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Alhambra High School Thespians Announce Cast for April Production of “Chicago” 


AlhambraHigh School Auditorium

101 S. Second Street.
Alhambra , CA 91801 United States
February 10, 2019, — “Chicago” will take the stage this April at Alhambra High School. The new adaptation of the 1975 Broadway high energy hit is tailored by publisher Samuel French and educational theater organization Theater 101 especially for High School performers and audiences. The Alhambra High School Thespian Society has begun rehearsals for the jazzy toe-tapper and is proud to announce its talented and diverse cast.

Performances :

April 18, 19, 25, 26 at 7pm

April 20 at 11:30a + 7pm

Tix moorthespians.com

The cast of Chicago: High School Edition features Mireya “Mimi” Caballero as Roxie Hart and Isabella Gámez as Velma Kelly, Sebastian Delgado as Billy Flynn, Matthew Guevara as Amos Hart, Shirley Magee as Matron Mamma Morton, and Jennifer Uyemura as Mary Sunshine. This show includes an incredible ensemble of hardworking students filling out the 44 member cast: Raquel Acosta, Lila Archuleta, Angelica Barajas, CJ Bryant, Esperanza Cervantes, Victoria Cervantes, Defeng Chen, Julianna Caipang, Nathan Diep, Rafic El Hassanieh, Johnathon Fontenot, Brianna Godinez, Maggie Gutierrez, Julio Illingworth, Kyla Khailiam, Thomas Keenan, Midori King, Stephaney Knapp, Allison Ko, Vivian Ko, Timothy Le, Allie Morales, Jackie Nisall, Alvin Nguyen, Amaya Rios, Rachel Rivera, Rebecca Rodriguez, Russell Rojas, Esaelis Romero, Renee Ruiz-Hermosillo, Thelma Sandi, David Sandoval, Jennifer Su, Deann Suncin, Tyler Torres, Joshua Vaca, Adrian Vicente-Nation, Carissa White.

Students are rehearsing daily with Rachel Snow-Fornari, Theater Arts director, who leads a production team that includes Music Director Sam Chen, Choreographer Tess Johnson, and Technical Consultant Brian Cole. Performances will be at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, April 18 and 19; 11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 20; and 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, April 25 and 26.  Performances will take place in the Alhambra High School Auditorium, 101 S. Second Street. Tickets will be available starting in mid-March from cast and Thespians Club members, at the AHS Student Bank, and at some local businesses.


Performances  at 7 p.m. Thursday & Friday, April 18 & 19; 11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 20;  7 p.m. Thursday & Friday, April 25 & 26.  

For more information, go to www.alhambrathespians.com, or e-mail [email protected].

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