Stepsisters - April 17 - April 18, 2019

Carver Middle School

 Who's Who 

  • Emma Shepperson head shot

    Emma Shepperson

    as Drew

    Emma is very excited to be playing the role of Drew in her third Carver Middle school production! Emma is in 8th grade and will be attending the Thomas Dale specialty center for the arts next year. Some of her previous productions include, Annie jr. (Annie), James and the Giant Peach (Ladybug), Snow White (Bashful), and Into the Woods (Little Red Riding Hood).

  • Alyssa Turner head shot

    Alyssa Turner

    as Beth

    Alyssa, exclamation point, is 13 and is in 7th grade. She is very excited to be playing the role of Beth in her first school play. She is passionate about singing and acting and enjoys being in the spotlight. She has also performed in Annie, Beauty and the Beast, Into the Woods, and more. Alyssa is always looking out for her friends and keeping them out of trouble.

  • Josephine Soares De Souza head shot

    Josephine Soares De Souza

    as Ella

    Josie is very excited to play the role of “Ella” in her first Carver Middle production.  Her favorite musicals include Waitress and Falsettos and in her freetime you can find her listening to music or watching The Office. She would like to thank her cast members, family, friends and amazing director for supporting her through this wild ride. Enjoy the show!

  • Olivia Bethune head shot

    Olivia Bethune

    as Crane

    Olivia Bethune is glad to be participating in Stepsisters this year. She has participated in another play in the past, Annie Jr, and is happy to join the wonderful cast of Stepsisters. When she's not acting she enjoys reading, drawing, and watching anime when she should be working on her homework. She hopes you fall in love with the wonderful cast as she has as well.

  • Brayden Timm head shot

    Brayden Timm

    as King

    This is Brayden’s first theatrical performance and is proud that it is at Carver. He's always had a passion for singing and music and felt that auditioning would make him love music even more. At first he questioned his place in theater and slowly as days went on he got used to all the nuances to acting and now considers it a hobby.

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