Posted Date: 02/04/2022
Due to severe weather, Union Public Schools Fine Arts' production of “Disney’s Freaky Friday: A New Musical” has been rescheduled for 7 p.m. February 10-12 at the Union Performing Arts Center, 6636 S. Mingo Road.
Heritage Veterinary Hospital and Open The World With A Book present the Union Public Schools Fine Arts production of “Disney’s Freaky Friday: A New Musical” at 7 p.m. February 10-12 at the Union Performing Arts Center, 6636 S. Mingo Road.
The Union Fine Arts Department is pleased to announce that tickets are now available for this year’s All-School musical, Freaky Friday. Performances will be in the Union Performing Arts Center on the High School campus on February 10-12, 2022 at 7:00 PM.
We are once again using ShowTix4U as our official online ticket vendor. Please use the following link to purchase tickets from the ShowTix4U website:
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED ONLINE THROUGH SHOWTIX4U. There will be no box office, will call or cash sales available at the door on show nights.. You must present your tickets electronically at the door on your phone or mobile device. Or if you prefer, you can always print your tickets at home and present them at the door for admission. Masks are recommended for all patrons!
Union employees are eligible to receive two free tickets and should follow the instructions emailed to them by Jamie Ward on 1/25/2022. Employees have until Wednesday, February 2 to take advantage of this offer!
Holders of the Union All-Sports Pass or the Union GoldKey Pass should send an email to [email protected] and indicate that they would like to receive a ticket using their pass. Further instructions will then be emailed to them. Holders of these passes can also call the Fine Arts Department at 918-357-7414 for more information on ordering using their pass.
For more information, please email the Fine Arts Department at [email protected] or call us at 918-357-7414.
When an overworked mother and her teenage daughter magically swap bodies, they have just one day to put things right again.
“We hope to see you at the show!” director Troy Powell said.
“Freaky Friday,” a new musical based on the celebrated novel by Mary Rodgers and the hit Disney films, is a heartfelt, comedic, and unexpectedly emotional update on an American classic. By spending a day in each other's shoes, Katherine and Ellie come to appreciate one another's struggles, learn self-acceptance, and realize the immeasurable love and mutual respect that bond a mother and daughter.
“Beginning in October of 2021, around 130 Union students ranging from pre-kindergarten to 12th grade began the rehearsals for the show,” Powell said. “Students have stayed after school Mondays through Thursdays since then to learn dance numbers, rehearse songs, and block each scene. As COVID-19 spread throughout the past two years it had caused many changes and tested the theatre program, but our Fine Arts’ department remains resilient and continues to push out beautiful and dynamic shows.”
Director: Troy Powell
Associate Director: Tony Schneider
Music Director: Scott Zenthoefer
Technical Director Jeff Spatz
Associate Music Director: Daniel Frerichs
Choreographer: Sierra Pruitt
PAC Technical Staff: Bryan Deyo and Daniel Brough
Lighting Designer TJ Moore
Assistant to the Associate: Nigel McGumphrey
Assistant Director/Stage Manager: Kennedy Tolar
Cast: Claire Caldron, McKenna Brown, Christopher Flippo, Makayla Federline, Zoe Wolf, Em Thomas, Isabella Nguyen, Brody Brugman, Landon Brown, Joe Carlson, Hadley Brown, Sarah Starnella, Lauren Hemm, Audrey Rhodes, Sarah Pevehouse, Hayden Laub, Tegan Fouts, Kersey Jones, Destiny Pierce, Sydney Funkhouser, Sydney Greeno, Ariana Reagor, Alexander Raza, Zoey Marrs, Stephanie Trotman, Yuvia Saldivar, Holten Taylor, Colin Morgan, Jase Harris, Scout Clark, Isabelle Beerens, Grace Otterstrom, CJ Grammar, Gloria Shelton, Mackenzie Silverman, Lydia McClain, Alyssa Viets, Megan Moran, Will Dean, Tony Blackburn, Sanlun Khup, Anna Dao, Kyleigh Elias, Celeste Duran, Cici Troxell, Shay Bills, Aaliyah Morris, Alyssa Martin, Cassidy Czachowski, Stuart Elliot Greenaway, Kathleen Salamon, Christopher Dunn, Zakari Young, David Keck, Kaitlyn Shannon, Charli Silverman, Denell Marshall, Gloria Friend, Tomas Ferrell, Jake Douthitt, Ian Powell, William Gardner, Brinlee Stockstill, Hayden Rayls, Ronnie Lester, Claire Zenthoefer, Emily Argabright, Rori Silverman, Abigail Covey, Taylin Lay, Aurora Long, Avery Pensa, Caleb Shelton, Michael Shelton, Henry Schell, Liam Schell, Abigayle Hurst, Jayla Betts, Danny K Powell, Tatum Alexander, Maggie Bennett, Tara Myers, Kellan Myers, RaeLee May, Riley Martin, Sophia Starnella, Jaedyn Winett Tech: Kennedy Tolar, Jenna Bit-Shawish, Riley Black, Andrew Johns, Cailin Vaught, Aaron Nevener, Jon Dinh, Kaya Warren, Boan Korakis, Josiah Vargas, Anna Bennett, Grey Davison, Kendall Ober, Rylan Bates, Jessica Clanton, Tosha Harrelson, Hailey Jameson, Jenna Mielcarek, Ryder Millikin, Xander Ontko, Harper Perez, Jack Zardus, Allen Brock, and William Spatz.
Union Theatre is proudly sponsored by: Heritage Veterinary Hospital, Open the World With a Book, Million Dreams Cabins, Innovative Artistry, and Unique Collision/Unique Customs.