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Lockport Theatre Porter Players to Present 'Cyrano de Bergerac'

LOCKPORT – Lockport Township High School District 205’s Porter Players Drama Club will present four performances of "Cyrano de Bergerac" during the weekend of Nov 2 to Nov. 5.

Show times are scheduled for 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.) for the Thursday through Saturday performances and 2 p.m. (doors open at 1:30 p.m.) for the Sunday matinee.

Performances will take place at the East Campus auditorium, 1333 East Seventh St. in Lockport.

Admission is $7 for adults and non-LTHS students, and $5 for children (age 12 and under) and seniors citizens. LTHS students with an ID and Gold Card Club members will be admitted at no cost.

To order tickets, visit www.lths.org and purchase tickets via showtix4u. For any questions about tickets, call the box office at 815-588-8490. For information regarding Gold Card membership, call 815-588-8121.

In "Cyrano de Bergerac," the soldier Cyrano cannot admit his love for the beautiful Roxanne because he is ashamed of his own appearance—his unfortunately long nose. Roxanne secretly admires Christian, a handsome but daft cadet, who asks Cyrano for help in wooing the already smitten Roxanne. All she needs is a poetic push. Cyrano provides the love notes, but Christian gets the credit. This love triangle plot contains both comedy and tragedy.

The cast includes Ryan Adolf, Madelyn Alvarado, Daniel Arechiga, Gabby Bach, Klaudia Bogacz, Reilly Bresnahan, Nathan Bulthuis, Aidan Callahan, Oliver Ciciora, Christiana Copeland, Jenna DeYoung, Patrick Dilger, Tyler Dooley, Isabelle Fears, Kayla Garcia, Rachel Hampton, Mikenna Helenthal, Connor Herrington, Liam Horan, Mike Jostes, Olivia Kuncis, Kyle Langellier, Mike O’Callaghan, Kassidy Prebtele, Jake Ruff, Trevor Shingler, Megan Staley, Paige Svoboda, Alisha Thomas, Antonio Torres, Kaley Tramutolo and Madeline Wagner.

Stage crew members include Maddie Aguilar, Samantha Alontaga, Aiden Bean, Mady Box, Alex Carberry, Julianna Cullotta, Jimmy DiCaro, Maxwell Eallonardo, Sophia Errico, Zach Glowczynski, Payton Godinez, Lilliana Gonzalez, Leah James, Michaila James, Aubrie Juliano, Kylie Knippenberg, David Lange, Jordyn Lindgren, Sebastian Lowisz, Stephanie Marr, Courtney Mason, Billie Mutzbauer, Keith Pintoy, Gabby Reed, Ken Simmons, Andy Smigielski, Maisy Wagner, Greg Warner and Gabe Wilhoyt.

The play is directed and produced by Dr. Laura A. Gilbert; Kennedy Musich serves as the assistant director/producer; and Ken Frykholm is the technical director/scenic designer. Jeni Donahue and Jordin Richards are the costumers, and Matthew Carlson is the fight choreographer. Tim Tholl is the lighting designer, and Patrick Deane is the production assistant. Student assistants include Madelyn Alvarado and Patrick Dilger as student assistant directors; Maisie Steele, student assistant producer; Payton Godinez, student technical director; and Olivia Adams, Brooke Ferricks, Amelia Kuncis, Maisie Steele, and Haley Wyatt, student production staff. WEB TOO FOR NAMES.

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