THE CRUCIBLE
NOVEMBER 20-22, 2015

Cast of Characters

ADMIRAL BOOM The Banks’ friendly neighbor on Cherry Tree Lane, Admiral Boom’s house is shaped like a great ship. 50s, Baritone.
BERT Bert is a One-Man-Band, a Sidewalk Artist, a Chimney Sweep and a Kite Salesman, but above all, he is a friend to Mary Poppins and Jane and Michael. Mid 30s. Baritone to G.
KATIE NANNA The last in a long line of nannies for the Banks children, Katie Nanna can’t stand any more of Jane and Michael’s pranks and leaves No. 17 Cherry Tree Lane.
MARY POPPINS Jane and Michael’s new Nanny, Mary Poppins is a dazzling personality and a force to be reckoned with. Full of hope even when things look bleak, she tells them “anything can happen if you let it.” Mid 20s. Mezzo Soprano with a strong top.
MICHAEL & JANE The Banks children, Jane and Michael misbehave to get attention from their parents. 9-11 years old.
MISS ANDREW When Mary Poppins disappears, Mrs. Banks calls on Mrs. Andrew, George Banks’ old nanny. She soon finds that Miss Andrew is cruel and demanding. 40s-50s, Soprano with Alto Belt.
MISS LARK Another neighbor on Cherry Tree Lane, she is a bit snobby and treats her dog, Willoughby, as a child. 30s, Mezzo Soprano.
MR. GEORGE BANKS A bank manager, Mr. Banks is father to Jane and Michael. He tries to be a good provider, but often forgets how to be a good father. Early 40s, Baritone.
MRS. BRILL The Banks’ cook, she rules the kitchen at No. 17 Cherry Tree Lane. Mid 50s, Alto.
MRS. CORRY Mysterious and very old, Mrs. Corry runs the “Talking Shop” where people buy conversations and gingerbread. She knew George Banks when he was just a boy. Soprano.
MRS. WINIFRED BANKS A former actress, Mrs. Banks is very busy trying to live up to her husband’s expectations. She is a loving, but distracted mother to Jane and Michael. Mid 30s, Mezzo Soprano.
NELEUS A statue in the Park, Neleus has lost his father, Poseidon, god of the ocean. 20s, Tenor.
ROBERTSON AY Clumsy but good-hearted, the Banks’ bootman has trouble following instructions. Early 20s, Tenor.
THE BIRD WOMAN She sits in front of St.Paul’s Cathedral every day, selling bags of crumbs for the pigeons. 50s, Alto.
THE PARK KEEPER A stickler for rules and regulations, the Park Keeper watches over the park. 40s-50s, Tenor. - See more at: http://www.mtishows.com/show_detail.asp?showid=000329#sthash.HnsfaDbv.dpuf
ADMIRAL BOOM The Banks’ friendly neighbor on Cherry Tree Lane, Admiral Boom’s house is shaped like a great ship. 50s, Baritone.
BERT Bert is a One-Man-Band, a Sidewalk Artist, a Chimney Sweep and a Kite Salesman, but above all, he is a friend to Mary Poppins and Jane and Michael. Mid 30s. Baritone to G.
KATIE NANNA The last in a long line of nannies for the Banks children, Katie Nanna can’t stand any more of Jane and Michael’s pranks and leaves No. 17 Cherry Tree Lane.
MARY POPPINS Jane and Michael’s new Nanny, Mary Poppins is a dazzling personality and a force to be reckoned with. Full of hope even when things look bleak, she tells them “anything can happen if you let it.” Mid 20s. Mezzo Soprano with a strong top.
MICHAEL & JANE The Banks children, Jane and Michael misbehave to get attention from their parents. 9-11 years old.
MISS ANDREW When Mary Poppins disappears, Mrs. Banks calls on Mrs. Andrew, George Banks’ old nanny. She soon finds that Miss Andrew is cruel and demanding. 40s-50s, Soprano with Alto Belt.
MISS LARK Another neighbor on Cherry Tree Lane, she is a bit snobby and treats her dog, Willoughby, as a child. 30s, Mezzo Soprano.
MR. GEORGE BANKS A bank manager, Mr. Banks is father to Jane and Michael. He tries to be a good provider, but often forgets how to be a good father. Early 40s, Baritone.
MRS. BRILL The Banks’ cook, she rules the kitchen at No. 17 Cherry Tree Lane. Mid 50s, Alto.
MRS. CORRY Mysterious and very old, Mrs. Corry runs the “Talking Shop” where people buy conversations and gingerbread. She knew George Banks when he was just a boy. Soprano.
MRS. WINIFRED BANKS A former actress, Mrs. Banks is very busy trying to live up to her husband’s expectations. She is a loving, but distracted mother to Jane and Michael. Mid 30s, Mezzo Soprano.
NELEUS A statue in the Park, Neleus has lost his father, Poseidon, god of the ocean. 20s, Tenor.
ROBERTSON AY Clumsy but good-hearted, the Banks’ bootman has trouble following instructions. Early 20s, Tenor.
THE BIRD WOMAN She sits in front of St.Paul’s Cathedral every day, selling bags of crumbs for the pigeons. 50s, Alto.
THE PARK KEEPER A stickler for rules and regulations, the Park Keeper watches over the park. 40s-50s, Tenor. - See more at: http://www.mtishows.com/show_detail.asp?showid=000329#sthash.HnsfaDbv.dpuf

ADULTS
John Proctor - Julien Sherman
Elizabeth Proctor - Addie Achterberg
Rev. John Hale - Lucas Sherman
Reverend Parris - Kurt Eckenrode
Deputy Governor Danforth - Michael Koval
Judge Hathorne - Amy Whitesell / Autumn Polanowski
Ann Putnam - Danielle Simpson
Thomas Putnam - Sam Noel
Rebecca Nurse - Maggie Kaliszak
Giles Corey - Justin Rosenberger
Francis Nurse - Erin Kaliszak
Cheever - Jeff Brady
Marshal Herrick - Ryan Addotta
Sarah Good - Kaila Taylor
Voice of Martha Corey/Hopkins - Shannon Moran
Tituba - Jordan Osborne

CHILDREN/TEENS
Abigail Williams - Brooke Weber
Betty Parris - Cora Dunaja
Mary Warren - Rachel Pugaczewski
Susanna Walcott - Camryn Brakmann
Mercy Lewis - Sydney Delpi 

Additional Ensemble Girls
Hannah Booth - Lily Stockbridge (+ Understudy all Teens)
Margaret Hubbard - Julia Twaddle  (+ Understudy all adult females)

Production Staff
D
irector - Will Jenkins
Stage Manager - Taylor Reed
Costume & Makeup Design - Pam Vasilow
Assistant to the Costumer - Jen Addotta
Set & Technical Director - Eric Paules
Promotions / Producer - Heather Jenkins

 

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