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Page 17 text:
inn Elf LUlI'.E'.'e
pressive costumes, eloquent
songs, and spirited actors, one
actually lived through the try-
ing moments in Oliver's life. For
the audience and cast alike,
this musical drama was a learn-
ing experience. As Lance
Thompson commented, "Oli-
ver was a learning experience
for everyone, no matter how
large or small his role was."
Theatre Flrts Dept.
Micki Plummer teaches the children a song for "Oliver."
Tracy Shelton and Lorin Thwaits rehearse for "OIiver.'
Oliver Twist ..... ..... L orin Thwaits
Fagan ............ ....
The Artful Dodger
Bill Sikes ........... ..
.... Rod Hocott
..... Bob Weller
Nancy .............,..i.. ....... G all Hocott
Bet ....................... ..
Mr. Bumble fThe Beadlej .. ..
Mrs. Corney ............. ...
.. Lanier Hocott
. . Tip Abernathy
Mr. Brownlow .... ... Mike Johnston
Noah Claypole ..
Dr. Grimwig ..
.... Joel Parker
.. Tracy Shelton
. Micki Plummer
.. Ricky Mitchell
..... Harold Hile
Old Sally ............. ........... L ana Vines
Mrs. Bedwin .................. Karen Thompson
Workhouse Boys 81 Girls .. Jeff Davis, Amy Clark
Hayden Green, Kelby Thwaits, Anne Thwaits, Nikki
McDaniel, Randy Sharum, Charlotte Sharum, Jason
Abernathy, Justin Abernathy, Noah Young, Kevin
Wallace, Allison Wallace, Matthew James, Mark
James, Zen Wagner, Ethan Yarbrough, Becky Orler,
Katie Weber, Peter Weber
Fagin's Pickpockets . . Leah Carter, John Johnson,
Amy Young, Amy Clark, Charlotte Freeman, Kevin
Wallace, Joe Parker, Jeff Davis, Hayden Green,
Ethan Yarbrough, Jeff Jenkins
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- - ased on
back to London
"lIllivEr" LUE15 The Summer Product
in the 1850's
to relive the misadventures of
Oliver is an orphan that seems
to be plagued by misfortune.
Mr. Bumble, who runs the or-
phanage, initiates Oliver's
streak of bad luck by selling the
boy to the Sowerberrys, who
were undertakers. Everyone
wants at least one mourner at
their funeral and it became Oli-
ver's job to be that mourner.
However, the treatment he re-
Director for Oliver, David Young. Be-
low, Lorin Thwaits and Kelby Thwaits.
ceives is less than agreeable so
Oliver packs his 'handkerchief'
Wandering the streets of Lon-
don, he runs across Jack Daw-
kins, alias, The Artful Dodger,
who decides to help Oliver
Twist out. So, The Artful Dodg-
er introduces him to Fagin, the
leader of a band of junior pick-
pockets. Unfortunately, Oliver
is not adept at his new job and
soon gets arrested.
What would normally put an
end to a pickpockets life is real-
ly a hidden beginning for Oliver
in this musical drama. Due to
Fagin's association with the
'respectable' Bill Sikes and
threat of staining Sikes name,
they are forced to seek the re-
lease of Oliver Twist.
After being released, the poor
orphan then goes to live with
Nancy, Sikes' girlfriend, but
soon runs away. A rich family
feels sorry for the orphan and
takes Oliver in. The child gets a
taste of the rich life only to get
kidnapped. However, there is
no need to worry as the play
ends in a musical finale with
him being returned to the rich
Through the combination of ex-
Lorin Thwaits as "Oliver" and below his brother Kelby Thwaits as an orphan boy.
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Fl Flea ln
Camille .,. .... Lance Thompson
Antoinette ... ..,. Lataua Shelton
Etienne .. ... Walt Stouffer Ill
Finache ,.. ..... Ken Pevehouse
Lucienne .,...,. Melinda L. Hermani
Raymonde ......,.. Beth A. Revelle
Victor Emmanuel ,.,...... Jeff Vire
Tournel ...t.... ....., J eff Rogoff
Homenides .... .... M ark Covey!
Eugenie ..., ... Wanda Wilson
Augustin .. ...,. Johnny Green
Olympe ., ,,. Wendy E. Quick
Baptistin . ...., Coy L, Deer
Schwarz .. ... John Dunn
Poche ..,.....,.........., Jeff Vire
Cast and director Dan Rogers were
pleased with the results. This produc-
tion was also performed the first week
of December at the American College
Theatre Festival in competition with
other colleges and universities in Ar-
kansas. The play was performed at
Westark on November 5 and 6, with a
matinee on November 7.
Act l-Beth Revelle and Melinda Her-
Act ll-Ken Pevehouse and Wanda Wil-
Act lll-Nick Keeter, Melinda Hermani,
and Lance Thompson.
Act ll-Jeff Vire, Coy Deer, Jeff Rogoff,
and Beth Revelle.
Act lll-Johnny Green, Beth Revelle, Jeff
Rogoff, and Jeff Vire.
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