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Monday, Wednesday, Friday* Cast

*The Monday, Wednesday, Friday cast also performs the 12:30 p.m. Saturday performances.


Myles Woolstenhulme
Jerry Mulligan
  Myles is making his HCT debut with An American in Paris. Previous roles include: Mama Mia and NEWSIES (Henry) at Pioneer Theatre Company, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Ephraim), Hairspray, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, NEWSIES (Finch), and Thoroughly Modern Millie at Music Theatre of Wichita, and Betty Blue Eyes at HCTO. He is a full-time company member with SALT Contemporary Dance.
     

Juliet Doherty
Lise
  Juliet Doherty began dancing at the age of 3 in her hometown of Albuquerque, New Mexico. She trained under her mother’s teaching at Fishback Studio of the Dance and continued her training at the San Francisco Ballet School on full scholarship from 2012-2015. Juliet is a two time Gold Medalist at the world’s largest ballet competition, the Youth America Grand Prix, and received the Special Jury Prize at the Beijing International Ballet Competition in China. She has performed at Lincoln Center in NYC, the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., toured the country with the world famous Rockettes and performed at Radio City Music Hall. At the age of 15, Juliet was a featured TEDx speaker. She spoke about empowering young artists and people alike to achieve their dreams through mindful practice. Most recently, Juliet has appeared as the lead in two feature films, On Pointe and High Strung: Free Dance. Juliet performs as an international guest artist. Juliet would like to thank Jenny, Dave, Kelly, Mark, and Sally for the opportunity to tell Lise’s story, a role that has been a dream of hers since she was a tiny peanut on pointe! This is Juliet’s debut performance at HCT.

Understudy to Ms. Doherty - Sophia Vance (see biography under Woman 8)
     

Andrew Robertson
Adam Hochberg
  HCT audiences will recognize Andrew from his performance as Frank Abagnale Jr. in our production of Catch Me if You Can, and “Boy/Peter” in Peter and the Starcatcher. Favorite roles include Henry in Next to Normal at UVU, Tarzan at HCTO, and Ford in Hindsight at Sackerson. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree with an emphasis in Performance from Utah Valley University. He works for Playworks Utah where he works with kids, encouraging social/emotional development through games and play.
     

Adam Dietlein
Henri Baurel
  Adam Dietlein is thrilled to be returning to Hale Centre Theatre. Other HCT roles: A Christmas Carol (Dickens, Young Scrooge, Tiny Tim, Ensemble), Beauty and the Beast (Gaston), Oklahoma! (Curly), Les Miseràbles (Javert), Brigadoon (Tommy), Tarzan (Kerchek), No Time For Sergeants (Irvin), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang! (Boris), Father of the Bride (Buckley), Zorro (Ensemble), The Games Afoot (Simon), My Fair Lady (Freddie), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Simeon), The Hasty Heart (Kiwi), A Tale of Two Cities (Ensemble), Hello Dolly! (Ambrose), Annie Get Your Gun (Ensemble). He is fresh from the Broadway stage where he played Nick in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.  Off-Broadway: Interview (Eugene Harper). 1st International Tour: Beauty and the Beast (Gaston). NYMF: Shelter (Joshua). Film: Ephraim’s Rescue, Jackie & Ryan. TV: Bull (CBS). Adam has a BS in Exercise Physiology from the University of Utah. Love to Callie and BookItScott.
 
     

Brighton Hertford
Milo Davenport
  Brighton was last seen on the HCT stage as Molly Astor in Peter and the Starcatcher and in the ensemble of Catch Me if You Can. This BFA BYU graduate has got her start in film and television before the age of one! Screen Actor's Guild Member for over 30 years. Film credits include: Peter at the End, Halloweentown, The Work and the Glory, and The Parent Trap. Television Credits: B.J. Jones on General Hospital (7 seasons), Everwood, Dawson’s Creek, 7th Heaven, NYPD Blue, Coach, and The Ellen Show. HCTO credits include: Kiss and Tell, Lend Me a Tenor, and Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie. Recently played Natasha in Mopey Wrecks and Sasha in Poor Bastard for Riot Act Theatre Co. as well as Pioneer Theatre Company’s The Crucible. Brighton would like to thank the entire production team for this opportunity, MaryAnn for the encouragement, friends, family and Brady for their endless love and support.
 
