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The curtain closes tonight on Antigo High School’s production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and it has been quite a ride.

The show takes the audience inside the machinations of The World Wide Wicket Company as J. Pierrepont Finch climbs the corporate ladder in a most comedic manner.

The curtain rises at 7:30 p.m. in the Volm Theater. Tickets, available at the door, are $10 for adults and $5 for students.

Here’s a look at the cast, crew and others who made this year’s production a success.

Cast

Zak Palmer, J. Pierrepont Finch; Nick Luerssen, Milton Gatch/Joe Jenkins; Nathan Deep, Tackaberry/Ovington; Anthony Lenzner, Peterson/Executive Policeman; Douglas Dittel, J.B. Biggley.

Elyse Incha, Rosemary Pilkington; James Wurtinger, Bert Bratt; Nina Fredrickson, Smitty/Mrs. Smith; Payton Adams, Bud Frump; Isabella Kneeland, Miss Jones.

Geoffrey Schmid, Mr. Twimble; Pia Spychalla, Hedy LaRue/Treasure Girl; Jocie Hayek, Miss Krumholtz; Casey Lucas, Mr. Toynbee; Vincent Casetta Wally Womper; Autumn Ackley, Mrs. Green.

Anja Busse, Alice May/Parrot; Natalie Cunningham, Ruth Schmidt/Parrot; Madisson Delebeck, Tracy Stevens; Gwendolyn Frei, Maria Williams; Madison Gabriel, Susie Carlin/Parrot.

Elissa Hohensee, Deborah Flanigan; Maradlie Jackway, Kevin Smith; Abi Lewandowski, Jane Dearling; Anna Montgomery, Cynthia Davis/Parrot; A’Laura Pyeatt, Penny Williams.

Carter Schlieve, Mr. Ernest; Alexis Schmid, Marion Smith; Izaiah Schmidt, Mr. Matthews; Sarita Sparks, Phyllis Smith; Ethan Steinberg, Mr. Johnson; Breanna Tarras, Mrs. Raymond; Holly Zimmerman, Barbara Beatrice/Parrot.

The managers

Michael Blood, director; Eunice Rice, producer; Jacob Oxley, vocal director.

Molly Gums, costumer; Claire Carroll DuPont, choreography; Jeff Dewey, pit band director.

Ben Wilhelm, technical director; Caleb Shepherd, graphics designer; Justin Markgraf, set decoration; Roger Meister, construction manager.

Production

Michael Blood, Roger Meister, Mary Meister, Jacob Meister, Nick Luerrsen, set construction; Jordan Minich, Dylan Maves, Jonathan Lowery, Jane Babler, Randy Babler, Hannah Burmesch, painters.

Caleb Cooper, Jacob Peloquin, Matt Lee, Lindsay Rasmussen, Ethan Royce, Katie Royce, sound and lights.

Barbel Kohm, Emma Minish, Darlene Jansen, Laura Palmer, sewing assisants.

Holly Luerssen, ticket sales supervisor; Mel Adams, Ingrid Busse, Krista Carley, Julie Tarras, Jenny Hayek, Diane Sparks, Elane Casetta, Samantha Spice, Laura Palmer, Jay Wurtinger.

Dana Gabriel, Mark Incha, Lori Cunningham, Stacy Lenzner, Carla Pyeatt, James Spychalla, Barbel Kohm, Chad Luerssen, Cavan Kelly, Molly McKay, Heather Hackbarth, Abigail Luerssen, Tommy Blink, ticket sellers.

Diana Wurtinger, meals organizer; Mel Adams, Bill Kelly, Beth Kelly, Heather Hackbarth, Danna Gabriel, Laura Waldvogel, Mark Incha, Holly Luerssen, Ingrid Busse, Julie Tarras, Laura Palmer, meal’s assistants.

Colden Carley, Jacob Meister and members of the AHS National Honor Society, ushers.

Orchestra

Laurel Monson and Paige Hill, piano; Rebekah Engebretson, keyboard bass.

Brenna Lundgren, Simone Lanik, Briannah Wanca, flute.

Rebecca Kubacki, clarinet/alto sax; James Gervais, alto sax; Robert Kosarek, tenor sax/baritone.

George Hill and Lauren Hackbarth, trumpet.

Cecil DeHart, drums; Sarah Anderson and Marnie Umland, auxiliary percussion.
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The cast, with Director Mike Blood at far left, from "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,'' which is closing tonight at Antigo High School's Volm Theater.

