Argyle High School Theatre Presents Legally Blonde

Argyle High School Theatre Presents Legally Blonde

The Argyle High School Theatre Department is tackling its biggest production to date as it presents Legally Blonde the Musical, based on the 2001 hit film.

The cast of 40, (the largest in recent years) began rehearsing in late July. Students learned music for the entire show and also choreographed major dance numbers during the nearly two-week boot camp.
Carly Haynes plays the Harvard bound protagonist, Elle Woods while Parker Dial is Warner, the object of Elle’s affection. Standing in Elle’s way of Warner’s love is Vivienne, played by Raleigh Turner. Helping Elle fulfill her dreams is Paulette, the sassy hairdresser, portrayed by Gracie Arthur. The “Greek Chorus” is played by Berret Buvinghausen, Avery Winter, and Bella Zindel. Toby Smith is the law professor who challenges Elle and the other Harvard students. Colby Raasch’s character, Emmett, encourages Elle to believe that anything is possible.  Katie Haynes plays fitness queen, Brooke Wyndham, who is on trial for murder.

Rounding out the cast are: Izzy Adoue, Jackson Barnes, Charis Beivitt, Naomi Brooks, Tanner Bubeck, Peyton Deffenbaugh, Caitlin Deramo, Grace Fife, Alex Govea, Javy Govea, Grady Henexson, Hunter Jones Mattie Kelton, Zack Lacrosse, Talia Mclaughlin Miranda Miller, Slade Monroe, Aidan Montecino, Georgia Penn, Jake Pool, Kate Repp, Alysa Sharp, Mikayla Simmons, Savannah Simmons, Ty Smith, Lauren Van Zee, Campbell Wilmont, and Isabelle Wolfe.

The show is under the direction of Ms. Melissa Toomer. Dance captain is Chloe Kokenes. Rhiannon Kosla is costumer. Lighting designers are Nick Hoyt and Gracie Johnson. Technical crew includes: Milan McKenna, Luke Casey, Logan Burchett, Chris Henry, Logan Tubbs, Neeha Alam, Tatum Earp, and Cole Adams.
Tickets are available online at and sold at the door. Legally Blonde will play October 5-7, 14 at 7pm, October 15 at 2pm.

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