harvard. While there she finds not only love, but also her true self. Along the way, she learns about what is important in life and who is important to her. This comedy is sure to have the audience laughing and crying.
Enjoy the talents of cast members: Noah Williams as Warner, Max Bond as Emmett, Jonah Williams as Callahan, Laker Thrasher as Paulette, Tessa Fimreite as Vivienne, Samantha Topel as Margot, Rebekah Moyers as Serena, Sarah Faltz as Pilar, Bronwyn Ahrens as Gaelen, Kenzie Turner as Leilani, Katie Corliss as Kate, Breanna Mathews as Enid, Ciara Neeb as Brooke, Rebecca Thill as Erin;
Connor Klapper as Kyle/Winthrop, Tyler Tonyan playing Chad, Padamadan & Carlos, Tia Crawford as Elle’s Mom, Chase Barthel as Elle’s Dad, CJ Smith playing Nico, Lowell & Dewey;
Savanna Meadows as Store Manager & Judge, Micia McChesney as Chutney, Brittany Zellmer playing Kiki, Stenographer & Salesgirl 2, Kayla Smith as Dana, Reporter & Mousey Client, Gretchen Franseen as Whitney/Pforzheimer, Casey Riggs as a Guard, Nicole Fritsche as DA Joyce Riley, Hannah Arbeiter as Salesgirl, Anna Steppke as Cashier. The Chorus includes Paige Klawitter, Abi Giuffre, Alecia Gannon and Elizabeth Brown. Adding to the cast are canine performers Daisy and Tyson!
Crew members helping put the production on are David Paczkowski, Jaclyn Wilks, Kitara Harsh, Zach Watchek, Brittany Wopat and Caitlin Elliot.
The play is directed by Mary Ott, assisted by Beth Turner. Barb Church is in charge of makeup and costumes. Bill Preuss designed the set, Chase Wright is in charge of lights, Robin Williams did the sound design, Scott Busse did choreography, Becky Klapper was volunteer coordinator and Marvis Wegner handled ticket sales.
Performances will be held March 6, 7 & 8th at 7:00pm with a 2:00pm matinee on Sunday, March 9th. Tickets purchased at the door sell for $10 adult and $8 student/senior.