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Beverly's Terrace Plaza Playhouse's Production of

Tuck Everlasting

Book by: Claudia Shear & Tim Federle

Music by: Chris Miller

Lyrics by: Nathan Tysen

Based on the novel Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babitt

Directed By: Kate Rufener

The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.

Presented by special arrangement with Concord Theatricals

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Production Team

In loving memory of Blaine and Beverly Olsen

Executive Producer: Jacci Olsen Florence

Director/Music Director: Kate Rufener

Music Director: Karlie Ady

Choreographer: Megan Call

Production Assistant: Stacy Ronnow

Stage Manager: Brittney Rae

Dance Captains: Ian Beyer Wellisch, Terran Nagel

Music Captains: Beck Montgomery, Tracie Price

Set Construction: Nathan Fawcett

Set Design: Kate Rufener, Nathan Fawcett

Props: Mikelle Shupe

Costume Design: Stephanie Bruckman

Costumes: Jamila Holt Lowe, Jim Tatton, Stephanie Peterson

Wigs: Jamila Lowe

Assistant to the Producer: Tara Payne

Technical Directors: Miland Palmer & Mark Ellis

Sound Designer: Emma Palmer

Lighting Designer: Miland Palmer

Sound & Light Operators: Dani Loveland, Emma Palmer, Gabe Hall, Matthew Burt

Building/Scene Room Manager: Nathan Fawcett

Prop Manager: Lindy Combe

Box Office: Lisa Stratton, Tara Payne, Linda Palmer, Chad & Tani Lynch, Angie Winter, Brenda Smith, Stacy Ronnow

Concessions: Jim Stratton

House Manager: Stacy Ronnow

IT Specialists: Chad Lynch, Colton Lynch, Steve Petersen

Marketing Director/Playbill: Brady Stratton

Sponsorship Coordinator: Lindsay Stratton

Playhouse Photographer: Cassie Gallegos

Director's Note

"Life is a series of losses." --Gayle Hayes

My friend Gayle said this to me just a few short months before she lost her battle with cancer. I've been obsessed with the word "loss" ever since - obsessed with asking, "Why would knowing that life is a series of losses help me have a better or different life?" Gayle's normally chipper-yet-pragmatic approach to life didn't seem to match with this seemingly 'heavy' pronouncement.

In preparing to direct "Tuck Everlasting", I decided to take on this concept of loss. I wanted to provide a magical, positive experience for the cast, so first sought to position loss across from the many gains life gives us. Yes, there's death and loss, but there's also birth and reunion, right?

"Yes, there's death and loss, but there's also ____" became a spiritual fight, of sorts. No matter how hard I tried to allow the gains to take over, I kept coming back to why Gayle would say that about life and losses.
While reading the Tuck script, I came across the Wheel song and realized that loss isn't material or a pattern, it's not "stuff" that life is somehow made of. No. Loss is what moves us forward in our lives. Loss drives our motivation and our intention, like a ripple. Life is temporary. Loss is temporary. The two are just as much a part of each other as breathing and oxygen. Loss is a force of life.

As a cast, we've talked about loss. How it's presented in this beautiful story. Why Winnie chooses the path she chooses. We talked about the primary throughline of our show: "For life is the greatest wonder on Earth."
We dedicate this show to all those we've lost... 

And we invite you to see the losses you've suffered as the true wheels they are. This journey of ours is difficult - nothing we present here can change that. But this story has taught us that when we find the awe and wonder of life, the losses align to create a life well-lived. We hope you take that message and grant yourself the beautiful moments time has to give. Enjoy the show.

Producer's Note

This season we are producing 3 new productions to our stage, Tuck Everlasting, Bye Bye Birdie and Big Fish. These are sure to please and add to the variety of productions we offer for the viewing pleasure of both young and old alike. We
are pleased to bring back Singin’ In the Rain, Beauty and the Beast and expect both to be outstanding entertainment followed by our holiday favorite, Scrooge, A Christmas Carol.

It is our privilege to offer a community theatre experience where we can relax and enjoy the arts through song, dance, drama, comedy and be entertained and even enlightened as we present tonight’s production. We hope that you will share the word with friends and neighbors to come and take advantage of all that we have to offer here at the Playhouse.
Enjoy tonight’s performance, we so appreciate your patronage. 


Jacci and Kim Florence

Production Team


Scene List

Act 1

  • “Opening” 

  • “Live Like This”

  • “Live Like This Playoff” 

  • “Good Girl Winnie Foster”

  • “Join the Parade” 

  • “Good Girl Winnie Foster (Reprise)”

  • “Jesse at the Spring”

  • “Top of the World”

  • “Hugo's First Case”

  • "Hugo's First Case (Reprise)”

  • “Story of the Tucks”

  • “My Most Beautiful Day”

  • “My Most Beautiful Day, Part 2” 

  • “From Attic to Porch”

  • Join the Parade” (Reprise) 

  • “Partner in Crime” 

  • “Partner in Crime, Part 2” 

  • “Seventeen”

Act 2

  • “Everything’s Golden” 

  • “Everything’s Golden, Part 2” 

  • “Seventeen (Reprise)”

  • “Time”

  • “Time (Reprise)”

  • “Everything's Golden (Reprise)”

  • “You Can’t Trust a Man” 

  • “The Wheel” 

  • “Story of the Man in the Yellow Suit” 

  • “Everlasting”

  • “The Wheel” (Finale) 

Scene/Song List


Cast List

Friday Cast | Saturday Cast


Jenna Francis | Campbell Miller


Jace Fawcett | Cooper Merrill


Max Fawcett | Jefferson Teeples


Sheldon Cheshire | Larry Bohne


Hailey Jasper | Chelsea Nelson

Man in the Yellow Suit

Josh Curtis | David Hales


David Storm | Josh Curtis


Ian Wellisch | Terran Lowe


Tracie Davies | Becky Montgomery


Juliene Snyder


Shelby Jasper

Lena Bailey

Anna Larsen

Flash Kiernan

Kysa Ronnow

Ethan Montgomery

Clark Jasper

Dallin Page

Beckett Ronnow

Boyad Hollingshead

Jack Sorrell

Ian Young

Reagan Miller

Cast List

Cast Bios

Cast Bios

Season Lineup

Season Lineup
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