“Heathers, The Musical,” cast from left, seated are Madeline Labonte and Avery Osella. In the first row are Ayris Franklin, Hannah Hanson, and Julie Sanborn. Second row, from left are Owen Lewis, Ben Simpson, Scotty Venable, and Hillary Perry. In back from left are Trekk Skeate, Katy Albert, Kyle Mansur, Alex Lally, Kwang Phung, and Cody Watson. Missing are Kierra Bouchard and Jenny Karod-Majka. Submitted photo

The Monmouth Community Players announce the cast for their upcoming production of “Heathers, The Musical” to be performed April 19-28 at Cumston Hall, 796 Main St. in Monmouth.

Performances are set for 7:30 p.m. on April 19, 20 and 26; and at 2 p.m. on April 21, 27 and 28.

“Heathers, The Musical,” lyrics and book by Laurence O’Keefe and Kevin Murphy, based on the film by the same name, is the story of Veronica Sawyer, a brainy teenager who wants to be cool. She hustles her way into the most powerful clique at Westerberg High, the Heathers. After Veronica falls in love with the new kid, Jason Dean (J.D.), their leader, Heather Chandler kicks her out of the group and things take a turn for the macabre.

The cast features Hannah Hanson, Katy Albert and Trekk Skeate of Lewiston; Julie Sanborn and Scotty Venable of Bath; Ayris Franklin of Brunswick; Kierra Bouchard of Lisbon Falls; Ben Simpson, Kyle Mansur and Alex Lally of Auburn; Owen Lewis of Gardiner; Madeline Labonte and Jenny Karod-Majka of Turner; Avery Osella of Leeds; Kwang Phung of Sanford; Cody Watson of Wales; and Hillary Perry of Buckfield.

The show is being directed by Jonny Bolduc. The other members of the production team are: producer, Danny Gay; music director Rachel Scala-Bolduc; assistant director, Amy Griswold; choreographer Gina Hesse; and stage manager, Ginger Smith.

“Heathers, The Musical” contains Strong Foul Language and Intense Mature Themes including: Sex, Bullying, Drug & Alcohol Use, Murder, Suicide, Sexual Violence, Gun Violence, Physical Violence and References to Eating Disorders. Audience attendance is highly suggested at 18-plus, but will be left to parental discretion due to the mature themes listed above.


Tickets cost $20 for adults and $17 for students and seniors.

For tickets visit monmouthcommunityplayers.org.

For more information email mcpboxoffice@gmail.com or call 207-370-9566.


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