Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana


March 9, 2012

ECHS to present 'Grease'

BATESVILLE — The East Central High School chorus and drama departments will present the musical “Grease” Friday-Saturday, March 9-10, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 11, at 3 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center.

Tickets may be purchased at the door prior to each performance. The cost is $7 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens.

Cast members include Meredith Seamon, Sandy; Alex Hirlinger, Danny; Zach Mossburger, Doody; Ela Kinker, Jan; Kendra Chastain, Frenchy; Malory Owen, Marty; Nikki Zengerling, Rizzo;Jacob Gutapfel, Roger; Brandon Kline, Kenicke; Carly Kern, Patty; Michael Welte, Eugene; Nick Combs, Vince; Justin Duenne, Johnny Casino; McKenzie Monday, Cha Cha; Jared Rich, Teen Angel; Sara Mclaughlin, Ms. Lynch; Nolynn Kaufmann, Blanche; and Matt Krimmer, Sonny.

Chorus members are Tori Garcia, Andrew Schmidl, Rachel Furney, Josie LaRosa, Brady Myers, Olivia Steuver, Elizabeth Sackett, Kyle Howard, Mary Wuestefeld, Lindsey Altum, Shay Roepke, Kirsten Abner, Julia Robben, Baxter McCory, Olivia Gesell, Haley Conklin, Anthony Back, Jordan Hartung, Megan Hoffman, Caleb Norfleet, Katie Fox, Chrisi Fischer, Taylor Nordyke, Abi Mechley, Kelley Renninger, Clay Orem, Maleah Fischer, Sydney Rafferty, Renee McCann, Kayla Stone, Diana Carpenter, Caryle Swartout, Megan Campbell, Robin Smith, Catie Abner, Kacie Jackson, Tori Kern, Brittany Disley, Abby Meyer, Kelsey Richardson, Kristen Lunsford, Jess Brenner, Amber Roszell and Claudia Armbruster.

Kari Zengerling is the director, and Donna Tanner is the music director. Jake Zengerling is stage manager and Laura Stenger is assistant stage manager. Steven Zengerling is in charge of set design and building.

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