Stagelight Productions A Ministry of Spectrum Christian Homeschool Community
Stagelight Productions is pleased to announce our fall show: Thorton Wilder's classic, Our Town.
Audition Information Tuesday, September 12 - initial auditions Thursday, September 14 - call-backs Homeschooled students in grades 9-12 are welcome to audition.. Please contact Pamela Fahs at email@example.com if you intend to audition and to receive information prior to the auditions.
Rehearsal Information Rehearsals begin Tuesday, September 19, and will run Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at Hope Baptist Church. Tech Week will be Sunday - Thursday, November 12-16.
Performances Friday, November 17, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, November 17, 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. There may be a performance on Thursday, November 16. . All performances will be at the Slayton House Theatre in Columbia, Maryland. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Thank you for making Stagelight Productions' The Little Mermaid part of your world!
Cast of The Little Mermaid: Ariel - Megan Senio Prince Eric - Cameron Fahs Sebastian - Harrison Mayo Triton - Zane Robinson Ursula - Natalie Ray Flotsam - Ava Fahs Jetsam - Landen Custis Flounder - Julia Chapman Scuttle - Naomi Ray Grimsby - Nathan Bentley Chef Louis - Theodore Gwathmey Carlotta - Hannah Keepers Pilot - James Reno Windward - Gabriel Czerny Leeward - Noelle Jackson Mersisters/Princesses: Anna Babcock (Atina), Payten Blake (Adela), Savannah Perry (Arista), Abby Smalley (Andrina), Amelia Thomas (Allana), Katherine Thomas (Aquata) Princes/Courtiers/Sailors: Jack Babcock, Toby Babcock, Lance Custis, Marshall Fariss, Theodore Gwathmey, Dennis Kull, James Reno, LJ Wood Gulls/Sea Creatures/Lagoon Animals: Melody Chapman, Gabriel Czerny, Sofia Farnsworth, Siena Huber, LJ Wood Chefs: Jack Babcock, Toby Babcock, Melody Chapman Lance Custis, Anastasia Ericson, Marshall Fariss, Siena Huber, Carolina Iguina-Pascual, Dennis Kull, James Reno, LJ Wood Maids/Sea Creatures/Lagoon Animals: Taylor Bjerkaas, Abby Reno, Aubrey Young, Frances Zyla Sea Creatures/Lagoon Animals: Sarah Basom, Katie Bjerkaas, Olivia Chapman, Anastasia Ericson, Carolina Iguina-Pascual, AJ Jones, Jennifer Neely, Hannah Pelletier, Zoe Robinson, Malee Walker
Director: Justin Moe Co-Director: Anne Dransfield Assistant Director: Nathan Moe Vocal Director: Luke Link Choreographer: Victoria Farnsworth Production Team: Pamela Fahs, Mary Ray, Johnny Reno
Our Mission Statement SLP, as a ministry of SCHC, is a 501-C3, non-profit organization that seeks to provide opportunities for pre-teens and teens to express themselves artistically through participation in annual theatrical productions.
Our Goals Encourage artistic expression as well as offer an educational environment to our students. Develop a spirit of ensemble among the cast, production team and all others involved in our productions. Develop and maintain good relationships with those we work with in our community. Provide our students with the opportunity for outreach in our community. Provide quality entertainment that glorifies God through theatrical productions. Entertain our audiences with enriching, family-oriented shows.
Our Production Team Anne Dransfield - Director Pamela Fahs - Director of Administration Mary Ray - Director of Costumes and Props Johnny Reno - Director of Sets
Past Shows Cinderella – 2009 The Wizard of Oz – 2010 The Sound of Music – 2011 Hello, Dolly – Spring 2012 Our Miss Brooks – Fall 2012 Oklahoma – Spring 2013 You Can’t Take It With You – Fall 2013 Guys & Dolls - Spring 2014 You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown- Fall 2014* Mary Poppins - Spring 2015 The Music Man - Spring 2016** The Man Who Came to Dinner - Fall 2016 The Little Mermaid - Spring 2017 * Winner of the 2015 Cappies of Baltimore "Best Musical," "Best Lead Actor in a Musical - Stephen Dransfield," "Best Comic Actor in a Musical - David Link," and "Best Choreographer - Victoria Farnsworth" ** Winner of the 2016 Cappies of Baltimore "Best Ensemble in a Musical - The Barbershop Quartet: Lance Custis, John Dransfield, Nathaniel Espey, and David Link" and "Creative Award - David Link for Direction of the Barbershop Quartet"