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Monday, Wednesday, Friday* Cast

*This cast also performs the 12:30 p.m. Saturday performance.

Jacob Squire
Montague "Monty" Navarro
  Audiences will recognize Jacob from his recent performance as Clopin Trouillefou in our production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame and as Sam Hendrix in Wait Until Dark. Some of Jacob’s other roles on the HCT stage include Tiernan in The Pirate Queen, Will Bloom in Big Fish (also at HCTO), Will in Robin Hood, and Jud Fry in Oklahoma!  He has also played Don Lockwood in Singin’ in the Rain at The Playmill Theatre. Other favorite roles are Duke in Big River at HCTO and Dr. Fine/Dr. Madden in Next to Normal at UVU. Jacob is a graduate from UVU with a BA in Theatre Performance and works for Saxton Horne as a reputation management specialist. “I am excited to get to perform with such a great cast on this wonderful stage. Thanks to Jim and the Hale for this great opportunity. Special thanks go out to everyone who has supported me along the way--parents, family, friends, teachers, and my wonderful wife!”

Dallyn Vail Bayles
D'Ysquith Family
  Thrilled to return to HCT, Dallyn was most recently seen as Chauvelin in The Scarlet Pimpernel. BROADWAY TOURS: The Phantom of the Opera (Phantom/Raoul u/s), Les Misérables (Enjolras – including China premiere with Colm Wilkinson). NYC: Children of Eden (Adam – with Stephen Schwartz and Norm Lewis). REGIONAL: Jane Eyre (Rochester), Secret Garden (Archibald), Ragtime (Father), South Pacific (Emile), Anything Goes (Billy), Phantom (Count), Pajama Game (Sid), AIDA (Pharoah), Assassins (Booth), Oklahoma! (Jud). FILM: Joseph Smith: Prophet of the Restoration (Hyrum), Mormon Messages, Liken the Scriptures film series. CONCERT SOLOIST: The American Christmas Carol at Carnegie Hall (with Matthew Morrison, Sierra Boggess and Hayley Westenra), Frank Wildhorn and Friends, Music and the Spoken Word (with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir), A Kurt Bestor Christmas. RECORDINGS: O Holy Night (released Nov 2018), Some Enchanted Evening, Song of Redeeming Love, Prayer (songs featured in the films 17 Miracles and Ephraim’s Rescue). AWARDS: 2017 Utah Governor’s Mansion Performing Artist Award, 2012 BYU Young Alumni Distinguished Service Award. EDUCATION: MFA Musical Theatre (The Boston Conservatory), BFA Music Dance Theatre (BYU). Member Actors’ Equity Association.

Bonnie Wilson Whitlock
Miss Shingle
  Bonnie performs frequently at HCT and HCT Orem, where she just finished a run as Miss Hannigan in Annie and was seen as Daniella in In the Heights. Her HCTWV roles include: Violet in 9 to 5, Angela in Zorro, Ernestina in Hello, Dolly!, Lucinda in Into the Woods, Lily Belle in The Curious Savage, Ida in See How They Run, and Angie/Tina Turner in The Wedding Singer. She graduated from Brigham Young University in Musical Dance Theatre. By day, she works for 3M Health Information Systems and as an Account Manager for Health System Nationwide. By night, she teaches private vocal, musical theatre, and auditioning techniques. For the past decade, she was the resident Master Class instructor at HCT-WV and now teaches Master Classes in Auditioning for HCTO. “Time to start living your dreams-stop waiting for them to magically appear…later!”

Erin Royall Carlson
Sibella Hallward
  Over the past five years, Erin has been very busy in local productions.  Hale audiences will recognize her as Milly in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Sandra in Big Fish, Fantine in Les Misérables and most recently as Marguerite in The Scarlet Pimpernel. She appeared as Francesca in The Bridges of Madison County, as Aurora in The Kiss of the Spider Woman, and as Cathy in The Last Five Years for Utah Rep.  She also appeared as Brooke in Noises Off, as Cassie in A Chorus Line, as Eva Peron in Evita, and as Velma Kelly in Chicago for the Egyptian Theatre. Erin is Co-Owner Audition Advantage; she is a vocal instructor, personal trainer, DJ, and Mommy of two. Much gratitude to my family and friends for your unwavering love and support. ”

