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Jekyll & Hyde

Performances were July 8,9,10   July 14,15,16,17   July 21,22,23,24  2016 


Conceived for the stage by Steve Cuden & Frank Wildhorn

Book and Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse

Music By Frank Wildhorn

Orchestrations by Kim Scharnberg

Arrangements by Jason Howland

The epic struggle between good and evil comes to life on stage in the musical phenomenon,  Jekyll & Hyde.  Based on the classic story by Robert Louis Stevenson and featuring a thrilling score from the multi-Grammy and Tony nominated Frank Wildhorn, Jekyll & Hyde has mesmerized audiences the world over.  Dr. Jekyll is on the brink of discovering the key to man’s inner reality. One evening he experiments on himself and finds his formula works.  Unfortunately, his ‘real’ self turns out to be the monster Edward Hyde.  Featuring hit songs such as “This Is The Moment”, “Someone Like You” and “Once Upon a Dream”.   Kathleen Horrigan directs this gothic musical.

Photo by Gary Nelson


Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde Caleb Morgan
Lucy Harris Paige Brown
Emma Carew Megan Timmons
Simon Stride Andrew Duvall
John Utterson Kyle Cherry
Sir Danvers Carew Trenton Baker
Lady Beaconsfield Ivy Bott
Lord Glossop James Whelan
Lord Savage Andy Raab
The Bishop of Basingstoke Grant Howerton
Sir Archibald Proops Tyree Goodner
Poole Ed Mobley
Nellie Rebecca DeTar
Nurse Maria Mark
Kelly Morgan Ray
Orderly William Cisneros
Bisset Zachary Ramsey
Detective John Svenden
Newsboy Noah Nordman
Barmaids/Dancers Kaitlyn Kendall, Amy Matters, Braxton Hiser, Meghan Sandy, Jordan Frederick, Katie Camp, Blair St. Clair
Ensemble Tayler Seymour, Zoe Turner, Sophie Pierce, Sarah Black, Genevieve Feiler, Hannah Janowicz, Morgan Johnson, Marcus Goodner, Ryan Malone Jr., Kaitlyn Kendall, Amy Matters, Braxton Hiser, Meghan Sandy, Jordan Frederick, Katie Camp, Maria Mark, Morgan Ray, William Cisneros, Zachary Ramsey, John Svendsen, Noah Nordman, Joel Beebe, Drew Bryson


Producer Amy Douglas
Assistant Producer Tara Roberds
Director Kathleen Clarke Horrigan
Vocal Director Jena Adrianson
Assistant Vocal Director Chad Strasser
Choreographer Trish Roberds
Stage Manager Sean Cassada
Assistant to the Director Megan Barton
Set Designer Will Tople
Tech Director – Master Carpenter Stephen Matters
Costumer Curt Pickard
Assistant Costumer Penny Hall
Lighting Designer Andy Stephens
Orchestra Conductor Schuyler Brinson


Jesus Christ Superstar 

Show dates were August 19-28, 2016 


Music & Lyrics by: Tim Rice & Andrew Lloyd Webber

The greatest story ever told. The most famous rock opera of all time.  With lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jesus Christ Superstar is loosely based on the Gospel’s account of the last week in the life of Jesus of Nazareth, beginning with his arrival into Jerusalem and the ending with the Crucifixion.  Here, the myth is stripped from the man to reveal an all-too-human soul, troubled and doubting those closest to him, the whims of those who judge him, the heartache of a woman who loves him and the motives of the man who ultimately betrays him.  With songs such as “Everything’s Alright” to “I Don’t Know How To Love Him” this profound musical is directed by Ed Trout.


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Jesus  Christ Chris Jones
Judas Iscariot Thomas Whitcomb
Mary Magdalene: Haley Burgh
Caiaphas Noah Fields
Annas Sophia Hughes
Pontius Pilate Cameron Brown
King Herod Travis Johnson
Simon Zealotes Jim Melton
Peter Davon Graham
Priests Aden Coleman, Cory Leaver, Katie Chandler
Soul Girls Melissa Anness, Grace Gliva, Erin Elberfeld
Apostles Olivia Ash, Nathan Brown, Jacob Hampton, Jackson Lindner, Abby Moyers, Abraham Rittenhouse, Sam Smith, Kameron Stevens, Emily Worrell Guards – Conner Fawlds, Richard Harris, Christian Howe, Dean Pederson
Ensemble Madelyn Alton, Cassie Buescher, Emily Keith, Maddie Kennedy, Hannah Kenney, Jayne Mendenhall, Madison Relve, Emily Sharton, Megan Sharton


The Addams Family

September 23-October 9, 2016

About The Show

Book by: Marshall Brickman & Rick Elice

Music & Lyrics by: Andrew Lippa

Based on characters created by: Charles Addams

You are cordially invited to a devilishly delightful musical comedy party at The Addams Family. This magnificently macabre tale features an original story about a father’s worst nightmare. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. To make things worse, Wednesday makes her father promise to keep this secret from her mother.  Everything changes on that fateful night they host a dinner party for Wednesday’s “normal” boyfriend and his parents. Come meet the family and we’ll leave the lights off for you.  This ghoulish Footlite premiere is directed by Ed Trout.



