Stacks produced another winning combination with senior, Maya Claridge staring as Terry Randall, the glue that holds the many struggling actresses who live in the Footlight’s Club together. Claridge was electric in Friday night’s performance, showcasing her comedic body language and timing as well as her dramatic abilities and dynamic presence which we have seen before in Harvey, The Wizard of Oz and Sweeney Todd. One audience member said of Claridge, “You know when she’s on stage – she’s so good you can’t look away.” Claridge teams with sophomore Braeden Wilson as the arrogant Keith Burgess, and senior Brian Dunning as the suave and idealistic David Kingsley to add a romantic twist to the show. Both Wilson and Dunning also worked together in The Wizard of Oz. Other mentionables are junior Ryen Hilton who played Jean Maitland as a mini-sultry-Marilyn Monroe and Kay Hamilton played by senior, Annie Carpenter, who portrayed a very real look into depression, domestic abuse and suicide. Keeping the show moving was the maid, Mattie, played by Sarah Porritt, who answered the door to the Footlight’s Club countless times, Mrs. Orcutt, played by Karli Thompson and Jillian McKevitt who played the funny, Judith Canfield.