Phoenixville Brings 'Legally Blonde' to the Stage
The spring musical opens on March 21.
Move a bubbly sorority girl motivated by fun, fashion, and fraternities from her comfort zone in the California sunshine to the stodgy ivy-covered halls of Harvard Law School and enter the world of Elle Woods, a fashionista turned law student. Fueled by “blonde ambition,” she enters the hallowed halls in pursuit of a law degree and the beau who jilted her, only to be met with resistance and hostility, before finding her way, making new friends, and eventually graduating at the top of her class.
Legally Blonde – The Musical, the 2007 Tony-nominated Broadway production, is now being brought to the stage by the Phoenixville Area High School Theatre Guild, in their spring musical.
More than 50 students are involved in the production, which features in leading roles, seniors Carrie Hytha as Elle Woods, Ryan Starczewski as Emmett, Andy Ball as Warner, Emerald Sheay as Vivian, and Alex Speers as Brooke, along with other seniors: Julie Fain, Abby Gould, Xavier Knight, Ben Turner, Danielle Vallino, Casey Wilkinson, and Mary Wisely.
Junior cast members include Jack Beran, Erin Boring, Joseph Casiano (featured as Professor Callahan), Jamie Connors, Grace Dougherty, Amber Mangabat, Kayla Scarpill, and Rachael Wisely.
Sophomore cast members include: Robin Burgess, Jaimee Chiponis, Madison DiAddezio (featured as Paulette), Lily Gustine, Alyssa Howson, Safiyyah Jones-Green, Rachel Kelly, Amber Khan, Chris Mazur, Jeremiah Perez, Rebecca Rush, Jade Sheay, Lindsey Smith (featured as Enid), and Gillian Stinson.
Freshman cast members include: Jenn Ball, Josh Bush, David D’Ardenne, Madison Denson, Jake Gould, Argenysse Marcelino, Karlie Marino, Hope Mattox, Jordan Mudd, and Mark Wisely.
The show opens Thursday, March 21, at 7 p.m. in the District Auditorium at Phoenixville Area Middle School, with additional performances scheduled for 7 p.m. March 22 and 23.
Advance tickets for $7 and $10 may be purchased online at www.seatyourself.biz, or at the door on the nights of the performances.
The release was submitted by Christine Tavani of Phoenixville Area High School.