Usherette – Karen Hourigan
Narrator – Jeff Goldberg
Brad – Will Griffith
Janet – Sara Albertelli
Riff Raff – Elmer Smith
Frankenfurter – Mark Cameron
Rocky – Josh White
Eddie – Don Bingham
Magenta – Jessie Mainor
Columbia – Kelley Sintes
Dr. Scott – Mike Hines
Phantoms: Juliet Hicks, Jan Cote Merow, Heather Johnson, Sydney Gray, Amber Kramer, Marci Roberts, Shelbi Wilkinson
Thank you to all who came out to audition. If you’d like to be part of the show behind the scenes, we are always looking for volunteers to assist with sets, costumes, props and publicity.
Amelia Musical Playhouse welcomes the acoustic blues duo of Tom Leon and Manew Blue. Tom and Manew recently played at AMP in Solomon Johnson’s Songs of a People and liked the venue so much they decided to come back for an evening of blues. Tom plays guitar, Manew plays harmonica, and they both sing. They are passionate about the roots of blues music and ardently give it back to us. They are both natives of France and a few years ago decided to settle in north Florida.
Manew Blew won the title of “Florida Harmonica Grand Champion 2013-14.” He has played with many Mississippi and Memphis bluesmen and women, including Big Joe Turner, Ms. Nickki, Super Chikan, and Mud Morganfield – the eldest son of Muddy Waters. He will be performing some original material as well.
Tom Leon will play acoustic guitar and play and sing blues standards from Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Robert Johnson, and BB King. He also plays a mean slide guitar!
Congratulations to the cast of SHREK and thank you to all who came out to audition!
Shrek – Chad Miller
Fiona – Dara Pickren-Davis
Donkey – Patrick Johnson
Farquaad – Jeff Groden-Thomas
Pinocchio – Joseph Woodlief; Jessica Mainor
Dragon – Haley Vonnoh
Sugar Plum Fairy/Gingy – Natalie Bloss
Teen Fiona – Annabelle Combs; Juliet Hicks; Shay Porter
Young Fiona – Addison Albrecht; Brooke Little; Olivia Lynch
Young Shrek/Dwarf – Brandon Bingham; Cooper Thompson
Papa Ogre/Papa Bear – Don Bingham
Mama Ogre/Mama Bear – Colleen Perry
Baby Bear – Bella Gonzalez
King Harold – To Be Assigned
Queen Lillian/Blind Mouse – Meghan Miller
Elf/Blind Mouse – Adeline Bishop
Ugly Duckling/Blind Mouse – Jamie Wilkinson
Pig 1/Knight – Marcos Jerez-Young
Pig 2/Knight – Matthew Johnson
Pig 3/Knight – Ryan Maurer
Humpty Dumpty – Emily Stillwell
Pied Piper – Loran Tyler
Thelonius/Bishop – De’Andre Clarke
Fairy Godmother – Rachel Tyler
Peter Pan – Sarah Perkins
Dull Greeter – Eli Groden-Thomas
Tweedle Dee – Amber Kramer
Big Bad Wolf/Captain of the Guard – Josh White
Witch – Gracie White
Mad Hatter – Shelby Wilkinson
White Rabbit – Emily Ford
Goldilocks – Ella Anderson
Little Miss Muffet – Lilly Hilliker; Tiger Lily Rogers
Little Red Riding Hood – Lily Hamilton;Meg Groden-Thomas
We’re always looking for volunteers, building materials and other items for our numerous productions. We couldn’t do what we do without all of the generous donations of time and materials from our community.
Take a look and see if there are any ways in which you can help make theatre magic. If so, please contact Jill Dillingham at (904) 277-3455 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Musicians for rehearsals and performances
Front of the house: ushers, bar attendants, box office
Backstage: props runners, stage managers
Publicity: graphic design, social media, Web site management
Eliza Doolittle – Jessica Mainor
Professor Henry Higgins – Don Maley
Colonel Pickering – Don Bingham
Alfred P. Doolittle – Bill Raser
Mrs. Pearce – Kara Brooker
Mrs. Higgins – Karen Hourigan
Mrs. Eynsford-Hill – Haley Vonnoh
Freddy Eynsford-Hill -David Rivera
Amanda Rose Powell
Two New Acting Classes for Adults taught by Sinda Nichols of Live Ink Theatre
8 week session: June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 11, 18, 25, Aug 1, Aug 8 (Actor’ s showcase) Cost: $80
Acting Basics – The Art of Play: This class is designed for all levels of actors. Students will explore the use of theatre games and improv to hone acting skills. Monologues, short scenes and stories will be rehearsed and performed. Mondays, 12 noon to 2 pm, Amelia Musical Playhouse, 1955 Island Walkway, Fernandina Beach
Advanced Scene Study: This class is designed for actors with prior experience who want to explore the acting process in greater depth. Students will memorize and work on two scenes with partners. Monday, 6:30 – 8:30 pm, Royal Amelia Dance Academy, 1897 Island Walkway, Fernandina Beach.
Teacher/Coach: Sinda Nichols, actor, director and founder of Live Ink Theatre, To enroll and for more information contact Sinda at email@example.com.
ABOUT SINDA: Sinda Nichols is an actor/director/coach. She tours the one woman shows, BELLE OF AMHERST and THE LADY WITH ALL THE ANSWERS, directs staged readings for Live Ink Theatre, and is currently acting at the 5 & Dime Theatre in Jacksonville. Sinda studies frequently at Atlantic Theatre school in NYC and loves to share what she learns there with local actors. She enjoys teaching acting to students of all levels and helping people develop their own personal creative process for all artistic pursuits.