Bordentown Regional High School’s Thespians will present the comedic play “Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic” in October.
The shows are at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 21-22. at the Bordentown Performing Arts Center.
“Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic” is by Matthew Cox. The play is about a “certain boy wizard went to a certain Wizard School and conquered evil” with the help of “Puffs,” according to a press release through Bordentown Regional High School (BRHS).
Featured in the cast are BRHS seniors Candace Farrell as Leanne, Defnenur Gumus as Sally Perks, Ray Hollopeter as a Certain Potions Teacher, Clay Hubbard as Ernie Mac, Ryan Kaufman as Wayne, Anna Madden as the Narrator, Olivia McGlone as Hannah and Xavia, and Jake Sfraga as Cedric; juniors Aidan Bramley as Oliver, Sal Carr as J Finch, Jaida Hitt as Megan; sophomores Genevieve Schenone as Ginny, Sierra Struck as Rita Scooter; and freshmen Brynn Bowyer as Mr. Voldy, Sika Brenya as Susie Bones, Rylie Evans as the Headmaster, Ceilidh Manigrasso as Professor Sproutty, Atlas Planas-Borgstrom as Harry, and Gracie Tyler as Blondo Malfoy.
BRHS’ 2012 musical, “Legally Blonde,” was awarded the prestigious Greater Philadelphia Cappie Award for Outstanding Musical. Over the past decade, the Greater Philadelphia Cappie Awards have honored BRHS Theatre performances with 60 nominations and 17 awards. The theatrical performances of BRHS have also been honored with awards and nominations from the New Jersey State Thespian Festival and the New Jersey Theatre Night Awards. Bordentown Regional High School is home to International Thespian Society Troupe 6803.
The Bordentown Performing Arts Center is attached to BRHS and is located at 318 Ward Ave. in Bordentown. The Bordentown Performing Arts Center is a 942-seat facility whose goal is to bring local, regional and world-renowned cultural performances to their community.