GREASE The Musical

Friday, March 1st at 7:00 pm
Saturday, March 2nd at 7:00 pm
Sunday, March 3rd at 3:00 pm
Friday, March 8th at 7:00 pm
Saturday, March 9th at 7:00 pm
Sunday, March 10th at 3:00 pm

Join our Main Street Teens and dust off your leather jackets, pull on your bobby-socks and take a trip to a simpler time as Danny and Sandy fall in love all over again!

It’s the original high-school musical, featuring all the unforgettable songs from the hit movie including You’re The One That I Want, Summer Nights, Hopelessly Devoted To You, Greased Lightnin’ and many more.

So throw your mittens around your kittens and hand jive the night away with the show that’ll make you want to stand up and shout, A-wop-bop-a-loo-bop, a-wop-bam-boom!

Book, Music and Lyrics by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey

“Grease” is presented in special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC

Tickets:

  • Regular – $12
  • Discount – $10

(Discount applies to seniors 62+, children, students, military with ID, & groups of 10+). Senior 62+, child, student and military tickets MUST be purchased at the Box Office or over the phone to receive the discount. Regular price tickets and groups of 10 or more can be purchased online below.

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  • Carson Letner (Keneckie) is very excited to be performing Grease for the first time in his acting career. He has been involved in many other productions such as Hairspray, Beauty and the Beast Jr, and Fiddler on the Roof. He would like to thank not only his parents but all of his friends for supporting him throughout the production of the show.That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. Trees grow in all kinds of ways. They’re not all perfectly straight. Not every limb is perfect.
  • Daniel Easter (Danny) is currently a junior at North Paulding High School, this is his first lead role during his high school career and couldn’t be more thrilled to bring his character to life on stage. He is an active member of the International Thespian Society and part of leadership in the North Paulding Mastery Mixed Choir. His past shows have included High School Musical Jr, Shrek Jr, The Little Mermaid Jr, Beauty and the Beast Jr. His love and dedication for the arts would soon lead him to pursue a career in this field. He is grateful for his instructors and supporters for their endless encouragement.
  • Elliott Westbrook (Sonny) is excited to be playing the part of Sonny in this year’s production of Grease, his 7th play at the Dallas Theater. Other roles include Pinocchio in Shrek, Avery in Charlotte’s Web, Michael in Peter Pan, and an Oompah Loompah in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Off stage, Elliott is currently a 10th grader at Paulding County HS and is a member of the Marching Band, Beta Club, JROTC, and the Rifle Team.That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. Trees grow in all kinds of ways.
  • Grant Still (Doody) is excited to be back on stage at the Dallas Theater. Grant lives in Powder Springs with his family and goes to school at Hillgrove HS. This will be his second performance at Dallas Theater. Grant plays the guitar, piano, and violin and enjoys singing and acting with his friends.That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. Trees grow in all kinds of ways. They’re not all perfectly straight. Not every limb is perfect. Trees grow in all kinds of ways. They’re not all perfectly straight. Not every limb is perfect.
  • Josi Spurlock (Frenchie) has loved playing her role as Frenchy in The Dallas Theater’s Production of Grease in Spring of 2019! She enjoys acting and being a part of musicals, her past works being The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Beauty and the Beast, The Addam’s Family, Shrek JR, Cinderella, and Legally Blonde JR! She would like to thank her family and friends for constantly supporting her through her acting career over the years.That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. Trees grow in all kinds of ways.
  • Maddie George (Jan) is a sophomore at North Paulding High School and is more then thrilled to be in this production. This is her third year doing shows at Dallas Theater, but she has been a part of the acting world for nearly seven years. Her other shows include Peter Pan Jr, High School Musical Jr, The Snow Princess, Shrek Jr, and Beauty and the Beast Jr. Her other experiences come from being a part of both the drama and chorus programs at her high school. She would like to thank her family and voice lesson teacher for getting her to where she is now.
  • Sarah Secrist (Sandy) is a senior at East Paulding High School and is so excited to be playing Sandy in Grease. This is her twenty-first theatrical production. Some of her credits include Beauty and the Beast (Belle) with the Dallas Theatre, All Shook Up (Ensemble/Dance Captain), Fiddler on the Roof (Chava/Ensemble), Into the Woods (Little Red Ridinghood), Anything Goes (Erma/Ensemble), and The Addams Family (Ensemble) with the East Paulding Theatre Company, Children of Eden (Ensemble/Featured Soloist) with Cue West Players, and 13 the Musical (Lucy) with Young Actors Playhouse. She is blessed with supportive family and friends and a wonderful cast and crew. All glory to God.
  • Skylan Lawson (Marty) is super excited to be in the grease production Skylan has been singing ,acting ,and dancing since she was three years-old! This is Skylan second time working in the grease production ! She has been in shows such as “Gabbie’s cooking show” “beauty and the beast “ “anything goes “ “hairspray” “fiddler on the roof “ and many more!That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. Trees grow in all kinds of ways. They’re not all perfectly straight. Not every limb is perfect.
  • Morgan Dudley (Rizzo)
  • Trenton Thompson (Roger)
