• Valley High School: 'Pippin'


    Valley High School is performing "Pippin" this year.


    April 18, 19, 20 at 8 p.m.

    April 21 at 2 p.m.


    Adults - $10

    Student/Senior - $8

    Children 5 & under - $5




    Cast List:

    Ackles, Lilly   Dance Corps

    Anderson, Melissa     Dance Corps

    Barrone, Rose            Female Ensemble

    Black, Brandon         Male Ensemble

    Bordonaro, Isabella  Fastrada

    Campbell, Melissa     Dance Corps

    Corwin, Ryane          Dance Corps

    Coutch, Eli     Male Ensemble

    Crawford, Kirsten    Female Ensemble

    Delk, Abigail  Female Ensemble

    Dubac, Dalton           Charles

    Farneth, Brandon     Male Ensemble

    Farr, Samantha         Female Ensemble

    Grau, Austin  Male Ensemble

    Hines, Adam  Male Ensemble

    Kennedy, Sanae         Female Ensemble

    Matyas, Holly Dance Corps

    Mauroni, Angela       Female Ensemble

    Mauroni, Kaleigh      Dance Corps

    Murray-Sinicki, Nathan       Male Ensemble

    Ortego, Lauren          Berthe

    Pastrick, Madison     Catherine

    Salzman, Jessica        Female Ensemble

    Santucci, Michael      Lewis

    Semler, Joe     Male Ensemble

    Sharkins, Amber       Female Ensemble

    Shawfield, Morgan   Female Ensemble

    Shawfield, Neala       Dance Corps

    Sluka, Aaron Male Ensemble

    Strapple, Rachel        Female Ensemble

    Tatusko, Alexis          Female Ensemble

    Traini, Nathan           Pippin

    Vujevich, Victor        Leading Player

    Ward, Zoee    Female Ensemble

    Wroblewski, Nicole   Female Ensemble

    Zana, Myah   Female Ensemble

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