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Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday* Cast

*The Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday cast performs only the 4:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. performances on Saturday. Please note we can never guarantee a performer (especially for weekday matinees), an actor may change with their double or understudy at any time.

Amy Keeler

Amy is thrilled to be on the Hale stage once again for the show she has dreamed about doing since it opened on Broadway in 2013. Most recently seen as Marguerite in The Scarlet Pimpernel, Amy’s other favorite roles on our stage include Amalia in She Loves Me, Ariel in The Little Mermaid, Mother in Ragtime, and Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie. Amy holds a BFA in Music Dance Theatre from BYU, and spent many years working for the Walt Disney Company in Hong Kong and Orlando, notably as Belle in “Beauty and the Beast - Live on Stage”, and as Cinderella at various special events. Giddy to revisit her inner princess after long days as mommy to three boys - Davis (7), Hayden (5), and Bennett (3), Amy spends her days watching the same episode of Curious George oooooooovver and over again, playing LEGO and “Toyota Dealership”, letting SuperWhy teach her three-year-old how to read, flying around the house as Hiccup and Toothless, and perfecting the art of pancake making. Once the kids are in bed, she enjoys serenading/torturing her husband (39) with pop hits of the 90s, Celine Dion songs, and the ballads of Barry Manilow. Her coping mechanisms for life include peanut butter, Costa Vida, Tilamook Mudslide ice cream, yearly trips to NYC, and really wonderful friends. Hubby Chuck makes this all possible, and many, many thanks to her beloved Hale family, who, in the past year, have shown their love in ways that we can never possibly repay.


Derek Smith

Derek is very familiar to the HCT stage, having been seen in The Heart of Robin Hood, The Pirate Queen, Oklahoma!, Ghost the Musical, Les Misérables, Tarzan, Zorro: The Musical, She Loves Me, and The Wedding Singer to name a few. His concert roles include Featured Soloist in Celebration of Christ and James the Apostle in Son of Man. Derek has a Masters in Business Administration and a Bachelors in Computer Science and is currently the IT Project Manager at CHG Healthcare.  I can’t believe I have such an amazing wife that would allow me to leave her alone with three kids under the age of eight. “‘Everything I do, I do it for you’ babe!”



Mack is thrilled to be back on the HCT Stage.  Local roles include Medda Larkin in Newsies (HCT), Oda Mae Brown-Ghost the Musical (HCT) and Witch-Big Fish (HCT & HCTO).  When Mack is not performing, she can be found baking up a storm or playing with her dog, Cheese. Yes, together they are Mack and Cheese—the best duo ever!  “I am a woman phenomenally.  Phenomenal woman that’s me.”  - Maya Agelou


Eden Benson

A familiar face to our audiences, Eden has been seen as Aunt Em/Glinda in The Wizard of Oz, as Betsy in Tuck Everlasting, Mrs. Potiphar in Joseph…Dreamcoat, Gwendolyn in The Importance of Being Earnest (her favorite role), as well as Is He Dead?, Catch Me if You Can, Arsenic and Old Lace, Ragtime, The Scarlet Pimpernel, See How They Run, Big the Musical, Camelot, and Annie. “It’s always fun to play the bad guy, but hopefully, my own sweet family has never seen this side of me! Love you Trav, Lo, Jo, Ry, Abby, and Cal!”


Kelly Coombs

Kelly was last seen on our stage as Sister Mary Robert in our production of Sister Act. Recent roles at HCTO include Jerusha Abbott in Daddy Long Legs and Katherine in Newsies. She graduated from UVU in performing arts and loves working in the education department at HCTO. “Enjoy the show!:)”


Ali Bennett

Ali has worked at various theaters throughout Utah and lists some of her favorite roles as Alice in The Heart of Robin Hood, Joyce in Betty Blue Eyes, Baroness Bomburst in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Little Red in Into the Woods, Evelyn in Ragtime, Calliope in Xanadu and Amy in Company. She attended the American Musical Dramatic Academy in NYC, and is a part-time preschool teacher. “For my Muffin Man.”


Ben Henderson

Ben was last seen on our stage as Harry Roat, Jr. in Wait Until Dark, Prince John in The Heart of Robin Hood and Steven Kodaly in She Loves Me. He has also performed for the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Romeo and Juliet and in The Tempest, for Salt Lake Acting Company in Fun Home, for Sundance Summer Theatre in Annie Get Your Gun, for Grassroots Shakespeare Company in The Fantastics, The Tempest, Pericles, and The Winter’s Tale, and for Hale Center Theater Orem in Annie, Peter and the Starcatcher, Big Fish, Peter Pan, The Civil War, South Pacific, and Crazy for You. Ben has a B.S. in Theatrical Arts from Utah Valley University and an M.F.A. in Classical Acting from the ACA at George Washington University. Ben teaches for HCT’s Education program, Utah COPA, Alpine School District, Canyons School District and the Academy for Classical Acting.


