Kazoo,  is the story of Wren, a 13 year old girl. She’s an average girl, living a pretty normal life. She has a mom and loves to play her kazoo. She hangs out with her two best friends, Kaylee and Lily, in a treehouse that is their sanctuary. But then everything goes wrong – her mom dies, she has to move in with her aunt, her friends don’t understand what she’s going through and she loses her beloved kazoo. But with the help of a mysterious and funny stranger, Wren embarks on a journey to find her kazoo.

Kazoo is written in a storyteller style – there are eight actors who tell the story to the audience. All eight also become a character in the story.

Magic is woven throughout the story, from ghosts to talking rabbits to dangerous pythons. It’s a really fast-paced, fun and funny story with a lot of heart.


Matt Falduto was born and raised in the Chicago suburbs but fell in love with Iowa City upon his arrival in 1992. After graduating from the University of Iowa with a degree in English, he decided to fulfill his dream of starting a theatre company. Dreamwell Theatre has produced over 70 shows since its inception in 1997. Many years later, Matt found himself at Iowa State University, where he earned a Master’s in Education. He’s been writing plays since college. A number of them have been performed in the Iowa City area, including  Ozma of Oz, an adaptation of two of the Oz books, and Guinevere and Arthur, a new take on the Arthurian legend, both produced by The Young Footliters.


Note: While Wren, Kaylee and Lily are 13 years old in the script, they could be played by anyone from 12 to 17. Don’t limit yourself!

STORYTELLER 1/WREN – Wren is the main character, a teenage girl full of silliness and fun. Gender: Female

STORYTELLER 2/LILY – Lily, one of Wren’s best friends, is a quiet girl who is completely loyal to her friends. Gender: Female

STORYTELLER 3/KAYLEE – Kaylee, Wren’s other best friend, is passionate and quick to fight for what’s right. Gender: Female

STORYTELLER 4/MOM – A single mom and a nurse, she loves Wren completely and without question. Gender: Female

STORYTELLER 5/LAWN CARE PROFESSIONAL – The mysterious wacky and weird stranger. Gender: Male

STORYTELLER 6/WITCH – She’s a witch with an attitude. Gender: Female

STORYTELLER 7/PYTHON LEADER – Dangerous and sly, this snake’s smooth words can spell disaster for any who get in its way. Gender: Unspecified

STORYTELLER 8/DOLPHIN LEADER – A magic speaking dolphin, this character knows all the answers. Gender: Unspecified

There are also around 55 supporting characters who will be played by around 20 actors. Every actor will have some lines. We’re looking for about 30 actors total.


There are three performances: 9/8 at 7:00 pm, 9/9 at 7:00 pm, 9/10 at 2:00 pm

If you audition, you must be able to commit to the rehearsal process.  Rehearsals run Monday – Thursday from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm as well as Sunday afternoons. Not all actors will be called to all rehearsals.  Rehearsals start July 23. Please list all conflicts on your audition form. Any conflicts that come up later or are not listed on the form will have to be negotiated with the director.

Tech week begins with loading in to the theatre on September 2. No absences are permitted during tech week. Note that there will be a rehearsal on Labor Day, September 3rd and that rehearsal is mandatory as well.


Auditions are open to actors going into 5th through 12th grade. Auditions are July 13 from 2 pm- 5 pm and July 14 from 9 am-12 pm at the Coralville Library.

You can read the script here: CLICK HERE.

Actors may perform a short monologue if they’d like, but this is not required. All actors will read scenes from the script.

If you’re interested Wren, Lily, Kaylee or Mom, you might wish to choose a dramatic monologue rather than a comedic one, as all of those characters have dramatic moments in the script.


Please fill out this audition form before signing up for a time slot.  Make sure you list all of your rehearsal conflicts.  Click here: AUDITION FORM

Please sign up for an auditon time slot by clicking on this link: SignUpGenius


Please contact Liz Tracey,, if you have any questions.  Thank you!


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Thank you for the enormous turnout at auditions for our Young Footliter’s Summer musical Aladdin, Jr.  We had our largest amount of auditioners ever and are very excited to see many new faces in our upcoming production.  For those of you who did not get cast, please do not get discouraged.  We have some wonderful camps planned for this summer and more shows to audition for in this upcoming season.  Please, keep coming back!

