Alan Muraoka directs the resident production with choreography by Darren Lee. The limited engagement will play through March 15 at Bass Performance Hall in Ft. Worth, TX.
Gulley (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels) portrays Gabriella, opposite Craig (Altar Boyz) as basketball hero Troy with Cameron Wade as Sharpay Evans and Logan Hart as Ryan Evans.
The High School Musical cast also features Cyndi Steele-Harrod (Ms. Darbus/Ms. Tenny), Brian Mathis (Coach Bolton), Erica Dorfler (Taylor McKessie), Luke Longacre (Chad Danforth), Sarah Zeringue (Kelsi Neilson), Cori Lynne (Martha Cox), Cody Jenkins (Jack Scott) and Christopher Messina (Ripper).
The ensemble includes Chip Abbott, Deanna Aguinaga, Rhett Beggs, Charnell Bratton, Kristy Cavanaugh, Alicia Charles, Walter Lee Cunningham, Dean de Luna, Sarah Dickerson, Michelle Foard, Lili Froelich, Jenine Galante, Simone Gundy, Colin Israel, Maurice Johnson, Tim Kodres, Lonna Marie, Jeremy McQueen, Curt Mega, Ashley Smith, Samantha Sturm, Michael Sylvester, Amanda Thompson, Haydee Vanessa and Travis Waldschmidt.
W. Brent Sawyer serves as musical director on a creative team that also features Jeffery Meeks (costume designer) and Craig Stelzenmuller (lighting designer). Based on the hit 2006 Disney film, the stage production of High School Musical has a book by David Simpatico, adapted from the original movie script by Peter Barsocchini. All the songs from the original soundtrack (written by numerous songwriters) are featured in the show along with two added songs.
Tickets for High School Musical, priced $30-$75, are available by phoning (817) 332-2272 or by visiting CasaMañana.