Moline High School Theatre is performing "All Shook Up" at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 12, through Saturday, March 14, 2020, at the Bartlett Performing Arts Center at Moline High School.
Tickets cost $8 for adults and $6 for students and are available at the door.
Featuring the music of Elvis Presley, "All Shook Up" is a musical about a small town that is all shook up when a roustabout comes to town that has outlawed many forms of fun and turns the town upside down.
The show stars Nicholas Yates as Chad, the roustabout; Krianna Walljasper as Natalie Haller, a female mechanic who falls for Chad; Keith Glass as Dennis, who is Natalie's secret admirer; Sebastian Dee as Jim, Natalie's father; Olivia Franks as Sylvia, who runs the local hangout; Amber Whitaker as Lorraine, Sylvia's daughter; Miss Sandra, who runs the local museum and catches the eye of Chad; Kate Schaechter as Mayor Matilda Hyde, the public official who runs the town with an iron fist; Richie Valle as Dean Hyde, the mayor's son; and Andrew Douglas as Sheriff Earl.
A large ensemble cast fills many background roles, while the pit orchestra under the direction of Zack Morton features Amie Callahan on piano; Joe Lobb, Gabe Lareau and Karol Sheese on reeds; Corey Reagan and Greyson Hansen on trumpets; Natalie Hansen on trombone; Eli Hernandez on percussion; Daniel Hunter of guitar; and Bryce Poston on bass.
Colleen Callahan is the musical's director, and Kristin Koski is the assistant director. Steph DeLacy serves as choreographer, Angela Rathman is technical director, RaeEllen Walker is scenic designer, Lisa Ferguson is costume designer and Sullivan Arnold is lighting designer.
Stage managers are Sam Jenkins, Rayanna Hurt and Elise Bargren.