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Renaissance Announces Annie Cast List, Ticket Availability

26 Sep , 2018  

The Renaissance Performing Arts Association is pleased to announce the cast for Annie.  Annie is the second show in the 2018-2019 Richland Bank Broadway Series, running November 10-11 and November 17-18, 2018 on the stage of the Renaissance Theatre. Ryan Shealy will be the Director and Kelly Knowlton will be the Music Director for the production.

McKenna Stoffer



Annie: McKenna Stoffer

Pepper: Nykera Gardner

Duffy: Lydia Miller

July: Kristin Kaufman

Molly: Georgia Knowlton

Kate: Isabella Heichel

Tessie: Emma Secrist

Orphan Ensemble:

Aubrey Lamp

Cassandra Kurek

EsaeLynn Cameron

Katie Baughn

Kennedy Lamp

Madalyn Huvler

Naomi Schag


Oliver Warbucks: Colton Penwell

Miss Hannigan: Condrea Webber

Grace Farrell: Maddie Beer

Rooster: Ryan Shreve

Lily: Kristal Lawrence

Bert Healy/Harold Ickes/Bundles: Jacob Poiner

Drake/ Fred McCracken and Wacky: Peter Henkels

Star-to-Be/Boylan Sister: Katie Harrigan

Cecille/Boylan Sister: Ellie Nickoli

Annett/Boylan Sister: Brooke Young

Mrs. Greer: Kayla Kirtland

Mrs: Pugh: Katie Rafeld

Brandeis/Dog Catcher: Eddie Everhart

Lt. Ward/Cordell Hull: Martin Rawls

Frances Perkins/Sophie: Elizabeth Stillion

Louis Howe/Dog Catcher: Drew Owens

Henry Morgenthau Jr./Eddie: David Baer

Apple Seller/Usherette: Megan Sheppard

McKenna Stoffer, who is a sophomore at Ontario High School, will play the lead character, Annie.  She has performed in over 30 musical theatre productions. Some of McKenna’s favorite roles include the Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jane Banks in Mary Poppins, Little Red Riding Hood in Into the Woods, and Veruca Salt in Willy Wonka. McKenna was most recently seen as a Newsie in the Renaissance Summer Musical – Newsies and as Kassim in MY Theatre’s Disney’s Aladdin Jr.

Annie tells the hopeful of a plucky orphan who is determined to find the parents who abandoned her on the doorstep of an orphanage, run by the cruel, embittered Miss Hannigan. Reminding us that the sun always comes out “Tomorrow,” Annie is a fun-filled adventure of luck, love, and positivity in the face of adversity.

Tickets start at $15 for Annie and are on sale at or at the Box Office and via phone at (419) 522-2726.

Source, Photo: Renaissance Performing Arts Association, Photo: Destination Mansfield

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