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CPAC is very happy to announce the cast list for “The Lion King Jr!”
Great job and congratulations to everyone!
The first read thru will be Saturday, June 17th at 9:30 am.

Simba— Jacob Rush
— Emma Fannin
Young Simba
— Carson Clouse
Young Nala
—Neina Armentrout
— Kirsten Stinson
— Samantha Rush
—Olivia Wurzbach
—Megan Morrow
— Cameron Hess
—Tucker Sebring
—Phillip Lashley
—Townes Moore
—Joey Barnhouse
—Nadia Policoff
—Colleen Taylor

Madison Peters
Jayden Milliken
Krystal Lingafelter
Landyn Lingafelter
Emily Piercy
Maddie Enright
Mikayla Shockling
Cat Lee
Grace Taflan

Robin Petelin
Rhyan Sebring
Xzavier Greene
Emma Cowgill
Raegan Mummy
Kathryn Crews
Chloe Milliken
Idellia Baldwin

Ensemble of Pride Land (animals to be determined)
Ashlynn Kuklica
Kara Desjarlais
Nate Taflan
Quincy Smith
Bryson Bradley
Taylor Daugherty
Mariska Hall
Malique Harris
Alianna Arenas
Emma Crews
Amina Harris
Ethan Daniels
Geir Pyscher
Javin Gatrell
Jenacen Bradley
Abby Hoover
Josie Smith
Magali Garcia
MJ Lamphear
Kara Dermer
Camden Dermer
Selina Garcia
Nicole Elston
Kylie Bradley
Sophie Emerson
Ashlyn Dermer
Kylie Jones
Luke Elston
Tyrell Mullen
Maya Harris
Ashley Fox
Zoey Alan
Mary Hall


(CPAC will acknowledge in the beginning of all productions a cast fee ($20 per person/$40 cap on family) and script/music deposit ($10.00 which will be returned at the end of the production). The cast fee is beneficial for helping finance the production. The board of directors of CPAC requires cast fees/script/music deposit for all productions. Each person cast will receive 2 comp tickets to be used at any show date of that production.)

CPAC welcomes and encourages everyone to audition for our live shows. In addition to parts in the shows, we need back stage crew, set designers and builders, costumers, hair dressers, make-up artists and people to run the lights and sound.

We are always looking for new faces in community theater. There are never too many people involved at CPAC. If you would liked to be a part of the magic of a show, please e-mail, call the theatre or talk to a member of the board of directors.


Cambridge Performing Arts Centre (CPAC) does not discriminate by race, color, sex, nationality, age, or physical impairment. Casting of roles for any production is at the sole discretion of the director, with recommendations from the musical director, and producer of the production. Casting decisions are based upon the director’s own interpretation of a script and will therefore choose a cast that fits that interpretation. The CPAC board of directors cannot and will not become involved in these decisions. CPAC will not share the information contained in this document without the authorization of the applicant or his/her guardian.

Cambridge Performing Arts Centre is a non-profit 501 (3) (c) organization.


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