Cast List for Fall Drama, Spinning Into Butter

Posted: August 31, 2017

Director Peter Canavese has announced the cast for our fall drama, Spinning Into Butter.

Character Actor
Dean Sarah Daniels, Dean of Students (age 35) Ella Brancatelli
Patrick Chibas, sophomore (age 19) Orion Cruz '18
Ross Collins, art history professor (age 35) Bobby Houston '18
Dean Burton Strauss, Chair of the Humanities Dept. (age 55) Dylan deJong '18
Dean Catherine Kenney (age 60) Mary Taylor
Mr. Meyers, security guard (age 50) Sean Chamberlain '19
Greg Sullivan, senior (age 21) Brett Allen '18
Assistant Directors Carmelo Barrera '18
Isaiah Saluta '18
Stage Manager Cedric Nuniz '18

A note from Mr. Canavese -

Thanks to all who auditioned. The audition turn-out was great - 33 actors for seven acting slots. Given the very small cast, these decisions were excruciatingly difficult; there was far more talent on display than I could employ. Finding the correct mix of ability, age, experience and suitability for parts is a subjective and mysterious process. If you're able, please try out agin in the future, for the comedy, musical, Sanguine Humours (tryouts next week Wednesday or Thursday right after school in Sobrato's Black Box Theater) and/or the One Actors*.

Cast and crew: Congratulations. The first rehearsal will be Monday, September 4, at 4:00 pm at Sobrato Mainstage.

* The Bellarmine One Actor's club is looking for performers and directors. This club creates student-led productions and is focused on helping actors grown through performance and education. If you are interested, please contact Ryan Remmel for more information.

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