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9 to 5: See musical on stage Feb. 29 to March 2

Students will take control of the office world as they perform 9 to 5 The Musical at the auditorium. Music and lyrics were written by Dolly Parton and the musical is based on the book by Patricia Resnick and the hit 1980 movie. This production is Rated PG-13 for minor language and drug/alcohol references.

The show will be performed Thursday, Feb. 29 at 7 p.m., Friday, March 1 at 7 p.m. and Saturday March 2 at 2 p.m. and again at 7 p.m.

“It has been challenging but refreshing to work on a comedy this year. This show is a huge undertaking, with showstopping numbers that would challenge even the most seasoned Broadway pros. I am so proud of the work they have done, while continuing to keep up with school work, jobs, sports, church and the many other plates there are to balance in the life of a theatre kid. I can’t wait for the community to see the result,” said director Lori Bush. “Just remember that this isn’t a story for young children … if you’ve watched the movie you’ll remember the plot. We’ll be taking the audience back to a time where the workplace was not super friendly to women. Teens and adults can definitely appreciate the humor, and see the importance of celebrating the unsung heroes, both men and women, who helped change the culture of life from 9 to 5!”

The cast includes Violet, played by Maelee Hendrix, Doralee, played by Kaite Hedden, Judy, played by Morgan Pitts, Roz, played by Christine Raposa, Mr. Hart, played by Xander Potter, Joe, played by Caleb Smith, Dwayne, played by Timmy Walker, Josh, played by Bowen Cochran, Dick, played by Cole Banks, Missy, played by Brooklyn Strader, Maria, played by Abby Berry, Kathy, played by Alyssa Taylor, Margaret, played by Elizabeth Anderson, Bob, played by Loretta Navarro and Tinsworthy, played by Ryan Waddell.

The Featured Ensemble includes Detective, played by Loretta Navarro, Doctor, played by Summer Godwin, Intern, played by Addie Williams, Candy Striper, played by Jasmine Smitko and New Employee, played by Sarah Anne Jones.

The Featured Dancers include Sarah Anne Jones, Jordan Eidson, Addie Williams, Maya Gales, Brooklyn Strader, Melissa Ray, Millie Smith and Addison Stanfield.

The Ensemble includes Ben Sickmann, Mallory Miller, Courtney Allen, Charlie Thurston, Ashleigh Poss, Lila Hunsucker, Kaylee Landers, Essence Dunlap,
Emma Harrison, Michelle Huddleston, Kathryn Cotter, Annabella Collins and Styrlin Rowland.

The crew includes Director Lori Bush, Student Director Macey McElwaney, Music Director Lauren Pitts, Lead Choreographer Ali Gregg and Student Choreographer Sarah Anne Jones.

The Set Design and Construction crew includes Brian and Lori Bush with lights by Lori Bush and sound by John Gilby. 
The Stage Manager is Ayala Weiner. 
The Stage Crew includes Annie Peaden, Braxton Earls, Christopher Gilby, Katie Governo, Katie Lewis, Kyleigh Stanfield, Natalee Rogers, Tatym Brown,
Chloe Lowry, Savanna Holtzclaw and Zach Bennett.

Tickets can be purchased at the door. Tickets are $12 for adults and $6 for students. Children 3 and under are free and Pike teachers and staff are admitted free with their ID.

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