Bordentown Regional High School’s Thespians will present the comedy show Poofs, or Seven Eventful Years at a Certain School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in October.

Shows at 7:30 p.m. October 21-22. at the Bordentown Performing Arts Center.

“Poofs, or Seven Eventful Years in a Certain School of Witchcraft and Wizardry” by Matthew Cox. The play is about “a certain boy wizard who went to a certain wizarding school and defeated evil” with the help of “Poof,” according to a press release from Bordentown Regional High School (BRHS).

The cast features BRHS seniors Candace Farrell as Leanne, Defnenur Hummus as Sally Perks, Ray Holapeter as Potions Teacher, Clay Hubbard as Ernie Mack, Ryan Kaufman as Wayne, Anna Madden as Narrator, Olivia McGlone as Hannah and Javia and Jake Sfraga as Cedric; juniors Aidan Bramley as Oliver, Sal Carr as J Finch, Jayda Heath as Megan; sophomores Genevieve Shannon as Ginny, Sierra Strack as Rita Scooter; and freshmen Bryn Bowyer as Mr. Voldy, Sika Brenia as Susie Bones, Riley Evans as the Headmaster, Ceilidh Manigrasso as Professor Sprouty, Atlas Planas-Borgstrom as Harry and Gracie Tyler as Blond Malfoy.

The 2012 BRHS musical Legally Blonde was awarded the prestigious Greater Philadelphia Cappie Award for Outstanding Musical. Over the past decade, the Greater Philadelphia Cappie Awards have recognized BRHS theater performances with 60 nominations and 17 awards. BRHS theater productions have also been recognized with awards and nominations from the New Jersey Festival of Theater Artists and the New Jersey Theater Night Awards. Bordentown Regional High School is home to the International Theater Society 6803 troupe.

The Bordentown Performing Arts Center is attached to BRHS and is located at 318 Ward Ave. in Bordentown. The Bordentown Center for the Performing Arts is a 942-seat facility dedicated to bringing local, regional and world-renowned cultural performances to its community.

For information about the performing arts at BRHS, visit, email or call 609-496-1452. For tickets to Puffs visit

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