Cast Change

Hey blog world! Today’s daily post (find it here) is called “Cast Change”. You’ve just been named the casting director of your favorite television show (or movie franchise). The catch: you must replace the entire cast — with your friends and family. Who gets which role?

Here in Newfoundland we have an abundance of incredible local talent. I`ve seen productions of broadway calibre here! “Annie”, “Hairspray”, “Les Miserables” and “The Sound of Music” just to name a few. One show that has not been locally produced yet is “Mamma Mia”. I think local stars doing a production of “Mamma Mia” would be amazing so that is the movie I would chose to recast and this is how I would do that

Kiersten Noel Kiersten as the female lead role Sophie Sophie  .

Kiersten’s husband Tim Matson Tim as the male lead  Sky Sky.

Shelley Neville Shelley as Sophie’s mom Donna Mamma Mia

In the roles of Sophie’s three possible Dads are Peter Halley Peter Halley as Sam Sam, Darrin Martin Darrin as Harry Harry and Peter MacDonald (photo unavailable) as Bill Bll.

Kelly-Ann Evans Kelly-Ann Evans as Sophie’s aunt Tanya Tanya and Janet Cull Janet as Sophie’s aunt Rosie.

I think that these super troupers would all be amazing in “Mamma Mia”! If a movie remake with this cast isn’t possible then I would at least love to see them all in these roles on stage! If you had the chance to recast your favorite movie or tv show with your friends and family what would you chose and who would play who? Tell me in the comments or blog about it! Until then remember “If you see the wonder of a fairy tale, you can take the future even if you fail.”


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