CORNELIUS – W.A. Hough High School presented its first-ever school musical this past weekend, March 8-11 – “Annie the Musical,” directed by Catherine McDougall and starring Audrey Landau in the title role.
Nearly 30 students filled roles in the show, which was accompanied by a pit orchestra led by band director Robert Carrington. Heidi Hickox was the show’s choral director and Heather Runyon was choreographer.
Other cast members included Reagan Barrington (Molly), Sara Galante (Pepper), Kelsey Carothers (Duffy), Rebbca Firth (July), Noelle Wilson (Tessie), Taranique Herbert (Kate), Claire Dudley (Frankie), Lauren Galida (Stella), Hayley Wolfe (Mary), Kelli King (Jean), Katie King (Alice), Bianca Aufiero (Miss Hannigan), David Dickerson (Rooster Hannigan), Ashley Martel (Lily St. Regis), Sophia Hartley (Dog Catcher), Andrea Hartley (Ward, Cop), Quinn Cavallo (Radio voice, Bundles), Logan Mariner (Grace Farrell), Graham Goodrich (Daddy Oliver Warbucks), Jordan Holmes (Drake), Miranda Sanchez (Mrs. Greer, Star to Be, Ronnie Boylan), Annie Barker (Mrs. Pugh, Connie Boylan), Emily Buckner (Cecile, usherette), Nelson Malushizky (Sandy), Mary Iris Gray (Star to Be, Bonnie Boylan), Will Watts (Bert Healy), Michael Gil (Roosevelt) and Krista Larson (Annette).
Read more about the show by downloading a partial program (PDF)
Thanks to Hough High student photographer Christina Mourao for the photos. See more in an album on her Facebook page.