Local students stage ‘Our Town’ at Pingry School

Photo Courtesy of Greg Waxberg

BASKING RIDGE, NJ — The Pingry School’s Drama Department presented Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” in November. The story follows the inhabitants of a fictional American town as they learn an invaluable life lesson, even if it’s a little too late.

Pictured are the cast and crew: front row, from left, are Ram Doraswamy of Short Hills, Sydney Stovall of West Orange, Sarah Gagliardi of Warren, Alivia Clark of Springfield, Grace Barral of Bernardsville, Ainsli Shah of Short Hills, Ashleigh Provoost of Bernardsville, Lindsay Cheng of Warren, Evan Berger of Hillsborough, Francesca Rainuzzo of Livingston, Kimberly Wang of Belle Mead, Chelsea Urgilez of Newark, Lily Arrom of Warren and Natalie DeVito of South Plainfield; second row, from left, are Lleyton Lance of Summit, Meina Franzius of Basking Ridge, Mia Shum of Morristown, Josie Alston of Bridgewater, Helen Ma of Stirling, Luca Pizzale of Bernardsville and Adelaide Lance of Summit; third row, from left, are Cordelia Ludden of Summit, Sophia Lewis of Morristown, Charlotte Schneider of Morristown, Anika Govil of Chatham, Jordan Miller of South Orange, Mirika Jambudi of Edison, Grace Stowe of Flemington, Eloise Williamson of Mendham, Milenka Men of Colonia, Kirsten Kamerkar of Warren, Thomas Weldon of Summit, Anna Stowe of Flemington and Ainsley Ellison of Westfield; and fourth row, from left, are Cal Mahoney of Basking Ridge, Josh Thau of Bound Brook, Corbey Ellison of Westfield, Stuart Clark of Short Hills, Alex Kaplan of Westfield, Nina Srikanth of Bridgewater, Ryan Arrazcaeta of Basking Ridge, Jonathan Marsico of Lake Hopatcong, Sonia Talarek of Far Hills, Ronan McGurn of Westfield and Helen Baeck-Hubloux of Morris Township.