Genie – Willa Martin

Aladdin – Dominic Helmuth

Jasmine – Jay Murphy

Jafar – Joey Lepire

Iago – Maya Wald

The Sultan – Whit Jury

Babkak –  Charlie Bates

Omar – John Wiegel

Kassim – Henry Yoder

Isir–Una Weber

Manal–Gabby Finlayson

Rajah – Kyra Helmuth

Razoul / Cave of Wonders – McKenna Proud

Guard 1 – Jared Moninger

Guard 2 – Jacob Allen

Prince Abdullah – Beau Leavenworth


Dade Altman

Grace Bartlett

Aidan Belizzi

Addison Bollier

Olivia Caskey

Georgia Clark

Amelia Douglas

Ruby Frank

Jack Furlong

Blake Gordley

Emily Granfield

Niles Granfield

Vince Green

Greta Gromacki

James Haack

Rachel Haack

Tom Ham

Clara Hibbard

Mason Irving

Claire Lawler

Noah Linley

Lila MacInnis-Baumert

Briar Martin

Viola McConville

Oliver Miller

Maple Miller

Erin Moses

Annabelle Papke

Santiago Perez

Anna Randal

Ana Rippentrop

Tessera Rippentrop

Luke Reimer

Claire Reimer

Rana Saba

Viviana Sanchez

Shea Sanders

Alaina Schmidt

Gianna Smith

Savannah Stookey

Ella Vakiner

Lovella Varner

Clara Visser

Summer Walsh-Saylor

Iris Wedemeyer

Nathan Weimar

Zach Wieskamp

Nora Yates

Helen Zhang

Please email Liz Tracey,,  if you cannot accept your part.  Otherwise Liz will be contacting the cast shortly with rehearsal information.

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APRIL 21, 2019 (9:00AM – 12:00PM)

Planning on auditioning for Aladdin, Jr.?  This workshop is a wonderful opportunity to guide you through the process.  Designed for our inexperienced auditioners, or those who would like to boost their confidence.  Join Mary Denmead, a theatre professional, as she instructs you on

  • what to expect at an audition
  • what to wear and how to present yourself
  • performance tips
  • picking a monologue and working through some samples in class
  • time spent with an accompanist practicing the music that will be used at the Aladdin audition

Please register for one appropriate age slot.  The class is free but there is a participation limit so sign-up early!

  • 9:00AM – 9:50AM (K – 3rd grade)
  • 10:00AM – 10:50AM (4th – 6th grade)
  • 11:00AM – 11:50AM (7th – high school)

Contact Liz Tracey, Young Footliters Programming Supervisor, if you have any questions


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Disney’s Aladdin brings the famous movie to life, on stage. Aladdin, a kind but wily, street urchin, falls in love with beautiful Princess Jasmine, who he knows is waaaaay out of his league. It just so happens, however, that the Sultan has declared Princess Jasmine must choose a husband within the next day. After she turns down the offers from various wealthy suitors, Aladdin — with the help of a fast-talking, magical Genie — introduces himself as wealthy suitor Prince Ali Ababua. Meanwhile, evil royal advisor Jafar also has his sights set on the kingdom, and tries to convince the Sultan to force Jasmine to wed him. Will love conquer all? Perhaps – if love has a little help from a Genie.



Aladdin, a poor street urchin, longs to make his mother proud, but sometimes loses his way.  He’s the thief with a heart of gold.

Gender: Male
Babkak, Omar, and Kassim

Babkak, Omar, and Kassim are Aladdin’s three loyal and playful pals. Babkak is the Agrabahn foodie who loves to snack, kindhearted Omar has a sensitive soul, and stubborn Kassim yearns to be a leader.

Gender: Any

Genie is the fast-talking, fun-loving, scene- stealing wisecracker who lives in the lamp and yearns to be free.

Gender: Any

Iago is the fawning and funny sidekick to Jafar.

Gender: Any
Isir, Manal, and Rajah

Isir, Manal, and Rajah, Jasmine’s devoted attendants, keep the Princess grounded with their honesty and openness. Isir, whose name means “inspiration,” is optimistic; Manal, “achievement,” is assertively encouraging; and Rajah, “hope,” is the most protective.

Gender: Female

Jafar is the power-hungry and crooked Grand Vizier; loyal advisor to the Sultan and scheming villain.

Gender: Male

Jasmine, the Princess of Agrabah, longs to experience the world outside the palace walls. Curious and assertive, she knows what she wants and craves the freedom to make her own choices.

