Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - April 09

Paschal High School Fort Worth

 Crew Who's Who 

  • Drew Weesner head shot

    Drew Weesner


    Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is Weesner's 8th show to direct at PHS. Although he very much enjoyed coaching all the horror & death scenes in the show, Mr. Weesner is actually a chicken and refuses to watch scary movies, including "The Little Mermaid" which he did not watch all the way through until he was 27 years old. "Thanks to everyone but who is awesome... not Ursula."

  • Jacob Clemmons head shot

    Jacob Clemmons

    Associate Director

    Mary Shelley's Frankenstein has been special to Mr. Clemmons. This show rounds out to his fifth show as Assistant Director, and what a show to be a part of! "I am so incredibly thankful for this amazing cast. Thank you for putting your faith into myself and Weesner, and thank you for giving your all each and every day. You all have made my first year here a true blessing."

  • Haley Hooper head shot

    Haley Hooper

    Stage Manager

    Haley is a senior. Beginning in costumes, she eventually make her way to stage manager, stage managing Mamma Mia, Elf, Little Women, Beauty and the Beast, Clue, and many other productions. “Thank you to all the people who have poured into the theatre department and made it the place it is. Also, thank you to my friends and family for being a never ending source of support.

  • Charlotte Horton head shot

    Charlotte Horton

    Assistant Stage Manager

    Charlotte is a Junior at Paschal High School. Her first show in theatre was in the Paschal production of Sally Cotter and the Censored Stone in fall of 2023. She has since worked on Little Women and Elf. "Thank you to my wonderful friends, family, and teachers for their support, and to my fellow company members for their hard work and dedication.”

  • Rosie Griffith head shot

    Rosie Griffith

    Lighting Technician

    Rosie is a Senior at Paschal High School. She has been a part of 12 Theatre productions during her time at Paschal including Mamma Mia! and Kodachrome. She would like to thank her family, friends, and directors for supporting her.

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