  • Alexander Fricke (Vince Fontaine) has appeared in several theater productions such as High School Musical Jr, Shrek Jr, and Beauty and the Beast Jr. He is excited to be working in the cast of Grease. Being a homeschool high school Senior he is planning to attend college for a career in acting. He would like to recognize the Disney show “The Sweet Life of Zack & Cody” for inspiring him to take a chance in acting.That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. Trees grow in all kinds of ways.
  • Josh Barnett (Johnny Casino) is VERY excited to be in the production of Grease. He has been in many productions such as: High School Musical, Shrek, Hairspray and many more! When not onstage, Josh likes to hangout with friends and go on adventures. In the future he hopes to achieve his dream of being on Broadway in a revival production of Finding Neverland. He’d like to thank his family members, friends and High school director for their amazing support!That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue.
  • Maci Brown (Cha Cha) is proud to be starring in her second production at the Dallas theater. She was in last season’s Beauty and the Beast production dancing the roles of the Enchantress, plate, wolf, villager, and bar girl. Her first foray into acting was last summer where she was featured as the character Belle in an upcoming major motion picture. Maci has danced competitively regionally and nationally in tap, ballet, and jazz and is a local and regional pageant winner six times over. She has modeled for an international brand and has auditioned for the voice on NBC. Maci is a varsity cheerleader at her school, the Academy of Science, Research, and Medicine where she will be a 2020 honor graduate.
  • Megan McCabe (Mrs. Lynch) has really enjoyed being a part of Grease. She also appeared as one of the Silly Girls in Beauty and the Beast Jr. last year at the Dallas Theater. Off stage, she participates in both Boy and Girl Scouts, and plays the alto saxophone in concert band. After high school, she plans to pursue a degree in nursing, but hopefully still participate in theater. Her favorite musical is a tie between Phantom of the Opera and Hamilton.That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it.
  • Olivia Davis (Patty Simcox) is delighted to be included in Grease! Olivia has participated in various school productions, including Beauty and the Beast Jr, Wizard of Oz, The Little Mermaid Jr, and Legally Blonde Jr. She would like to thank her mom for driving her everywhere, and her dad for telling her when she’s being an idiot. She would also like to thank her cat, Logan, for the support he gives.That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue.
  • Tanner Bemister (Eugene) is a sophomore at East Paulding High School and this is the second musical he has performed in. He is an active enthusiast of art, theatre, writing, sculpting and is an avid supporter and fan of stop motion animation. The other show he has performed in is “Hairspray” around December of last year (as Harriman F. Spritzer) and he is ecstatic to have this opportunity to perform with such a talented cast of individuals. He would like to give a special thanks to everyone in the Dallas Theater cast and crew, everyone in the EPHS Theatre Co., and a massive thanks to his musical theatre director at EPHS, Britt Hensley, as well as his friends and family.
  • Zach Parsons (Teen Angel) is thrilled to be in his first production of Grease. Zach has acted in other productions at the Dallas Theater and the Grand Theatre in Cartersville which include Seussical, The Lion King, Cheaper by the Dozen and Jack and the Magic Beans. In his spare time, Zach likes to compose and play music on different instruments. He would like to thank his parents for their encouragement and support for his love of acting and music.
  • Abigail Roper (Ensemble) is excited to be back onstage with The Dallas Theater after her first appearance in Shrek jr. in 2017. Abigail has been dancing since the age of two, been in chorus since the fourth grade and in musicals since Kindergarten, so she thoroughly enjoys the arts! This her 10th musical production to be apart of, with her current role outside of The Dallas Theater being Chiffon in Paulding County High School’s production of The Little Shop of Horrors. Abigail is apart of many school clubs, The Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, and her church’s youth group. When she grows up, she aspires to be a veterinarian. Abigail would like to thank her friends and family (especially her mom), and you all for coming. Enjoy the show!
  • Bailee Adams (Ensemble) is very excited to be in the musical Grease for the first time. She has also been seen in Beauty and the Beast Jr. at the Dallas Theater. Her school plays include Singing in the Rain JR. and Peter Pan Jr. She would like to thank her family for all their support and love. A special thanks to all the case of Grease and the Dallas Theater.That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. Trees grow in all kinds of ways. They’re not all perfectly straight. Not every limb is perfect.
  • Blake Bowman (Ensemble) is so excited to be in this production of Grease. Blake’s theater experience include David in The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. John in Peter Pan, and Don Lockwood in Singin’ in the Rain. He also looks forward to playing his first villain part in Aladdin as Jafar. When Blake’s not acting he enjoys soccer and going to church.That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. Trees grow in all kinds of ways. They’re not all perfectly straight. Not every limb is perfect.
  • Carly Potts (that funny one from the ensemble) is somewhere between uptown girl and killer queen. She says that when she is elected president of the world mosquitos will be illegal and everyone’s ringtones will be set to that one jingle that goes, “safelight repair, safelight replace.” So get ready.That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. Trees grow in all kinds of ways. They’re not all perfectly straight. Not every limb is perfect. Trees grow in all kinds of ways. They’re not all perfectly straight. Not every limb is perfect.
