Kiss Me Kate Cast & Crew

Production Dates:
June 4-7 & June 10-13

Director: Vickie Parker
Musical Director: Geoff Price
Synthesizer:Pat Scott
Bass: Ashley Holmes
Percussion: Michael McClaine
Choreographer: Lita Sandy
Technical Director: Bryan Schroeder
Set Design/Visual Consultant: Linda Gjesvold
Assistant Directors & Dogbodies: Jack Randall Earles

Kullan Edberg – is headed to NYU in the fall to study
theatre. Her most recent credits include “The Odd
Couple” at GHS and “Singin’ In the Rain” (for which
she won the Upstage Award for her role as Lina Lamont). 
She also has appeared in “Pippin” and “The Sound of
Music” at PCPH.

Costume Co-Ordinator: Pat Armitage

Cast List
FRED GRAHAM/PETRUCHIO: Dan Stockton – is a Putnam County
native with many Playhouse appearances to his credit. He
is a full time family man and a part time journalist
(his column appears in the local Banner-Graphic), golfer,
and biker. Dan is running for Congress is 2010.

LILLI VANESSI/KATHERINE: Jodi Green Wingler – is currently
the Manager of Youth Services at the Danville Public
Library, but is originally from Greencastle, grew up at
PCP and last performed here in “Cinderella” (Fairy Godmother)
in 2007. Professional theater credits include “South Pacific”
(Nellie Forbush) and “Oklahoma!” (Ado Annie) at Myers Dinner
Theatre, “Miracle on 34th Street” (Miss Adams) at the
Scottish Rite Performing Arts Center, and two operas with the
Indianapolis Opera, as well as soloist work in concerts.

LOIS LANE/BIANCA: Jessica Ann Kelley – is a graduate of DePauw
University with a BA in Music Performance. She currently
resides on the south side of Indianapolis. This is her third
show at PCPH. She played the title role in our production of

BILL CALHOUN/LUCENTIO: Kenneth Lee Buchanan – This is Kenny’s
second show at PCPH and his fifth appearance onstage. He will
be a junior at Greencastle High School and plans to be onstage
many more times.

FIRST GANGSTER: Scott Armitage – is a PCPH veteran who played
Bill Calhoun in the 1983 version of the musical. Many years
later, he is pleased to be playing the gangster in this version!

SECOND GANGSTER: Andrew Thomas Harrison – is making his PCPH
debut, but he has appeared in 10 other productions. He has
worked with director Vickie Parker many times and credits her
with improving his stage skills. A recent graduate of Greencastle
High School, Andy will be attending Purdue University this fall.
HATTIE: Meghan McClaine – is a recent graduate of Huntington
University with a degree in Theatre Education. She has appeared
in many shows at PCPH including “Suessical”,
“Pippin”, and “Fiddler on the Roof.” She is happy to be “back home”
at PCPH.

PAUL: Brad Sandy – is a member of the Board of Directors of PCPH.
He most recently appeared as Don Lockwood in “Singin’ in the Rain.”
He is also active in other area theatres. Brad will be directing our
season closing show “Arsenic and Old Lace.” He is married to
choreographer LIta Sandy.

HARRISON HOWELL: Ric McFadden – has appeared in many PCPH productions. 
He most recently directed “Singin’ In the Rain.” A member of the board
of directors at PCPH, Ric is the Director of Vocal Music at Cascade
High School.

HARRY TREVOR/BAPTISTA: Dave Buttram – lives in Danville and has appeared
at PCPH in “State Fair” and “Death by Chocolate.” He is also a high
school football referee.

GREMIO (FIRST SUITOR): Dylan Phillip Harrison – has appeared onstage five
times, but he is making his PCPH debut in “Kiss Me Kate.” He is a junior
at Greencastle High School. Dylan works at Almost Home and also in the
High School Bookstore during the summer.

