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Dinner Theatre '00

Biographies

Kristen Anthony, a Junior, was in HHS One Act play “Give My Regards to Broadway.” This is her first Dinner Theatre show.

Amanda Brown, a Freshman, has performed in the HHS presentation of “Give My Regards to Broadway” and “Annie Warbucks” at the Springer. At this year’s One Act Competition she received an award for "All-Star Cast".

Brian Cohen, a Junior, is currently involved in HHS Drama Club. He played Eddie in “Give My Regards to Broadway.” On stage Brian is able to express his wild personality.

Caitlin Cook, a Sophomore, is completing her fourth show with HHS Drama. She has also participated in Springer Theater productions.

Candice Crooke, a Freshman, will be making her debut during Dinner Theatre. She has taken dance for several years.

Jennifer Gordon, a Senior, was in “West Side Story.” This is her first year in Dinner Theatre, but she has performed in numerous plays at Brookwood High in Atlanta.

Jenny Green, a Junior, is currently in HHS Drama club and chorus. Her first theatrical performance was “The Wizard of OZ” at Blackmon Road Middle School.

Jennifer Haralson, a Sophomore, is currently in HHS Drama club. She has taken jazz and has sung at performances at Six Flags. She says she loves to be the center of attention.

Chris Harbour, a Junior, made his HHS debut with “Give My Regards to Broadway,” as Mugsy. He is currently a member of the Thespian Society and is an SGA member.

Alisha Herrington, a Junior, served as Stage Manager for “Give My Regards to Broadway” and has participated as a crew member in several other HHS productions.

Kim Hiers, a Sophomore, has been active in dramatics all her life and is currently in the High Achiever Program. She performed in Dinner Theatre and “Godspell” last year.

Sara Hutchinson, a Freshman, has shown interest in drama for years. In the past she has done “Jesus Christ Superstar” and “Give My Regards to Broadway.”

Mark Jamieson, a Junior, is a member of Drama Club and International Thespian Society. He has worked multiple shows at Hardaway, the Springer, and the Human Experience Theater.

Karen Kelly, a Senior, has appeared in Dinner Theatre for the past four years. Beginning her freshman year she appeared in “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.” Her other One Act performances included “Class Action,” “Barefoot in the Park,” and “Give My Regards to Broadway.”

Margaret Kerchief, a Senior, is making her debut as a performer. Off-stage Margaret is known as an intelligent and caring person to her friends.

Hope Lehman, a Senior, is making her debut in this year’s Dinner Theater. Although she lacks a formal theater background, she states she has enjoyed taking part in this once in a lifetime production.

Aaron Lewis, a Freshman, was a show girl in “Give My Regards to Broadway.” She may be known as the quiet girl in class, but on stage she is wonderfully loud and bold.

Charlene Manuel, a Sophomore, performed in last year’s Dinner Theater and this year’s “Give My Regards to Broadway.” She attributes her success to the support of family and friends.

Frank Massa, a Junior, is the Assistant Sound Technician for the show. Although this is his first HHS Drama production, he has been an all district in band and jazz band performer for years. Frank has been nominated for the Governor’s Honor Program for band.

Lisa Mayo, a Sophomore, is the costume mistress for this show. This is her second year being involved in Dinner Theatre. Lisa was a member of crew for Hardaway’s one act, “Give My Regards to Broadway.”

Chelsea McLemore, a Sophomore and Blue’s Clues fan, just recently migrated from crew to the stage. She has participated in several shows including being prop mistress for “Give My Regards to Broadway.”

Kristen Metcalfe, a Sophomore, performed in “Godspell” and “Give My Regards to Broadway.” This is her second Dinner Theatre performance. Her dream is to play Mimi in “Rent” on Broadway.

Jonathan Miles, a Senior, has participated in several HHS productions. He is currently sound technician for this show. Jonathan made his acting debut in “Godspell.” He is the HHS Page One nominee for Drama.

Jessica Miller, a Sophomore, has been dancing for 12 years. She has been an award winning dancer in multiple competitions. Also, she participated in Dinner Theatre ‘99.

April Moore, a Sophomore, is making her stage debut this show. She is very interested in drama and is currently involved with Drama Club.

Carrie Newton, a Sophomore, is making her first theatrical appearance. She participates in dance classes and feels that dancing is her strength.

Leslie Oakes, a Sophomore, has participated in many of the HHS shows. She has been an usher and she now works on crew. She was on crew for “Give My Regards to Broadway.”

Chris Patterson, a Sophomore, migrated from crew to the stage this year. He was Sound Chief for “Godspell,”, and then performed in “Give My Regards to Broadway” as Dick Foster. At competition he received an award for "All-Star Cast".

Clay Peck, a Sophomore, has migrated from crew to the stage. Last year he worked every show, and this year he acted in “Give My Regards to Broadway.”

David Riecke, a Freshman, is currently involved in HHS Drama club. He has been in other plays, but this will be his first show at HHS.

Daniel Rushing, a Sophomore, is currently involved in Drama Club and is an International Thespian. He worked crew for “Give My Regards to Broadway” which went to One Act Competition.

Brett Stanelle, a Junior, is the Crew Chief for this show. He is known to be accident prone and caring! He has participated in several HHS shows including “Barefoot in the Park,” ”Godspell,” and “Give My Regards to Broadway.”

Naomi Stansfield, a Sophomore, is just now gracing the stage in Dinner Theatre. She sees her best feature is dancing. She is currently active in Key Club and Drama Club.

Christy Stewart, a Junior, is currently involved in the Talon, Drama Club, and performed in “Give My Regards to Broadway.” Her intriguing personality puts everyone in a good mood!

Kacie Tyner, a Freshman, has taken five years of dance. She was a chorus girl in “Give My Regards to Broadway” and is currently in Drama Club.

Rudie Valrie, a Junior, is an accomplished singer. She made her debut in HHS presentation of “Give My Regards to Broadway.”

Brooke Wilson, a Junior, was in the production “Cinderella” at the Springer. Also, she performed in the HHS presentation of “West Side Story” and Dinner Theatre ‘99.