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Footloose live in Gladwin

Gladwin Area Friends of the Theatre present Footloose live on stage at 8 p.m. July 11-14 at the Gladwin City Park Amphitheatre.

Mid Michigan Community College’s Theater Director Yvette Keast is the director of the production. Tickets are $10 per person and are available at Gladwin City Hall, Beaverton City Hall, Lyle Flowers, The Medicine Shoppe, Village Flowers & Gifts and Beaverton Pharmacy. For more information call Nicole at 989-426-5571.

Cast members include:
Antcliff, Chelsea • Arnold, Autumn • Ballard, Becca: MMCC student • Ballard, Karre • Boyer, Cody • Cameron, Katelyn • Chartier, Adam: MMCC student • Christianson, Kelsey • Clement, Esther • Crawford, Lance • Crowell, Sherry • Cunningham, Cole • Cunningham, Kathy • Diller, Kyle: Student of Promise member • Dion, Brianna • Falls, Ashley • Foutch, Gayle • Garcia, Marcia: MMCC instructor • Garland, Kyra • Gorton, Pam • Govea, Duen • Gude, Alex • Hudecz, Kristen • Kamber, Shauna • Kistler, Allison • Lee, Ashlyn: Student of Promise member • Levine, Kylie • McLaughlin, Mia • McLaughlin, Zoe • Merrill, Vicki • Morgan, Cullin • Pellerito, Cobi: Son of Chris Pellerito, MMCC staff/administration • Pfannes, Erik: MMCC student/performed at MMCC • Pfannes, Kaitlynne: MMCC student/performed at MMCC • Pfannes, Monika: performed at MMCC • Pfannes, Alekz • Randle, Destiny • Roggow, Branden • Seiser, Michelle • Seiser, Rhianen • Sharp, Ashley • Shukuit, Correna • Smith, Holly • Smith, Mike • Smith, Molly: MMCC student • Sparkman, Sara • Wakeman, Marlena • Warmack, Roger

A note from Director Yvette Keast:
“The cast is about 48 strong. We have been rehearsing since May 14 and are excited to present this universally themed performance about family loss and teen oppression that breaks into freedom through the encouragement of Ren, the newcomer. Footloose is an ’80’s show with great music for all to enjoy. There are some fashion trends that may amuse the audience as well.  I am so impressed with how hard community members work to make a production possible from the cast, costumer, choreographer, choral, orchestra, marketing, and the volunteers that help make shows a success. Please come and enjoy the show to support your community theater.”

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