Gender: Female

Sultan, the warm-hearted ruler who dotes on his daugther, is committed to upholding the ancient laws of Agrabah.

Gender: Male

Agrabahns are the citizens of Agrabah who help to create the bustling marketplace – merchants, shoppers, beggars, guards, etc. Included in this ensemble are the following featured roles:

• The Beggars (3) are a small group with whom Aladdin briefly interacts.

• The Apple Vendor is a merchant who reviles the beggars and from whom Jasmine unintentionally steals an apple.

• The Fortune Teller unwittingly helps Aladdin escape the guards in “One Jump Ahead.”

• The Shop Owner is a marketplace vendor from whom Aladdin steals bread.

• Razoul, the rough and commanding head of the palace guards, answers to Jafar.

• The Guards (2) follow Razoul’s orders.

Gender: Any
Prince Abdullah

Prince Abdullah is one of Princess Jasmine’s haughty and arrogant suitors.

Gender: Male

The Attendants (2) accompany Prince Abdullah on his journey to Agrabah.

Gender: Both
Spooky Voice

The mysterious Spooky Voice, conjured by Jafar, reveals the location of the lamp.

Gender: Any
Cave of Wonders

The Cave of Wonders is the ominous voice that instructs Aladdin to fetch only the lamp from the treasures within.

Gender: Any


Thank you for your interest in the upcoming production of Aladdin, Jr.  PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE 5 PERFORMANCES.  If you audition, you must be able to commit to this.

  1. Friday, June 29 @ 2pm
  2. Friday, June 29 @ 7pm
  3. Saturday, June 30 @ 2pm
  4. Saturday, June 30 @ 7pm
  5. Sunday, July 1 @ 2pm

If you audition, you must be able to commit to the rehearsal process.  Rehearsals run Sunday – Thursday from 6pm – 9pm.  Not all actors will be called to all rehearsals.  Rehearsals start May 20th.  (Some of the leads will have 2 extra rehearsals to learn the music – Monday, May 14 and Tuesday, May 15 from 6pm to 8pm). Tech week begins with loading in to the theatre on June 23rd.  There will be occasional absences permitted but not during tech week.  Please list all conflicts on your audition form.


Casting is open to all students currently in grades K through 12 at the time of auditions.  Please fill out this Young Footliters Audition Form.

 TIME:  Friday, May 4,  5:30pm – 9:00pm OR Saturday, May 5, 9:00am – 5:00pm

LOCATION:  The Coralville Rec Center, 1506 8th Street, Coralville

Please click here  to sign up for an audition time-slot.

A U D I T I O N  M A T E R I A L

All auditioning students will perform a song and a reading during their audition.


Young students may choose to sing either Twinkle Twinkle Little Star or Happy Birthday if they are not able to prepare an audition piece.

Older students should select one of the audition songs below to perform. Please do not bring in your own song. All students should use one of the songs offered here. You may select any of these audition songs, regardless of your gender or the role for which you would like to be considered. Choose the piece the feels best to you.

Proud of Your Boy:

Friend Like Me:

Prince Ali (Reprise):

Beyond these Palace Walls (Only measure 21 to the end, sing the melody):

Feel free to print the music directly, or drop by the Coralville Center for the Performing arts to pick up a copy from the “Aladdin Auditions” stand on the lobby counter.  A rehearsal recording is available through Music Theatre International to assist you with practice.  Click on this link for quick access to the website.

We have also made available videos with the piano accompaniment to assist you with your preparation as well.  Click on this link for access to this:
Piano accompaniment





Older students may choose to perform a memorized monologue of their choice of 1 minute or less. Students should choose a monologue that shows their ability to create an interesting character. You may select any monologue, regardless of your gender or the role for which you would like to be considered. Choose the piece the feels best to you.

Younger students should perform a monologue of their choice of one minute or less. Memorizing will be considered favorably but is not required.  You may select any monologue, regardless of your gender or the role for which you would like to be considered. Choose the piece the feels best to you.

There are books of monologues available online and at most public libraries. There are also monologues that you can select available at the “Aladdin Auditions” stand on the lobby counter in the Coralville Center for the Performing Arts.

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Remember you must fill out 2 forms in preparation to audition.

  1. Do not forget to fill out this Young Footliters Audition Form . I will print them and have them available at the auditions for the director.  Make sure you list ALL your conflicts!
  2. Please click here  to sign up for an audition time-slot.