  • Katelyn Godfrey (Ensemble) is so excited to be in her first production at the Dallas Theater. Grease has been such a fun experience and she loves all the new friends she’s made. When not on stage, Katelyn likes to sing, write and make short films with her friends. She would like to thank her family for supporting her and her friends for all of their encouragement. She also wants to give a special shoutout to Shakiya!That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. Trees grow in all kinds of ways. They’re not all perfectly straight. Not every limb is perfect.
  • Mia Gonzalez (Ensemble) is the star of the Gonzalez family. She loves the limelight and loves performing in the arts. Mia is active in Paulding County 4H’s project achievement competitions in Performing Arts. This year would be her first time performing in Grease as part of the ensemble cast. Mia’s interests are archeology, history, theater and dance. Ideally, she would play a singing and dancing “Evelyn Carnahan”, the beautiful librarian from the movie, “The Mummy”.That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. Trees grow in all kinds of ways. They’re not all perfectly straight. Not every limb is perfect.
  • Peyton Spurlock (Ensemble) This is Peyton’s first musical, however, she is no stranger to the stage. Peyton is also a dancer, having taken Hip Hop dance from the age of 8 until she was 12. She has had opportunities to dance at the Dallas Theater and Disney World. Outside of the performing world, Peyton has also played fast pitch softball for 5 years. Peyton is a member of New Season Church in Dallas where she is a part of the student ministry where she frequently leads worship. Peyton hopes that you enjoy this production of GREASE! Peyton would like to thank her bed…for always being so supportive!
  • Trinity Lane (Ensemble) This is Trinity Lane’s first musical at Dallas Theater but has performed in many other school productions starting in 5th grade. Her favorite role was The White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland. She hopes everyone enjoys the show!That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. Trees grow in all kinds of ways. They’re not all perfectly straight. Not every limb is perfect. Trees grow in all kinds of ways. They’re not all perfectly straight. Not every limb is perfect.
  • Victoria Bissette (Ensemble) is so excited to be in this production of Grease. Previous credits include Brenda and Beatnik Chik in East Paulding High School’s production of Hairspray. When not on stage Victoria likes to read, bake, workout, and make coffee. She’d like to thank her fellow castmastes, friends, parents, an cats for their support with a special thank you to her Grandmother for always bringing her food and getting her to rehearsal on time.That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it.
  • Hunter Rakestraw (Ensemble)
  • Shelley Hubbard (Producer) is grateful to make Grease her 14th show with the Dallas Theater. Prior to the Dallas Theater, Shelley received Stage Management and Directing training at the University of West Georgia and the Alliance Theater. She also currently serves as the education director at the Dallas Theater where she teaches Acting I and II. When theater isn’t consuming her life, she enjoys video games and being a foodie. She’s thankful for the cast, crew, and production team for all their hard work and she’s also sorry she clogged everyone’s inboxes with too many emails.
  • Genevieve Lynch (Director) is excited to be directing her fourth show at the Dallas Theater. Previous directing credits include High School Musical, Shrek, and Beauty and the Beast. Ms Lynch has performed, taught and directed at various theatres, performing art schools, and drama camps throughout the country. She is currently the Upper School Drama teacher and director at The Howard School in Atlanta. Enjoy the Show!That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue.
  • Belle-Marie Reynoso (Stage Manager) is enjoying her 6th season at the Dallas Theater. She is currently a student at Kennesaw State University studying Environmental Science, she wants to pursue a career in education. She is so proud of the cast of Grease, and cannot wait to see what else the kids do in their theater lifetimes. She would like to thank her boyfriend Nic, and her dogs Django and Hildie, for their love and support through the rehearsal process. And a big thank you to Shelley for training her when she first started at the Dallas theater, and Hayley her assistant SM for all the coffee runs.
  • Hayley Dowell (Assistant Stage Manager) is very proud to be working on her eighth show with the Dallas theatre. She has previously worked on shows including The Wizard of Oz, Annie, and Beauty and the Beast Jr. She would like to thank the cast and crew for all of the hard work they have done to make the show a success, especially Belle Reynoso, who happens to be her favorite person. That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it.
  • Kayla Lebhaft (Choreographer) is very excited to be working on Grease this season. Her other dance choreography credits include High School Musical, JR, Shrek, JR and Beauty and the Beast, JR. She would like to thank her family for their support, including her dogs, Oliver and Clifford.That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it. That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. But we’re not there yet, so we don’t need to worry about it.
  • Michelle Lokhorst (Music Director)
  • Lead Tech: Jonathan Howard
  • Sound Tech: Taylor McAllister
  • Lighting Technicians: Randy Foster and Alana Lambert
  • Lighting Design: Debi McIntosh
  • Set Construction: Matthew Wells

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