Gomez Addams      Michael Davis

Morticia Addams      Kathleen Horrigan

Wednesday Addams      Ivy Bott

Uncle Fester      Bryan D. Padgett

Grandma Addams      Marie Beason

Pugsley Addams      Xavier Wilson

Lurch      Trenton Baker

Lucas Beineke      Joseph Massingale

Alice Beineke      Carrie Neal

Mal Beineke      Darrin Gowan


Dustin Bowers, Paige Brown, Drew Bryson,

Kyle Cherry, Bianca Cureton, Jessica Hawkins,

Amy Matters, Caleb Morgan, Tara Roberds,

Emily Schaab, Tony Schaab, Jonathan Studdard





Monty Python’s Spamalot

November 25 – December 11, 2016

Book & Lyrics by: Eric Idle

Music by: John Du Prez & Eric Idle

Monty Python’s Spamalot is not your average story of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. It is full of everything you would expect from Monty Python including singing, dancing, bad jokes that are maybe a little off color and a bevy of beautiful showgirls.  Spamalot mashes up Camelot with Vegas, madrigals with power ballads, and killer rabbits with a ‘softer’ Sir Lancelot.  This show shamelessly skewers musicals in general with choice jabs to Fiddler on the Roof, Funny Girl, Phantom of the Opera and Guys and Dolls. Winner of three Tony Awards including Best Musical, Spamalot is a perfect night out without the kids.  Directed by Rich Baker.


King Arthur Drew Duvall
Lady of the Lake Rebecca McConnell
Patsy Vince Accetturo
Dennis/Galahad Tony Schaab
Lancelot Christian Condra
Robin Christopher Jones
Bedevere Clint Buechler
Herbert Cody Wence
Historian Jerry Beasley
Not Dead Fred Sam Surette
Concorde/Tim Curtis Peters
Father/Blk Knight Mark Cashwell
French Taunter Conrad Cotterman
Mother Jonathan Young
Brother Chad Jones
Guard Jerry Davis
Laker Girls
Amy Baumann, Ashley Bennett, Madeline Hittel, Carolyn Lynch, Abigail Okerson & Ilissa Rassner

The production is directed by Rich Baker, produced by Elizabeth Ruddell, vocal directed by John Phillips, choreographed by Linda Rees, stage managed by Leigh Alexovich, assisted directed and lighting designed by Corbyn Capeshaw with sets by Fred Margison and Andy Burnett.  Carol Kirk is props mistress, Jeff Farley costumer and Susan Yeaw designing sound.



Little Shop of Horrors

January 13 – January 29, 2016


Book & Lyrics by: Howard Ashman

Music by: Alan Menken

Welcome to Skid Row and Mushnik’s Flower shop where a meek shop clerk named Seymour Krelborn is tired of life in the gutter and dreams of fame, fortune and love. His heart is set on a secret crush with a co-worker, Audrey, who is busy chasing her self-work through the wrong men, especially a sadistic dentist. In his quest for something better, Seymour finds and cares for a strange plant that he names Audrey II. The mysterious plant has devious dreams of its own, and promises Seymour whatever his heart wants if he only ‘feeds the plant’. This hilarious, campy, dark comedy with a science fiction twist is directed by Maria Matters.


 Seymour  Phil Criswell
 Audrey  Emily Schaab
 Mr. Mushnik  Michael Davis
 Orin  John Kern
 Audrey II  Tristan Ross
 Urchins Rayanna Bibbs, Rachel Bibbs, Iloni Cospy, Adrienne Dixon, Bianca Cureton


Anything Goes

March 9 – March 19, 2016


Music by: Cole Porter

Original Book by: P.G. Wodehouse, Guy Bolton, Howard Lindsay & Russel Crouse

All aboard the S.S. American, where nightclub singer/evangelist Reno Sweeney is en route from New York to England in Cole Porter’s classic screwball comedy Anything Goes.  This delightful, delicious and absolutely de-lovely romp features tap dancing sailors, jazz baby angels, crooning stowaways, public enemy #13, wealthy Englishmen and a lovely debutante. Romance is in the air on this luxury liner but it is far from smooth sailing. It is nonstop laughter and hi-jinks on the high seas with a show packed with spectacular dance numbers and many unforgettable Cole Porter songs such as “You’re The Top”, “Friendship” and “I Get A Kick Out Of You”.  Kathleen Clarke Horrigan steers this production into port.


