Assistance Cast List Announced

Posted: March 15, 2018

Bellarmine's Spring production of Assistance has been cast by director Peter Canavese.

All roles were double cast, meaning each actor will perform in three of the six performances scheduled for May 2018.

Character Actor
Nick Bobby Houston '18 / Isaiah Saluta '18
Nora Kira Merkel / Shawn Pinkham
Jenny Mary Taylor / Gigi Ward
Vince Patrick Ryan '19 / Niko Vuckovich '20
Justin Michael Alloggiamento '18 / Edgar Alvarez '19
Heather Carley Gilbert / Gina Saglimbeni
Assistant Directors Maanas Oruganti '18, Jake Cortez '19
Stage Manager Brian Peck '18


Thanks to all who auditioned for your enthusiasm and courage in trying out and sharing your talent.

First rehearsal will be Monday, May 19 from 4:00 - 6:15 pm in the Black Box Theatre.


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