Mining Our Past – Drama at SMHS

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San Manuel Miner – March 1977

Wolfman play planned Friday, Saturday in SM

  “Thursday Meets the Wolfman”, a production by the Drama I class at SMHS, will be presented on Friday and Saturday, March 25 and 26 at the high school auditorium beginning at 7:30 pm.

  Students who have been working hard to make this performance include Mark Henderson and Angel Trejo sharing the role of Dr. Alec Trode; Roxie Clouse and Kari Robbins alternating as the Little Girl; Joe Garcia and Ronnie Gomez as the Mummy and Susie Borden as Geneen Crestbill.

  Also Danny Watson as Sgt. Joe Thursday; H.T. Stanaland as Officer Henry Honker; Steve Seppala and Sergio Montes as Mayor Steadfast and Mallory Hurley as Tammy Token.

  Along with Mary Neilson as the Woman; Sandy Acosta as Hazel Nutt; Joellen Thomas as Mary Jane Manic; Joni Donaldson as Frankette Stein; Miguel Canez and Frank Torres will alternate turns as Harry Shepherd; Linda Rich as Cass Andray; and Andy Isbel and Brian Stevenson will share the role of Wolfman.

  Barbara Jones, a Drama II student, will direct the play. Ms. Peggy Mullinax is sponsor.

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