Dustin Bolt

Dustin’s last appearance at HCT was as The Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz. Recent roles also include Henry Allerdyce in Betty Blue Eyes and Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol for Hale Orem, as well as Aaron Goldfarb in First Date for Midvale Main Street Theatre, and Terk in our production of Tarzan. He graduated from Weber State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Musical Theatre. He owns his own photography business and is a full-time father to four cats: Sister, Brother, Peanut, and Kevin. “This one is for you, Dad!”


Keith Evans

Most recently seen as Percy in The Scarlet Pimpernel and as Harold Hill in The Music Man, Keith lists Frank Abagnale Jr. in Catch Me If You Can, Sam in Ghost: The Musical, and Francis in Forever Plaid as some of his favorite roles at Hale Centre Theatre. Recent productions at HCTO include The Secret Garden and In the Heights. He has both a BA and an MA from BYU where he was a member of BYU’s Vocal Point for five years. He is the incoming choir director for West Jordan High School. Much love to my wife, Adrianne and our son, Link!”


Carson Davies

Carson is returning to the Hale stage after last performing with us in Wait Until Dark and in The Hunchback of Notre Dame in our 2018 season. He was also in Oklahoma! and Les Miserables in West Valley and in The Count of Monte Cristo at BYU. Carson has been studying MDT at BYU, but will be starting school for computer programing after this production. He currently takes care of individuals with mental disabilities for a company called Chrysalis. “Thank you Dave, Mark, Sally, and everyone at the Hale for continuing to give me opportunities to perform on the Hale stages!”


Andrew Walsh

Andrew is glad to be back on our stage after having been seen as Combeferre in our production of Les Miserables. At HCTO, he was in Newsies (Bunsen), Hello, Dolly! (Rudolph), and Tarzan (Snipes). He also played Benny Southstreet (Guys and Dolls), The Cowardly Lion (The Wizard of Oz), and Snail (A Year with Frog and Toad) at the SCERA, as well as Mortimer (The Fantasticks) at The Covey Center for the Arts. He is currently working on his Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre Education at Utah Valley University and will graduate in December. “You are enough. You are so enough. It’s unbelievable how enough you are.”


Nick Summers
Man 1

Most recently seen on our Centre Stage as Jo Jo/Darcy in Newsies, his other HCT credits include Tuck Everlasting, Aida, and as Asher in Joseph…Dreamcoat last season. Nick lists as some of his favorites as: Caterpillar in Wonderland and George Banks in Mary Poppins (BYU), a performer at Mack’s Inn Playhouse, Ensemble in Beauty and The Beast (BYU), Frederick in The Pirates of Penzance (Snow College), and a Young Performing Missionary in Nauvoo, Illinois. Nick is currently in the Music Dance Theater program at BYU and is employed at the BYU Carpenter’s Shop as a Student Carpenter. “I live in Orem, UT with my beautiful wife Melissa, and our Yorkie puppy, Schmidt.”


Noah Bradford
Man 2

Noah made his HCT debut in our production of Newsies. Previous roles include Rodolpho in Matilda and Ensemble in An American in Paris both here at Hale Centre Theatre, Mike Costa in A Chorus Line at the Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts where he was nominated for Best Actor for the 2018 Utah High School Musical Theater Awards. He was also seen in Catch Me if You Can and Guys and Dolls at SLSPA. He appeared as a Fire Staff Spinner in the Roots of the Rock Dance Festival, has been training at Dance Impressions since he was six, and is currently studying Musical Theater at the University of Utah. He’s part of Trader Joe’s crew where they let him dance down the aisles. “You have to waste your time wisely.”


Tanner Sumens
Man 3

Tanner is excited to be back at on the Centre Stage after gracing the stage in The Scarlet Pimpernel last season. Credits include Beadle in Sweeney Todd and Lord Pinkleton in Cinderella at Riverton High School, Dusty in Bandits with Batz Entertainment, Cornelius Hackl in Hello Dolly!, Enjolras in Les Miserables, and Will Parker in Oklahoma!--all at DSYT. Tanner is studying Dance at Westminster College and works as a preschool/childcare teacher at Infinite Success Academy in South Jordan. “It’s only fun if you get a scar out of it”


Jacob Khalil
Man 4

Jacob recently played Hal in our production of The Scarlet Pimpernel and Salesman 5 in The Music Man. He also played Roberts in The Unsinkable Molly Brown at the Jackson Hole Playhouse and multiple leads in the Microburst Theater Festival at BYU. Favorite opera roles include: Marcello in La Boheme and Bretigny in Manon for BYU, as well as Guiseppe Palmieri in The Gondoliers for Utah Vocal Arts.  He toured with BYU’s Young Ambassadors to Brazil and with the BYU Singers to China, Vietnam, and Indonesia. He graduated this past April with a BM in Vocal Performance from Brigham Young University and is a sales manager with Vivint Solar. He sings with the Utah Symphony Chorus, works part time as a section leader for SLC’s Cathedral of The Madeleine Choir and teaches voice lessons. “For my beautiful wife, Victoria: ‘Beebs for life!’”


