High school plans musical by Cole Porter


March 20, 1996|By Liz Lean | Liz Lean,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

"I GET A Kick Out of You," "It's De-Lovely," "Friendship," "Let's Misbehave."

It's hard to imagine a musical with funnier, more romantic and durable songs than Cole Porter's "Anything Goes," and you can enjoy all the shipboard sweetness and intrigue in Atholton High School's production March 28, 29 and 30.

Cast members include Sara Glazer, Dave Johnson, Courtney Bell, Jeff Hubbard, Melissa Millin, Kyle Hubbard, Ryan Sullivan, Jon Sanford and Maggie Sheer.

Keith Marin, Jon Sykes, Tom Lukacsina, Jordon Schulman, John Armstrong, Patrick Morton, Danny Dworkin and Alan Landsman also have roles.

Jessica Johnson, Laura Askin, Jackie Miller, Lisa Desautels, Ashleigh Shead, Corey Beth McGrath, Lynn Court, Elizabeth Ciesluk, Jill Smith and Yuneisia Harris also appear.

Cathy Mundy is directing the production, and Lee Stevens is musical director. Call 313-7065 for ticket information.

April flea market

You can earn some cash from your spring cleaning and contribute to this year's Chemical-Free Graduation Party for Wilde Lake High School at River Hill.

For $15, you can rent space at an April 27 flea market at the Harper's Choice Village Center. Bring your own table, and from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. your castoffs can become someone else's treasures.

The rental fee goes toward the graduation party, and you keep the proceeds of your sales.

Liz Factor and Leslie Ziegler are organizing the flea market and other events to raise funds for the three-hour, post-graduation cruise around Baltimore's Inner Harbor.

Call Ms. Factor at 964-2927 to reserve your space.

Kaleidoscope Kids debut

Kaleidoscope Kids, a program developed by Hickory Ridge resident Lori Jenner and River Hill resident Jan Peedin, makes its debut next month at Slayton House, the community center in Wilde Lake.

Cooking Club will teach children to prepare nutritioussnacks.Fitness, Fun and Games will let children release energy through exercise, dance and noncompetitive games. Each eight-week class offers sessions for children ages 3-4 and 5-6.

Call 730-3987 for the schedule and fees.

Disney on ice

Audiences can't seem to get enough of Disney's "The Lion King" and "Pocahontas," and the Columbia Figure Skating Club will deliver both in its spring shows at 4: 30 p.m. and 7: 30 p.m. March 30, and 1: 30 p.m. and 4: 30 p.m. March 31 at the Columbia Ice Rink.

Three west Columbia skaters will be featured in "The Lion King" segment. They are 8-year-old Jamie Schub, who plays young Simba; 8-year-old Sonja Lilley, who plays young Nala; and Lauren Harvey, an 11-year-old who plays Zazu.

Other young skaters from this side of U.S. 29 include Jennifer Beckwith, Amy Beier, Alicia Brands, Anne-Laure Eliasson, Christina Forbes, Diana Jauch, Kelly Lilley and Erin Nard.

Jessica Obst, Debbie Schub, Lindsay Sperling, Kendra Terry, Kristen Tessmer, Jun Shan Wey and Melanie Wolvovsky, all of west Columbia, also will perform.

The club's guest skater is Michael O'Rourke, who was assistant director for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 1992 Winter Olympics and performed with the Ice Capades. He will skate the role of John Smith in "Pocahontas."

Tickets are $9 for adults and $7 for children and can be purchased in advance at the ice rink. Call 730-0322.

Team stays whole

It was almost too much of a good thing for the Raptors, the River Hill swim team. The team became so popular so quickly in Columbia's newest village that aquatics officials were considering splitting the team in two.

So many River Hill residents voiced their objections that the decision has been made to keep the team whole, and even invite new members.

Call Alice Gunner at 531-1461 or Eddie Cosentino at 830-7955 for information.

Pub Date: 3/20/96

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