MEET THE CAST

Patrick Schefsky
(Richard Peabody)

Patrick’s prior shows include Les Miserables, Shrek, The Mystery of Edwin Drood and Beauty in the Beast at MCFTA.  When Patrick is not on stage, he enjoys playing men’s over 30 league soccer, serves as a member on MCFTA volunteer relations committee and also a member of the Midland Noon Rotary Club.  Patrick is most looking forward to finding a pigeon in the audience to torture each night.

Andrew Fort
(Horace Flatfoot)

Andrew’s prior shows include The Drowsy Chaperone and Beauty and the Beast at MCFTA.  When Andrew is not on stage, he enjoys playing bass guitar and home brewing beers.   Andrew is looking forward performing improv with the audience and seeing how they react to a dinner show like Who.  He is also looking forward to blowing people away with his flawless French accent.  

Isaac Wood
(Shamus Flatfoot)

Isaac graduated from SVSU with a BA in Theatre.  His prior shows include Heathers: The Musical at Pit and Balcony, Long Day’s Journey Into Night at MCFTA and A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Second Shift Theatre.  Isaac is most looking forward to working on a brand new show so open for creative ideas and with mostly new people!

Erica Tatum
(Ms. Ivory)

Erica studied theatre at Kirtland Community College, where she appeared in several productions, including God of Carnage and A Christmas Carol.  She played Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls at Tawas Bay Playhouse and reprised her role as Veronica in Pit and Balcony’s production of God of Carnage.  More recently, she was in MCFTA’s Rocky Horror Show as Eddie and MCFTA’s The Drowsy Chaperone as Trix.  When not on stage, she enjoys cosplay and collects retro video games and accessories.  Erica is most looking forward to the free drinks.

Katrina Doud
(Mildred Tuttlebottom)

Katrina played the bird woman in Mary Poppins at MCFTA, Wizard of Oz with a few of the original munchkins and A Christmas Carol.  An interesting tidbit about Katrina is she has had 13 years of formal voice coaching and been on a European voice tour with the United States Collegiate Choir.  After many years of being a proud navy wife traveling the world, Katrina  now loves the settled farm life.  Katrina is most looking forward to working with her beautiful and talented daughters while also excited to support her friend Natalie on this awesome endeavor.

Aiden Montgomery
(Vincent Schneider)

Aiden’s prior shows include Almost Maine, Legally Blonde, Rent, Rocky Horror and he directed The Last 5 Years.  He recently started his own theatre company, Passion Theatre.  Aiden is most looking forward to trying something new and unique in order to expand his theatre experience.  Also, he is looking for to bringing something to Midland people have not seen before.

Maggie Reed
(Roxanne Bennett)

Maggie has been a part of many productions through Peanut Gallery, Dow High School Drama and TMI.  Recently, she was seen as Kelsi in High School Musical, Duffy in Annie and Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls.  She also has been taking ballet at Dean/Black for 2 years and am a member of the Dow High School Choirs.  Maggie is excited to take part in a show that’s so different from what she normally does.  She thinks Who? is funny and can’t wait to bring it to life!

Amelia Sutherland
(Betty Posh)

Amelia’s prior shows include Holes and Quixote at the Peanut Gallery, and White Christmas at Pit and Balcony.  She also is a member of the Meister singers, Bella Voce and 2015 National American Miss Michigan Actress Winner.  With this production, Amelia is most looking forward to the interacting with the audience and the setting of the interesting time period of the show.

Kiernan Doud
(Esther Stein)

Kiernan’s prior shows include Peter Pan, Christmas Carol, Godspell, Crazy For You and Wizard of Oz.  When Kiernan is not on stage, she enjoys reading, running and binge watching Netflix.  With this production, Kiernan is most looking forward to getting into theatre again and excited to have fun doing improv with the audience!

