Save the Date!!! Tuesday, December 6 7:00 pm (students report for 6:30)
Dress for the Christmas musical will be: Boys: Long black slacks, black belt, black shoes, black top (short or long sleeved; polo style or button down) Girls: Long black slacks (black belt if needed) or long black skirt/dress (MUST be BELOW the KNEES), black shoes, black tights/socks, black blouse (short or long sleeved; NO sleeveless)
ALL BLACK THIS YEAR!!!!
CHRISTMAS ON MAIN STREET
MAIN CAST Ashley - Peyton Vetter Brittany - Skylar Vetter Kelsey - Avery Burgoyne Quinn - Talon Lemoine Travis - Charlie Nienaber Victoria - Sunny Howard
SUPPORTING CAST Mayor - Kyland Paxton Lovey - Kaylee Turlich Thurston - San Johnson Janis: - Sarah Burgoyne Jimi - Jordan Lumetta Cathy - Marcelle Holley Stage Manager - Ashley Simon Announcer - Eli Seaton
NARRATORS William Luther Jordan Jace Aucoin Eden Dunbar
NON-SPEAKING ROLES Mary – Sophia Reagin Joseph – Luke Labarre Angels – Savannah Carroll, Micah Thevenot Sheep – Derek Weilbaecher, Sam Leimkuhler, Kaleb Turlich, Asher Blais Shepherds – Callie Havard, Ty Galloway, Drew Johnson Wise Men – Redic Davis, Josh Callais, Beau Verret Star of Bethlehem: Luke Holley
“I Hate to Wait for Christmas” Soloist - Gabrielle Berns Speaker 1 - Malaya Albe Speaker 2 - Lynzie Allen Speaker 3 - Sandi Boone Speaker 4 – Nate Stang
“Glitz and Tinsel”- Soloists - Zoe Hingle, Ryen Pullen, and Ashlynn Berns
“I Believe!” Soloist - Kenzie Johnson
“It’s Very Clear to See” Soloist - Ronin Luther
“Go Light Your World” Soloists - Anabel Peck and Darby Ridley
"Birthday of a King" Soloists - Kendall Speer and Kaylee Turlich “O Come All Ye Faithful” Soloists - Savannah Perkins and Mia Vicidomina
“Miracle of God” Soloist - Burgan Luther
Dancers Aspen Borries Laura Clements Alyssa Day Marlene Eichhorn Carleigh Farish Lexi Franatovich Lia Franatovich Kayleigh Lasley Brooke Lentz Jenna Lumetta Emma Nolting Maya Okoro Grace Posey Madison Sabella Rachel Thirstrup Shelbi Varnado Tia Verrett Beau Verrett Shayne Smith Sydney Vetter Leah Yuratich
Miracle on Main Street
Today more and more communities are struggling with the word “Christmas.” Where mangers once stood and carols were sung, Christ is continuing to be dropped in favor of “holiday” celebrations. This enlightening children’s musical reaches directly to the heart of this matter, and from the voices of children comes the ultimate truth – a Christmas without Jesus is like giving a present with no gift inside.
From best-selling children’s creator Celeste Clydesdale and arranger David T. Clydesdale comes “Miracle on Main Street.” An engaging script and upbeat blend of new songs with traditional carols chronicle the dilemma of a group of children who want to celebrate Christmas in public, but face opposition from the politically correct local townsfolk. Despite the challenges, the children stand up for their beliefs and joyfully proclaim their faith.
If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact me! Mrs. Vicknair and I will make sure that all important information is posted to this page. Thank you in advance for your prayers and support.