Much Ado About Nothing

James Lane (Conrade) is a freshman theatre major from the small town of Madison, Ohio. Previous acting credits include Les Miserables (Joly), Scrooge (Young Ebenezer/Fred), High School Musical (Jack Scott), and Seussical the Musical (Wickersham). James dedicates the show to his family and beautiful girlfriend, Alexandra. Allister Littrell (Messenger, Watchman) is double-majoring in marketing and finance. This is his first play at Cedarville, but he plans to continue trying out for plays. He is grateful for the chance to be in this production and for his parents’ loving support. Lauren Macks (Dancer) is a freshman pharmacy major. This is her first time on the Cedarville stage. She would like to thank her family and friends for all their love and support over the years. Katherine Marie Nelson* (Assistant Stage Manager) is a junior theatre performance major. She has worked backstage in various contexts and performed in Flowers for Algernon and My Fair Lady ; she is also active in community theatre, where she most recently performed in Footloose and A Christmas Carol . She hopes to pursue professional nonprofit theatre following graduation. Rachel Scherner* (Beatrice) is a senior international studies major. She loves this play and is so excited to be a part of the wonderful cast. She sends thanks to everyone, on and off stage, who has helped this process go smoothly and made this such a fun experience! Karin Schweibold (Dancer, Secretary) is a comprehensive communications major, specializing in theatre. As this is her first year at Cedarville, this is her first performance on this stage. She would like to thank God for His abundant provision and her amazing family who has been with her through thick and thin. Josiah Smith (Don John) is a theatre major. This is Josiah’s first role at Cedarville. He would like to thank his family for their unending support, as well as his advisor, Robert Clements, for encouraging him to follow his dreams. Andrew Vitaliti (Sexton) is a senior international social science major and is excited to be appearing in his first show on the Cedarville stage. He would like to thank his Savior and his family for all the gracious blessings they have bestowed upon him! Callan J. Yeates (Dogberry, Friar) is a sophomore double-majoring in electronic media and theatre performance. He made his Cedarville debut as Colonel Pickering in last winter’s My Fair Lady , and he plans to pursue the entertainment media industry as both a developer and performer. You Can’t Take It With You by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman March 25–27, April 8–10, 2010 Annie book by Thomas Meehan, music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Martin Charnin February 3–5, 10–12, 2011 The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde September 30–October 2, 7–9, 2010 See How They Run by Philip King April 7–9, 14, 16–17, 2011 Upcoming Theatre Productions