"The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe" Cast List
Aslan Daylon | Larson White
Witch | Sarah Furst
Lucy | Jocelyn Haus
Edmund | Dominic Santine
Susan | Eva Van Den Heuvel
Peter | Lana Herrington
Mr. Beaver | Jennifer Cook
Mrs. Beaver | Kianna Larson
Unicorn | Ellie Atkinson
Centaur | Lucy Perkins
Tumnus | JR Smathers
Fenris Ulf | Sadie Patko
Dwarf | Carter Atkinson
Father Christmas | JR Smathers
Elf | Casey Kostka
White Stag | Kayla Fridlund
Wood Nymphs | Quinnten Theisen, Charlie Fecik, Emily Jauvish
Aslan’s Followers/Witch’s Army | Olivia Jilek, Gabriel Van Den Heuvel, Perry Fecik, Mary Ender, Presslie Larson, Leila Allen, Brynlee Kaisea, Parker Kaisea, Ian Stewart
Some people were just meant for the stage. The Regis Community Theatre gives members of our Regis Catholic Schools family, and those in the community, a chance to show off their talents!
The Regis Community Theatre, created and managed by Regis High School teacher Judine Brey, offers several shows every year, each with a focus on religious themes. While the Regis Community Theatre will be open to anyone in the Eau Claire community, it focuses on the families, faculty, staff, and alumni at Regis Catholic Schools.
“The Regis Community Theatre will provide more theatrical opportunities for students of all ages,” Brey said. “The students at our three elementary schools will have an earlier opportunity to participate in theatrical productions in a setting they are comfortable with, giving them a more complete background when they enter the Regis Middle and High School drama program.”
There is no charge to participate in the Regis Community Theatre and Brey welcomes all participants, no matter the level of experience. In addition to launching the Regis Community Theatre, Brey has also taken on a new role as Regis’ first Fine Arts Director, giving our schools an even greater emphasis on the importance of the arts.
“Because I gained so many things from the fine arts, I am always looking for a way to give back to those activities,” Brey said. “I am very excited to begin this new venture!”
During the school year, the Regis Community Theatre produces two seasonal shows, a Christmas show in December and a Lent/Easter show in March/April.
“These productions will allow us, as a faith-based community, to deliver spiritual messages through our performances – something that is done far too little in theatrical circles,” Brey said.