MHS spring play: 'Harvey'

Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Eric Crump/Democrat-News

The Marshall High School Drama Department will present Mary Chase's Pulitzer Prize winning comedy, "Harvey," as the spring play this year. The play will show at 7 p.m. March 2, 3 and 4 in the Little Theatre at MHS. Tickets are $5 for adults, $3 for students. Wednesday is student night, with tickets $2 for students. The cast and crew include:
Director: Tammy Johnson
Student director: Jose Mejia-Guerra (senior, who also appears as "Harvey")
Elwood P. Dowd: Ben Corkill (freshman)
Veta Simmons: Lexie McDanel (senior)
Dr. Chumley: Stephen Meyer (junior)
Judge Gaffney: Jacob Phillips (senior)
Myrtle Mae Simmons: Mikaela Henke (sophomore)
Wilson: Aaron Kerksiek (sophomore)
Dr. Sanderson: Sam Skogsberg (freshman)
Nurse Kelly: Amanda Harrelson (freshman)
Mrs. Chavenet: Emily Casillas (freshman)
Mrs. Chumley: Jesse Lundervold (freshman)
Miss Johnson: Allie Sprague (freshman)
Cab Driver: Andrew Markes (freshman). Stage manager: Jordan Lane (senior)
Crew: Lydia Kays (freshman) and Ricky Magan (freshman)
Set built by stagecraft and lighting class.