GHV Middle School theater arts performances Saturday

Brody Morris, Emma Goll, Keagan Buchda, Garrett Heller, Ben Stinnett, Logan Smith and Scylar Schulze in the GHV Middle School production of Shrek the Musical.

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VENTURA - Two Garner-Hayfield-Ventura Middle School Beginning Theater classes and the Advanced Musical Theater class will be presenting four public performances in the Little Gym in Ventura on Saturday, May 18.

At 12 noon, the Period 7 Beginning Theater class will present a spoof referring to the iconic story of "To Kill a Mockingbird." with their performance of "How to Kill a Mockingbird."

Students in this class include, Dakota Dodd, Noah Fetterman, Ty Groom, Alexis Hagenow, Wyatt Haubrich, Natily Leerar, Benz Lester and Evan Smith.

At 1 p.m., the Period 8 Beginning Theater class will present a rollicking performance of "The Pitch." A young screenwriter offers up one unlikely idea after another for a new show to a cynical producer.

Students included in this class are: Monty Bunston, Drake Dempsey, Brad Dodd, Brody Frayne, Kale Johnson, Dacotah Kehoe, Trenton Robinson, Dontau Smith.

“Shrek the Musical

Then, the Advanced Musical Theater student will hold two performances of “Shrek the Musical, Jr.”

The first performance for Shrek is at 2 p.m. The second performance is at 4 p.m. Each cast is slightly different, but equally enjoyable!

The cast for the 2 p.m. performance includes: Nolan Balk as the 4:00 Lord Farquaad. Madison Barrett, Keagan Buchda, Sam Dodd as Shrek, Angela Eckman, Andrea Fox, Josie Frohling as the 2:00 Donkey, Emma Goll as Princess Fiona, Ty Groom, Garrett Heller, Eveie Hoover, Carly Joynt, Joslyn Kiss, Morgan Krein, Mackhenna Lang, Madison Linahon, Emily Martinson as the 4:00 Dragon, Dalton Mills as the 4:00 Donkey, Brody Morris, Holly Piper as the 2:00 Dragon, Sam Robbins, Sarah Schmidt, Scylar Schulze, Logan Smith as the 2:00 Lord Farquaad, Alexis Sorrell, Ben Stinnett, Gracelyn Walker and Alexis Wilkinson.

At 3:30 p.m. the new 4-H Theatre Arts Club will be performing their plays.