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February 2, 3, 9 & 10 at 7 pm
February 4 & 11 at 2 pm

Adult $15 Students 18 and under $10

Box Office hours: Weeknights 5-7 pm, Saturdays 10am-noon

"The Diary of Anne Frank" is being directed by Anne Blankenship with Katie Hildal, production manager/stage manager
Dramatized by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett Based on the book Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl
Presented through Dramatists Play Service Inc.

"The Diary of Anne Frank" remains profoundly relecant in today's world, echoing the enduring themes of prejudice
and divisiveness. Anne's poignant account of hiding with her family and four Jews from persecution during the
Holocaust serves as a reminder of the consequences of unchecked hatred. The play highlights the resilience of the
human spirit amid adversity and underscores the importance of empathy in the face of prejudice. It is a powerful
catalyst for reflection, compeling audiences to strive for a more compassionate world, kind, and inclusive world.

Karina Murray as Anne Frank
Dale Arends as Otto Frank
Lindsay Henderson as Edith Frank
Caroline Ehn as Margot Frank
Rachel Derrig as Miep Geis
Joe Gail as Mr. Kraler
Mark Andrew as Mr. Van Daan
Susan Andrew as Mrs. Van Daan
Max Anderson as Peter Van Daan
Brady Winter as Mr. Dussel

Rehearsal Assistant Abby Sharp
Stage Manager Bryce Hrnicek
Lights Sarah Lindstrom
Lighting Design Sam Ose
Sound Ann McLaughlin
Set Design & Construction Al Yungclas, Patrick O'Laughlin, Wil Groves
Set Artistry Carol Zills, Jane Adams
Costumes Tami Hajlik, Loween Getter
Publicity Loween Getter
Hair Stylist Jeanette Tempel
House Manager Sylvia Vust

Auditions ~ February 18 & 19 at 6 pm

Scripts are available at the Kendall Young Library for three (3) day checkout through February 16th Directed by Loween Getter | Production Manager Katie Hildal
"Clue" is based on the iconic 1985 movie which was inspired by the classic Hasbro board game. It's a farce-meets-murder mystery. The tale begins at a remote mansion, where six mysterious guest assemble for an unusual dinner party where murder and blackmail are on the menu. When their host turns up dead, they all become suspicious. Led by Wadsworth, the butler, Miss Scarlet, Professor Plum, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock and Colonel Mustard race to find the killer as the body count stacks up.

This whodunit will leave the audience in stitches as they try to figure out...WHO did, WHERE they did it, and with WHAT!

Watsworth, a traditional British butler; the driving force in the play
Yvette, a loyal and sexy French maid
Miss Scarlet, a dry, sardonic D.C. madam, more intereted in secrets than sex
Mrs. Peacock, the wealthy wife of a senator; a bit batty, neueotic and quick to hysteria
Mrs. White, a pale, morbid, tragic woman; may or may nto be the murderer of her 5 ex-husbands
Colonel Mustard, a puffy, pompous, dense blowhard of a military man
Professor Plum, an arogant academic, easily impressed with himself
Mr. Green, a timid yet officious rule follower; awfully anxious
Ensemble Women to play the Cook, Singing Telegram Girl, and extra
Ensemble Men to play Mr. Body, the motorist and cop

We will be looking for crew members as well. Just let us know if you are interested!

About Us

WCCT has been entertaining people since it incorporated in 1968. Join us as we celebrate our 55th season. We are a completely volunteer organization, drawing participants and audiences from a wide area.

We are proud members of the Iowa Community Theatre Association, American Association of Community Theatre,  Webster City Iowa Area Chamber of Commerce and Fort Dodge Area Fine Arts Association.

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