The acting ensemble included Peyton Booth, Charley Bunker, Matilda Crist, Emily Hilden, Ariel Holle, Natalie Lovrine, Vivian Lynch, Jonathan Morrell, Deirdre O’Sullivan, Dori O’Sullivan, Luna Skywalker, David Smitz, Madeline Thompson, Erin Torpy and Kaitlin Vanderloop. Five cast seniors have participated in the One-Act all four years of high school.
The stage crew was under the leadership of stage manager Vos. She was assisted by assistant stage manager Katelynn Deephouse and propmaster Ayla Worske. Al Jost operated the live mill bell.
The run crew for the show included Jonathan Deephouse, Jacelyn Lois, Emmerson Dinatale Lorentz and MiKayla Shelton. The technical crew involved lighting engineer Julia Torpy, sound engineer Clare Freeburn and spotlight operator Nicole Mann.
Matt Nie and Rod Stoughton assisted with the recording technology.
In addition to the overall performance accolades, three actors received awards for their outstanding acting. Senior Dori O’Sullivan, who played the role of Bridget, has participated in the one-act all four years. The festival further honored senior Emily Hilden and ninth-grader Madeline Thompson, who both participated in the one-act for the first time. Jonathan Morrell received a nomination for his performance as Ephraim.
Though the show was still able to go on, the company recorded their competition videos to an empty theater audience. During the first recording, the seats were filled with more than 200 notes of encouragement submitted by family members, teachers, community members and alumni. During the state recording, the auditorium walls were covered in tributes to the 12 seniors and photos of their one-act performances over the years. People were also able to view online broadcasts of the performance Nov. 10 and Dec. 7.