Members of the cast pictured above: Katy Weaver (Willy Wonka), Justin Gohlke (Charlie
Bucket), Hunter Barker (Grandpa Joe), Megan Durham and Rebecca Elder (Grandma Georgina),
Brooke Korenek and Ashleigh Williams (Grandma Josephine), Ezra Pena (Mrs. Bucket),
Jacquelyn Campbell and Hannah Moss (Veruca Salt), Samantha Rupley and Michelle Dawdy
(Violet Beauregarde), Phillip Collins (Mike Teavee), Aaron Pina (Augustus Gloop),
Kyle Marshall (Mr. Salt), Kate Whitson (Mrs. Salt), Marci Hoffman (Mrs. Teavee),
Alyssa Pointer and Sydney Stephenson (Mrs. Beauregarde), Derek Gohlke (Mr. Beauregarde),
Christina Douis (Mrs. Gloop), Jackie Rupley, Lauren Scroggs, and Kelly Whitson (narrators),
Ryan Barnes and Drew Hunt (Shopkeeper). Not pictured: James Tripp (Mr. Bucket) and
Thomas Sizer (Grandpa George).
Crowd People and Oompa Loompas pictured above: Hannah Gohlke, Dylan Barnes, Lindy
Blevins, Wyatt Gulsby, Damon Dorsey, Sarah Wynn, Andrew Perez, Konnor Smith, MacKenzie
Hoffman, Kendal Smith, Amber Henderson, Clinton Barnes, Abbie Hammond, Rudy Pesina,
Audrea Marshall, Taylor Hunt, Ashley Mutchler, Kati Durham, Courtney Reese, Sonja
Pesina, Lindsey Meyers, Velyncia Villegas, Ashley O�Reilly, Kayla Boyd-Robertson,
Kara Whitson, Sean Grasse, Kayla Veach, Capri Hernandez, Christina Marshall, Tabetha
Webb, Katherine McGee, LaShawda Butler.
The Port Lavaca Main Street Theatre announces the cast selections for the upcoming
children’s production of Roald Dah’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Auditions
were held at the end of February. By double-casting several parts, director Jody
Weaver has been able to include 60 children from ages 5 to 15 in this production.
The cast includes kids from Port Lavaca, Seadrift, Point Comfort, Bloomington, and
Victoria. Jody stated that the depth of talent I saw this year at auditions was tremendous!
I’ve got several young actors playing extra roles that could easily handle larger
roles. I am very excited about this group of young people being able to bring this
story to life on the stage.