Lisa Zimmerman
Phoebe D'Ysquith
  We are glad to have Lisa back on our stage; she was last seen in our production of Brigadoon. Past productions include Sense and Sensibility at HCT Orem, La Traviata and L’elisir d’amore at the University of Utah, Dialoghi delle Carmelitane and La Musica Lirica in Novafeltria, Italy, and Savior of the World. She has a Bachelor of Music degree in Voice Performance from Indiana University and a Master of Music degree in Voice Performance from the University of Utah. She teaches voice lessons, does voice over work, and assists at major venues in downtown SLC.

Clayton Barney
Man 1 / Tom Copley
  Clayton recently portrayed Tussaud in The Scarlet Pimpernel and was previously seen at HCT in Crazy for You (Bella Zangler), Little Women (John Brooks), as well as in A Christmas Carol, AIDA, and The Music Man. He has an AFA in Musical Theater from Western Wyoming College and works as a service writer and warranty manager for a trailer repair shop. “I am so grateful to my family for their love and support. It is such a blessing to use my talents to tell stories and touch the lives of so many people. A very big thanks to our production staff and especially the patrons of this theatre for allowing us to entertain you. It is quite the privilege.”

Dan Frederickson
Man 2 / Inspector
  No stranger to HCT, Dan was last seen as Frederic Charlus in The Hunchback of Notre Dame and last year as Adam Pontipee in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Other HCTWV roles include Gaspard in A Tale of Two Cities and Perchik in Fiddler on the Roof.  He was Kerchack in HCTO’s production of Tarzan, and played Father in Ragtime, Gaston in Beauty and The Beast, Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls, Father in Children of Eden, and Neville Craven in The Secret Garden at Center-point Legacy Theatre. Dan has a BA in Information Systems from Utah State University and an MBA from the University of Utah, and spends his days as a Cyber Security Architect.

Adam Millington
Man 3 / Magistrate
  Adam has been seen on the HCT stage in The Music Man, Sister Act, The Pirate Queen, Big Fish, Les Miserables, The Wedding Singer and most recently in Newsies. He’s also been seen in The Music Man at the Playmill, and A Tale of Two Cities at Center Point Legacy Theatre. Adam has a BA in Art History and a BS in Physics, and currently works in DNA research at the University of Utah.

Kaitlyn Hipwell
Woman 1 /
Tour Guide
  Kaitlyn made her HCT debut as Alma Hix in The Music Man. Some favorite roles have included Eileen Evergreen in Nice Work if You Can Get It, Constance Marshall in Jim Christian’s Pirated!, and Rona Peretti in 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. She JUST graduated from Weber State with a Bachelor’s Degree in Musical Theatre and is an Actress with Talent Management Group. “Never forget what a gift it is to make other people happy.” Jim Christian

Kacee Neff
Woman 2 /
Eugenia D'Ysquith
  Another newcomer to the HCT stage, Kacee played Patsy in Crazy for You and Jolene Oakes in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at Centerpoint Legacy Theatre. Other credits include Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls at the Egyptian Theatre in Park City and Amalia Balash in She Loves Me at Weber State University. She earned a BA in Musical Theatre from Weber State where she was given the award of Outstanding Graduate in Musical and the College of Arts and Humanities. She is a Part-time performer, choreographer, and director and a full-time mom. “Much thanks to Jim, Gary, and my fan club at home!”

Rachel Bigler
Woman 3 /
Miss Barley
  Rachel last graced our stage as Silly Girl/Ensemble in our production of Beauty and the Beast. Recent credits include Ado Annie in Oklahoma! (Sundance Resort), Lucy Steele/Fanny Dashwood in Sense and Sensibility (HCTO), and Alice Sycamore in You Can’t Take it With You (Noorda Regional Theatre). Other roles include Blanche Ingram in Jane Eyre, Cinderella in Into the Woods, and Ensemble in The Addams Family. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Theatrical Performance from Utah Valley University. “Thank you to the producers and Jim for giving me the opportunity to be a part of this production!”