February 22, 2020


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Directed by Lori McCormack

Silent Sky is the true story of Henrietta Leavitt, the 19th-century astronomer who wasn’t allowed to touch a telescope! While struggling to balance her dedication to science with family obligations and the possibility of love, Henrietta and the women of the Harvard Observatory made discoveries that allow us to know our place in the universe.


Tricia Oliver as Henrietta Leavitt,
Ashley Hansana as Margaret Leavitt,
Thomas S Maple as Peter Shaw,
Andrea Holliday as Annie Cannon, and
Emily Stephens as Williamina Fleming
November 2 and 3 at ACT-Fest’19

Directed by Melanie Brown

Auburn Area Community Theatre’s Young Performers are performing The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley in October of 2018. Come and see how Stanley Lambchop, the beloved flat character from the books written by Jeff Brown, starts his amazing world-trotting adventures. Meet his family, friends and others as they sing and dance their way through adventures in Hollywood, France, Honolulu and more! The show is full of infectious fun for all!


Stanley – Jordan Gomberg
Arthur – Campbell Thomas
Mr. Lambchop – Jay Collins
Mrs. Lambchop – Gracie Mason
Mrs. Cartero – Mia Rogers
Caleb/Ensemble – Dalton Bendinger
Jackson/Ensemble – Kylie Hill
Jacob/Ensemble – Audrey Edwards
Cousin Sophie/Ensemble – Audrey Miller
Bulletin Board/Ensemble – Sophia DiJulio
Doctor Dan/Ensemble – Sam Washburn
Nurse Betty/Ensemble –Isabel Lepczyk
King of the Cool Kids/Ensemble – Eva Mason
Cool Kids 2 & 3/Ensemble – Tupper Colley, Finn Carter
Extra Cool Kids/Ensemble – Nora Spell, Abby Bubb
Birds/Ensemble – Maggie Bennett, Charlotte Mason, Mia Kor
Hollywood Agent/Ensemble – Madyson Peterson
Hollywood Assistants 1&2/Ensemble – Ollie Womack, Emerson Daniels
Samantha/Ensemble – Reese Colley
O.Jay D’Art – Olivia Lepczy
Mona Lisa – Alice  Maple
Napoleon – Sam Edwards
Sneak Thief – Rhema Creel
Herb Wavecrest/Ensemble – Nora Gibbons
Kiki/Ensembl – Ansley Rezek
Assistant Director/Ensemble – Kaden McIntyre
Bikini Wahini/Ensemble – Izzy Kelly
Go-Go Dancers/Ensemble – Madeline Grace Mersino,
Grace Agerton, Fiona Gibbons
Ensemble – Evelyn Miller, Bricelyn Simpson


October 4-6, 8, 11, 12, and 13

Directed by Richard Trammell

To Kill a Mockingbird tells the story of Scout, a young girl in a quiet Alabama town, who is about to experience dramatic events that will affect the rest of her life. She and her brother, Jem, are being raised by their strong-minded housekeeper, Calpurnia, and their widowed father, Atticus Finch. The children learn a grim lesson when a local trial threatens to tear their town apart.


Scout: Drew Durkin
Jem: Knowl Garris
Dill: Jackson Wells
Jean Louise: Crystal Harris
Atticus: Chad Kendrick
Calpurnia: Ella Holmes
Maudie Atkinson: Laura Braswell
Stephanie Crawford: Carter deShazo
Mrs. Dubose: Dabney Chapman
Nathan/Arthur Radley: Nick DiJulio
Heck Tate: Jason Amling
Mayella Ewell: Olive Flaherty
Bob Ewell: Eric Scotch
Walter Cunningham: Garrett Bell
Mr. Gilmer: Steve Thomas
Reverend Sykes: Kwinton Thompkins
Tom Robinson: Kelyn McIntyre
Helen Robinson: Keanna Heard
November 8-11 and 15-18

Directed by Cameron Carmello and Bailey Smith

The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, by Joseph Robinette is a stage adaptation of C.S Lewis’ beloved children’s book. Join us for this great adventure following the Pevensie children as they explore the fantastical world of Narnia. Faced with lion’s witches, fawn and more, Peter, Lucy, Susan and Edmund must learn to work together as a family and overcome their differences to save Narnia and fulfill the prophecy.


Lucy: Lily Senn
Edmund: Knowl Garris
Peter: Nick DiJulio
Susan: Hannah Smith
White Witch: Soojin Park
Aslan: Mark Middleton
Mr. Tumnus: Jackson Wells
Mr. Beaver: Wilson Reeves
Mrs. Beaver: Rebekah Taylor
Unicorn: Claire Miller
Centaur: Liam Gibbons
Ulf: Olive Flaherty
Dwarf: Audrey Miller
Father Christmas/Wolf 1: Sean McDonald
Elf/Wolf 2: Emma Jocaway
White Stag/Wolf 3: Rhema Creel
Winter Nymph: Olivia Wilbanks
Fall Nymph: Lindsay Evermon
Spring Nymph: Grace Agerton
Summer Nymph: Avery Carmello


March 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, and 9

Directed by Terry Kelly

In this deliciously funny Southern-fried comedy, the Verdeen cousins of Sweetgum, Texas – Gaynelle, Peaches, and Jimmie Wyvette – are up against the clock as they frantically attempt to produce the ultimate high school reunion before the old building is demolished. Last Round-Up of the Guacamole Queens is the third and final comedy in the Verdeen Cousins Texas Trilogy that begins with The Red Velvet Cake War and continues with Rex’s Exes. You’ll laugh so hard you might even consider attending your next high school reunion!


CeeCee: Charlotte Hendrix
Jimmy Wyvette: Dawn Mosley
Gaynelle: Madison Richards
Peaches: Wendy Swann
Aunt La Merle: C Arnett Duvic
Uncle Aubrey: Ralph Wilson Banks
Sheriff Grover: Jason Amling
Dewey: Robert Byrd
Raynard: Jerry McCreary
Dixie: Timbre Golden
Della: R. Sherina Hill
Ennis: Rebecca Henderson
Tanzie: Carter Lee deShazo


May 10-12 and 16-19