In the cast were T.J. Sneddon, Vince Braun, Tim Pittman, Cody Whitesell, David Landes, Josh McCluskey, Matthew Tribble, Carol McConnell, Jennifer White, Ahnya Alstott, Lisa Myers, Alyssa Papinchock, Sarah Braun, Ashlee Vitz, Caral McKinney, Mike Allen, Sam Glover, Mike McConnell, Bernie Jackson, Charles Hear, Harold Burton, Sherry Dugger, Chad White, Erika Rieckers, Amy Cunningham, Sandy Gibbens, Mike Allen, Carl McKinney, Mike McConnell, Ashley Swearingen, Micahlyn Allen, Autumn Berrier, Rachel Alstott, Ashley McDonald, Megan Neier, Joshua White, Ashton Swearingen, Chris Swearingen, David Swearingen, Brian McCluskey and Sherry Dugger.
Musicians included Linda Garber, Susan Sneddon and Steve Newman.
The production staff included Susan Sneddon, Carol McConnell, Lee Reberger, Teresa McCullough, Carl McKinney, Sandy Gibbens, Stacy Gibbens, Barbara Berrier, Josh McCluskey, Mike McConnell, David Landes, Tony Barnett, Bernie Jackson, Tim Pittman, Connor Pittman, Amy Cunningham, Rachel Alstott, Autumn Berrier, Ericka Reickers, Ashley McDonald, Denise Braun, Katelin Braun, Allison Johansen, Isaac Wheaton, Rita Rothrock and Barbara Randall.
T. J. Sneddon played a very convincing Adam Pontipee, head of the clan, responsible for leading his brothers in the Western wilderness after the deaths of their parents. Sneddon brought a sensitivity to the character I have never seen before portrayed. The entire cast was focused and gave an admirable performance. Auditions for the next show, "Send Me No Flowers," will be at 7 p.m. March 18 in the Lark Theater.