If cast, Young footliters does have an $85 participation fee for this production to help cover costs (such as costumes, sets, props, painting, royalty rights, performance and rehearsal facilities).  Thank you for your understanding and support.  We understand that participation fees may make it difficult for your child to be involved in a show.  Please let us help.  Scholarships are available through the Revier Family Scholarship Fund for families with financial need.  Please contact Evan Hilsabeck directly at to request a scholarship form.

If you have any questions about the audition process, or any concerns about anything else to do with Young Footliters do not hesitate to contact me!

Elizabeth Tracey ~ Programming Supervisor ~

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Congratulations to the Cast of “Winnie-the-Pooh”!

Thanks to all that came out for auditions!  Here is the cast list:

Winnie the Pooh – Santiago Perez
Christopher Robin – Nicholas Davis
Rabbit – Ella Vakiner
Piglet – Josephine Bozarth
Owl – August Clark
Eeyore – Claire Lawler
Kanga – Noe Richman
Roo – Maple Miller
Mia Arnold, Rachel Haack, Leah Langfitt
Hundred Acre Wood Gang:
Grace Bartlett, Sophie Bergman, Oliver Miller, Rowan Russell, Evan Schemmel, Madisyn Zachar
Forest Animals:
Vishak Bala-Subramanian, Anna Bayon, Parker Beck, Cora Beland, Maya Cheng, Rachel Lamb, Lila Macinnis-Baumert, Taylor Pence, Sarah Ratner, Claire Reimer, Luke Reimer, Brynn Sheeley, Skyler Summers, Harper Uhl, Chelsea VeDepo

Performances are Friday, March 23 @ 7:00pm;   Saturday, March 24 @ 2:00pm & 7:00pm





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Auditions for “Winnie-the-Pooh”

Winnie-the-Pooh, directed by Tara Acton

Based on the story by A.A. Milne.  Adapted for the stage by Kristin Sergel

Join all of our childhood friends – Christopher Robin, Kanga, Roo, Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore and Owl, and of course – the Bear of Very Little Brain himself, Pooh – and follow their adventures.

Cast of Characters:

Christopher Robin, Winnie-the-Pooh, Piglet, Owl, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, Narrator, residents of the forest.

Performances are at The Coralville Center for the Performing Arts 

REHEARSALS BEGIN FEBRUARY 5 and will typically run Monday through Thursday from 6pm to 8pm at The Coralville United Methodist Church.

TECH WEEK ( MARCH 18 – MARCH 22) rehearsals will be held at The Coralville Center for the Performing Arts.  Participation in Tech Week and all performances are mandatory to participate in the show.  Detailed rehearsal schedules will be given upon casting.


Friday, March 23 @ 7:00pm;   Saturday, March 24 @ 2:00pm & 7:00pm

AUDITIONS ARE OPEN TO KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 5TH GRADE.  Auditions will be held in the lower level of the Coralville Library during the following scheduled times:

Friday, January 19 from 4pm to 6pm  and  Saturday, January 20 from 9am to 4pm


What you will need to bring to the audition:

  1. A completely filled out audition form click here..
  2. A memorized 1 to 2 minute monologue if you are interested in a larger speaking role.
  3. You may be asked to read from the script or do some improvisation.  You do not have to prepare for that .
  4. Walk ups are always welcome but priority will be given to those who sign up for a time slot.

If cast, Young Footliters Youth Theatre does have a $45 participation fee for this production.  For information about fees, please click on the participation fees link at the top of the page.


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Play Creation Workshop

Are you interested in learning more about the play creation process? Would you like to learn more about the storytelling, scene creation and design processes? If you are in grades 7-12 Young Footliters has an exciting opportunity for you!
Announcing the Play Creation Workshop Series, taught by Matt Falduto

Play Creation Workshop Series
For 7-12 grade

We are offering five workshops and each workshop is self-contained – students may attend as many as they want. All are focused on learning how to create a play from different perspectives – storyteller, actor, playwright, tech. These workshops will eventually lead to Young Footliters fall production – Dreamland, a play written by Matt Falduto and workshopped by Young Footliters actors. Workshops start in November. Registration is currently open for first two workshops.  Registration for other workshops will open soon.

