Alverno High School to Present Godspell April 25, 26

Main cast, back row: Nicolas Hammond, Alessia Pacciuli, Micah Sanders, Toby Bradford. Front row: Cynthia Lee, Amy Aghajanian, Ciara Madigan and Ariana Shafai. Photo courtesy of Alverno High, click to enlarge

Press Release posted 4/20/13 - Alverno High School is proud to present Stephen Schwartz and John-Michael Tebelak’s Godspell on April 25 and 26 at 7:00 p.m. the Lanterman Theater in La Cañada.

Told almost entirely through song, Godspell presents the Gospel of Matthew to a group of modern “hipsters” spending time in a city junkyard. Leaving their technology behind to connect with one another and the message of the Gospel, the musical takes its presence from the revised 2011 Broadway version with new vocal arrangements.

The ensemble cast of Godspell includes Alverno freshmen Emma Andres, Aja Gerardo, and Jackie Hischier; sophomore Jackie Molina; juniors Reagan Dowd, Madison Mennie, and Cassie Shima; and seniors Lindsay Fisher, Tracey Janzen, PJ Lakatos (St. Francis High School) and Lauren Moore-Sanchez.

The main cast of Godspell includes Micah Sanders as Jesus, Nicolas Hammond as Judas, and Toby Bradford (Marshall High School) as John. Alverno seniors Alessia Paciulli and Ariana Shafai along with freshmen Amy Aghajanian, Cynthia Lee, and Ciara Madigan star as lost “hipsters” learning life lessons from Sanders’ Jesus.

Presale tickets to Godspell may be purchased from the Alverno office for $12 and for $15 at the door at the Lanterman Theatre.

Alverno High School is located at 200 North Michillinda Avenue in Sierra Madre and the Lanterman Theater is located at 4491 Cornishon Avenue, La Cañada Flintridge.

About Alverno High School

Alverno High School is a Catholic, private, college preparatory school for young women dedicated to preparing them to function in a society as informed, knowledgeable persons, who have the requisite skills to make and implement mature decisions about complex problems. Enlivened by the spirit of its Immaculate Heart Community sponsors, and mindful of the Franciscan roots of its founders, Alverno’s program—academic, spiritual, aesthetic, social, and physical—is shaped by the staff, trustees, and students in light of the world for which the students are being educated. Alverno’s mission is to empower each young woman to be exactly the person she wants to be and since 1960, Alverno has empowered more than 4,100 women to meet that goal. For more information about Alverno High School, please call 626-355-3463 or visit www.alverno-hs.org.

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