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July 14-20, 2013

Legally Blonde

Directed by Joey Beavers

Assisted by Tyler Reviglio

Choreography by Deana Brown



Sophie Smigel

as Elle Woods

Kevin Alleman

as Emmett Forrest

Becky Martin

as Serena

Daniel Haun

as Warren Hunnington III

Serena Armstrong

as Margo

Greg Tullis

as Professor Callahan

Maria Rubio

as Pilar

Melanie Maskel

as Paulette Bonefonte

Cheyenne Sunken

as Kate

Tracy Daugherty

as Brooke Wyndam

Samantha Farb

as Vivienne Kensington

Emily Hansen

as Enid Hoops

Angie McKenzie as Elle's Mom

Doug Bartelt

as Elle's Dad

Adrienne Van Horn

as Chutney Wyndam

Theresa Philips

as Store Manager/Judge

 Adrien Zavala

as Nikos/Niall

Kathy Hepner

as Sales Woman/DA

 Joey Beavers

as Carlos/Jet Blue Pilot

 Rob Tyne

as Dewey/Kyle/Winthrop

 Zack Scarbrough

as Chad/Luke/Aaron Schultz

 Jacob Montgomery

as Prison Guard/Lowell

 Victoria Sunken

as Delta Nu

 Amalia Heiser

as Whitney/Delta Nu

 Tyler Reviglio

as Kiki/Pforzeimer

 Jordan Hall

as Gaelin

 Emma Reel

as Reporter/Salon Patron

 Briana Ninis

as Leilani

 Marlee Reel as Salon Patron/Student

 Emily Swain

as Marilyn

 Kelly Lefler

as Receptionist/Student

 Sydney Salsberry

as Britaney

 Ben Lamoley

as Owen

 Leslie Crum

as Buffy

Jacob Harcar

as Sterling

 Nikki Rybarczyk

as Bridget



Elle Woods appears to have it all. Her life is turned upside-down, however, when her boyfriend dumps her so he can start getting serious about his life and attend Harvard Law. Determined to get him back, Elle uses her charm to get into Harvard Law. At school, she struggles with peers, professors, and Warner Huntington. With the help of Paulette and Emmett, though, Elle quickly realizes her potential and sets out to prove herself to the world.