Cast announced for CLCT’s ‘Flower Power’

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Groovy – the Sixties are back! Show times for Canyon Lake Community Theatre’s all-kids production of “Flower Power” are on the calendar for July 31 and August 1 and 2. Tickets will go on sale at CLPOA Member Services on July 18 and are available by calling the CLCT hotline at 951-746-4619.

Here is the cast for the Sixties-themed show:

Starpetal/Tiger Lily: Krista McClean and Taylor Pigeon; Molly: Lexi Plasch; Sunflower: Jenna Daniel; Rosebud: Alexis Miner; Moonbeam: Bailee Shields; Pete: Ryan Coleman; Paul: Nathan Coleman; Harry: Ryan Stetson; Shelly: Cassidy Potter;

The Darnettes: Karissa Bennett, Crystal Hauser and Staycia Slezak; Darlene: Alicia Fernandez; Rhonda: Malaya Moore; Nancy: Cristina Renteria; Lester: Jace Febo; Hester/Hippie: Ryan Boatman and Bailey Mocerino; Babe: Ella Gotoski; Max/Hippie: Joshua Corns and Ethan Pratt;

Mr. Fitz: Nathan Mitchell; Lucy: Cheyenne Stetson; Shreddy Freddy/Maharishi: Julian Gomez and Camrin Strother; Hippies: Rilee Escobar, Scarlet Flanagan, Jasmine Kane, Gracelyn Robbins, Zoe Silverlake, Meikaiah Svendsen and Havannah Vogel; Crusher: Damanza Uzor; Bruiser: Danté Fava; Rocki: Sydney Manning; Babs: Alexa Manning;

Ole McDonald/Biker: Ethan Cantrall and Jamal Gaylor; Grandma McDonald: Payton Albin; Bikers: Portia Dodd, Marley Escobar, Reiley Reichman, Sean Rounsfell and James Woodward; Miss Divine: Katie Woodward; Trudi Fessbump: Allison Zander; Dr. Cora Crisp: Giana Barry; Titus De Law: Tyler McDevitt;

Hipsters: Jayden Bragia, Scarlett Buffington, Katie Coleman, Savannah Coleman, Gavin Dalton, Kambria Dalton, Portia Dodd, Rose Mary Dodd, Bentley Escobar, Camryn Ferguson, Sawyer Lanouette, Nkechi Uzor and James Woodward.

Synopsis: In this story, Starpetal, Moonbeam and Sunflower – the all-girl band, Flower Power – are in a school battle of the bands that goes up against the boys’ band — Peter, Paul and Harry — at the Cornstalk Music Festival at Ol’ MacDonald’s Farm. Though it begins with the two school bands, it’s The Kooks, a top British rock group, that really sparks the festivities.

Everything goes wild when the crazy bikers invade the event; but Big Mama knows how to tame them and calm the crowd. Lighting effects, a psychedelic backdrop, silly face makeup, groovy clothing and a Sixties rock beat all contribute to make this an unforgettable musical! For more information, contact Ilene Moore 909-239-1177.

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