For more information or to sign up please go to

Workshop Descriptions:

  1. Storytelling Workshop

Dreamland is written in a storytelling style, with the actors telling the story as well as acting as the different characters. This workshop will teach actors storytelling techniques – developing stage presence, utilizing one’s voice, utilizing one’s body and connecting with the audience.  The students will use the Dreamland script to work on these different skills.  Now open for registration.

November 18, 2017, Coralville Rec Center, 10 am – 1 pm

2.  Scene Workshop

This workshop will teach actors about dramatic action, the rules of scene writing, and how to apply that knowledge toward becoming a better actor. Using scenes from Dreamland, the actors will have the opportunity to shape a new play while learning new techniques and becoming smarter actors.  Now open for registration.

December 9, 2017,  Coralville Rec Center,  10 am – 1 pm

3.  Play Construction Workshop

This workshop is all about writing a play, using Dreamland as the example. Actors will learn the basic architecture of play writing – plot, characters, conflict, rising action, climax, resolution – and through a reading of the play, explore that architecture. While this workshop will be an excellent springboard for the aspiring playwright who wants to write her own play, knowing how a play is put together will also help actors improve their skills. Participation in this workshop comes with the added optional bonus of a critique of your own original play by Matt.  Opening soon for registration.

January 27, 2018, Coralville Public Library, 10 am – 1 pm

4.  Design Workshop 1

In this workshop, students will learn about how the set designer and the costume designer develop their vision for a show. Students will participate in creating the set and costume design for Dreamland and along the way learn a whole lot more about the tech side of theatre.  Opening soon for registration.

May 12, 2018, CCPA, 10 am – 1 pm

5.  Design Workshop 2

In this workshop, students will learn about how the lighting designer and the sound designer develop their vision for a show. Students will participate in creating the lighting and sound design for Dreamland and along the way learn a whole lot more about the tech side of theatre.  Opening soon for registration.

May 19, 2018, Coralville Public Library, 10 am – 1 pm


Workshop Instructor:

Matt Falduto – Matt has been creating theatre in the area for over twenty years, wearing every hat – actor, director, playwright, designer, and producer. He has directed five shows for Footliters – The Hobbit, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and Charlotte’s Web, as well as Ozma of Oz and Guinevere and Arthur, which he also wrote. Other plays he’s written have been produced by City Circle, Dreamwell Theatre and Rage Theatrics. He has done theatre workshops for many different groups over the years. Matt has a Master’s in Education from Iowa State University.

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Our November 17-19 CCPA shows have been cast!

What Could Go Wrong the Night Before Christmas

Host – Margaux Maurus

The Children – Katherine Ekse, Bryn Russell, Amelia Marquardt

The Stage Manager – Emily Granfield

Owen – Blake Gordley

Chad – Rana Saba

Nermal – Adam Schulz

Papa – Tom Ham

Mama – Summer Walsh Saylor

Santa – Niles Granfield


A Charlie Brown Christmas

Charlie Brown – Deuce Martin

Snoopy – Maya Hanna

Lucy – Lilly Vogts

Linus – Luke Rechkemmer

Pig Pen – Nicholas Davis

Frieda – Briar Martin

Schroeder – Jack Furlong

Violet – Ella Vakiner

Eudora – Nina Torkelson

Marcie – Julianna Epping

Sally – Malia Armour

Patty – Anna Randle

Shermy – Ethan Hill





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Auditions for A Charlie Brown Christmas and What Could Go Wrong the Night Before Christmas

We had such a great turnout for auditions for The Best Christmas Pageant Ever and after re-looking at the length of Charlie Brown Christmas and the size of the cast, Young Footliters Youth Theatre has decided to add another performance opportunity to our season!  We are always looking for ways to add performance opportunities for our youth!

What Could Go Wrong the Night Before Christmas is a hilarious one-act play that will be performed every night before A Charlie Brown Christmas.  

Please see below for a summary of each show:

What Could Go Wrong the Night Before Christmas

A host attempts to do a lovely reading of The Night Before Christmas but is stymied by every imaginable interruption.  First, the children show up wearing costumes and outfits for all the wrong holidays, then it ends up the mice might not be stirring, but they sure are shuffling as they play a game of Go Fish.  By the time the clatter on the rooftop sounds more like a deafening rock ’n’ roll drum solo, our poor host is about to have a meltdown!  On top of it all, our not-quite-classic (and definitely thinner) Santa stops filling stockings to do a PSA on the dangers of smoking and also plugs the usefulness of stain remover pens.  In the end, our host finishes the poem, Santa hurries off to make the rest of his deliveries, and your audience is energized with the fun of the Christmas season.

