Duanesburg Elementary School presents “The Best Little Theater in Town” at 6:30 p.m. on March 16 & 17

a theater box office is shown with the text "The Best Little Theater in Town"Fourth and fifth grade students at Duanesburg Elementary School will present “The Best Little Theater in Town” at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 16 and Thursday, March 17, 2022 on the stage in the cafeteria at the school.

The show is directed by Duanesburg’s elementary music teacher Mary Clare Waltz, with elementary special education teacher Caroline Hampton serving as assistant director. 

Admission is free, but donations will be accepted at the door. All donations will be used to support future drama club productions at the elementary school.

the cast of an elementary school pay pose on stage a woman plays the piano
young students in costume perform scenes from a play two young girls wearing white shirts and black pants sit on the edge of a stage and hold up signs saying "antagonist" and "protagonist."
a play director gives directions to young students on a stage

NARRATOR 1:  Mikayla Rivenburg
NARRATOR 2:  Avery Hoffman
MRS. GOODMAN:  Lucy MacTiernan
CECIL DEVILLE:  Michael Bailey
EMILY BEST:  Mikaela McGovern
BROCK ADAMS:  Brayden Askew
MELODY LANE:  Kayleigh McAllister
CONNIE CHASE:  Annalise Peterson
STEVE TALLY:  Kellan Tracy
NEWS REPORTERS:  Alina Cosh, Sammy Moses, Mykah Granholm, Max Largeteau
BANKERS/ATTORNEYS:  Kelly Rosenzweig, Brooks Conwall, Danika Kosier
DELIVERY MAN:  Alex Lewandowski
COPS:  Dominick Ferraro, Noah MacTiernan
THEATER GANG:  Callie Baker, Lyla French, Cassidy Hastings, Lyla Keller, Lakelyn Laudato, Rylee Sanders, Arianna Santiago, Iyasia Tetreault, Rowan Zyniecki

STAGE MANAGER:  Zackary Largeteau
SPOTLIGHT:  Niko Wood-Irvin
LIGHTING:  Elias Cadiz
CURTAIN:  Alex Lewandowski
STAGEHANDS:  Paul DeLorenzo, Sam Largeteau

a young man uses an audio board during play rehearsal a young man turns knobs on a piece of technical equipment backstage at a play
a young boy pulls a stage curtain shut a young man uses a spotlight during play rehearsal