Play It Again, Sam
Scott Sorensen (Allan Felix) is happy to return to the Bay Players after appearing in “Rumors” last fall. Most recently, Scott had the opportunity to write, direct and perform for Village Playhouse’s 31st Annual One-Act Play Festival. Thanks to this very talented cast and crew, and, as always, never-ending love to the late Aric Fisher. Enjoy the show!
Donna McMaster (Nancy) has been involved in many aspects of community theater over the past few decades. Donna was last seen in the Village Playhouse’s One-Act Play Festival this past summer. She is thrilled to be working with a talented cast in this production.
William Molitor (Bogey) is lucky to be cast with such a swell bunch of guys and dames. Previous credits: “Rumors” (Ken Gorman), “Forty Carats” (Eddy Edwards), “The Underpants” (Frank Versati), “Stuck” (various cameos) ; the musical “Baby” ( Doctor and ensemble); and, ”Witness for the Prosecution” (John Mayhew). Enjoy the show. Thanks!
Paul Pfannenstiel (Dick Christie) is happy to be back with the Bay Players. He was last seen here in “Lend Me A Tenor.” He has appeared with groups such as Sunset Playhouse, Village Playhouse, and Off the Wall Theater. Some of his recent roles include The Ghost of Christmas Present in “A Christmas Carol” and Announcer/Broadcast Official in “The Skin of Our Teeth.” He hopes you enjoy the show.
Nancy Hofman (Linda Christie) was a ballet dancer and teacher for twenty years. She has directed children's plays since 1987. Nancy joined the Bay Players two years ago, appearing as Ann Stanley in “Forty Carats”. She is an advocate for rebuilding the arts in communities.
Brigid O’Brien (Sharon, Barbara) has appeared regularly with Ray Bradford and the Bay Players. She has previously appeared in "Stuck," "Beau Jest," "Boeing-Boeing," "While the Lights Were Out," and "The Butler Did It Again." She is glad to be a part of this funny piece of comedic genius by Woody Allen, and hopes that everyone enjoys the show!
Sophie Eiseman (Gina, Vanessa, Go-Go Girl) has performed in children’s theater productions of “Hamlet,” “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” “Suessical,” and “Alice in Wonderland”. She studied at First Stage for two years. This is Sophie's first appearance with The Bay Players.
Raymond Bradford (Director) is proud of having directed the Bay Players for many seasons. He has directed in Chicago and Milwaukee. He thanks all of the talent and technical staff he has worked with over the years. Ray also wants to thank our board of directors for their sincere help and support.