Anything Goes Kids Tap Workshops 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM, March 18, 2017

Anything Goes Beginner/Intermediate Tap Workshop, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM, March 18, 2017

Anything Goes Advanced Tap Workshop, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM, March 18, 2017


  • Taught by choreographer Trish Roberds.
  • Participants will learn show choreography.
  • Participants will have the opportunity to perform prior to Anything Goes on Sunday, March 19, 2017.
  • Workshops take place on the Footlite Musicals stage.


  • Participation fee is $20.
  • Fee includes bottled water and a swag bag.
  • Space is limited.
  • All proceeds benefit Anything Goes and Footlite Musicals.

Registration is closed.

For more information, contact footlite@footlite.orgor call (317) 926-6630.


Cast List

Reno Sweeney: Susie Harloff
Billy Crocker: Trenton Baker
Hope Harcourt: Sydney Norwalk
Moonface Martin: Tom Bartley
Sir Evelyn Oakleigh: Ryan Straut
Bonnie: Emily Schaab
Mrs. Harcourt: Serita Borgeas
Mr. Elisha J. Whitney: Craig Kemp
Bishop Henry Dobson: Curt Pickard
Purity: Kristen Tschiniak
Chastity: Becca DeTar
Charity: Tara Roberds
Virtue: Nicole Bridgens
Ching: Josh Cox
Ling: Nezhla Sanderson
Purser: Noah Taylor
Captain: Steve Demuth
Steward: Sean Cassada
Reporter: Conrad Cotterman
Cameraman: Dennis Jones
Sailors: Kyle Cherry, Noah Fields
Tap Dancers: Renee Cavanaugh, Sarah Marone, Dani Flaska, Kyle Cherry, Leigh Alexovich, Noah Fields, Laura Baker, Becca DeTar, Tara Roberds, Nicole Bridgens, Kristen Tschiniak
Passengers: Renee Cavanaugh, Sarah Marone, Madelyn Altom, Dani Flaska, Leigh Alexovich, Joseph Kennedy, Ashley Bennett, Sam Surette, Madeline Hittel, Conrad Cotterman



May 11 – May 21, 2016


Book & Lyrics by: Tom Eyen

Music by: Henry Krieger

Orchestrations by: Harold Wheeler

Onstage: Glamour, glitz, sweet synchronicity and sophistication mixed with great dance tunes. Offstage:clawing ambition, betrayal, rejection, broken hearts. Dreamgirls tells of the triumphs and tribulations that come with fame and fortune. A young, female singing trio from Chicago gets their big break at an amateur competition and thus begins the heartbreaks of showbiz, love and music when they all collide in this 1981 six-time Tony Award winning musical loosely based on the Supremes. This dynamic production includes such hits as “One Night Only”, “I’m Changing” and “And I’m Telling You I’m Not Going”. This moving look at the behind the scenes of the entertainment industry is directed by Damon Clevenger and a Footlite premiere.

Original Broadway Production Directed & Choreographed by: Michael Bennett

Produced on Broadway by: Michael Bennett, Robert Avian, Geffen Records and The Shubert Organization


Deena Jones: Kathryn Council

Effie Melody White: Rayanna Bibbs

Lorrell Robinson: Tiffany Gilliam

Curtis Taylor Jr.: Ollice Nickson

C.C. White: Tyler Futrell

James “Thunder” Early: Brenton Anderson

Michelle Morris: Vanessa Webb

Marty: Jalil Stephens

*Stepp Sisters/Les Styles: Christina Craig, Iloni Cospy, Adrian Small, Morgan Webster

*Tru-Tones/5 Tuxedos: Ervin Gainer, Marcus Goodner, Tyree Goodner, Michael Humphrey, Lee Wilson

*Tiny Joe Dixon/Wayne: Jonathan Studdard

*MC/Frank: Dionte Jackson

*Joann: Jawanna “Joi” Blalock

*Charlene: Gigi Aldridge

*Dave/Stage Manager: Evan Wallace

*Sweethearts: Karsia Slaughter, Jada Muhammad, Latasha Webster, Katrina Kenny, Tenéh Karimu

*Jerry: Mark Goodner

*Dwight/Mr. Morgan: Rich Baker

*Security Guard: Jerry Davis

*Ensemble will double as Entourage, Reporters, Dancers, Photographers, Etc.