Olivia Stuart
(Margaret Windsor)

Olivia’s prior shows includes the Music Man at Jefferson Middle School.  She also sings in choir and is a gymnast.  Olivia loves to sing, but when she is not on stage, she likes to do makeup, especially SFX makeup and shop for clothes.  With this production, Olivia is most looking forward to singing.

Marci Rogers
(Mrs. Flamingo)

Marci has a BFA in Theatre Studies from the University of Texas at Austin and was a theatre arts teacher before moving to Michigan.  She has 15 years of ballet, tap and jazz along with two years as an assistant dance instructor and choreographer.  Marci has been in many musicals and cabarets.  Marci is the mom to 2 kids: Marcellous (8) and Tansley (12) and wife to True.  When she isn’t on stage, she is chauffeuring the kids, watching The Walking Dead with her daughter and is an aspiring future special effects artist.  With this production, Marci is most looking forward to collaborating and creating something new.  Especially entertaining and smoozing the audience members.

Tirzah Doud
(Mary Flamingo)

Tirzah’s prior shows include Peter Pan, Godspell and The Miracle Worker.  When Tirzah isn’t on the stage, she is a sideline and competitive cheerleader at Meridian High School.  With this production, Tirzah is most looking for to growing and strengthening her musical experience while also making great friends in the process!

Cameron Slawnyk
(Alice Flamingo)

Cameron’s prior show includes Pit and Balcony’s theatre camp in 2016.  When Cameron is not on stage, she likes to chat on the computer with friends and watch ghost adventures with her dad.  With this production, Cameron is most looking forward to being a part of something new.

Steven Holty
(Father Eton)

Steven P. Holty returns to Great Lakes Bay theatre where he was last seen as Leon Czolgosz in Assassins, Collins in RENT, and Rocky in the Rocky Horror Show. Going on 20 years ago he transplanted to Midland from South Dakota to work his Chemical Engineering and MBA degrees at Dow Corning and Hemlock Semiconductor. Thank you to his family for 3 decades of supporting his passion, “To my wife Alicia… thank you so much for your love and support. I love you!”

Andrew Fergerson
(Admiral Au Jus)

Andrew’s prior shows include My Fair Lady, Beauty and the Beast, Spamalot, Jesus Christ Superstar, Rent, Crazy For You, Young Frankenstein, Godspell, 25th Annual Putnam, County Spelling Bee.  He is also involved at Bay City Players, MCFTA and Pit and Balcony.  When not on theatrical stage, Andrew plays guitar as front man in his band Down Luck Johnnys.  With this production, Andrew is most looking forward to learning a new style of performing, getting to know an amazing cast, and helping create a new show and character.

Jake Monroe
(Doctor Clementine)

Jake has been active over 25 years in various community theater groups and shows include: Children of Eden, Over the River and Through the Woods, Hello Dolly!, Dearly Departed, Les Miserables, A Christmas Carol, Sound of Music, Crazy for You, Spamalot, My Fair Lady, The Wizard of Oz, Clue, King and I, and 1776.  When Jake is not on stage, he enjoys flyfishing, happens to be a parent of triplets and is interested in Autism awareness.  With this production, Jake is most looking forward to the improv growth opportunity while also developing a multiple personality character.  Not to mention getting to work with a new group of cast mates and the challenging opportunity to be part of a first time production in a murder mystery.

Natalie Slawnyk
(Miss Canary)

Natalie has been in over 30+ shows and has performed at MCFTA, Pit and Balcony, Bay City Players, The Temple Theatre, The State Theatre and in Mount Pleasant.  One of her most influential theater experiences was being in the Off Broadway show, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding.  When not on stage, Natalie enjoys travelling, spending time with her husband, daughter, dog and cat, and thinking about what show to audition for next.  With this production, Natalie is most looking forward to sharing the crazy and hilarious story she dreamt up with audiences and seeing how they react.  Natalie is overjoyed to have such talented artists most whom signed on only after reading character descriptions before the script was written.  She is also looking forward to the opportunity to perform this unique type of show again and hopes it becomes one of the most enriching, unique theater opportunities for all the artists involved.