March 19, 2020


Directed by Angela Farmer

Monty Python’s Spamalot is a new musical lovingly ripped off from the motion picture “Monty Python and the Holy Grail.”


King Arthur: Tony Peregoy
The Lady of the Lake: Charlotte Hendrix-Goodin
Sir Robin: Bryant Stokes
Sir Lancelot: Bodio Popoola
Patsy: Malcom Webster
Sir Galahad: Dionetae Black
Sir Bedevere, Historian, Galahad’s
Rusty Spell
Not Dead Fred, Minstrel, Prince Herbert: Kwinton Thomas
Sir Not Appearing, Sir Bors: Jason Amling
Voice of God: Eric Idle
Tim the Enchanter: Robert Byrd
Concorde: David Carter
French Taunter: Spenser Keel
The Black Knight: Griff Smith
Ensemble: Tim Boyd, Robert Byrd, David Carter, Cindy Davino, Carter DeShazo, Charles Hendrix, Rebecca Hendrix, Alex Johnson, Spenser Keel, Jacie Mize, Griff Smith, and Savanah Eve Stewart


August 4 – 13

Directed by Melanie Brown

The Jungle Book, adapted by Kathryn Schultz Miller, uses bits from both The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling and Jungle Book 2, which includes more about Mowgli. It incorporates many theatrical elements, such as puppets, masks, percussion instruments, audience participation, and animal sounds and movements. This play includes freedom to be creative, a story based on classic literature, a fun setting, and an interesting challenge for the actors.


Jungle People – Narrators

Birchi: Alyanna Wilder
Mao: Brooke Fligel
Ferao: Courtney Thomas
Mang: Rhema Creel
Tabaqui: Reese Colley
Mysa: Olivia Lepezyk

The Claw Pack and Mowlis

Bagheera: Jackson Wells
Baloo: Knowl Garris
Shere Khan: Samuel Ratliff
Young Mowgli: Saori Blackmon
Older Mowgli: Jonathon Hinton


Akela: Jackson Williams
Raksha: Sophia DiJulio
Gray Brother: Kaden McIntyre
Scout: Abby Bubb
Hunter: Sydney Prickett
Luna: Dalton Ruth Bendinger


Ikkis: Izzy Kelley and Lydia Jordan


Hathi: Brodie Winegarden
Hathi Calves: Finn Carter and Harrison Waits

Monkey People

Golden Queen: Isabella Trentcosti
Oriel: Cessaly Kloss
Jago: Isabel Lepezyk
Paagal: Audrey Miller
Kiki: Brianna Prickett
Coon: Jordan Gromberg
Carr: Itamar Sorek
Aadi: Sam Washburn

Puppeteers and Percussion Ensemble

Kaa (Snake): Liz Agerton and Grace Agerton
Nangir (Antelope and Bees): Hannah Hines and Emma Haynes
Darzow (Snake People): Mia Kor and Reese Leavins
Man-Father: Michael Ratliff
Man-Mother: Madyson Peterson
Chil (Vulture): Stella Roberts

Directed by Phillip Beard

Bob: A Life in Five Acts is a play written by the actor and playwright Peter Sinn Nachtrieb. The play follows the life and adventures of Bob, a man certain of his destiny for greatness, as he struggles to find his purpose. Divided into five acts, each section of the play corresponds with a period in Bob’s life.


Bob: Robert Byrd
Chorus I: Nicole Gamache
Chorus II: Garrett Golden
Chorus III: Diana Eidson
Chorus IV: Griff Smith
November 2 – 12

Directed by Richard Trammell

Animal Fables by Aesop is a play-within-a-play operetta led by the narration of a goat. We are swept into a peaceable kingdom where the players at a country fair weave together many of Aesop’s enchanting fables. We learn the classic morals of “slow and steady wins the race” and “practice makes perfect” along with the more obscure “shun the quack” and “fancy dress cannot change the body inside” and are rewarded with real life lessons in a fun
and exciting setting.


Goat / Narrator: Nick DiJulio
Goat / Narrator: Claire Miller
Dog / Narrator: Georgia Morgan
Dog / Narrator: Ellis Royal
Dog Ensemble: Jason Saylor
Dog Ensemble: Anna Kate Hammett
Hare: Jackson Wells
Wolf: Knowl Garris
Lamb: Olivia Lepczyk
Lamb: Mia Rogers
Lamb: Lydia Maple
Lamb: Adelaide Sawyer
Cat: Alexia Van Slyke
Cat: Rachel Brown
Tortoise: Olive Flaherty
City Mouse: Jonathan Hinton
Country Mouse: Alyanna Wilder
Mouse: Soojin Park
Crow: Stella Roberts
Fox: Sophia DiJulio  
March 1 – 10

Directed by Chris Alonzo

The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged) showcases all 37 of Shakespeare’s plays in 97 minutes! Three madcap men in tights weave their wicked way through all of Shakespeare’s comedies, histories, and tragedies in one wild ride that will leave you breathless and helpless with laughter. 


Phillip Beard: Phillip Beard
Robert Byrd: Robert Byrd
Siarah Chapman: Siarah Chapman  


May 10 – 13