HORTENSIO (SECOND SUITOR): TJ Tincher – has earned a B.S. in Theatre. His
favorite roles at PCPH have been Perchik in “Fiddler on the Roof” and Louis
in “Pippin.” He is currently a member of Condiments on Request, an improv
comedy group.

RALPH: Jack Randall Earles – is a member of the board of directors of PCPH. 
He will direct the August musical “The Man of La Mancha.” His shows at PCPH
include “Singin’ In the Rain”, “The Fantasticks”, and “The Sunshine Boys.” 
Last season he directed “All My Sons.” A member of the Actors Equity
Candidate program, he also does work at the Phoenix Theatre in Indianapolis
where he most recently directed “Loving Lucy” – a biographical play about
Lucille Ball.

STAGE DOORMAN: Clarence Long – is making his PCPH debut with this show. He
is retired and lives in Cloverdale. He has enjoyed working on the show very

Lori Briones – is a veteran of PCPH musicals. She first appeared in “Love
Is….” a musical revue in the late 1960’s. Her other musical credits
include “42nd Street” and “West Side Story.”

Bryan Schroeder – is a member of the Board of Directors of PCPH. He does
much work on the technical side of the theatre. 

Craig Armitage – has appeared in many PCPH productions including “Cheaper By
the Dozen” and “The Music Man.”

Ty Fauvergue – is making his second onstage appearance at PCPH. He is a recent
graduate of Greencastle High School and plans to study psychology at IUK in
the fall.

Tammy Hunter – is a Putnam County native. She appeared last year in “Footloose”
at PCPH. She has two sons and is the manager for Putnam Co. Head Start.
Alexander Clay Asbell – counts “Kiss Me Kate” as his 7th appearance on the PCPH
stage. He is a freshman at Greencastle High School and looks forward to being
in this production.

Caroline Good – is a member of the PCPH Board of Directors. She has been a
director of the Youth Theatre Workshop for five seasons and has appeared in
other PCPH productions: “The Sound of Music”, “All My Sons”, and “The Importance
of Being Earnest.” She teaches theatre courses and manages the costume shop at
DePauw University.

Amelia Beck – is a student at Greencastle High School. She plans to study music,
art, or theatre when she attends college. This is her second production at PCPH.
Kaeli Gray – enjoys theatre and is having a great time in “Kiss Me Kate.” She
writes music and is in an alternative band. Kaeli is also interested in the
technical side of theatre.

Katie Clark – is a home-schooled student from Danville. She plans on making
theatre her vocation. She is making her PCPH debut in this show.

Alix Green – is a recent graduate of Greencastle High School. She will be
attending IUPUI in the fall studying forensic science. This is her 7th season at
PCPH, her most recent role was in “Singin’ In the Rain.”

Rachel Clift – returned to Greencastle after almost a decade away. She is a
former Indiana University student with a background in English Lit. These days,
she spends her time with her two small children performing bedtime stories. This
is Rachel’s PCPH debut!

Aaron Hunter – has appeared onstage six times, twice here at PCPH. He was last
seen in “Footloose” at PCPH and “The Odd Couple” at Greencastle High School.
Sarah Dory – has appeared in many productions at PCPH. She is also active in
theatre on the high school level. Sarah last appeared at PCPH in “Singin’ In the

Cathy Stiles – is a recent transplant to Greencastle. She currently spends her
time at home with her small children. She participates in community theatre
whenever possible. Cathy is making her PCPH debut in “Kiss Me Kate.”

Debbie Gannaway – has been married for 28 years and has four children. She works
as a Budget Accountant for the Indiana Dept of Environmental Management. This is
her first time onstage since high school in 1975, and she is loving it!

Kay Lyn Wood – is making her PCPH debut in this production. She has appeared in
three productions elsewhere. Kay will be a junior at Greencastle High School.
Taylor Gannaway – will be a junior at Greencastle High School. She enjoys
appearing in musicals and art.