Finding nemo, Jr. Cast List
Hey there y’all,
We are so excited to get started on Finding Nemo, Jr. tomorrow at 6pm. We will have scripts, cds and schedules ready and read through the entire script at tomorrow’s rehearsal. It’s important to get a sense of what we are working on together. We will also have parent volunteer sign up sheets.
This cast list is SEVEN pages long, there are so many groups in the show, that many people are playing multiple parts, so please look over the cast list carefully. As always, putting together this cast list is a puzzle we take very seriously, and sometimes the puzzle pieces don’t always land where we expect. We tried really hard to put people in roles that were different than what they’ve done before, challenging, and FUN! But we are also limited by what roles there are, which sometimes means we can’t showcase all of your talents as fully as we wish! We hope you jump into play to learn and grow and have fun with us, knowing that the next play might be the one with the perfect part for you.
After you have looked at the cast list, please fill out the form below to accept your role(s):
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Way Back When BioS
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Brianna Smith is thrilledto be onstage again in A Southern Christmas Carol after having returned to Cotton Hall for Swamp Gravy: A Stone’s Throw. She had previously been seen onstage in Christmastime at the Circus Marvello, Swamp Gravy: Visiting Hours, and countless others. She is the Music and Art teacher at Southwest Georgia Academy as well as the sponsor for One-Act Play and Literary.
Elsa Harrison is excited to return to Cotton Hall as Celia Ray in A Southern Christmas Carol. Her earlier Cotton Hall experiences include Swamp Gravy: Home and Listen Here and also as a nun in the Sound of Music. When not in the theater, she can be found managing Aspire Behavioral Health Services and caring for her family. Her husband, Reid, and daughter, Meredith, join her onstage and in wishing you a Merry Christmas!
Harlieanne Williams is the 14 year old daughter of Bert and Crystal Williams of Colquitt, GA. Her hobbies include dancing, singing, and performing at Cotton Hall as much as she can. Joining the cast at age 7, she has been in 6 seasons of Swamp Gravy, 7 Youth Theater shows, 4 editions of May-Haw, and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. You would have most recently seen Harlieanne on stage at Cotton Hall playing Flounder in The Little Mermaid, JR. Her favorite role so far has been playing Gladys Herdman in The Best Chrismas Pageant Ever.
Daniel Edison is a Senior at Early County High School. He has worked on the crew of several Cotton Hall Productions–among them Steel Magnolias, Almost, Maine, and Behind Closed Doors. He likes watching YouTube, playing video games, and spending time with my family.