Direction - Dan Hendrock

Musical Direction - Marcia Snavely

Set and Lighting Design - Ben Needham.

Stage Management - Yesenia Real

 

Performance Dates and Times 

There are two casts.
Cast One is named "Mortgage"
Cast Two is named "Month to Month
"

Cast One: "Mortgage"

May 3rd, May 5th at 7:30 PM,

and May 8th at 2:30 PM 

Roger ........................................................................ Daniel Blum

Mark .................................................................... Liam Oettinger

Collins..........................................................................Eric Feucht

Benny.............................................................................Will Creel

Angel................................................................... Kellen Williams

Mimi......................................................................... Bella Benitez

Maureen.......................................................................Grace Hoy

Joanne ....................................................... Mae Snyder-Lovera

Squeegeeman/Homeless Woman ....Domonique Hankton

Paul/cop/thug/Mrs. Cohen ...............................Eryka Stafford

Vendor/Blanket Person/thug/Ali......................... Joi Scruggs

Steve/Homeless Person............................... Cameron Custer

Gordon/Man/Grey/ Jefferson.......................Brandon Bryson

Mrs. Marquez/cop/Pam........................................Noella Senra

Alexi Darling/Sue/Homeless Person ..................Rose Zabik

Mrs. Davis..........................................................Molly Markowitz

Waiter/Allison/A girl.......................................Zeiah Lawniczak

Pastor/cop..............................................Saniyah Manningham

Mrs. Jefferson/Homeless Person ...................Shelby Segall

CAST 1 - "Mortgage"

Will Creel, Mae Snyder Lovera, Grace Hoy, Liam Oettenger,
Eric Feucht, Kellen Williams, Bella Benitez, Daniel Blum 

Cast Two:  "Month-to-Month"

May 4th, 6th at 7:30 PM,

and May 8th at 7:30 PM

La Vie Boheme!  

 

The Academy for the Performing Arts is proud to present: Jonathan Larson's Pulitzer Prize Winning Musical:  RENT, School Edition.

 

A re-imagining of Puccini's La Boheme, RENT follows an unforgettable year in the lives of seven artists struggling to follow their dreams without selling out. With its inspiring message of joy and hope in the face of fear, this timeless celebration of friendship and creativity reminds us to measure our lives with the only thing that truly matters: love.

 

Roger ..............................................................Patrick McAllister

Mark ............................................................................Alex Olsen

Collins....................................................................Vincent Vitale

Benny.................................................................Sincere Prithett 

Angel......................................................................... Owen Weir

Mimi.....................................................................Joniya Wiggins

Maureen................................................................Fiona Markey

Joanne ................................................................... Autumn See

Squeegeeman/Homeless Woman ............Carissa Winfrey 

Paul/cop/thug/Mrs. Cohen ..................................Jilian Harris

Vendor/Blanket Person/thug/Ali............... Jacqueline Jack 

Steve/Homeless Person................................... Lily Compton

Gordon/Man/Grey/Jefferson.......................Brandon Bryson

Mrs. Marquez/cop/Pam........................................Angelie Ball

Alexi Darling/Sue/Homeless Person .................Paige Weir

Mrs. Davis.........................................................Miriam Laughlin

Waiter/Allison/A girl.......................................Zeiah Lawniczak

Pastor/cop/Mrs. Jefferson.....................................Alecia King 

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Vincent Vitale, Owen Weir, Joniya Wiggins, Fiona Markey, Autumn See, Alex Olsen, Patrick McAllister, Sincere Pritchett.

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In 1996, an original rock musical by a little-known composer opened on Broadway and forever changed the landscape of American theatre. Two decades later, Jonathan Larson's RENT continues to speak loudly and defiantly to audiences across generations and all over the world

Will Creel, Mae Snyder-Lovera, Grace Hoy, Liam Ottenger, Eric Feucht, Kellen Williams, Bella Benefiz, Daniel Blum