Munford High School is proud to announce its theater department’s production of “Noses Off,” which opens tonight at the Historic Ruffin Theater in Covington.

Noses Off tells the story of an amateur theater company’s whodunit as it hurtles towards opening night — but the real mystery is whether the cast and crew can get this disaster to curtain call.


The cast and crew of this production are made up of 9-12th grade theater students at MHS who are proud to present their first show of the 23-24 school year:


Lila – Selena Harris

Sammy – Natalya Certeza

Obo – MaryBelle Stafford

Estrella – Danielyssa Naranjo

Millie – Amaiya Penn

Brenda – Andrea Fernandez

Marvin – Nathaniel Weatherford

Jake – Jacob Butcher

Tristan – Cameron Bernier

Taylor – Campbell Kelley

Arnold – Jonathan Billings

Kaylie – Naeemah Handley

Steve – Bryton Taylor

Masha – Aria Hughes-Payne

Eleanor – Savannah Waack


Lila – Kaylee Higgs

Sammy – Mia Rodriguez

Obo – Zarek Mason

Estrella – Ashland Schimpf

Millie – Samantha Taylor

Brenda – Reggieann Nicolas

Marvin – Kannon Siebert

Jake – Wyatt Butcher

Tristan – Connor Weatherford

Taylor – Lily Rosas

Arnold – Jonah McKan

Kaylie – Cecelia Chambers

Steve – Jaime Lamas

Masha – Dakota Smith


Stage Manager – Ansley Browder

Sound Design – Amya Jones

Lighting Technician – Aulbre’ Patterson

Makeup – Jaden Arnold

Makeup – Logan Smith

Stage Crew – Jesse Reed II

This performance is under the direction of Jordan Wells, who is in his second year with this program. Wells is also a Teaching Artist with the Orpheum Theatre Group and an Artistic Advisor to the Tipton Arts Council. The understudy cast was directed by Micaiah Roker, who is no stranger to the theatrical scene in the Mid Mid-South. MHS Senior MaryBelle Stafford serves as Student Director for this production. Tim Brown, a seasoned theatrical lighting expert from Memphis is directing the lighting for each of the four performances this weekend.

Show times are Thursday, Nov. 9 through Saturday, Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m. and an afternoon performance on Sunday, November 12th at 2:30.

Tickets are available in advance by visiting or can be purchased at the door. The cost of tickets is $10.

Jennifer Tyler
Author: Jennifer Tyler