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Musical Cast List!

Thank you to everyone who auditioned!  We have very talented students!!!  See Director's notes, below!

Madagascar, Jr. Cast List (If you have trouble reading this as displayed, you may download the list below.)

Principals

Alex........... Joseph Naya

Marty........... Alice Apaloo

Gloria........... Aniya Hollie

Melman........... Sophia Jermstad

Mason........... Kaia Carter

Julien........... Abigail Nelson

Maurice........... Meizi Milless

Skipper........... Ava Libson

Kowalski........... Rebekah Moreno

Rico........... Arielle Vo

Private........... Anika Olson

Ferd........... Santiago Cornejo

Hudson........... Giselle Vo

 

Lemur Chorus (NY Speakers/Seagulls/Lemurs)

Candy Hammernose........... Katelyn Wetterhahn

Cameraman........... Amiyr Hollie

Old Lady........... Julianna Mokhanhtha

Zookeeper Zelda........... Jaida Gray

Zookeeper Zena........... Queen Nyema Pure Earth

Zookeeper Zoe........... Savanna Yang

Police Officers........... Marthalyn Ogunti, Malaysia Myles-Gerencael

Subway Announcer........... Rita Kiluwa

Passerby........... Gabby Bauernschmidt

Lynn........... Madalyn Holmes

Lee-o........... Joel Knight

Lew........... Wanjiru Njora

Lars........... Zaria Gladen

Mort........... Gabe Erickson


Zoo Animals/Fish/Foosa/Servers

Shilah Blackhawk, Rosie Gorman, Ivy Henkels, Sophie Henkels, Kormasa Jollah, Anna Knight, Claire Marble, Leah Marion, Audrey May, Kalina Phothisane, Ava Poferl, Macey Royer, Amaya Tribble, Cadence Walters, Angie Westlund, Allie Yang


Zoo Guests/Dream Dancers/Mermaids&Fish/Steak

Ana Beam-Einberger, Iysis Carter, Grace Fisher, Wesley Gladen, Xander Gladen, Ella McDougall, Ania Sysengchanh-Gilbert, Rayden Vang, Trek Vo       &

Ship’s Captain (also in this chorus)........... Tahjarie Winston

Animal Control Officers (also in this chorus)........... Jasmin Corbett, A.J. Lawson, Jada Stanford, Gabby Webb


 

Directors Note

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We are extremely proud of everyone who tried out for a part in Madagascar

You all should be proud of how you did.  It is extremely hard to get up in front of people and act and sing.  Few people have the courage to even try out.  We have so many talented singers, actors and dancers here at Birch Grove it was very hard picking out who got to be in the show.  In fact, we had 100 people who wanted to be in the show.  If you got a part, congratulations.  If you did not, know that we think that you are a fantastic actor, and that we wish we had more room for you in our show.  Please keep on acting and singing, and maybe we will see you on stage very soon.

 

Love,

Mr. Pogatshnik and Mrs. Holsen


A special note to parents...

We are very proud of each and every child who auditioned for the musical this year.  The mathematical reality of choosing 60ish kids out of 100 hopeful hearts is always hard.  Please know how much we love all of our students, and believe in them and their success.  We are glad you chose Birch Grove for your child, where they are getting drama, music, and arts opportunities as an integral part of the curriculum every day.  If your child was cast, please remind them to show Empathy to those who were not.  For those who were not cast this year, please hug them and remind them that we know they are learning and growing, and we can't wait to see their amazing skills next year and into the future. Theater can teach us how to deal with not getting what we want all the time, and to be Assertive in bettering ourselves until we reach our goals as artists and people. This is only the beginning of your child's life as an artist.  We are thrilled to be a part of it every day we teach.

--Kris & Ben  


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Kristin C Holsen,
Dec 2, 2016, 8:17 AM
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