Into the Woods Cast
Narrator: David Miller
Baker: Connor Smith
Baker’s Wife: Emmalee Horn
Mysterious Man: Matthew Shields
The Witch: Rylee Peterson
Jack: Eli McBride
Jack’s Mother: Reidyn Horn
Milky White: Greta Kimble
Red Riding Hood: Olivia Harvey
The Wolf: Cole Brewer
Grandmother: Maddie Fiorini
Cinderella: Madeline Reyes
Step Mother: Emma Mitcheltree
Florinda: Mary Bennett
Lucinda: Bayleigh Guiser
Cinderella’s Father: Aiden Mitcheltree
Cinderella’s Mother: Abby Kimble
Cinderella’s Prince: Noah Tsikitas
Rapunzel’s Prince: Zachary McGuire
Rapunzel: Angelina Hunter
Steward: David Geise
Giant: Olivia Rogers
Snow White: Kaydence Rogers
Sleeping Beauty: Liviya Noltee
Ensemble: Tabby Dooris, Grace Persun, Maggie Morris, Kendall Cardone, Sidney Ertel, Kaitlyn Cohick, Lillian Barret, Kerryn Best, Noel Shaffer, Lea Fessler, Mahailya Breen
- BE PREPARED.
- “Early is on time. On time is late.” Don’t be late. Give yourself time to travel, warm up, and be ready to work at start time. Come back from breaks on time and ready to work. It also shows respect for your fellow cast & crew when you are there & ready to begin.
- EVERYONE will have a copy of the rehearsal schedule. I will work hard to make sure the schedule doesn’t always conflict with other school activities. IF YOU DO HAVE TO MISS A REHEARSAL PLEASE LET ME OR THE STAGE MANAGER KNOW AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
- Attendance. Unless otherwise notified, if you are scheduled to be at rehearsal, PLEASE be at rehearsal. REMEMBER you made a commitment to the show as well as to your peers. You cannot play a baseball game without all the players; makes it just as hard to rehearse a show.
- If you miss 1 rehearsal without notification, you will have to make it up. This includes helping with tech work, cleaning, etc. You can work off up to 2 NO CALL, NO SHOW Rehearsals.
- NO CALL, NO SHOW. If you do not give notification for missed rehearsals, or decide not to show up, you may be replaced.
- Bring a pencil and paper with you. Every day. Notebooks are great!
- BE RESPECTFUL.
- Respect the work of your fellow actors. Don’t talk, text, email, or eat noisy or smelly food while they’re working. Be respectful and quiet. Be patient—you want the director to take as much time with you as she is taking with your castmates.
- Don’t highlight your lines during the read-through. LISTEN.
- Pay attention to what the director says about the world of the project. You can very often pick up something valuable to use as you create your character.
- Be respectful of each other on stage. Talk to your scene partners about boundaries. No physical contact without first discussing it. Try not to paraphrase lines. Keep communication open at all times.
- Stage managers and their assistants have the hardest jobs in the world. Listen to them. Respect them. Appreciate them.
- Note Sessions aren’t the time for you to privately discuss the performance with your cast mates while the director gives note. Listen to what the director and others are saying. Write it all down.
- ASK QUESTIONS.
- The only fool is the fool who doesn’t ask the foolish questions.
- Learn by asking your director, stage manager & other cast members.
- IT IS ALL A LEARNING PROCESS.
- WORK HARD, PLAY HARD.
- We will work hard, but we will have fun doing it as well.
- Take risks with your character on stage.
- Find an activity for your character to do in every scene.
- Enjoy these special moments together with your fellow cast & crew; they will be a short time, but the memories will live on forever.
REMEMBER that no matter the size of your role, YOU are a part of a bigger picture.