Bangor Area High School will take audiences on a musical romantic fantasy when it presents "Beauty and the Beast" as part of the 2017 Freddy Awards.
7:30 p.m. Friday, March 3
2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 4
2 p.m. Sunday, March 5
The show will be presented in the M. Craig Paine Performing Arts Theatre at the school, 187 Five Points Richmond Road, in Upper Mount Bethel Township.
Tickets cost $12 and are available at email@example.com, or by calling 610-599-7011, ext. 1001. The school box office is open 4-6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 2-5 p.m. Friday.Bangor Area High School students ready for 'Beauty and the Beast'
"Beauty and the Beast" is the story of Belle, a girl who is constantly trying to fend off the misplaced "affections" of conceited Gaston. The Beast is a prince who was placed under a spell because he could not love. A wrong turn taken by Maurice, Belle's father, causes the two to meet.
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Narrator: Saivaughn Vass
Belle: Allison Steinert
Beast: Chad Schafer
Gaston: Jaden Boyd
Maurice: Kevin Rutzler
Cogsworth: Tim Ferguson
Lumiere: Eli Hoyte
LeFou: Ryan Rutt
Babette: Maya Ramautar
Mrs. Potts: Viktoria Swanson
Chip: Hannah Almanzar
Madam de la Grand Bouche: Jennifer Patchen
Prince: Robert Greene
Old Begger Woman/Enchantress: Maeve Godshalk
Monsieur D'Arque: Robert Greene
Silly Girl 1: Crystal Renaldi
Silly Girl 2: Olivia Brands
Silly Girl 3: Gianna Graziano
Silly Girl 4: Cathiann McKenna
Silly Girl 5: Emily Learn
Silly Girl 6: Jennifer Sumual
Aristocratic Lady: Coleen Burke
Fish Man (Male Villager in opening): Shane O'Leary
Egg Man: Jacob Happel
Sausage Curl Girl: Hannah Bledsoe
Baker: CJ Kizer
Lady with Cane: Madison Cruz
Lady with Baby: Aimee Bealer
Candle Man: Jared Zengulis
Hat Seller: Michael McDanolds
Milkmaid: Abi LaCour
Shepherd Boy: Owen Jennings
Bookseller: Marino Bubba
Wolves: Jared Zengulis, Logan Holva, Maeve Godshalk, Laura Buzzard, Sophia Villano and Kristen Stopfer.
Cronie 1: Robert Greene
Cronie 2: Brian Gembarski
Enchanted Ensemble (also Village Ensemble)
Dancing Napkins: Maeve Goshalk, Laura Buzzard, Crystal Renaldi, Sophia Villano, Gianna Graziano and Kristen Stopfer
Other Napkins: Jacob Happel, Saivaughn Vass, Michael McDanolds, Justin Khan, Robert Greene and Nicole Mastrogiovanni (Egg Timer)
Spoon: Cathiann McKenna
Fork: Billie-Jo Dowling
Knife: Logan Holva
Salt: Olivia Brands
Pepper: Jared Zengulis
Measuring Spoon: CJ Kizer
Pie Server: Ashley Overstreet
Sugar Bowl: Aimee Bealer
Vases: Madison Cruz, Caitlin Lang, Emily Learn
Wisk Broom: Hannah Bledsoe
Carpet: Isabel Smith
Cheese Grater: Shane O'Leary
Plates: Brookel Sabella, Jennifer Sumual, Abi LaCour
A Mother: Morgan Shriver
Male Villager: Emilio Schwartz
Female Villager: Madison Cruz
Village Ensemble: Jessie Barker, Ryan Bauer, Max Bledsoe, Shawna Campanaro, Mason Cruz, Serena Davanzo, Sarah Danielsen, Matthew Ebien-Pesa, Julia Fries, Lauran Gillow, Evelyn Harvey, Faith Jensen, Andrew Khan, Madison Laubach, Jorge Lopez, Michenna Mulvaney, Samantha Ordonez, Jubilee Pons, Kristen Reid, Brooke Reister, Noelle Schwartz, Aryana Smith, Hailey Sorotore and Hannah Voss.
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