Q: What has been your favorite part of being in this cast?
JW: Being with my friends.
TW: Having fun with my friends (which is everyone!)
Q: Who is your favorite character in Guys & Dolls Jr.?
JW: Sky Masterson
TW: My character, Arvide Abernathy.
Q: Have you made any new friends in this cast?
TW: Well, Izsie Hilbert is now my friend, and everyone else was already my friend.
Q: What other shows might people recognize you from?
JW: The crowned prince in The King & I.
TW: The King & I
Q: What do you have in common with your character? What makes you different from your character?
JW: We are both small in size. Angie is bigger mentally (tough).
Q: What have you learned about yourself since participating in the Parkway Playhouse Junior program?
JW: That I am very forgetful.
TW: It is a good way to make friends and it makes a difference in your life.
Q: What is your favorite musical?
JW: The King and I. It was super fun.
TW: The King and I
Q: How has this show been different from previous theatrical experiences you’ve had?
JW: They’ve all been fun, but this is probably the best.
TW: It is the first gangster play I have been in.
Q: What has been your biggest challenge so far while rehearsing this show?
JW: Memorizing dance moves.
TW: Being a grandpa
Q: Why do you think folks should come and see this production of Guys & Dolls Jr.?
JW: I think it’s a great, funny, and jovial musical for everybody.
TW: It has a great cast and a very awesome director!
Q: Are you excited about the 2015 Junior Theater Festival?
JW: Yes, it’s my first time and I like to try new things.
TW: Yes, because there are new things to look forward to!
Q: How old were you when you first decided you wanted to perform?
TW: About 8.
Q: What is your favorite song or scene from the show?
JW: I think my favorite scene is when we’re gambling in the NYC Sewer.
TW: Luck Be A Lady
Q: Is there anything else you think people should know about Parkway Playhouse Junior or Guys & Dolls Jr.?
JW: That any time you can, come and see a play! Also, please enjoy.