The Lincoln County High School Theatre de Masque recently presented the play “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.”
Directed by Jacob Lester and C. Pete Peterson, with choreography by Mindy Anderson and Jessica Mathews, the five night performance at the Neldon C. Mathews Center drew an average of attendance of 180.
Peterson called it a success. He added, “Amber Brunjes, of Laughlin, Nevada, said it was one of the best LCHS productions she has ever seen. Many commented positively on the effects, lighting, sound and especially the singing and acting.
Leads in the production were Elizabeth Gloeckner, who played Milly, and Nathanael Frehner, who played Adam. Other cast members were Jana Ahlstrom, Thalia Katschke, Asia Frehner, Laura Pearson, Abigail Loverme and Haylee Zierow (The Brides); Tyler Frehner, Haydon Showell, Derrek Anderson, Carlin Christensen, Michael Winters, Lincoln Frehner (The Brothers); Jesse Mathews, Derek Mathews, David Conahan, Cody Dirks, Jon Cook, Hunter Blood (The Suiters); Ally Wadsworth, Danielle Lister, Jack Butler, Keara Barfield, and Jacques Wadsworth.
Stage managers were Cherry Larounis and Renee Palmer, and many others volunteered time to construct sets, do costumes, makeup, hair, sound, lights and effects.
The next production will be “Rumpelstiltskin” April 18-23.