Guys and Dolls - May 11 - May 14, 2017

Lockport Township High School

 Who's Who 

  • Jessica Blanchard head shot

    Jessica Blanchard

    Production Team

    is a senior member of the Lockport Porter Players. This is her second year as a part of the production team, having been a part of three productions: "The Sound of Music", "The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940", & now "Guys and Dolls". Outside of drama Jessica enjoys babysitting, reading, & taking naps. She sends a thank you to her family & friends for supporting her in all of her endeavours, & to Dr.Gilbert, Mr.Frykholm, & Mr.Goetz for everything they do for the drama club. A very special thank you goes to Ms.Donnelly, who has given Jessica the opportunity to be a part of the drama club and has always been someone she could go to in times of trouble. She thanks her fellow production members too! Being a part of the production team is like being a part of a close-knit family & the friendships she has made with the other members will be ones that last a lifetime! Jessica will be attending Illinois State University in the fall as an elementary education major.

  • Joe Colarelli head shot

    Joe Colarelli

    as Sky Masterson

    is a senior Thespian member of the Porter Players & has enjoyed participating in the drama club for three years. His very first performance was for the fall play “Romeo and Juliet,” where he played the role of Paris. Since then, he has been cast in “The Little Prince” & “The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940.” Over the past two years Joe has participated in the Group Interpretations of “Run and Jump” & “If You Cannot Afford an Attorney, Some Random Dude Will Be Appointed to You,” as well as multiple Shower Cap Kids performances. His favorite role was Rolfe in “The Sound of Music.” Outside of acting, Joe enjoys playing sports, piano, & cards. He would like to thank his family & friends for their support, as well as the directors for their tireless effort and guidance throughout his three year involvement.

  • Sierra Goldstein head shot

    Sierra Goldstein

    as General Matilda B. Cartwright

    is a senior Thespian member of the Porter Players! She has participated in One Acts, Fall Plays, & Spring Musicals. Her favorite role was Nikki Crandall in the production of "The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940." Outside of drama, Sierra spends most of her time in Wind Symphony, playing piano & bassoon. She plans to pursue music as a career and plans on attending Biola University in Southern California for Commercial Music in the fall. Sierra would like to thank her family for their support & Dr. Gilbert for teaching her and helping her grow into the actress she wanted to be.

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