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Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Perk Players will perform “Wicked Wonderland II: The Monster Monologues” October 29-31 at 6:30 p.m. in the Malone Hall Auditorium on the Perkinston Campus.

The monologues consist of a group of monster friends eulogizing their friend, the Fly. The Blob, Werewolf and Mummy all have hilarious fun telling stories about their friend. Halloween songs and other spooky and hilarious monologues, such as the Weird Sisters from Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” are included. Music includes “The Monster Mash” and songs from the movie “Hocus Pocus.”

The cast includes Dasia Rayborn, The Blob’s Monologue; Robert Rankin, Chantavia Davis, and Gustavio Ramirez, Three Witches’ Monologue; Danielle Davis, “Night of Fright”; Lita Rish and Greg Walmsley, “My Next Door Neighbor is a Witch”; Tiffani Jernigan, Madison Havard, Gustavio Ramirez, Tristin Shiffer and Destiny Orengo, “Rules for Halloween”; Ashton Chaney, “Dad’s Defense”; Trevor Griffin, Mummy’s Monologue; Caitlyn Diamond, Wicked Witch of the West’s Monologue; Elijah Hall, Werewolf’s Monologue; and Anthony James, Zombie’s Monologue.

“Come Little Children” is performed by Haleigh Blanchard and Daniel Mohr. “I Put a Spell on You” is performed by Caitlyn Diamond, Annie Hillman and Galen Johnson. “The Monster Mash” is performed by the entire cast.

The crew includes Bill Lipscomb, director; Brandon Ring, music direction; Bill Lipscomb and Kenny Yocum, set design; Britney Patten, “Monster Mash” choreography; Mikayla Denton, Jewelee Garcia and Ahmaud Reese, stage crew; Minley Brumley, lights and sound; Makayla Gunter, Destinee Cure, JoLee Goff, Krista Howard, Karah Grady, Amie Peacock, Jade Wheeler, Sarah McGowan, make-up design.

The monologues were written by Brad Bishop, Opie Cooper, Danny Dauphin, Brent Hearn, John Howell, Beth Kander, and Bret Kenyon.

This production is being offered by special arrangement with Fondren Theatre Workshop.

Tickets are $3 for students and $5 general admission and may be purchased at the door. For more information about the play, contact Bill Lipscomb at 601.928.6282 or or Brandon Ring at 601.928.6370 or

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