Lyons Township High School presents Mavros Festival January 16-18

The Lyons Township High School Theatre Board proudly presents the Donna N. Mavros Student Theatre Festival. This annual festival, originated and developed by former LT Theatre faculty member Donna Mavros (tenure 1969-2001) encourages and empowers students to choose, develop, direct, and craft their own production for performance. The festival honors the work of Mavros for her outstanding contributions to this festival and to the LT Theatre Department. Senior students who have given outstanding service to the Theatre Department are eligible for selection as a festival director. The selected students and
their casts and crews receive the full assistance and support of the Theatre Department.  Student director Joey Bahena is directing “Motherhood Out Loud” by Leslie Ayvazian, et al., Ryan Chilton is directing “The Thugs” by Adam Bock, Becky Valek is directing “For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls” by Christopher Durang, and Chris Zurowski is directing “Purple Cows Do Exist” by Keaton Cockrell. 

Performance dates are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday January 16-18, 2014 in the North Campus Reber Center. Admission is free. The theatre opens one half hour before the play begins. 

Thursday, January 16, 7pm
Saturday, January 18, 8pm 

Cast for “For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls”

Ellie Baird

Tim Parzyck

Nick Petrillo

Kristen Wuerl


Thursday, January 16, 8pm
Saturday, January 18, 7pm

Cast for “The Thugs”

Colin Ashburn

Erin Blaber

Lara Cuomo

Kayla Devereux

Carly Green

Sean McCrohan

Annie Mulcahey

Mary Wood

Friday, January 17, 8pm
Saturday, January 18, 2pm

Cast for “Purple Cows Do Exist”

Maddy Brennan

Jack Kunkle

Annika Murrell

Hunter Soyak

Adam Stubitsch

Friday, January 17, 7pm
Saturday, January 18, 3pm

Cast for “Motherhood Out Loud”

Anastar Alvarez

Nycole Delvalle

Monica Donnelly

Jane Doyle

Gillian Dunlop

Kara Lane

Owen Post

Olivia Tennison

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