The Hundred Dresses
A Learning Stage Series Production
Family Weekend Performance Dates: September 25 & October 1, 2022
School Day Matinee Dates: September 27-30, 2022
Adapted by Ralph Covert and G.Riley Mills
Based on the book The Hundred Dresses by Eleanor Estes
Published by Harcourt Children's Books, an imprint of Houghton Mifflin
Harcourt Publishing Company
Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, IL
Cerise Archer (Student Stage Manager)
Cerise Archer is a sophomore in the Pre-Engineering program, and a SCAPA Theatre major at Lafayette High School. This is Cerise's third production with LCT, and her second stage management role. Cerise's recent credits include Grease (Ensemble), The Hobbit (Kili), Mamma Mia! (Ensemble), Little Women (Beth) and Shrek (ASM). She hopes you enjoy the show!
Lydia Dever (Peggy Hawthorne)
Lydia is an eighth-grade drama major at SCAPA Bluegrass. Her previous stage credits include: The Hobbit (Elven Guard) at LCT, Moana Jr (Moana) at SCAPA, The Hundred Dresses (Wanda) at LCT, and Ensemble for Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Mary Poppins and Madagascar at SCAPA. Lydia also enjoys competitive swimming and time with friends and family.
Henry Dick (Jack Beggles)
Henry Dick is an eighth grader at Hayes. This is Henry's first show at LCT. He's previously been in Seussical (JoJo), and The Wizard of the Mall (Manager). He enjoys running track and cross country.
Avery Hylton (Miss Mason)
Avery is a senior at Bryan Station High School. She is part of StationARTS and the Spanish Immersion Program. She has previously been in Cows Don’t Fly and Other Known Facts as Miss Rosemary and The Hobbit as the Elven Queen. She is excited to participate in this production.
Tiana Jones (Maddie Martin)
Tiana is a freshman Paris High School. She has performed in Annie and The Best Christmas Pageant Ever at LCT. Tiana enjoys volleyball and cheer when she is not performing. She wants to be a chemical engineer when she grows up!
Jack Jurjans (Jan Petronski, Old Man Svenson)
Jack is a Junior at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School. His most recent show was Image Theatre’s The Tempest, in which he played Ferdinand. Acting is very dear to him, and he hopes you enjoy what he considers to be one of the most important shows he has ever done.
Siena Montgomery (Wanda Petronski)
Siena is a seventh grader in the pre-engineering program at Leestown Middle School. She has been taking LCT theatre school workshops since she was 5! Siena enjoys playing the violin and sport climbing. She currently wants to be a biomedical engineer.
Philip Ritchie (Willie Bounce)
Philip is an eighth grader at Beaumont Middle School. He enjoys playing baseball, spending time with his friends, and singing. This is his first show at the Lexington Children's Theatre.
Riley Stinson (Cecile Caldwell)
Riley is excited to be part of The Hundred Dresses cast again! She has performed in Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells! (Brittany). Riley is a freshman at Fredrick Douglass High School. When not at LCT, Riley enjoys playing bass and reading.
Addy Vieth (Assistant Director)
Addy is a sophomore at Lexington Catholic as a drama major in their Exemplars Scholars program. She was most recently Humpty Dumpty in Shrek, Fili in The Hobbit, and Junie B. in Junie B at LCT. She is so excited to have the opportunity to assistant direct!
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Production Staff Credits
Jeremy Kisling (Director)
Addy Vieth (Assistant Director)
Bailey Davis, Zachary Fryman, Riley Gossage, Jeremy Kisling (Scenic Design)
Rhonda Bell, Louisa de Beer, Gabby Hughley, Mina McEuen, Courtney Joy Miller (Costume Design)
Rhonda Bell (Costume Coordinator)
Jeremy Kisling, Kaylee Overbey (Lighting Design)
Jeremy Kisling, Kaylee Overbey (Sound Design)
Kate Tayler (Production Stage Manager)
Cerise Archer (Stage Manager)
Gabriel Slusser (Technical Director)
GraceAnne Miles (Charge Artist)
GraceAnne Miles (Properties Manager)
Dani Garner (Front of House Manager)
Dani Garner, Ian Valencia-Miranda (Box Office)
Rhonda Bell, Shelbea Fordham, Liz Spurlock (Educational Materials)
Rhonda Bell (Costume Designer / Education Director)
Rhonda is excited to continue her journey at LCT as Education Director. She holds an MA in Theatre from the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa and a BA from Berea College. Rhonda enjoys driving her car, watching cartoons, and having lively debates with her students.
