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ADAM'S APPLE

Affton Senior High School Drama Dept. presents
a world premiere
Book, Music, and Lyrics by Scott Miller
Nov. 20-21, 1981
Affton Senior High School, St. Louis

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SYNOPSIS
Adam Graham is just an ordinary, nerdy, drama kid, who has an unhealthy attraction to the school’s sluttiest ball-buster, Angela. It takes losing his best friend and getting cruelly dumped for Adam to hit rock-bottom and realize he always had everything he needed to be happy inside himself.

THE CAST
Adam Graham – Chris Honigfort
Charley Williams – Darren Thompson
Ralph Stingleman – Jeff Kinderman
Fuzz Daniels – Craig George
Angela Richardson – Ann Pierce
Sherri – Stephanie McDowell
Skip Washington – Steve Murray
Mrs. Mildred Pyewacket – Laurie Plant
Mary Baxter – Linda Meyer
Principal Winslow – Chris Pratt
Mephistopheles – Jeff Amann
Ensemble – Paul Abbott, Debbie Amann, Laurie Amann, Pat Berry, Ray Blaskow, Sue Boll, Barb Dalton, Tom Garavaglia, Nancy Hasselbring, Cindy Klamert, Pam Lichtenstein, Margo McCarthy, Billie McDaniel, Greg Melroy, Chris Newton, Cindy Rethemeyer, Eric Seider, Lisa Sharamitaro, Al Varvil, Jeanie Vasel, Mike Vogt, Beth Wanner, Kevin Wagoner, Mary Wagoner, Rick Ward, Annetta West

THE ARTISTIC STAFF
Director – Judith Rethwisch
Music Director – Scott Miller
Choreographer – Clydea Hampel
Stage Mangers – Patti Mudd, Guy Loyd
Student Directors – Pam Lichtenstein, Stephanie McDowell
Student Choreographers – Greg Melroy, Beth Wanner, Annetta West
Set Director – Don Horstman
Scenic Design – Sue Boll
Set Construction Manager – Colleen Sippel
Lighting Designers – Paul Heuman, Steve Ripper
Costume Director – Jean Mudd
Props Manager – Donna Kettler
Make-Up Directors – Mary Wagoner, Pat Salvo

THE BAND
Piano – Scott Miller
Bass – Tina Horstman
Percussion – Mike Hackett

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