Cast for Peter and the Starcatcher Announced

Posted: September 2, 2016

The cast for our fall production of Peter and the Starcatcher has been announced.

Character Actor
Boy / Peter Jack Jensen '17
Molly Aster Carley Gilbert
Prentiss, piano Ben Hyver '18
Ted Chris Boennighausen '19
Lord Leornard Aster, ukelel, piano Michael Alloggiamento '18
Captain Scott, piano David Sie '18
Bumbrake, teacher Alex Aguirre '17
Alf Ronan Shaw '18
Black Stache, piano David DeRuiter '19
Smee Gina Saglimbeni
Slank, Hawking Clam Orion Cruz '18
Mack, Fighting Prawn Bobby Houston '18
Grempkin, sailor, pirate, mollusk Miles Nguyen '19
Sanchez, sailor, pirate, mollusk, piano, ukelele Conor Linehan '17
Pirate Boy, sailor, pirate, mollusk Liam Fowler '20
Sailor, pirate, mollusk Emerson Martz
Sailor, percussion Kian Blewett '17
Assistant Directors
Sydney Ovrom
Isaiah Saluta '18
Christian Loanzon '18
Stage Manager Marco Bui '17
Set Designer Keo Lacebal '17

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