Octavia Biggs (Director of Shooting Stars Youtheatre)
Tavia has worked hard over the last 19 years to bring children’s theatre to Eastern Kentucky. She believes strongly that all children have the ability to be creative and through that creativity will discover the gifts they possess. She would like to thank LCT and the W. Paul and Lucille C. Little Foundation!
Heather Branham (Resident Director / Company Manager)
Heather is overjoyed to be back at LCT after an artistic odyssey spanning from "The Little Apple" of Manhattan, KS to "The Second City" of Chicago. She earned a Master of Arts from University of Kentucky and serves on the KPW board. Heather dedicates this season to Eddy and Huckleberry.
Ashlee Collins (Development Director)
Ashlee began her journey with the theatre in 2014 as an arts administration intern. You may have also seen her on the main stage in several productions including The Giver, Old Dry Frye, The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe, and Duck for President.
Ashlee has worked with theatres all over the country, including Chicago Children’s Theatre, Camp Merrie Woode in North Carolina, and most notably, with Broadway in Chicago as a marketing assistant during the first National Tour of Disney’s Aladdin!
Ashlee welcomes heartfelt conversations about the impact theatre can make and how members of our community can work together to make a better world for our young people.
Shelbea Fordham (Education Associate)
Shelbea Fordham is a graduate of Samford University. Recently she made her Italian debut with OperaViva! and performed at St Paul's Cathedral with the Cathedra Church of the Advent Choir. Credits include The Magic Flute (Papagena), Something Rotten! (Bea), Pirates of Penzance (Kate), and Cabaret (Fraulein Kost, Kit Kat Girl).
Dani Garner (Marketing and Patron Services Coordinator)
Dani’s journey with LCT started in the education department in 2015 and has continued through various roles over the years. Dani is immensely grateful to have the opportunity to serve the incredible young people in this community. Dani’s ultimate goal as an artist is to inspire young people to be the best artists and humans they can be.
Emily Hampton (Stitcher)
Emily graduated from the University of Kentucky with a BA in Theatre in 2020. She is passionate about costuming and the fiber arts!
Kathryn Henriques (Director of Marketing and Analytics)
Kathryn started with LCT in 2015 as an Arts Administration Intern, became a full-time staff member in 2016, and since then has held a few different positions, most recently Director of Marketing and Analytics. Thanks to the LCT Family for all your love and support over the years!
Scarlett Kellum (Costume Shop Manager)
Scarlett has been designing and building costumes for 15 years. She studied theatre arts at San Jose State and the University of Cambridge, England and has a BFA in Fashion Design for the Art Institute of California San Francisco. Before joining the LCT team in 2019, Scarlett started her career in theater in Northern California where she was the costume shop manager/costume designer at Theatre Rhinoceros, Second Wind Theater, Custom Made Theater, and others. She is also a HUGtavist with Free Mom Hugs KY.
Helen Killius (Marketing and Sales Manager)
Helen Killius has been a part of LCT since August. She is a 2021 graduate of University of Kentucky and is excited to help create compelling stories for audiences of Lexington and beyond.
Jeremy Kisling (Producing Artistic Director)
Welcome to LCT! We want this to be your theatre, a place where you feel empowered, enriched, and emboldened. I am so honored and humbled to work with such amazing and talented artists and individuals every day! Thank you for being here, for your support, and for being a part of the LCT Family.