     

Sharon Kenison
Madame Baurel
  Sharon has been seen on the HCT stage for many years, most recently as the Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard of Oz and Eulalie MacKecknie Shinn in The Music Man.  A few of her favorite previous productions include Beauty and The Beast, Nunsense, Lucky Stiff, Guys and Dolls, Over The River and Through The Woods, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The Drowsy Chaperone, The Sound of Music, A Tale of Two Cities, Les Miseràbles, The Miracle Worker, Steel Magnolias, Pillow Talk, Fiddler on The Roof, A Christmas Carol, 9 to 5: The Musical, and Sister Act. Sharon was a dance major with a ballet scholarship at the American Ballet Theatre, and works as the Special Events Manager here at HCT. “This performance is for my beautiful daughter, my best cheerleader. Miss you.”
 
     

Mark Knowles
Monsieur Baurel
  Mark was recently seen on the HCT stage as Dr. Chapman in Cash on Delivery! and 2014’s Mary Poppins.  He was also recently seen at CenterPoint Legacy Theatre as The King of Siam in The King and I. Other favorite roles include John Adams in 1776, Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady, Captain Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, and Lawrence in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Mark has a degree in Communications from BYU, and works as a General Manager for a local software firm. “Thank you Wendy, the love of my life, for your patience and your support!”
 
     

Carlos Garcis
Man 1
  Carlos was last seen on the HCT stage in The Music Man.  He lists as some of his favorites:  AIDA, Mary Poppins, Catch Me If You Can and GHOST on our HCT stage as well as In The Heights and Anything Goes on the HCTO stage.  Carlos has studied Construction Management at BYU and Culinary Arts in Mexico City. He is currently working as a Drafter at Curtis Miner Architecture. “Thanks to Jenny for 9/10 Hale productions!”
 
     

Drew Francom
Man 2
  Prior to his HCT debut as Tommy Boy in NEWSIES, Drew was seen as the Tin Man in Copper Mountain Middle School’s production of The Wizard of Oz and was recently part of the Ensemble for our production of Oz. He also appeared in Sleeping Beauty and A Christmas Carol at HCTO and in Thriller with Odyssey Dance Theater. This senior in the dance program at Pioneer High School for the performing Arts has training in Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Tap, and Ballroom. He teaches Hip Hop and Clogging at Body Logic Dance Studio.
 
   

Ben Butters
Man 3
  We’re glad to see Ben back on our stage. He was part of our productions of Beauty and the Beast, Big River, The Little Mermaid, Catch Me if You Can, and Mary Poppins. He studied at BYU and was a performer with BYU’s Contemporary Dance Theatre (’15-’16). “It’s great to be back! Thanks to everyone at HCT for the opportunity and to my awesome family!”
 
     

Abrin Tinney
Man 4
  Abrin was last seen on the HCT stage in the Ensemble of The Wizard of Oz and as Albert/Bill in NEWSIES. Previous HCT roles include: Man 1/Baritone in Tuck Everlasting, Ensemble in AIDA, Joel in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, as well as Disney’s Beauty and The Beast and Oliver! Abrin has also performed on the HCTO stage in Joseph…Dreamcoat, Seussical: The Musical, and 14 Youth Performances. He is currently in the BFA Musical Theatre Program at UVU. “No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.” – Theodore Roosevelt
     

McKay Elwood
Man 5
  McKay is making his HCT debut with An American in Paris. He has been seen locally in Anything Goes (HCTO), Oklahoma! (Sundance), and Footloose (SCERA) and at BYU, with BYU Contemporary Dance Theatre for 2 years. Also several BYU operatic productions and recitals, including - Die Fledermaus, The Marriage of Figaro, The Barber of Seville, and the Lost Children of Hamelin. He graduated from BYU with a degree in vocal performance and a dance minor. He is currently seeking to build his studio as a vocal coach and is settling into his new apartment with his wonderful husband. “Grateful for my family, the production crew, and my inspiring husband Luke for always believing in me, and encouraging me to be my best self!”
     

