Quirk’s Players’ Alumni Night A Success

FULTON, NY – Quirk’s Players of Fulton’s G. Ray Bodley High School began a new tradition at this year’s annual school musical, Alumni Night.

The local theatre group welcomed back graduates who were involved in the plays and musicals at G. Ray Bodley High School since the school opened.

A large number of alumni were present – some who had the privilege of working with Mr. William Quirk, for whom the group is named.

“We were thrilled that so many of our graduates joined us at this year’s musical,” said Tom Briggs,  director of Quirk’s Players and also a Quirk’s Players graduate. “Our graduates helped shape this organization and establish high expectations and standards for our productions. We wouldn’t be here today without their contributions to this program.”

Quirk's Players' Alumni Night
Quirk’s Players’ Alumni Night

Briggs explained that Quirk’s Players looks forward to a greater turnout from alumni at next year’s school musical for the second annual Alumni Night.

Though a few graduates were camera shy, most returned to the GRB stage for a group photo.

Alumni pictured here are – in front, from left: Lacey Rusaw, Laura Perwitz, Sarah Perwitz, Devyn Viscome, Krista Vann, Peg Peck, Amanda Trombly, Robbie Lagowski, Vanessa Langdon,  Mitch Lalik, Katelyn Caza and Ryann Crofoot.

In the middle row, from left: Stephanie Cuyler Lewis, Mark Wettering, Kylee Greenleaf, Jessica Tetro, Amanda Tetro, Clare Bawarski, Morgan Stafford, Kassie McCann, Nathan Deavers, Josh Strauss, Alex Bawarski and Ian Taft.

In the top row, from left: music director Thomas Nami, director Tom Briggs, Steve Crofoot assistant director, Rob Lescarbeau, Christina Teetsel, John Rizzo, Marie Malone Brown, Ryan Webb, Rob Acker, Steven McDougall, Renee Newton Fenske, Nathan Hawthorne, Jennifer Goss Kissel, Troy Lund, Liza MacDougall Grethel, Bryan Newton, Hannah Smith, Sarah Teetsel, Brian Wettering, Erin Buck and Jeremy Malette.