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Cast Announced for SHE KILLS MONSTERS at Village Players

VP_new logoCAST ANNOUNCED FOR SHE KILLS MONSTERS AT VILLAGE PLAYERS

January 27, 2023, Fort Thomas, KY— Village Players of Fort Thomas and director Amy Waldfogle are excited to announce the cast of She Kills Monsters, which runs April 28 – May 6, 2023.

She Kills Monsters is a dramatic adventure into the world of fantasy role-playing games! In this high-octane comedy laden with homicidal fairies, nasty ogres and 90s pop culture, acclaimed playwright Qui Nguyen offers a heart-pounding homage to the geek and warrior within us all.

The cast

  • Tilly – Anna-Grace Rose
  • Agnes – Faith Gingrich-Goetz
  • Chuck – Travis Ryan
  • Miles – Kevin Rife
  • Vera/Narrator – Lacy Knauer
  • Lilith – Megan Carr
  • Kaliope – Laurel Ellis
  • Orcus – Joe Hamzy
  • Steve – Brahm Riggs
  • Farrah – Becky Coots
  • Evil Gabbi – Hannah Ehteshami
  • Evil Tina – Molly Barresi

Waldfogle said of the cast that “The party is assembled and we are ready to embark on our adventure!”

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased online at villageplayers.org.

Village Players of Fort Thomas is a vibrant community theatre, continually producing plays and musicals for almost 60 years. Our productions range across a spectrum of periods and styles, presented in our intimate, three-quarter-thrust performance space in the heart of Fort Thomas, Kentucky. We stage innovative and of-the-moment works alongside beloved classic pieces while serving as an incubator for new talent, ideas, and writing. Each season features four mainstage shows, including a family-friendly winter production, as well as a summer production of original short plays produced by the New Works branch of the group.

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Cast Announced for KINKY BOOTS at Cincinnati Music Theatre

CMT_logoCincinnati Music Theatre is excited to finally announce the cast and crew of our upcoming main stage production of  KINKY BOOTS.

  • Charlie Price: Robert Breslin IV
  • Lola/Simon: Garrett Klaas
  • Don: Jamie Sivrais
  • Lauren: Rebecca Wall
  • Nicola: Sarah Gidley
  • Pat: Mary Vosseberg
  • Trish: Laura Petracco
  • George: JM Durnil
  • Harry/Ensemble: Garry Zink
  • Mr. Price/Ensemble: Dana Kisor
  • Young Lola: El Sulcer
  • Young Charlie: Paul Hahn
  • The Angels: Brian Anderson, Kyle Fisher, Max Mason, Brett Parr, Michael Phillips & Daniel Uetrecht
  • The Ensemble: Tosha Gibson, Nate Huitger, Hannah Johnson, Chelsea Patterson, Alex Shaw, Elizabeth Travnik

Production Team:

  • Director/Co-Producer- Aubrey E. Wilson
  • Assistant Director- Ariel Mary Ann
  • Co-Producer- Chelsey Ross
  • Choreographer- Jules Breslin
  • Vocal Director- Madelaine Wilkerson
  • Music Director- Charles Wilhelm
  • Drag Consultant- Mirelle Jane Divine
  • Drag Consultant- Brooklyn Steele-Tate

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Cast Announced for GOD OF CARNAGE at Dayton Playhouse

DPH_logoDayton Playhouse is excited to announce the cast of GOD OF CARNAGE.

  • Alan Raleigh- Jeremy Gingrich
  • Annette Raleigh- Kellie C. Kelly
  • Michael Novak- Mike Beerbower
  • Veronica Novak- Amy Askins

Directed by Tim Rezash, performances run weekends March 10 through 19.

For more information visit www..thedaytonplayhouse.com.

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Cast Announced for LEND ME A TENOR at Lebanon Theatre Company

LTC_logoThe cast includes:

  • Evan Smith as Max
  • Darien Hewett as Maggie
  • Michael Schumacher as Saunders
  • Scott Mussari as Tito
  • Jessica Armour as Maria
  • Michael Cline as Bellhop
  • Tina Green as Diana
  • Karla Meeker as Julia

Performances run Feb. 24-March 5

For more information visit www.ltcplays.com

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Cast Announced for THE CHILDREN at Middletown Lyric Theatre

MLT_logoCast Announced for THE CHILDREN at Middletown Lyric Theatre

The cast incudes:

  • Gail Randolph as Hazel
  • Cathy Roesener as Rose
  • John Wysong as Robin

Do baby boomers owe the next generation anything? The children raises a profound question about whether having children sharpens, or diminishes; one’s sense of responsibility. In this, richly suggestive and beautifully written piece we find two retired nuclear scientists isolated in a remote seaside cottage while the world around them crumbles. That is until an old friend arrives with a frightening request.

Performances run March 3-11.

For more information visit www.middletownlyric.org

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