A Charlie Brown Christmas

Directed by Krista Neumann

A family-friendly holiday musical based on the beloved animated TV special. Join Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the whole Peanuts gang as they dig past the commercialized gimmicks of presents and decorations to rediscover the true meaning of Christmas. Through a pageant and a spindly tree, Charlie Brown and friends bring the holiday spirit back to life for families once again!

Actors in 4th-12th grade are invited to sign up to audition for either/both the musical (A Charlie Brown Christmas) and the play (What Could Go Wrong) at the same time.


Rehearsals for both shows begin Sunday, October 1 and will typically be held Sunday -Thursday for Charlie Brown and Monday-Wednesday evenings for What Could Go Wrong.  Both will rehearse in Coralville, space TBA.

Tech Week Rehearsals, November 12 – 16, will be held at The Coralville Center for the Performing Arts. Participation in Tech Week and all performances is mandatory to participate in the show.

Performances are November 17 & 18 at 7PM and November 19 at 2PM at The Coralville Center for the Performing Arts, 1301 5th Street, Coralville.

Tech week and all performances are mandatory! Previous commitments that will conflict with tech week and performances must be rearranged. Do not commit to any Young Footliters Production unless you can make it a priority and honor the guidelines and rules.  Be sure your family can support you in your schedule.



Auditions are Tuesday, September 12 and Wednesday, September 13, from 6 pm – 9 pm @ The Coralville Recreation Center, 1506 8th Street, Coralville.  

For auditions for Charlie Brown please prepare up to 32 bars of a musical theatre song of your choice that shows off your voice, and demonstrates your ability to tell a story. Bring sheet music and an accompanist will be provided.  You may also be asked to do a cold reading from the script for What Could Go Wrong.

Please fill out this AUDITION FORM  to secure an audition appointment.  Once you fill out a form, our producer, Liz Tracey, will contact you with your appointment time.  If you do not hear back from us within a couple of days, please email


The participation fee for Young Footliters for each show will be $45. Your participation fee is a crucial part of making this theatre possible. But we understand that participation fees may make it difficult for your child to be involved in a show.  Please let us help.  Scholarships are available through the Coralville Center for the Performing Arts for families with financial need.  Please don’t hesitate to e-mail Liz Tracey if you would like a scholarship form.



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The Best Christmas Pageant Ever CAST LIST

MIA AHN……………………………………………………Beverly

KATELYN AUSMAN………………………..……..Baby Angel

GRACE BARTLETT………………………….Alice Wendelkin

ERIC BROFFITT……………………………………….……..Hobie

MAEVE CHRISTIANS………………………Mrs. Armstrong

CAITLYN ELMER……………..………Mrs.Clark/Shepherd

JAKE ENDAHL……………………………………………Fireman

SAMMI FALDUTO…………………………….. Rev. Hopkins

RUBY FRANK………………………………………Mrs. Slocum

ELLIE JOHNSON………………..……..Baby Angel Juanita

ZANE LEE………………………………….…….Elmer Hopkins

MAX LYNCH……………………………………Charlie Bradley

ANNA MASCARDO………………………Baby Angel Doris

CAROLINE MASCARDO….………….Imogene Herdman


OLIVER MILLER……………..………Father (Bob Bradley)

LILY O’DONNELL…………..…………………Ollie Herdman

MADDIE O’DONNELL………………….………………Maxine

TESSERA RIPPENTROP………….……………Beth Bradley

ROWAN RUSSELL…………………..……Claudia Herdman

BRYNN SHEELEY…………………..……………….Baby Angel

ALAINA SCHMIDT……….…………..Mrs. Clausing/Angel

MADELINE STRUTHERS………Mother (Grace Bradley)

BELLA TISDALE………………………………….……….Fireman

ETHAN TISDALE…………..…..Leroy Herdman, Fireman

HARPER UHL………………………..……….Gladys Herdman

CHELSEA VEDEPO……………………..Baby Angel Shirley

MCKENZIE VEDEPO……………………………….Baby Angel

CHARLIE WAIT………………….…………..Ralph Herdman

IRIS WEDEMEYER……………….………….Mrs. McCarthy



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