Erin McGuire-Thompson (Operations Manager)
Erin received her BA in Dramatic Arts from Centre College and her MFA in Dramatic Media from the University of Georgia. Erin is a published children's book illustrator and is developing her series of early reader graphic novels and picture books as a writer and illustrator.
GraceAnne Miles (Charge Artist / Properties Manager)
GraceAnne graduated from Centre College in 2012 with a BS in Philosophy/Fine Arts. She worked as a technical director, designer, and scenic painter before moving to North Carolina to complete her MFA in Scenic Art/Education at UNCSA in 2021.
Laika Myers (Technical Associate)
Laika Myers is a recent graduate from Bowling Green State University where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a focus in Design and Technical Theatre. Laika is super excited to join the Lexington Children's Theatre team and to share her passion for theatre with them!
Rachel Ray (Managing Director)
Rachel has a BA in English and a BS in Speech Therapy from U.K. In her free time, she likes to hang out with her husband, Bobby, and their three dogs, read, run, and craft. She is a founding board member of First-Generation Women Achievers of the Bluegrass and a proud volunteer for Girls on the Run.
Gabriel Slusser (Technical Director)
Gabriel has worked throughout the southeast in positions ranging from sound engineer to lead electrician to shop foreman at theatres including Titusville Playhouse, Inc., Georgia Ensemble Theatre, and Buford Community Center. As LCT’s Technical Director, he facilitates the implementation of all scenic, lighting, audio, and projection elements for their season.
Kate Tayler (Resident Stage Manager)
Kate Tayler graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications degree from Bowling Green State University in Design & Technical Theatre. She is originally from Monroe, Michigan. Kate is very excited to continue sharing her love for stage management and for theatre for young audiences to LCT!
Liz Spurlock (Resident Teaching Artist)
Liz, born and raised in Georgia, graduated from Columbus State University with her B.S. in Theatre Education. She has worked in many areas of theatre, including lighting, directing, and acting. Liz is excited to start her career in theatre education at Lexington Children’s Theatre!
Ian Valencia-Miranda (Box Office Assistant)
Fond of all things arts, Ian has been involved in theatre in some capacity for most of his life. He is currently a student studying Design and hopes to carry that forward into his work with theatre. He is also the father of an orange kitten named Toes Beans!
Most of us connect with The Hundred Dresses as one of these: perpetrator, victim, or bystander. Only a few are brave enough to become a rescuer. "It's time I stop being scared and start doing what's right. From here on out, I'll never do nothin' again." Standing up for someone is nerve wracking, but it is the right thing to do.
Maddie experiences this when she and her peers bully Wanda, an immigrant from Poland, about her last name, her outfit, and her one hundred dresses.
Diving into a play that handles subjects of bullying and intolerance opens an important conversation about becoming a rescuer and ways we can do that safely within our communities. We have talked as a cast and crew about having a voice as a young person and helping our peers. We believe in the power empathy has in bridging gaps and forming meaningful relationships with others. We can't afford to do nothing. Empathy is a responsibility that belongs to all of us.
I hope you all enjoy this beautiful story.
LCT Professional Staff
Rhonda Bell, Education Director
Octavia Biggs, Program Director of Shooting Stars Youtheatre
Heather N. Branham, Resident Director / Company Manager
Ashlee Collins, Development Director
Shelbea Fordham, Education Associate
Dani Garner, Marketing and Patron Services Coordinator
Kathryn Henriques, Director of Marketing and Analytics
Scarlett Kellum, Costume Shop Manager
Helen Killius, Marketing and Sales Manager
Jeremy Kisling, Producing Artistic Director
Erin McGuire-Thompson, Operations Manager
GraceAnne Miles, Charge Artist / Properties Manager
Laika Myers, Technical Associate
Rachel Ray, Managing Director
Gabriel Slusser, Technical Director
Liz Spurlock, Resident Teaching Artist
Kate Tayler, Resident Stage Manager
Ian Valencia-Miranda, Box Office Assistant
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