College announces cast for the production of 'Our Town'

College announces cast for the production of 'Our Town'

March 04, 2019

Anoka-Ramsey Community College announces the cast for the production of Our Town by Thornton Wilder. The production will appear at the Coon Rapids Campus Performing Arts Center April 19, 20, 25, 26, and 27.

Student Roles

  • Austin Scott: Dr. Gibbs
  • Stevey Avalos: Mrs. Gibbs
  • Logan Douglas: George Gibb
  • Mikayla Bode: Rebecca Gibbs
  • Zach Kunshier: Mr. Webb
  • Tricia Buerke: Mrs. Webb
  • Derrick Smith: Wally Webb
  • Gokasheng Vue: Emily Webb
  • Aaron Jarpey: Joe Crowell
  • Eliza Haus: Si Crowell
  • Luke Martin: Howie Newsome
  • Jacob Schmid: Professor Willard
  • Chase Siegfried: Simon Stimson
  • Annalynn Gilbertson: Mrs. Soames
  • John Murphy: Constable Warren
  • Vincent Thalhuber: Sam Craig
  • Domonick Mormon: Joe Stoddard
  • Kelvin Katende: Farmer McCarty
  • Erika Schany: Woman in Balcony
  • Megan Honrud: Woman in Auditorium
  • Abigail Shogren: Lady in Box
  • Emily Rosdahl: Woman Among Dead
  • Natalie Bahneman: Dead Woman 2
  • Allison Powers: Dead Woman 3
  • Bailey Cisneros: Dead Woman 4
  • Ashley Millen: Dead Man 2 (Mr. Carter)

Our Town is a story about the daily lives, loves and challenges of residents in the fictional, rural town of Grover’s Corner, New Hampshire from 1901 – 1913. The action celebrates the significance of life’s commonly overlooked experiences – the discovery of first attraction that can occur when walking home from school together, the important moments missed as we share a hurried breakfast together before beginning our day or the joyous anticipation of an excitable wedding guest waiting for a bride to make her walk down an aisle. Thornton Wilder used every day experiences and added to them a mastery of language, character and conflict to create a play celebrating our shared humanity and the beauty in daily life.

Our Town Production
April 19, 20, 25, 26, & 27
7 pm
Coon Rapids Campus Performing Arts Center
$8 to the general public

For more information about the production of Our Town, the Theatre Department at Anoka-Ramsey Community College or tickets visit: