Stage Door Theatre Summer Youth Camp's season closed Aug. 15 with the musical/comedy "Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr."

The cast of 9- to 14-year-olds

Stage Door Theatre Summer Youth Camp’s season closed Aug. 16 with the musical/comedy “Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr.” in the Enumclaw High School auditorium. Approximately 24 9- to 14-year-old students were involved in the production, which was directed by Stu Johnson. With just four weeks of rehearsals, the students, with the aid of musical director Paul Scott, choreographer Amanda Kelly and assistant director Josh Schipper, took the stage for four performances.

The cast included: Michelle McGrath as Millie Dillmount; Jayson Stager as Jimmy Smith; Morgan Martinson as Mrs. Meers; Haley Humenik as Miss Dorothy Brown; Nic Staley as Ching Ho; Grace Nguyen as Bun Foo; Emily Wolfe as Miss Flannery and Savanna Hansen as Trevor Graydon. The Priscilla Girls were Katelin Wilson, Amanda Keaty, Heather Lynch, Chloe McCoin, Molly Board, Kalliegh Wagner, Lokelani Antonio, Elise Dunning, Maya Arigala, Barbie Becker, Rachel Leeper, Meranda Kelly, Willow Perry and Shannon McHugh. Jared Standley was the man of many faces.

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