WHEELING - Oglebay Institute's Parcel Players open their summer theater season with Wade Bradford's "Tomorrow's Wish," which will be staged at 7 p.m. July 9-12 at OI's Towngate Theatre, 2118 Market Street, Wheeling.
Directed by P.D. Gregg, "Tomorrow's Wish" is a three-act comedy-drama with a bit of fantasy thrown into the mix. During the most boring summer of her life, 16-year-old Megan Pomerville must now deal with her strange, friendly yet embarrassing cousin Juniper, a home-schooled teen who's been living a sheltered and secluded country life. Megan's cynical attitude soon changes when she discovers Juniper's secret - a secret so remarkable it will change their lives forever.
The cast of "Tomorrow's Wish" includes: Joel Nau, Maggie Aulick, Abbey Delk, Samantha Klemm, Hannah Hlad, Willie McCleery, Aimee Schultz, Bradley Orzolek, Kevin Stryker, Juan Dunlap, Lindsey Wayne, Jamilyn Helms, Tamara Smathers and Sara Ihlenfeld.
“Tomorrow’s Wish” cast members include: first row (left to right): Willie McCleery, Aimee Schultz, Hannah Hlad, Joel Nau; second row (left to right): Jamilyn Helms, Tamara Smathers, Lindsey Wayne, Maggie Aulick and third row (left to right): Samantha Klemm, Kevin Stryker, Bradley Orzolek, Juan Dunlap.
Oglebay Institute's Parcel Players features some of the Ohio Valley's most talented young thespians. The program offers young people, from age 12 through college, a chance to act, direct, design sets, work with costumes, lighting and more. By fostering young talent, Parcel Players ensures the future success of Towngate and community theatre in the Ohio Valley.
Tickets are available at the door, at or by calling the Stifel Fine Arts Center at 304-242-7700.
Towngate is located across the street from St. Alphonsus Catholic Church in the historic Centre Market district of Wheeling at 2118 Market Street.