Anne of Green Gables to be presented by Monticello High
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The cast of Anne of Green Gables at Monticello High includes: (back row, left to right) Jared Nerdin, Connor Lewis, Thomas Anderson, Brittain Brewer, Jared Crowley. Middle: Sadie Welch, Annsheri Reay, Hannah Welch, Brynley Bailey, Aspen English, Parker Knudson, Adri Lewis, Orissa Beh.  Front: Tessa Goodwine, Easton Bowring, Ellie Thayn, and Hannah Leiataua.	Staff photo
The cast of Anne of Green Gables at Monticello High includes: (back row, left to right) Jared Nerdin, Connor Lewis, Thomas Anderson, Brittain Brewer, Jared Crowley. Middle: Sadie Welch, Annsheri Reay, Hannah Welch, Brynley Bailey, Aspen English, Parker Knudson, Adri Lewis, Orissa Beh. Front: Tessa Goodwine, Easton Bowring, Ellie Thayn, and Hannah Leiataua. Staff photo
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Anne of Green Gables will be presented by the Monticello High School drama department in a three-day run from November 16 to 18. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m.

A cast of 17 actors, in addition to a large group of crew and volunteers, are working to polish the production before it opens next week.

Ellie Thayn stars as Anne Shirley in the turn-of-the-century production set in Canada’s Prince Edward Island.

Other leads in the cast include Sadie Welch as the author Lucy Maud Montgomery, Aspen English as Marilla Cuthbert, Parker Knudson as Matthew Cuthbert, Brynley Bailey as Rachel Lynde, An Sheri Reay as Dianna Barry, and Easton Bowring as Gilbert Blythe.

Other cast members include Jared Nerdin, Connor Lewis, Thomas Anderson, Brittain Brewer, Jared Crowley, Hannah Welch, Adri Lewis, Orissa Beh, Tessa Goodwine, and Hannah Leiataua.

Brynley Bailey is the student director, with Seamis Barrell on sound and Joe Boyle on the spotlight.

The production is under the direction of Lynda Boyle, with costumes and props by Adriann Goodwine, sets by Lorie Butler, sewing by Sue Anderson, lighting assistance by Curtis Welch and Bill Boyle, and invaluable assistance from Shay and Cheryl Lewis.
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