Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — The talented cast includes Nicholas Mace as Sid Sorokin, Hayley Richbart as Babe Williams, Morgan Fay as Vernon Hines, Faiza Rahman as Gladys, Ben Schian as Prez, Allison Austin as Mae,Ben Johnson as Mr. Hassler, Abigail Voss as Mabel, Christopher Sweeney as Max, Kyler Moeller as Charlie, Brooke Bodine as Brenda, Monique Vargas as Poopsie, Mason White as Pop Williams, Leah Perkins as Joe, Matthew Pestinger and Josh Richbart as helpers, Brooke Targus as Virginia, Sarah Costello as Mara, Toon Aurnoppakhun as Dictophone Machine, Dustin Walters as Anderson, Melissa Pestinger as Sandra, Phoebe Elter as Carmen, Jordynn Donner as Charlene, Marianna Cantella as Ann, Kamilah Robinson as Doris, Katie Przybyl as Rita Hayworth and Caera Elter as a factory girl.
Also part of the ensemble are Abby Bachman, Alaina Clementi, Kelsie Engert, Perrine Gigandet, Maya Gooding, Cassidy Granchelli, Sam Nairne and Grace Weller.
Behind the scenes, transforming 2014 Barker into 1950s Iowa, are stage crew members Garrett Dwyer, Patrick Dwyer, Lucas Johnson, Mitchell Johnson, Jenna Hathaway and Noel Vasquez.
General admission tickets will be available at the doors, which open one half hour before each performance. The Barker Music Parents Club invites theatre-goers to take a few minutes during intermission to visit their refreshment tables for a quick snack before settling in to enjoy the rest of the show.