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Gracie Hoover (Munchkin) – I just turned eight years old on opening night of Forgiven and I am a second grader at Dresden Elementary School. My life is one of action and drama. I love to climb trees, play piano, and sing. I was in the church production The Light Before Christmas, but this is my first play with the Zanesville Community Theater.
Nathan Scott (Riff Raff) – Nathan is playing RiffRaff (the stinky one) and is a 3rd grade student at Dresden Elementary. He enjoys theater, video games and playing soccer. Nathan has performed in many plays including Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, Aladdin, Mulan and many Angel Tree benefits.
Jerah Gahagan (Punkin) – Jerah is a 10 year old homeschool student who enjoys playing softball and is hoping to learn to play the ukulele. She has 6 siblings and recently became an aunt. She has been in several shows at The Renner and ZCT, most recently “The Ransom of Red Chief”, which was also one of her favorites.
Olivia Frampton (Topsy) – Olivia Frampton is a 4th grader at Nashport Elementary. She loves performing and was previously in Aristocats, Mulan Jr., and has been in The Nutcracker for the last three years. She began dancing at 2 years old and currently dances at Movement on Main. Olivia enjoys playing softball and is a Jr. Girl Scout.
Caleigh Williams (Sal) – Caleigh has been singing and dancing ever since she could walk and talk. Way back when she was a little girl, she would wow friends and family with her ability to sing, whether she was doing a duet with Lady Gaga from the back seat on a road trip or by the way she could sing along with every musical number of The Pirate Movie. She is quickly becoming a seasoned thespian having performed in The Nutcracker for four years running, as a little mouse, snowflake, butterfly, and an angel. Forgiven, is her first speaking performance as Sal, leader of the Dwarves. She has taken ballet, hip hop, and choreography at Movement on Main.
Let no man pull you low enough to hate him.¨ Martin Luther King Jr.Now, I know that forgiveness is often something easier said than done, but its a part of life. People wrong us. And that hurts. But trying to understand others, and being kind to those who need it most, are so very important. Life is hard, and its easy to let the hard times cloud the good things in our lives. This play is my simple way of putting a little more love and joy into the universe.The cast and crew has done a wonderful job of telling this story, and hopefully encouraging others to stop and think before they react. If you know me, you know my fondness for goodness, and light, and sparkle. When times are tough escaping into the world of theater helps me, and my wish for you is that you are able to do this as you watch our show.Thank you Jillian, Michelle, Angel, Carl, Pam, Jared, Amy, Steve, and everyone who played a part in bringing our fairy tale to the stage. Thank you to the families of our performers, and to our amazing audiences for supporting us in our art.
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