a sophomore, is excited to be working on CLUE after appearing as the White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland.
Noah was also on the sound crew last year for Something Rotten! He would like to thank the directors and the incredible cast for making this production possible as well as everyone who has supported him.
a senior, is thrilled to be working on her twelfth show at CHS! She has loved assistant directing for the first time with CLUE after working props and stage managing other productions. She would like to thank Mr. Luter for giving her this opportunity as well as her parents and siblings for supporting her throughout the process.
(The Motorist / Backup Cop)
a junior, has been involved with the Draco Playhouse since he was a freshmen. He has appeared on stage as Augustus Gloop in Willy Wonka, various roles in The Course Acting Show and Robin in Something Rotten! He wants to thank Mr. Luter for casting him in this wonderful production.
a sophomore, is honored to be part of CLUE. She was most recently seen as one of the featured dancers in Something Rotten! and Alice in Wonderland. She is incredibly grateful to be working with this amazing cast and crew at the Draco Playhouse and for making this such a wonderful experience.
Mary Thomas Hattier
(Cook / Singing Telegram Girl)
a senior, is so excited to return to the Draco Playhouse stage. Mary Thomas has appeared in and worked behind the scenes for many productions both in school and locally. Some of her favorite experiences include directing Alice in Wonderland at CHS, being a featured dancer in Something Rotten! (CHS), and playing the maid in The Coarse Acting Show (CHS). Mary Thomas would like to thank God for giving her the love of performing and the opportunity to be a part of CLUE. She would also like to thank Luter, the crew, and the cast for all of their hard work and for making this show so much fun!
a sophomore, previously appeared in Alice in Wonderland (Tweedle Dum) and Something Rotten! In his free time, Max enjoys spending time with his family and playing piano. He would like to thank his family for their support and Mr. Luter for leading the cast through this production.
a senior, is excited to be behind the scenes for CLUE. She has most recently appeared in The Addams Family (Harrell Theater), Something Rotten! (CHS), and Lightning Thief (New Day). She has also been seen on the stage in James and the Giant Peach (New Day), and past Draco Playhouse productions of Frozen Jr. and Willy Wonka Jr. She is so excited to work with this amazing cast and crew and cannot wait for the rest of this season! She would like to thank Mr. Luter for giving the the opportunity to gain more experience and her parents for supporting her and helping her through the course of the show.
a senior, has appeared as Man in Chair in The Drowsy Chaperone (New Day), Nick Bottom in Something Rotten! (CHS Draco Playhouse - HSMTA Outstanding Lead Actor nomination), Ken Gorman in Rumors (CHS Draco Playhouse), Buddy the Elf in Elf (Harrell), John Darling in Peter Pan (Playhouse on the Square), Jem Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird (Theatre Memphis), Ariel in The Tempest (GCT), and Arty Kurnitz in Lost in Yonkers (GCT). He also directed The Coarse Acting Show and co-directed Alice in Wonderland at CHS. He would like to thank Mr. Luter for his direction and his cast mated for their support and dedication.
a senior, has loved being in her third production at CHS. She has previously performed as a featured dancer in Alice in Wonderland and Something Rotten! and couldn't be more happy with her experience so far. She would like to thank Mr. Luiter for directing this thrilling show and her parents and family for being her biggest supporters.
a junior, has enjoyed appearing in Draco Playhouse productions of Frozen (Kristoff), Willy Wonka (Willy Wonka), and Two By Two (Japheth). He has also played Marius in Les Miserables (New Day) and Lucas in The Addams Family (Harrell). He is excited to share the stage with this talented cast, and he hopes you enjoy the show!
a junior, has appeared in 9 different productions at theaters ranging from New Day Children's Theatre to The Draco Playhouse and has loved them all. Some of his favorite roles have been Red Fang in Big Fish, Ernie Cusack in Rumors and his absolute favorite yet - The Mad Hatter. Liam is very grateful for the family he has found in theatre and the opportunity to play this role and help bring the character to life in hopes of inspiring more people to join theatre. He is also very grateful to his family's support and hopes that he will get to entertain them for more years to come.
(Mr. Boddy / Chief of Police)
a junior, started acting since last year when he played an Oompa Loompa in Willy Wonka and an ensemble role in Something Rotten! Off the stage, Roman is on the CHS Mountain Biking team and is an avid motorsport fan. He has had a lot of fun working on CLUE and hopes you enjoy our show!
a senior, has appeared in Draco Playhouse productions of Willy Wonka Jr. (Mrs. Teavee), Something Rotten! (Ensemble), and Alice in Wonderland (Ensemble). She was also in New Day Children's Theatre production of James and the Giant Peach (Ensemble). She would like to thank her director, Mr. Luter, along with her family for being so supportive.
a junior, recently moved to Collierville from Chicago, where she lived for 16 years. This is her 12th show! Her most recent productions include Chicago, High School Musical 2, The Wizard of Oz, and her favorite, Peter and the Starcatcher. When Bella is not on stage, she loves to lead worship at her church, swim, take voice lessons and work at Starbucks. She is so thankful for her new directors, Mr. Luter and Mrs. Williams and the new friends who have welcomed her into the theatre department and family.
Anneke van Wijk
a senior, is thrilled to be in her fourth production at CHS. She was previously in Willy Wonka Jr (Oompa Loompa), Something Rotten! (Ensemble), and Alice in Wonderland (Alice's Mother). She also appeared in New Day Children's Theatre's The Drowsy Chaperone (Ensemble) this summer. She loves working both on stage and backstage as she assistant stage managed The Coarse Acting Show and ran projections for Two by Two last year. She would like to thank her family for their constant emotional and financial support.