The King & I – Nov. 16-19, 2011

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 The Cast:

The King – Gary Daniel
Anna Leonowens – Lorie Loftus
Louis Leonowens – Jaxon Buchanan
Lady Thiang – Kim Buchanan
Tuptim – Ellie Loftus
Lun Tha – Evan Huang
The Kralahome – Mark Kalal
The Interpreter – Matt Daniel
Phra Alack – Matt Daniel
Captain Orton – Shawn Buchanan
Prince Chululongkorn – Wesley Hathaway
Sir Edward Ramsay – Scott Jenkins
Princess Ying Yaowlak – Grace Harnack

 

Royal Wives:
Rachel Allen
Barbara Baker
Brielle Buchanan
Baylee Buchanan
Keri Cross
Sam Harnack
Laura Lopeman
Hattie McKay
Marianne Mrak
Valerie Vidal
Crystal Updyke
Katelynn Douglas

 

Amazons:
Gus Holz
Aunders Hallsten

 

Deckhands:
Gannett Loftus
Jace Buchanan
Isaac Loftus

Royal Children:
Jorell Ballard
Karlon Ballard
Zubastian Cross
Janae Arne
Jane Cloniger
Rachael Essington
Madison Friend
Kirstin Klaren
McKenna Legerski
Hannah LaBuda
Haley Boulter
Trevor Moritsch
Tyler Moritsch
Olivia Pape
Nicolas Smith
Sofia Smith
Claire Stough

 

Priests of Siam:
Paul Hagenstein
Matt Daniel
Shawn Buchanan
Scott Jenkins
Evan Huang
Mark Kalal

 

Royal Dancers:
Barbara Baker
Julie Barnes
Megan Bruce
Baylee Buchanan
Shawn Buchanan
Brenda Cockshutt
Keri Cross
Matt Daniel
Evan Huang
Julie Konicek
Hadley Pape
Amber Stephens
Laure Winters

 

JohnReturning to Pinedale, as Choregrapher of the Thai Dance, is John Goss.  John was Director of our first musucial, Sound of Music, in November 2008. John started his musical/theatrical life with the Albuquerque boy’s choir where he quickly became a featured soprano singer representing the U. S. in a European tour in 1976. Having caught the musical bug, he became very involved with the Community Theatre in Albuquerque, having performed in 20 different productions including Bye Bye Birdie where he played the title role.

His more prominent acting roles include; “Dr. Jykle” and “Mr. Hyde”, “The Beast”, In Beauty and the Beast, “Dr. Frankenstein”, “Will”, in Oklahoma, “The Dentist”, in Little Shop of Horrors, “Matt”, in Fantastick’s and “Raoul”, in The Phantom. He later found himself at Boulder’s Dinner Theatre going to and from there, to working in Denali Alaska and performing on Cruise ships. He has choreographed many shows for Aspen Community Theatre, including “The Music Man” in 2009.
John is Artistic/Managing Director of Glenwood Vaudeville Revue in Glenwood Springs, CO.


 

DavidDavid Dyer, Guest Conductor, has been working in the field of musical theatre and cabaret as a music director, arranger and collaborative pianist for over 30 years. You may also remember David from Sound of Music. He holds a degree in music from The University of Northern Colorado, and was a pianist and arranger at The Crystal Palace in Aspen, CO for twenty-three years. David has worked in numerous summer stock, regional and community theatres. His arranging credits are diverse, and as an accompanist and solo pianist, his musical talents have taken him to many places in the world, including an annual engagement in Mykonos, Greece, the Wexford Festival in Ireland, concert cabaret tours of Germany and Switzerland, and the maiden voyage of the Renaissance R-7 cruise ship in Europe. He has performed in concert with Bernadette Peters, Kitty Carlisle Hart, Little Anthony and the Imperials, and Professor Kenny Watson, among a variety of other artists. He is currently Music Director at The Arvada Center in Arvada Colorado.