Jenna Corry (on right) is shown playing one of the “Evil Stepsisters” from the community production of Cinderella. Currently living in Orderville, she has enjoyed being a part in the biennial community theatre productions in Kanab. Jenna Corry has been a sterling scholar and sang in her high school choir as a tenor. Due to other commitments she will not be able to take her shot at the stage for the 2016 production of Annie. Jenna still tries to fit every bit of theatre fun she can into her busy schedule while raising her kids. Jenna has been in dance all her life and teaches the “Red Rock Dancers” as well as “Stages.” She is spectacular at teaching children how to show emotion in their actions on stage and loves the choreography in musical theatre.
Mariah Wheeler – Featured to the left playing “Mrs. Hannigan” from Annie in a previous Stages performance. Mariah has been involved in theater since she was 12 years old, when her and her mother took part in the production of Fiddler on the Roof. She has been in community productions and in the Kanab High School theater program in her youth. With a grandmother that was in Vaudeville, it is clear to see she has theatre in her blood. Mariah graduated from Southern Utah University majoring in theatre with interior design as her minor, learning to design sets for plays. She has taught theater at a high school level in Monticello Utah for several years now, working with Patti Husted. Mariah Wheeler has moved to Kanab in 2006 and has been involved with theatrical performances every chance she gets. She enjoys sharing her past theatre experiences with the children in the Stages of summer theatre camp every year.
Jennifer Michelsen (on right) is shown in this picture playing the girly-girl in “Imaginaria” for her 6th grade Home School Co-Op in Chino, California. She was very involved in the community theatre in her hometown. Since moving to Kanab in March of 2015, she has been in the Drama Club at Kanab High School and received superior ratings at Region Drama for her Humorous Monologue, qualifying and competing in State Drama. She is also a member of X-Press, the show choir at KHS. She shared her knowledge of singing, projecting a voice, costuming, warming up with games, and taking presence on the stage with the children in the camp. She is 17 years old, and created this website as part of Girl Scout Gold Award process. To see more, visit “The Project” page.