Cast and Crew Working Hard on MBS Fall Play, "Inherit the Wind"

Opening night for the MBS fall play, Inherit The Wind, is less than three weeks away, and the cast and crew have been working hard on this year’s production. The show will be staged in Founders Hall from Wednesday, November 9 through Saturday, November 12.

The talented cast will include (in order of appearance):

Ava D’Agostino ’26 — Melinda/Townsperson
Joey Laviola ’26 — Howard Blair/Townsperson
Indiya Weinmann ’25 — Rachel Brown
Jack Gonyea ’25 — Meeker
Daniel Raimer ’26 — Bertram Cates
Julia Karosen ’26 — Storekeeper/Jury/Townsperson
Bridget Ewing ’24 — Mrs. Krebs/Jury/Townsperson
Dylan Mandel ’23 — Rev. Jeremiah Brown
Meera Iyer ’25 — Corkin/Jury/Townsperson
Charlotte Sussman ’25 — Bannister/Jury/Townsperson
Jonathan Spencer ’25 — Dunlap/Townsperson
Gabby Urbano ‘24 — Platt/Jury/Townsperson
Tyler Pottratz ’26 — Bollinger/Jury/Townsperson
Victoria Zardoya ’24 — Cooper/Jury/Townsperson
Hannah Everett ’23 — Mrs. Loomis/Townsleader
Emily Conroy ’26 — Hot Dog Hawker/Townsperson
Paige Benton ‘25 — Mrs. Mclain/Townsperson
Kaitlin Brown ’24 — Mrs. Blair/Townsperson
Simeon Williams ’26 — Elijah/Jury/Townsperson
Maggie Ahern ’23 — Hornbeck
Allison Delzo ’26 — Timmy/Townsperson
Banker/Townsperson - Adin Kasmin
Gwyneth Geoghan ’25 — Mrs. Stebbins/Townsperson
Kaitlin Blount ’23 — Drummond
Adin Kasmin ’24 — Mayor
Sal D’Agostino ’23 — Brady
Julia Bavoso ’23 — Mrs. Brady
Andi Bergman ’25 — Photographer/Townsperson
Matias Cortes ’25 — Davenport
Jack Bailey ’24 — Sillers/Jury/Townsperson
Henry D’Andrea ’24 — Judge
Juliana Falzon ’26 — Eskimo Pie Hawker/Townsperson
Shira Radin ’24 — Radio Man/Townsperson

Inherit The Wind is a fictional retelling of the 1925 "Scopes Monkey Trial," in which a young Tennessee school teacher was charged with teaching Charles Darwin's Theory of Evolution. The play, which was written in 1955, not only serves up a debate about creationism and evolution, but also explores the ongoing conflict between different belief systems and our right to think for ourselves, a conflict that remains topical today.

The play will be staged in Founders Hall at 7:30 p.m. on November 9, 11, and 12.  There will be a 3:30 p.m. matinee on Thursday, November 10.


 

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