Devyn Warburton
Man 6
  Devyn, who was recently seen in HCT’s productions of NEWSIES and The Music Man, attended Weber State University for two years in the musical theatre department.  “I am very honored and excited for my third show at Hale!”
 
     

Christhian Roa
Man 7
  Even though this is his first time on our stage, Christhian comes to HCT with extensive experience. Past productions include: The Producers (Dancer), Miss Saigon in Concert (Club Owner/John u/s), Crazy for You (Pete/Moose u/s), West Side Story (Chino), Man of La Mancha (Sancho) and more. He is an alumnus of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting and the Open Jar Institute in NYC, and took master classes from working Broadway professionals including Billy Porter, Brandon Bryant, Susan Stroman, and Thayne Jasperson. He has danced with Odyssey 2 Dance Company and works as a dresser at the Tuacahn Center for the Arts. “What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
 
     

Joshua Carr
Man 8
  Joshua is a local high school student who has performed as Buttons in NEWSIES and as Dick Wilkins in A Christmas Carol for HCT. Past roles include Gaston in Beauty and the Beast, Ren in Footloose, Johnny Brown in The Unsinkable Molly Brown, The Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland, and Aladdin in Aladdin at the SCERA Theatre, as well as Link Larkin in Hairspray for Centerstage Theater. He teaches theater to elementary-aged students at the SCERA Theatre and plans to attend UVU upon graduation. “Thank you to my parents who always support me in all walks of life.”
     

Rachelle Elbert
Woman 1
  Last seen on the HCTO stage in Anything Goes (Hope Harcourt), Catch Me If You Can (Ensemble/Brenda US), Joseph and the...Dreamcoat (Potiphars Wife), and A Christmas Carol (Belle). Other stage credits include The Music Man (Zaneeta), AIDA (Ensemble), and Big River (Mary Jane) at Hale Centre Theatre Sandy/West Valley; Thoroughly Modern Millie (Millie Dilmount) at Sunset Playhouse, Milwaukee; and The Light in the Piazza (Clara US) at BYU. Rachelle graduated from BYU with a BFA in Music Dance Theater, where she also performed with The Young Ambassadors, and Concert Choir. She also served as a Young Performing Missionary in Nauvoo, IL the summer of 2013. Directing credits include Little Shop of Horrors (Mt. Pleasant H.S.) and Peter Pan Jr. (AFYT). “Thank you to Jenny B. for being a continuous source of energy and inspiration for me. Enjoy this incredible piece of art!”
 
     

Emma Bergman
Woman 2
  HCT is glad to have Emma back on our stage. She was last seen in our production of Mary Poppins and performed with HCTO in Guys and Dolls. She has also done The Nutcracker with BAC and Ballet West and The Tribe with the UCSD Dance-sport National Team. She has a BS degree in Cognitive Science with a specialization in Neuroscience and a minor in Dance from the University of California, San Diego and currently works as a Kindergarten Teacher. “Love and thanks to my friends, family, and mentors for your endless support. This dream wouldn’t be possible without you!”
     

Becky Palmer
Woman 3
  Becky was recently in the Ensemble of our production of The Music Man. She has previously performed in The Merry Widow, AIDA, and Carmen with the Utah Opera Company, and as a Corps de Ballet member with the California Ballet for four seasons. Other favorite productions include Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, and Cinderella. She has a BFA in Ballet Performance from the University of Utah, and is her final year in the U of U Doctorate of Physical Therapy program. “So thankful for the opportunity to perform again with the HCT community!”
     

