Cast announced for CCHS fall musical, ‘Cinderella’

By James Grob,

The Charles City High School music and drama departments have announced that Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” will be the high school musical this fall. Performances will be Nov. 2 and 3 at 7 p.m. and Nov. 4 at 3 p.m. at the old middle school, the North Grand Building in Charles City.

Auditions were held last week and the play has been cast, with rehearsals starting this week.

The title role of Cinderella will be played by Olivia Wolfe, while the Prince will be played by Nathan Shultz.

Cinderella’s stepsisters will be played by Lily Woodard and McKenna Oleson. Emily Woodard will play the Queen, Aaron Montemayor will play the King, Ruby Peterson will play the Stepmother and Madi Lincoln will play the Fairy Godmother.

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella is a Tony Award-winning musical comedy that has a contemporary take on the classic story. Songs include such classics as  “In My Own Little Corner,” “Impossible” and “Ten Minutes Ago.”

Cinderella Cast List 2018


Cinderella — Olivia Wolfe

Prince — Nathan Shultz

Queen — Emily Woodard

King — Aaron Montemayor

Stepmother — Ruby Peterson

Godmother — Madi Lincoln

Town Crier — Griffin Franksain

Capt .Guard — Sincere Collins

Chef/Father — Cael Ruzicka

Steward — Christian Howe

Court Tailor — Abram Marth


Joy — Lily Woodard

Portia — McKenna Oleson


Mother — Anastasia Baldus

Daughter — Rosie Baldus

1 girl — Josie Groesbeck

2 girl — Leslie Villagomez

3 girl — Amber Smith

Oldest sister — Bailey Mhyre

Sloppy girl — Eliza Wolford

Studious girl — Bethany Linde

Grandma — Ashlyn Cother

Townspeople/Ballroom Dancers

Makenna Jensen, Shane Fleming, Aliyah Ortiola, Laurie Hart, Emma Shmiedel, Olyvia Zuspan, Sam Alinea

Tech Crew

Stage Manager — Kristin George

Asst. Stage Manager — Aliyah Rodemaker

Prop Master — Olivia Martin

Lights — Isaiah Ortiola

Sound — Josiah Carr

Make-up — Bethany Jones, Harley Wilson

Stage hands/set crew

Gea Calpito, Ivan Estaris, Erica David, Edgina David, Jacquelyn Rutherford, Matt Hammond, Katie Sindt