It's all 'Business' for one final night
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The curtain closes tonight on Antigo High School’s production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and it has been quite a ride.

The show takes the audience inside the machinations of The World Wide Wicket Company as J. Pierrepont Finch climbs the corporate ladder in a most comedic manner.

The curtain rises at 7:30 p.m. in the Volm Theater. Tickets, available at the door, are $10 for adults and $5 for students.

Here’s a look at the cast, crew and others who made this year’s production a success.

Cast

Zak Palmer, J. Pierrepont Finch; Nick Luerssen, Milton Gatch/Joe Jenkins; Nathan Deep, Tackaberry/Ovington; Anthony Lenzner, Peterson/Executive Policeman; Douglas Dittel, J.B. Biggley.

Elyse Incha, Rosemary Pilkington; James Wurtinger, Bert Bratt; Nina Fredrickson, Smitty/Mrs. Smith; Payton Adams, Bud Frump; Isabella Kneeland, Miss Jones.

Geoffrey Schmid, Mr. Twimble; Pia Spychalla, Hedy LaRue/Treasure Girl; Jocie Hayek, Miss Krumholtz; Casey Lucas, Mr. Toynbee; Vincent Casetta Wally Womper; Autumn Ackley, Mrs. Green.

Anja Busse, Alice May/Parrot; Natalie Cunningham, Ruth Schmidt/Parrot; Madisson Delebeck, Tracy Stevens; Gwendolyn Frei, Maria Williams; Madison Gabriel, Susie Carlin/Parrot.

Elissa Hohensee, Deborah Flanigan; Maradlie Jackway, Kevin Smith; Abi Lewandowski, Jane Dearling; Anna Montgomery, Cynthia Davis/Parrot; A’Laura Pyeatt, Penny Williams.

Carter Schlieve, Mr. Ernest; Alexis Schmid, Marion Smith; Izaiah Schmidt, Mr. Matthews; Sarita Sparks, Phyllis Smith; Ethan Steinberg, Mr. Johnson; Breanna Tarras, Mrs. Raymond; Holly Zimmerman, Barbara Beatrice/Parrot.

The managers

Michael Blood, director; Eunice Rice, producer; Jacob Oxley, vocal director.

Molly Gums, costumer; Claire Carroll DuPont, choreography; Jeff Dewey, pit band director.

Ben Wilhelm, technical director; Caleb Shepherd, graphics designer; Justin Markgraf, set decoration; Roger Meister, construction manager.

Production

Michael Blood, Roger Meister, Mary Meister, Jacob Meister, Nick Luerrsen, set construction; Jordan Minich, Dylan Maves, Jonathan Lowery, Jane Babler, Randy Babler, Hannah Burmesch, painters.

Caleb Cooper, Jacob Peloquin, Matt Lee, Lindsay Rasmussen, Ethan Royce, Katie Royce, sound and lights.

Barbel Kohm, Emma Minish, Darlene Jansen, Laura Palmer, sewing assisants.

Holly Luerssen, ticket sales supervisor; Mel Adams, Ingrid Busse, Krista Carley, Julie Tarras, Jenny Hayek, Diane Sparks, Elane Casetta, Samantha Spice, Laura Palmer, Jay Wurtinger.

Dana Gabriel, Mark Incha, Lori Cunningham, Stacy Lenzner, Carla Pyeatt, James Spychalla, Barbel Kohm, Chad Luerssen, Cavan Kelly, Molly McKay, Heather Hackbarth, Abigail Luerssen, Tommy Blink, ticket sellers.

Diana Wurtinger, meals organizer; Mel Adams, Bill Kelly, Beth Kelly, Heather Hackbarth, Danna Gabriel, Laura Waldvogel, Mark Incha, Holly Luerssen, Ingrid Busse, Julie Tarras, Laura Palmer, meal’s assistants.

Colden Carley, Jacob Meister and members of the AHS National Honor Society, ushers.

Orchestra

Laurel Monson and Paige Hill, piano; Rebekah Engebretson, keyboard bass.

Brenna Lundgren, Simone Lanik, Briannah Wanca, flute.

Rebecca Kubacki, clarinet/alto sax; James Gervais, alto sax; Robert Kosarek, tenor sax/baritone.

George Hill and Lauren Hackbarth, trumpet.

Cecil DeHart, drums; Sarah Anderson and Marnie Umland, auxiliary percussion.
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The cast, with Director Mike Blood at far left, from "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,'' which is closing tonight at Antigo High School's Volm Theater.
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