Greenbrier High School students put their acting skills on display this past weekend.
The group performed Tim Kelly’s, “Sherlock Holmes.”
“The audience had a great time as the students made them laugh and use their thinking caps to try and figure out the curious ways of, “Sherlock Holmes,” the school’s website stated. “As usual, Mr. Holmes always gets his man.”
This performance is the last play directed by Chris Noyes at Greenbrier High School.
“In his usual fashion, Noyes had a very funny cameo appearance,” the website read. “Everyone did a great job and we want to thank Mr. Noyes for his years at Greenbrier High and our young adults for working so hard to put on such a great performance.”
The cast was as follows: Matt Thomas as Sherlock Holmes; Calais Phillips as Alice Faulkner; Wylie Greer as Professor Moriarty; Michael Oluokun as Dr. Watson; Carson Matthews as Madge Larrabee; Chase Robinson as James Larrabee; Katie Rasure as Sid Prince; Hannah Livingston as Mrs. Bassick; Amber Johnson as Ginger; Shelby Duke as Pepper; Cali Clifton as the Flower Woman; Makayla Palmer as the Match Girl; Lydia Bryan as Gertie; Brooklyn Marple as Teresa; Faith Foster as Joan; Alex Bowen as the Forman; Ryan Leggitt as the Gentleman; Emma Hogan as the Elegant Lady; Luke Monin as the Detective; Kayla Pointer as Lady Edwina; Colten Linn as Prince Carl; Bethany Stubbs as Mrs. Hudson; Angel Flores as Lestrade; Jaci Duvall as Maggie Baskeville; Gina Childers as Newsboy 1 and Drew Rogers as Newsboy 2.
The crew for the play includes Cody Clendenin, Angel Flores, Camron Forrester, Skylar Gilbert, Emma Hogan, Ryan Leggitt, Madison Livesay, Luke Monin, Hannah Weidner and Joseph Yielding.
Chris Noyes was the director and Bethany Stubbs was the assistant director.