“Into the Woods” begins at 6 p.m. April 20-21, at Greywolf Elementary, 171 Carlsborg Road. Photo by Darcy Lamb

Greywolf delves ‘Into the Woods’ for two nights this week

SEQUIM — Greywolf Elementary School’s drama team brings the stage musical “Into the Woods” to Sequim for two performances this week.

The show begins at 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday in the school’s gymnasium, 171 Carlsborg Road, with donations welcome to support future performances.

The play involves many classic fairy tale characters. A witch, played by Makayla Cotton, takes control of the fates of many iconic characters’ stories, from Cinderella (Auna Rich) to Jack of Jack and the Beanstalk (Jackson Hines).

The remainder of the cast includes Summer Hirst-Lowe as the narrator, Jolene Vaara as the Steward, Jillian Johnston as Cinderella’s Father, Addison Frisby as Cinderella’s Stepmother, Korbyn Domning as Jack’s Mother, Jovi Weller as Rapunzel, Connor Davidson as Rapunzel’s prince, Raimey Brewer as Harp, Gianna Riccobene as Florinde, Sofia Treece as Lucinda, Olivia Carlson as the Baker’s Wife, Ethan Booth as the Baker, Autumn Hirst-Lowe as Granny, Taylor Heyting as the Mysterious Man, Lincoln Bear as Cinderella’s Prince, Auna Rich as Cinderella, Taryn Johnson as Cinderella’s Mother, Jackson Hines as Jack, Ava Welch as the Wolf, Maribeth Stewart as Milky White, Michaela Green as Little Red Riding Hood and Laila Sundin, Jesse Bainbridge and Raquel Hemisillo as trees.

Crew for the show include Emma Vose, Garrett Little, Olivia Ostlund, Talen Gierth, Riley Doig, Madilyn Bennett, Kainoa Goversten and Ellie Woodford. Damon Little directs with assistance from teachers Sheri Burke and Shannon Green.

For more information, call the school at 360-582-3300.

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