Liz Halper (director)
Liz has been involved with ConVal High School Drama since 2006 working with Kathy Manfre on that year’s spring production of Working. Since then she co-directed Bye Bye Birdie and the Laramie Project with Jason Lambert and Once Upon a Mattress and Cabaret with Tim Clark. Her solo directorial debut at ConVal HS was in 2011 where she directed Damn Yankees. Other shows include; Little Women (2012), The Drowsy Chaperone, West Side Story, (2013) and You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown (2015) and the Mous
Elizabeth Moore (Producer) is thrilled to be working on her 7th season here at ConVal High School. She has overseen over 30 productions during her tenure, as well as working as a director, stage manager and performer in community theatres throughout the region. Mrs. Moore also helped establish International Thespian Society Troupe #7883 at CVHS. Enjoy the show!
Addison Swasey has done lighting for four other ConVal Productions, including Into the Woods, Beauty and the Beast, Pride at Prejudice, and student directed plays. She is a freshman and can't wait for her years to come as a techie at ConVal.
This is Rachel Sturgess's third time doing tech for a Conval show. She did the lighting for the two summer shows, Beauty and the Beast Jr and Into the Woods Jr! When she is not in the booth running the lights, Rachel enjoys playing sports, hanging out with friends, and petting her dogs. She plays soccer in the fall and track in the winter and spring.
Nick is a junior at Conval and has been involved in every single Conval production in some way since arriving as a Freshman. He has loved both being on stage as well as stage managing, lighting, backstage crew, poster designing, and his favorite, costuming. Godspell is his fourth show costuming and thoroughly enjoys it as he plans to major in fashion design. He will attend the New York Times Summer Academy for a program called the Future of Fashion.
Max Heck is a freshman at ConVal. He has been on the tech crew for the Summer Academy for the past two seasons and has worked on Pride @ Prejudice, and student directed pieces. Godspell will be his fifth show and he looks forward to many more.