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Rachel Sparks (Amy) is a sixth grade home schooled student. This is her sixth production at The Highwood Theatre (and counting), having recently appeared as Beatrice in "Much Ado About Nothing" and Lady Bracknell in "The Importance of Being Earnest". At Highwood, she has also played Dana/Mullet Fingers in Owls, Highwood's adaptation of "Hoot" by Carl Hiaasen. Some of Rachel's favorite things are acting and singing. An interesting fact about her is that she used to take trapeze. "I am not getting married!"
Aidan Emerson (Peter/Harry) is a fifth grader at Chevy Chase Elementary School. This is his second production at The Highwood Theatre, having recently appeared as John ("Jack") Worthing in "The Importance of Being Earnest". Aidan has also performed in "The Wizard of Oz" and as Child #2 and Young Ebenezer in Silver Spring Stage's A Christmas Carol. Aidan enjoys playing sports and performing in comedic theatre. He once broke his leg when he was 1.5 years old and his wrist when he was 10. "I hope you enjoy the show!"
Simone Kimelman-Block (Marta) is a fourth grader at JPDS. This is her first production at The Highwood Theatre. In the past, she has performed in "Joseph and The Technicolor Dreamcoat" as the narrator and has won a math award. In her spare time, Simone likes to swim, sing, and act. There are four kids in her family. "Hard work makes everything fun in the show."
Asa Kienitz-Kincade (David/Paul/Larry) is a tenth grader at Sandy Spring Friends School. This is his second production at The Highwood Theatre, having most recently appeared as Professor Callahan in "Legally Blonde: The Musical". Asa began doing theatre through improv classes at Imagination Stage and performed there as the Wizard in "The Wizard of Oz" and John in "Peter Pan". If you name any year, he will be able to tell you who won and lost the Super Bowl. "Enjoy the show!"
Spencer Greene (Robert "Bobby") is a tenth grader at BCC. This is his first production at The Highwood Theatre. He's performed as Steve in Truly Horrifics' production of "Rent" and has taken AP U.S. History. Outside of theatre, Spencer enjoys playing the piano and skiing. He is a multi-millionaire in Monopoly money. "I didn't do it."
Tailor Hayling (Joanne) is a ninth grader at Elizabeth Seton High School. This is her first production at The Highwood Theatre. Taylor won all state awards for violin 4 times and was in Junior Toastmasters, and currently takes French. In her free time she likes to play the violin and sing. Taylor went to a performing arts middle school and is now in an all-girls high school. "Hope you enjoy the show!"
Elena Meiman (Sarah) is a ninth grader at the Auburn School. This is her fifth production at The Highwood Theatre, having recently appeared as Johnna in "August: Osage County", as Gwendolen in "The Importance of Being Earnest", and as Helena Landless in "The Mystery of Edwin Drood". Outside of Highwood, Elena likes to read and learn. An interesting fact about her is that she reads at a graduate school level. "Hope you like the show!"
Isabelle Moorehead (Susan) is a fifth grader at Page Elementary School. This is her fourth production at The Highwood Theatre, having most recently appeared as Miss Prism in "The Importance of Being Earnest", as Princess Puffer in "The Mystery of Edwin Drood", and as Pilar in "Legally Blonde: The Musical". Isabelle likes to sing and act, and also enjoys designing clothes. "Have fun and love life."
Lily Barker (Kathy) is a fifth grader at Woodlin Elementary School. This is her first production at The Highwood Theatre. Last year Lily performed in Ruddigore, playing a ghost baronet, with Kids Chorale. She has also performed in Pirates The Musical and many musicals, including Oliver, My Fair Lady, Pirates Of Penzance, and Anything Goes. Lily loves to act, takes voice lessons, and has also taken dance lessons. "Enjoy your journey through Company!"
Anastasia Moorehead (Jenny/April) is a ninth grader at Blake High School. This is her sixth production at The Highwood Theatre, having recently been seen in The Mystery of Edwin Drood" and "Legally Blonde: The Musical". She also served as the Stage Manager for Highwood's professional production of "Crazy Runs in the Family" last summer. When she's not onstage, Ana likes to play and referee soccer, as well as read while singing or listening to music. "Enjoy our show!"
COMPANY CAST BIOS
Check out our Company Preview Video below!
Robert ("Bobby"): Spencer Greene
Sarah: Elena Meiman
Harry: Aidan Emerson
Susan: Isabelle Moorehead
Peter: Aidan Emerson
Jenny: Anastasia Moorehead
David: Asa Kienitz-Kincade
Amy: Rachel Sparks
Paul: Asa Kienitz-Kincade
Joanne: Tailor Hayling
Larry: Asa Kienitz-Kincade
Marta: Simone Kimelman-Block
Kathy: Lily Barker
April: Anastasia Moorehead
Directed by: Kevin Kearney
Stage Manager: Derek David
Professional Coaches: Gray West, Annette Wasno,
Vivian Allvin, Jennifer Berry
Choreographer: Jessica Pena
Set Design: Toly Yarup and Kevin Kearney
Costume Design: Isabelle Moorehead
Light Board Operator: Joseph Moorehead
Sound Board Operator: Toly Yarup
Stage Hands: Sarah Scott, Toly Yarup
Student Tech Crew: Simon Ellerbee,
Phoenix Ganz-Ratzat, Elise Kaplan, Toly Yarup,
Keyboard: Kevin Kearney
Violin: Keelin Quirk
Reeds: Kenny Nunn
Guitar: Mark Sundermeyer
Percussion: David Waldman
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The Highwood Theatre is supported in part by funding from the Montgomery County government and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, the S. Kann Sons Company Foundation, the William and Karen Tell Foundation, the Robert N. Alfandre Foundation, Wenger Corporation, and West Wing Writers.