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Knights of the Round Table take center stage for fall show

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Hank Morgan (Carter Yost) and Sir Lancelot (Carl Schack) do battle during the Fall Play, “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court.” The show runs Thursday, Oct. 4 - Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018. Photo by Zeke Williams

Hank Morgan (Carter Yost) and Sir Lancelot (Carl Schack) do battle during the Fall Play, “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court.” The show runs Thursday, Oct. 4 - Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018. Photo by Zeke Williams

Photo by Zeke Williams

Photo by Zeke Williams

Hank Morgan (Carter Yost) and Sir Lancelot (Carl Schack) do battle during the Fall Play, “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court.” The show runs Thursday, Oct. 4 - Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018. Photo by Zeke Williams

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The Lincoln High School Theatre Department has been hard at work on the Fall Show production of, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, which opens tomorrow night, Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018 at 7 p.m. in the Ted Sorensen Theatre. 

Auditions were held August 27th and 28th, with the cast list going up August 31st. With less than day from opening night, both cast and crew have been working hard to get the show ready to take the stage.

According to Director Molly Thomas, the show is Children’s Theatre. Thomas describes this as “an over exaggerated stylized type of theatre that appeals to the children in our audience.” She also said that the entire theme is to be “Miles Larson friendly” a reference to Principal Mark Larson’s son.

The opening performance is Thursday, October 4th at 7 p.m. at the Ted Sorensen Theatre, with two following performances on Friday October 5th at 7 p.m. and Saturday October 6th at 2 p.m.

There will also be a school showing on Thursday October 5th during 7th period. 

Tickets are $5 at the door, or from any cast member. Break a Leg Links!

 

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court Cast List

Role Name
Hank Morgan Carter Yost
Hercules Austin Brown
Mrs. Benvie Madysen Banzhoff
Lady Dinadin Emma Harner
Lady Kay Emily Fitzgerald
Sir Lancelot Carl Schack
Jester Celeste Uiterwaal
Lady Alisande Charlotte Guthrie
Merlin Jacob Vanderford
Clarence Evan Works
King Arthur Jackson Mikkelsen
Queen Guenevere Ollie Conigilo
Sir Sagamore Ben Arenz
Morgan Le Fey Joanna Calel
Slave Trader Salvador Diaz-DeBose
Old Women Jenna Fuller
Ensemble Lady Elizabeth Fitzsimmons
Ensemble Lady Regina Hinkley
Ensemble Lady Emma Izzo
Ensemble Lady Audrey Lester
Ensemble Lady Alini Osborn
Ensemble Lady Adelia White
Ensemble Lady Madysen Banhoff
Ensemble Knight Jay Dodge
Ensemble Knight Asher Metzner
Ensemble Knight Ethan Rask
Ensemble Knight Alden Reinwald
Ensemble Knight Spencer Sartore
Ensemble Knight Salvador Diaz-DeBose
Ensemble Townspeople Makala Robinson
Ensemble Townspeople Sara Al-Botani
Ensemble Townspeople Jenna Fuller
Ensemble Guards Arwen French
Ensemble Guards Claire McDowell
Ensemble Guards Angelina O’Malley
Ensemble Guards Syndi Raley
Ensemble Guards Austin Brown

 

Ted Sorensen Theatre Etiquette 

The Ted Sorensen Theatre is a place where our students can display their talents and share them with their peers.  This venerable and sacred theatre, renovated and dedicated to Ted Sorensen, is a central piece of Lincoln High.  We want the best possible environment for our students, we ask the following rules and procedures be followed.

 Be Safe 

  • No food, drink, or gum will be allowed in the theatre. This includes water.
  • No jumping, between, on or over the seats or off the front of the stage is permitted.
  • Do not place your feet on seats, walls, and railings.
  • Do not lean over or sit on the balcony railing or any wood.
  • Do not touch the curtains.

Be Responsible

  • No electronic devices can be used in the theatre. All electronics should be turned off.
  • Minimizes distractions to the audience and performers.
  • Do not leave the theatre until you are dismissed. The bell does not necessarily signal your dismissal from the theatre.

Be Respectful

  • During a performance the audience should be seated.
  • Maturity during romantic scenes and applause and laughter at appropriate times are appreciated.
  • All School rules will be enforced.

About the Contributor
Zeke Williams, Reporter

Yo! Im Zeke, and I’m a staff member here at The Advocate, and I’m a senior this year the The High, Go Links. I’m one of the Technical Representatives on Lincoln High School’s Theatre Board, and the Technical Director at the Lincoln High School Star Wars Club! If I’m not working on one of the Mainstage Theatre shows, Im usually at home sleeping or playing video games, or just procrastinating all my Chem homework, Sorry Putnam! I enjoy reading, watching Star Wars, and drinking an unhealthy amount of coffee.

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