Alice in Wonderland
Alice in Wonderland
A pre-recorded show of the MSP Youth Advisory Council doing a performance reading of this Lewis Carroll classic.
Script by Alice Gerstenberg
Available January 24 to January 31
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Cast of Alice in Wonderland
Alice - Rachel Bush
Lewis Carrol, Mad Hatter, Mock Turtle - Graham Puterbaugh
King of Hearts, Caterpillar, Twiddledee - Jadin Payton
White Rabbit, Frog Footman, Five of Spades - Maya Davis
Red Queen, Cheshire Cat, March Hare, Two of Spades - Kenzie Odle
White Queen, Duchess, Gryphon - Addie McMillan
Queen of Hearts, Twiddledum, Seven of Spades - Rosie Allenson
Humpty Dumpty, Knave of Hearts, Dormouse - Tatyanna Hobbs
Crew of Alice in Wonderland
Producer - Tom Smith
Director - Jadin Payton & Rosie Allenson
Set Decoration - Jadin Payton & Rosie Allenson
Costumes - Cast
Hair & Make-Up - Cast
Properties Design - Cast
Lighting Design - Jadin Payton
Light Board Operator - Brandi Davis
Posters/Graphics - Audrey Caron & Bill Miller
Webmaster/Online Program - Brandi Davis
Social Media - Ka'Lena Cuevas
Rosie Allenson (Queen of Hearts, Twiddledum, Seven of Spades)
Rosie Allenson, the Westfield Playhouse's Youth Advisory Council Co-Chairman, is thrilled to have the opportunity to bring theatre back to the stage in a safe, responsible way! First and foremost, she would like to extend her thanks to Main Street Productions for allowing the Youth Advisory Council to put on this timeless family-favorite and hopes that audiences enjoy it from the comforts of their own homes. Rosie has been very privileged to have taken part in several shows around the community, but some of her favorites include Picnic (Millie), Nunsense II: The Second Coming (Sr. Mary Leo), Spelling Bee (Olive), and, most recently, Pygmalion (Eliza Doolittle). She is excited to continue her theatrical journey at New York City's American Academy of Dramatic Arts this fall! Love to Mom, Dad, and the BAA family. Romans 15:7.
Rachel Bush (Alice)
Rachel is so excited to be performing in her eleventh theatre production and third show at Westfield Playhouse! Previously, she has played roles including Jessi/Marla in The Monologue Show, Fern in Charlotte's Web, Margaret Dashwood in Sense and Sensibility, and Helen Weathers in A Christmas Story. Rachel is 15, homeschooled, and a sophomore. She would like to thank her family for their constant support and all her fellow Youth Advisory Council members for making each meeting and rehearsal amazing!
Maya Davis (White Rabbit, Frog Footman, Five of Spades)
Maya, age 15, has been involved in many productions with Westfield Playhouse including The Monologue Show, Charlotte's Web, and Anne of Green Gables. In her Free time, Maya loves to sing, draw, and go boating! Maya would like to thank the Board of Directors, and the Youth Advisory Council for putting this read-through together!
Tatyana Hobbs (Humpty Dumpty, Dormouse, Knave of Hearts)
Tatyana is happy to be back at Westfield Playhouse with the new Youth Advisory, “What fun!” Previous performances include The Monologue Show, Annie, The Adventure of the Speckled Band, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Music Man, The Wizard of Oz, and Peter Pan. Even as a homeschooler, many activities have been canceled due to the pandemic, but Tatyana has remained active with virtual clubs, games, and competitions. Special thanks to everyone at the Playhouse for their creativity and safety during Covid-19. Enjoy the show, and “Make a joyful noise…For the Lord is good.”
Addie McMillan (White Queen, Gryphon and Duchess)
Addie McMillan, 14, Noblesville, is a freshman at Noblesville High School. She portrayed Erin Walton in The Homecoming, A Christmas Story in 2017 at Westfield Playhouse and earned the Playhouse’s student scholarship in 2018. This will be Addie’s 13th theater production, including the portrayal of Annie in the Noblesville East Middle School Annie Jr. musical in 2019 and of Jane Banks in the NEMS Mary Poppins Jr. musical in 2018. While at NEMS, she performed in the Vocal Revolution Show Choir. She is also a Conner Prairie youth volunteer and spinner. Addie has played various roles at The Belfry Theatre in Noblesville, including Young Mary in It’s a Wonderful Life in 2018 and Ursula in Disney’s Little Mermaid Belfry Apprentice Players summer youth production in 2017. She also played Molly in the Christian Youth Theater Indy production of Annie Jr. in 2014. She was a winner of Encore Association’s Jean Cones Memorial Scholarship, Junior Division, in 2019. Addie thanks Rosie Allenson for the invitation to be a member of the Westfield Playhouse Youth Advisory Council and is thrilled to be acting in Westfield Playhouse's Alice in Wonderland.
Kenzie Odle (Red Queen, Cheshire Cat, March Hare, Two of Spades)
Kenzie is so excited to be a part of Westfield’s dramatic reading of Alice in Wonderland! She is 18 years old and is a freshman at IU Bloomington. Some of her favorite productions have included The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood at Mud Creek Theater and Our Town at The Belfry Theater. Amongst the crazy and the chaotic, Kenzie is happy to be a part of something she holds dear to her heart and hopes you enjoy the show! Thank you!
Jadin Payton (King of Hearts, Caterpillar, Twiddledee)
Jadin is happy to be co-directing and performing in this version of Alice in Wonderland at Westfield Playhouse. He has previously appeared in The Homecoming, A Walton’s Christmas Story as John-Boy Walton, as Daimler in Dark Road, Jonathan Harker in Escape from Dracula’s Castle, and Tootles in Peter Pan. When not on stage, he enjoys running the light board for shows. He would like to send his love to his family.
Graham Puterbaugh (Lewis Carrol, Mad Hatter, Mock Turtle)
Graham returns for his third show at the Westfield Playhouse, after previously acting in Charlotte's Web and The Monologue Show. At Westfield High School, Graham has participated in Fools and Shrek the Musical, and is currently involved in the production of student written scenes, including Graham's scene titled "Space Doubt." Offstage, Graham enjoys video games, board games, boxing, writing, and engineering. Graham is excited to be a part of Alice in Wonderland!
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