April 1, 2020


Directed by Angela Farmer

Every bit as relevant to audience members who will remember the original as it will be to newcomers, Young Frankenstein has all the of panache of the screen sensation with a little extra theatrical flair added. It will surely be the perfect opportunity for a production company to showcase an array of talents. Young Frankenstein is scientifically proven, monstrously good entertainment.


Herald, Victor Frankenstein: Michael Prickett  
Inspector Kemp: Ian Edwards  
Ziggy: Kwinton Thompkins  
Fredrick Frankenstein: Paul Stalter-Pace  
Mr. Hilltop, Shoeshine Boy: David Martin  
Messenger: Savanah Eve Stewart  
Elizabeth Benning: Geneva “Katie” Willis  
Igor: Bryant Stokes
Inga: Kelly Davino  
Frau Blucher: Cheryl Jackson  
Monster: Malcom Webster  
Bob: Evelyn Farmer-Alroth  
Hermit: Liam Brayden Conrad Farmer-Alroth  
Dracula: Jonathan Conner  
Ensemble: Jackie Mize, Cindy Davino, Julie Newsome,
Evelyn Farmer-Alroth  
Make Your Move Dance Studio Dancers: Mandy Moore, Jaime Moore, Kim Davis, Kim Latimore, Jennifer Ambrose, Kari Pierce
Village Plains Tribal Fusion Dancers: Arianna (director), Nashiz, Gayla,
Una, Genevieve
August 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30

Directed by Melanie Brown

In Dick Whittington and His Amazing Cat, Dick teams up with an extraordinary cat when he travels to seek his fortune in London. While Dick struggles to make ends meet as a kitchen boy, Pussycat escapes to Morania and becomes a Queen by saving that country from a plague of mice. She sends back so much gold and jewelry that Dick becomes a wealthy man. This is a charming musical, filled with outrageous characters.


Dick Whittington: Jackson Williams
Pussycat: Sophia DiJulio
Cook: Abby Bowling
Mr. Fitzwarren: Ellis Royal
Ann: Hannah Herring 
Captain Howsley: Josh Bramblett 
Gransville: Nathan Evans 
Nancy: Emma Myers 
Jane: Berkley Peacock 
Hob: Adelaide Sawyer 
Pluckenhenn: Rhema Creel 
Longshanks: Jackson Wells 
Sailor: Matthew Patkowski 
Chancellor: Daniel Czerkawski 
Caliph: Brodie Winegarden 
Mice: Reese Colley (Cheese-a-bell), Finn Davis (Cheesy), Hannah Davis (Squeaks), Sophie Davis (Zoomo), Angelina Dong (Angelina), Kylie Hill (Cheese), Lydia Jordan (Pingpong), Stella Stewart (Cheeseball),
and Stella Weigel (Squeakette)
Ensemble: Janset Aksoy, Addie Davis, Chadie Farr, Brooke Fligel, Caroline Malone, Audrey Miller, Mamie Nicholson, Madyson Peterson

October 1, 2, 3, and 5

Directed by Chris Alonzo

The Love Cycle is a series of three short plays portraying the challenges and triumphs associated with love by depicting three couples in three different stages of life — a teenage couple just starting out, newlyweds facing fresh issues and a retired couple looking back on their long relationship.


“A Blooming of Ivy”  
Ivy: Andrea Holliday
George: Terry Kelley  
“At The Edge of No Return”  
She: Addison Peacock
He: Andrew Bowling  
“Here We Are”  
She: Christine Shumock
He: Chad Kendrick  
“Counting the Ways”  
She: Jacqueline “Jackie” Mize
He: Jason “Jay” Amling  
November 6-8
“A Blooming of Ivy,” directed by Amy McDow, was the winner of the ACT’Fest 2016 at the Alabama Conference of Theatre.

Directed by Amber Hanel

The legend of Peter Pan has been delighting children for over 100 years and this faithful new version is a festive adventure, perfect for the whole family. Featuring music and lyrics by the award-winning duo George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, we join Peter and the Darling family as they are whisked away to the famous land full of colorful characters including the Lost Boys, Tiger Lily and, of course, the dastardly Captain Hook. 


The Storyteller: Grace Lanier
Newspaper Boy: Ellis Royal
Mrs. Darling: Camryn Chapman
Nana: Alexia Van Slyke
Wendy: Kitty Key
John: Lindsay Evermon
Michael: Walker Kemp
Mr. Darling (George): Matthew Johnson
Liza: Carson Barnes
Peter Pan: Nicholas Dijulio
Tinker Bell’s Bell: Berkeley Peacock
Slightly: Gabrielle Shields
Tootles: Aubry Capps
Nibs: Ellis Royal
Curly: Mari Miles Dempsey
First Twin: Sadie Lynne Sawyer
Second Twin: Olivia Wilbanks
Pip: Emily Raewyn Ratliff
Tiger Lily: Abbie Starr
Indian Ensemble: Margaret Aldridge, Carson Barnes, Matthew Johnson, Emily Taber, McLain Watson
Mermaids: Margaret Aldridge, Camryn Chapman,
Emily Taber
Captain Hook: Caleb Jefferson
Smee: Bailey Gosser
Cecco: Keara Harris
Mullins: Anna Lynn Starr
Jukes: Alexia Van Slyke  


March 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11, and 12

Directed by Phillip Beard

In this riotously funny Southern-fried comedy, the three Verdeen cousins—Gaynelle, Peaches, and Jimmie Wyvette—could not have picked a worse time to throw their family reunion. Their outrageous antics have delighted local gossips in the small town of Sweetgum (just down the road from Fayro) and the eyes of Texas are upon them. As this fast-paced romp barrels toward its uproarious climax, you’ll wish your own family reunions were this much fun!


Cee Cee Windham: Nicole Gamache
Gaynelle Verdeen Bodeen: Patti Landreau
Lamerle Verdeen Minishew: Lori McCormack
Aubrey Verdeen: Robert Norman
Jimmie Wyvette Verdeen: Stephanie Prickett
Peaches Verdeen Belrose: Wendy Swann
Bitsy Hargis: Madison Richards
Newt Blaylock: Michael Prickett
Sheriff Grover Lout: Jason Amling
Elsa Dowdall: Cindy Davino
Mama Doll Hargis: Carter deShazo
Purvis Verdeen: Rebecca Henderson  
May 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, and 15