RHS Performing Arts to present “Legally Blonde, the Musical”

RHS junior Chloe Rosman will portray Elle Woods in the school’s upcoming production of “Legally Blonde, the Musical.” Pictured with Rosman is Maisie.

The Ralston High School Performing Arts will perform “Legally Blonde, the Musical.”

Performances run Nov. 9 to 11 at 7:30 p.m. each evening along with a 2 p.m. showing on Nov. 12. Performances will take place at the Ralston Performing Arts Centre at Ralston High School, 8669 Park Drive.

Seating is general admission only. Adults are $10 and students/senior citizens are $8. Due to some subject matter, parental guidance is recommended for students under the age of 12.

The award-winning musical is based on the movie and follows the transformation of Elle Woods as she tackles stereotypes and scandal in pursuit of her dreams.

“This movie is action-packed and exploding with memorable songs and dynamic dancing,” said Todd Uhrmacher, RHS theater director. “This musical is so much fun, it should be illegal.”

The play is directed by Jenna McKain and Uhrmacher.

The cast, led by RHS Junior Chloe Rosman as Elle Woods, includes Mac Wallace, Chad Meyers, Katelyn Moening, Cassidy Loucks, Clarissa Tilman, Shawn Davis, Natalie Tompkins, Emma Budzinski, Rachel Kelsey, Katie Kimble, Darien Costello, James Evans, Larissa Prokop, Tyler Bergman, Adia Johnson, Tom Besse, Maggie Krist, Ben Brickner, Jackson Lepert, Johnny Carey, Meegan McAleer, Kristen Chloe Calupe, Madison McAleer, Daley Colestock, Sarah Nguyen, Noelle Phillipi, Kaley Ferguson, Angel Pierson, Kealy Fichser, Alura Seffron, Gerik Howard, Brandon Shuman, Hope Uning, Noelle Miscinski, Rosalie Grosse, Katie Besse, Tracy Caveleri, Kyle Letak, Carlos Martinez, Anthony Carey, Tyler Richards, Pablo Arza, Jackson Morgera, Jessa Self and Marisa McCormick. Stage manager is Patrick Swoboda.

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