Missoula Children’s Theatre puts on Cinderella production at St. Charles Borromeo

By Staff Report

April 16, 2008 at 11:05 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

IF THE SHOE FITS. Madeleine Daste and Joseph Solito play the parts of Cinderella and the Prince in the Missoula Children’s Theatre production of Cinderella.
IF THE SHOE FITS. Madeleine Daste and Joseph Solito play the parts of Cinderella and the Prince in the Missoula Children’s Theatre production of Cinderella.
St. Charles Borromeo School in Destrehan worked with Missoula Children’s Theatre to present Cinderella at the school in March.

More than 50 students performed in the original musical adaptation of the classic tale with Madeleine Daste as Cinderella, Joseph Solito as Rags and the prince, and Courtney Poulos as the step-mother along with Gabrielle Gallardo and Kaelyn Johnson as her stepsisters.

Other cast members were: Jeffrey Baudoin, Katie Brady, Catherine Bordelon, Samantha Degeyter, Megan Garretson, Jordan Huskins, Victoria Jones and Paige Picard as the beggars.

Michael Bordelon, Sarah Braud, Madison Cochran, Reid Detillier, Gillian Gallardo, Natalie Heath, Rebecca Laurent, Olivia Messina, Morgan Nobile, Skylar Rains, Kellie Verret and Haley Caluda as the Lords and Ladies.

Ashley Ballas, Jamie Bergeron, Emily Broders, Molly Caluda, Taylor DeGruy, Rachel Fitzsimmons, Sydney Poulos and Sarah Solito as the mice.

Margaret Bordelon, Haley Bourdonnay, Christopher Charles, Gavin Detillier, Grace Galey, Noelle Kelley, Kassidy Meredith, Sydney Twiner and Emma Vitrano as the pumpkins.

Patrick Dupuy as the king, Rayna Sardegna as Raggedy Annie, Sarai Smith as Cleo, Andrew Degeyter as Fido, Jordan Hotard and Christian Galey as the town criers.

Joshua Hotard, Logan Kracjer, Caitlin Pepperman and Megan Ruiz were the assistant directors. Sara Jacob was the accompanist.

The Missoula Children’s Theatre residency was presented by St. Charles Borromeo School with the supported in part by a grant from the Montana Arts Council, an agency of the State Government, and the National Endowment for the Arts, as well by a grant from the Houma Regional Arts Council.




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