Lauren Huntsman
Woman 4
  HCT is glad to welcome Lauren to our stage for the first time. This Olympus High School graduate has been seen in Ballet West’s The Nutcracker, Cinderella, Swan Lake, Beauty and the Beast, and The Little Mermaid. Productions for Barlow Arts include The Nutcracker and Cinderella. She was also in Youth American Grand Prix’s Top 12. “Hard work will always pay off.”
     

Jenica Barker
Woman 5
  Making her HCT debut, Jenica began her full-time dance training at Faubourg Ballet with roles in Paquita, Swan Lake, and Esmeralda for YAGP. Her training continued with the Joffery Academy of Dance where she performed The Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty and Coppelia as part of their pre-professional program and volunteered with their community outreach program. She danced in Debut and Cinderella with the A&A Company and placed second in the World Dance Movement competition in 2017. As a member of BYU Theatre Ballet, she performed a ‘Dying Swan’ solo in Carnival of the Animals and the BYU Dance Devotional. She is pursuing a degree in dance with a minor in philosophy through the Honors Program at BYU where is also enjoying her time as a member of BYU’s Ballroom Team. Live the life you imagined; seek balance and spread joy along the way.”
     

Riley Cappellucci
Woman 6
  HCT is happy to welcome Riley to our stage for the first time. Her high-school years were spent training at the School of American Ballet in NYC. While at SAB, she received several opportunities to work with the New York City Ballet. Upon graduation, Riley furthered her education at BYU, pursuing a degree in Psychology and Communications while dancing with BYU’s Theatre Ballet Dance Company. She is the owner of Riley Alexandra, a fashion and lifestyle blog, where she shares her love for fashion and everyday life with her husband and Pomeranian, Belle. “I’m grateful to those who help me reach for the stars. For Chase, the man I love.”
     

Emily Tessa Ebert
Woman 7
  Emily is super excited to be back on stage at HCT after performing in The Music Man (Ensemble) and My Son Pinocchio (Marionette) last year. Prior to her Hale debut, she toured for six years in over 35 countries performing in Feld Entertainment’s DisneyLive! Productions. Other favorite performances include: Twelve Dancing Princesses (Fairy Queen) with Mountain West Ballet, Plaid Tidings (featured dancer) at SCERA Center for the Arts, The Nutcracker (Russian Trepak) with Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, La Rondine (Can-can Dancer) with Utah Opera, and Peter Pan (Tiger Lily) with the Sandy Arts Guild. She has a degree in Ballet from the University of Utah. She is currently represented by TMG and is continuously working to expand her performing career on stage, film, and camera through dancing, music, acting, and modeling.
     

Sophia Vance
Woman 8
  Sophia is excited to be making her singing/acting debut with HCT. This high school junior spends most of her time at Barlow Arts Conservatory in their Pre-Professional Ballet program and preparing for international ballet competitions. In 2018, she placed in the Top 10 at the World Ballet Competition. In 2015-2018, she competed at the Youth America Grand Prix and received First Place and Grand Prix awards in both Ballet and Contemporary. In 2017, Sophia was the Best of State Individual Dancer recipient. “A special thank you to Jenny Barlow, my amazing teachers, Zoe Wilde, but mostly to my awesome parents and siblings for always being there for me. Together forever!”
     

Katie Milner Packer
Woman 9
  Katie is pleased to be performing on HCT’s stage for the fifth time. Previous shows include: Catch Me if You Can, Mary Poppins, Brigadoon, and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Katie is a graduate from Utah Valley University with a BFA in Dance. She is a former member of Repertory Ballet Ensemble and currently teaches ballet at Barlow Arts Conservatory. After eight years, Katie is excited to perform alongside her sister, Claire!