HHS to present M*A*S*H; special offer for veterans

March 28, 2014 

Harrisonville High School will present M*A*S*H April 10-13 in the HHS Performing Arts Center. Performances are scheduled for 7 p.m. on April 10-12 and 2 p.m. on April 13. Advanced tickets are $5 per person and tickets at the door are $7. To reserve tickets, visit www.harrisonvilleschools.org/tickets.

The HHS drama department invites veterans or active military and a guest to attend any performance for free. Those interested can reserve tickets online and include “veteran” in the special offers box.

Veterans and active military are also invited to a special luncheon at 12:30 p.m. before the performance April 13. The lunch will be free to veterans or active military and their families, however reservations must be made by Friday, April 4, by calling 816-380-3273, ext. 6222.

The cast for the production of M*A*S*H includes Mattias Carder, Wyatt Maxwell, Collin Shepherd, Jocelyn Donegan, Trish Price, Chase Robinson, Hannah Gibler, Dalton Ferguson, Trenton Fordyce, Chis Angerman, Jordan Adams, Mark Tanner, Dalton Maes, Matthew Bartlett, Gavin Coose, Dylan Johnson, Reagan Holden, Kaitlynn Eisenbrandt, Samantha Holden, Brooke Rogers, Hannah Welhoff, Caitlin Hahn, Malynn Miller, Kailyn Falkenburg, Tiffany Hartzler, Sam MacKay, Jessica Bloustine, Lia Lloyd, Sarah Bartlett, Suzzie Gaines, Sean Hall, Josie Clark, Garrett Lukenbill, Kira Dill, Conor Tracy, Jeanette Bratcher, Brianna Ewert, Ellis Liles and Matt Welhoff.

The production team for the play includes Timmy Johnico, Amy Roach, Caitlin Hahn, Victoria Liera, Jade Jakubowski, Hannah Welhoff, Kelsey Butler, Sarah Bartlett, Jessica Bloustine, Reagan Holden, Suzzie Gaines, Brooke Rogers, Josie Clark, Hannah Gibler, Kaitlynn Eisenbrandt, Jocelyn Donegan, Trish Price, Tiffany Hartlzer, Todd Fischer, Maggie Welch, Spencer Burton, Emily Roth, Myyon Davis, Tanis Ham, Jimmy Carotneuti, Dylan Johnson and Shaun Ritter.

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