Adrienne Reynolds doesn't have to stretch too hard to channel the outgoing spirit in "Thoroughly Modern Millie." She may be the 15-year-old St. Mary's High School student who lives in Woodbridge, but Adrienne Reynolds is already preparing for her future as an actress - and waitress - in the Big Apple. Well spoken like the 1920s young woman she plays on stage, Adrienne Reynolds is passionate about acting, singing, dancing, being an honor student and playing the role she's always dreamed of playing.
Directed by Adrienne Reynolds's father, Rex Reynolds, "Thoroughly Modern Millie" is a production by Lodi Theater for Youth and Rex Reynolds and The Thoroughly Modern Theatre Company.
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