9 to 5: The Musical - August 16 - September 01, 2019

Highlands Little Theatre

 Who's Who 

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    Dawn Smith

    as Violet Newstead

    Dawn is fresh off her role of Donna Sheridan in the previous productionof Mamma Mia, and is thrilled to have the chance of bringing Violet Newstead alive in 9 to 5. Dawn ismarried and a mother of three. She loves that her whole family have been integrated into the HLT family.They have enjoyed being involved in many productions together over the past several seasons. You haveseen Dawn in many roles and most recently in the cast of this season’s opener of Godspell. She loves being on stage with this cast of 9 to 5. She hopes everyone enjoys and has a big hearty laugh during 9 to 5!!!

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    Hannah Summer

    as Doralee Rhodes

    Hannah recently moved to Sebring in 2017 to pursue the fame and fortune of teaching at the KLC, but when it wasn’t enough she quickly found herself at HLT. This is her fourth show with prior roles as Katie Nana in Mary Poppins (won director’s choice), Sleeping Beauty in Disenchanted, Ali in Mamma Mia, and now Doralee Rhodes, in 9 to 5.  Hannah would like to dedicate this show to her adoring husband, Joel Summer (Dwayne), and is forever thankful he chose to do this show with her. To him she says “I never imagined doing this show without you, Joel. Thank you for being my rock and the best husband in and off the stage!” 

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    Margaret Macbeth

    as Judy Bernly


     is thrilled to be appearing for the second time this season on the main stage of Highlands Little Theatre! She has been previously seen in “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change,” Winifred Banks in “Mary Poppins,” an enthusiastic fan girl in “All Shook Up,” Ruby in “Second Samuel,” as a Wife in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” Velma Von Tussle in “Hairspray,” and Truvy in “Steel Magnolias.” Thank you to the entire cast and crew for your hard work and dedication, her northern and southern family and friends for always being the best (and loudest) audience members, and to her loving husband, Andrew, for his boundless support of her theatricality. 

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