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Anne of Green Gables showcases young Columbia stars

Classic play will be performed two evening and one matinee at V.P. Henry Auditorium. Cast includes 24 actors from Columbia, one from Burkesville. Click on headline for complete cast and ticket information.

Lacy Dal Pont, Executive Director, Burkesville Academy of Fine Arts, sends the names of actors who will perform in the upcoming play, Anne of Green Gables, to be held on the campus of Lindsey Wilson College in the V.P. Henry auditorium, 210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY, November 10 and 11, 2017, at 7pmCT and November 12 at 2:30pmCT.

The list of characters and local players follows below.

  • The character Anne Shirley will be played by Sarah Peterson of Columbia, KY
  • Marilla Cuthbert will be played by Emma Grider of Columbia,
  • Mattie Cuthbertwill be played by Hosanna Konsavage of Columbia
  • Rachel Lynde will be played by Reilly Wells of Columbia
  • Station Master will be played by Sam Anderson of Burkesville
  • Mrs. Spencer/Mr. Phillips will be played by Michaela Topping of Columbia
  • Mrs. Blewitt will be played by Liberty Topping of Columbia
  • Diana Barry will be played by Bailey Somerville of Columbia
  • Mrs. Barry will be played by Emma Peterson of Columbia
  • Miss Stacey will be played by Jubilee Konsavage of Columbia
  • Ruby Gillis will be played by Praise Konsavage of Columbia
  • Josie Pye will be played by Mercy Peterson of Columbia
  • Moody MacPherson will be played by Ryan Odd of Columbia
  • Charlie Sloane will be played by Gabe Coleman of Columbia
  • Gilbert Blythe will be played by Josiah Konsavage of Columbia
  • Schoolchild to be played by Bethany Peterson of Columbia
  • Schoolchild to be played by Sam Peterson of Columbia
  • Schoolchild to be played by Neely Miller of Columbia
  • Schoolchild to be played by Haven Miller of Columbia
  • Schoolchild to be played by Lydia Odd of Columbia
  • Schoolchild to be played by Serity Odd Columbia
  • Schoolchild to be played by Emery Odd of Columbia
  • Schoolchild to be played by Gilead Konsavage of Columbia
  • Schoolchild to be played by Sophia Topping of Columbia
  • Schoolchild to be played by Ty Coleman of Columbia.
To reserve tickets in advance, email burkesvillearts@gmail.com or call 270-805-9061.


This story was posted on 2017-11-04 23:18:35
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