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St. Norbert College Knight Theatre to Present Tuck Everlasting

From St. Norbert College, January 24, 2020
by Mike Counter, mike.counter@snc.edu, 920-403-3089

Knight Theatre, St. Norbert College’s student-run theatre group will present “Tuck Everlasting,” by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc., a Concord Theatricals company, Jan. 29 through Feb 2. Performances will be held at the Webb Theatre in the Abbot Pennings Hall of Fine Arts on the St. Norbert College campus. Shows will be held at 7:30 p.m.; matinee performances will be held Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m.

Winnie Foster, a young child full of energy and youth, dreams to run outside, free from her life indoors, when she discovers the Tuck family and gets more adventure than she asked for. As Winnie learns about the secret of the Tuck’s inability to age, she also must learn to protect the secret from those who want to expose the secret to living forever. Winnie must make a difficult choice: to live her life to the fullest or to become everlasting.

Tickets for the event can be purchased at the St. Norbert College Box Office by calling 920-403-3950 or online at http://www.snc.edu/tickets. All reserved seats are $15.

St. Norbert College Knight Theatre is an organization that puts on a professional musical within a month. It is a completely student-run organization, with students comprising the crew and pit orchestra, as well as serving as designers, directors and producer.

“Tuck Everlasting” is directed by Micheal Houlihan (Chicago) and assistant Kylie Marsden (Montgomery, Ill.). The show is produced by Jordan Schuman (Menomonee Falls, Wis.). The vocals are led by Nate Oritz (Oconto, Wis.) and the pit band is directed by Jason Holz (Green Bay, Wis.). The technical director is Kathryn Verheyden (De Pere, Wis.). The lead choreographer is Amanda Meo (Green Bay, Wis.) with assistant Alyssa Brugger (Wrightstown, Wis.). The stage manager is Kacie Ley (De Pere, Wis.) and assistant stage manager is Abby Charlier (De Pere, Wis.).

The design team is made up of Alan Deuchert (McHenry, Ill.) on sound design with assistant Garrett Fritz (Roselle, Ill.); Madalynn Kuehl (Ashwaubenon, Wis.) on light design with assistant Maddy Brisbane (Green Bay, Wis.); Micaela Rozmarenoski (Wrightstown, Wis.) on props design, Stephanie Valenta (Denmark, Wis.) on costume design with assistant Stephanie Pribyl (Denmark, Wis.); and Brittney Vosen (Pardeeville, Wis.) on makeup and hair design.

The cast includes Maggie Bodo (Round Lake, Wis.), Spencer Catalano (Kimberly, Wis), Mason Chapman (Oak Creek, Wis), John Dicks (Lake Villa, Ill.), Mallory Fritsch (Green Bay, Wis.), Madelyn Glosny (Suamico, Wis.), Logan Groh (Milwaukee), Carly Hartenberger (Wautoma, Wis.), Marissa Helchen (Menomonee Falls, Wis.), Marki Hietpas (Little Chute, Wis.), Emma Hutter (Fond du Lac, Wis.), Janie Janczakowski (Green Bay, Wis.), Emma Kindness (West Bend, Wis.), Janelle Knick (Kaukauna, Wis.), Trent Larson (Hortonville, Wis.), Andrew Lococo (Mequon, Wis.), Emily Martin (Milwaukee), Madeline Pamperin (Marion, Wis.), Benjamin Petroll (Sobieski, Wis.), Abby Russel (Green Bay, Wis.), Emily Tomcek (Denmark, Wis.), Tanner Witthuhn (Seymour, Wis.) and Katherine Vandenheuvel (Green Bay, Wis.).

For more information on the show or Knight Theatre, contact Jordan Schuman at jordan.schuman@snc.edu.

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