Colton Hattabaugh
Man 5

Colton was most recently seen as Bredeson in The Scarlet Pimpernel and Ensemble in The Music Man. Other favorite roles include Mr. Applegate in Damn Yankees, Ladislav Sipos in She Loves Me, and himself in 35mm at Weber State University. Colton is a graduate of WSU with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre, and has previously worked as a performer at the Walt Disney World Resort. When not on stage, Colton works behind the scenes as a Scenic Artist here at HCT. “Duh, duh, duh…Happy Birthday!” Gus Gus in Disney’s Cinderella.


Colton Ward
Man 6

Colton is another newcomer to HCT. His recent performances include Peter Pan (Peter Pan) and West Side Story (Action) at Centerpoint Legacy Theatre, Spamalot (Patsy) and Singin’ in the Rain (Don Lockwood) at the Zeigfeld Theater, Nice Work if You Can Get It (Cookie McGee) at Weber State University, and Live Entertainment at Lagoon in Verano, Jungle Rhythm, Live in Living Color, and Strawberry Fields. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Musical Theatre from Weber State University and works for the Weber County Library in the Youth Services area. “Thank you so much for coming! Thanks Dad, Mom, and the rest of the fam. ‘You’re only given a little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it.’” Robin Williams


Debra Hahn
Woman 1

We are glad to welcome Debra Back to our stage where she was seen as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady, Janet Van de Graff in The Drowsy Chaperone, Polly in Crazy for You, Lucie Manette in A Tale of Two Cities, Cinderella in Into the Woods, and Annie Oakley in Annie Get Your Gun. Other favorite roles include May Magdalene in Savior of the World (LDS Conference Center) and Pam in Learning to Skip (Randomly Specific Theatre Co. in NYC). Once upon a time, she was a member of the BYU Young Ambassadors and earned her degree from BYU in Music Dance Theatre. She teaches voice lessons from home, advanced tap classes at Lifehouse Academy, and gets to be a mom to two adorable young ladies! “Thank you to Brendan, Evelyn, and Clara for cheering me on in all of my crazy endeavors! I LOVE YOU!!!”


Sophia Guerrero
Woman 2

Sophia comes to HCT with extensive experience from theatres in Northern California. Previous roles include Ariel in The Little Mermaid, Miss Dorothy in Thoroughly Modern Millie, Margy in State Fair, both Mayzie and the Sour Kangaroo in Seussical, Grace in Annie, the Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland, and Ensemble in Beauty and the Beast. She currently performs with BYU’s Young Ambassadors and Living Legends touring programs. She recently portrayed Martha in Lamb of God for the Voice of God.


Heather Shelley
Woman 3

Recently seen in our production of The Music Man, Heather names some of her favorite roles as Jan Morrow in Pillow Talk, Milly in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Penelope in See How They Run and Gwendolyn in The Importance of Being Earnest. She has also performed at the Venetian Macao Casino Resort as Francesca and at the LVS Resort as Judy. Heather has an AA in Performing Arts, a BA in English, an MA in Linguistics and Arabic, and is currently pursuing a BA in Theatre Education. She also works as a part-time realtor and part-time English teacher at UVU. “All my thanks to Eric.”


Kaitlyn Hohl
Woman 4

Kaitlyn was seen most recently as Florika in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. At our West Valley theatre, she performed in The Heart of Robin Hood, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Big River, and The Pirate Queen. She also appeared in Fiddler on The Roof at Sundance, and in The Addams Family at HCTO. She is a graduate of UVU with a Bachelor’s in Theatre Performance. “So excited to have the chance to perform in a show that means so much to me, in such an amazing space, with such an incredible team. Thank so much for this opportunity!”


Elisse Shell
Woman 5

Elisse names some of her favorite previous productions as The Music Man, My Fair Lady, 9 to 5: The Musical, and Mary Poppins. She has a Masters of Fine Art in Teaching and Choreography, Ballet, and a BS in Ballet, with a Minor in European History from The University of Utah. Elisse is a full-time mom, and owner and director of Classical Ballet Conservatory in West Jordan. “You miss 100% of the pirouettes you fall out of”.


Bailey Dayton
Woman 6

Even at a young age, Bailey comes to HCT for the first time with impressive credits. She was in Crazy for You at Lincoln Center (Directed by Susan Stroman), Broadway Classics in Concert at Carnegie Hall, and recently played Kathy Seldon in HCT Orem’s youth production of Singin’ in the Rain. Other credits include Charlotte in Cinderella, Chicago in 100 Years of Broadway, and Fiona in Shrek the Musical at Utah COPA, as well as Ariel in Footloose at Lone Peak High School. She trained at Utah COPA with their principal MDT Company and Senior Dance Company as well as The Open Performing Institute in NYC in 2018. She is a recipient of the Jerry Elison Perform-ing Scholarship and has been accepted into the Music Dance Theater Program at BYU. “A masssive thank you to my family and mentors for all of their support, and to Dave Tinney and the HCT production team for this incredible opportunity! ‘Perhaps the greatest risk any of us will ever take is to be seen as we truly are.’”