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Monday, Wednesday, Friday Cast

Keith Evans
Percy Blakeney
  Most recently seen 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. He has both a BA in American history and an MA in Communications from BYU, and works as a freelance composer, arranger, and studio vocalist. “Sir Percy has been my dream role for 15 years. A million thanks to my wife, Adrianne and our son, Link, for allowing me to live this dream.”

Amy Keeler
Marguerite St. Just
  Amy is no stranger to the HCT stage, having been seen most recently as Amneris in Aida, as Ariel in The Little Mermaid.  She also starred as Belle in Beauty and the Beast: Live on Stage at Walt Disney World and at Hong Kong Disneyland. She has a BFA degree from BYU’s Music Dance Theatre program.  Since last appearing on Hale’s stage in Aida, Amy has learned the difference between an Autobot and a Decepticon, memorized the order of introductions to the Paw Patrol, fully potty trained a middle child, and has secretly devoured countless spoons full of peanut butter and chocolate chips in the pantry—looking for moments of solitary peace. Her 24/7 job is mama to three boys: “Day-Day” (6), “Ah” (4), and “Deedo” (2), and wife to Chuck- who is at home, happily wrangling these amazing, wild people so that she can play. “Always abundant thanks to Chuck, my boys, and Mark and Sally for fostering this glorious place for local talent to fulfill their dreams of both family and performing”.

Quinn Dietlein
  Quinn was most recently seen as Robert Summers/Green Man/Duke in HCT’s Robin Hood. He also played Adam Pontipee in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Gaston in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, as well as Chef Louis in The Little Mermaid on the HCT stage.  He also travels nationally with the Party Rock Project.  Quinn has an Undergraduate Degree in Music and a Master in Business from USU and is currently the Director of Development for HCT. “I am grateful to my family for putting up with my love of performing.”

Alex Vaughn

Armand St. Just
  We’re happy to have Alexander on our stage again, as he was part of the cast of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. He has performed with the Kingswood Players as Richard Hannay in The 39 Steps, as Lumiere in multiple productions of Disney's Beauty and The Beast, and with the Springville Playhouse as Armand St. Just in their production of The Scarlet Pimpernel. Alexander is an actor and full-time student at UVU. “Pretending to be other people reminds me who I am.”

Morgan Western
Marie Grosholtz
  Pimpernel marks Morgan’s return to HCT. She was last seen on the Hale stage in Beauty and the Beast. Favorite past roles include Polly Baker in Crazy for You, and Martha Jefferson in 1776 at Centerpoint Legacy Theatre,   Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family for Sandy Arts, and Pinkalicious in Pinkalicious the Musical for Utah Children’s Theatre. She also performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. She attended the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and graduated from Utah Valley University with a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Performance. “A big thank you to my husband Zackery and best friend Larissa, and all the love to my family who have always supported me playing pretend.”

Caleb Collier
  We’re happy to welcome Caleb to the HCT stage for the first time. He was seen most recently as Young Scrooge in Hale Center Theater’s production of The Christmas Carol. He is working toward a BFA in Musical Theatre at UVU and is working as a counselor this summer at a day camp for elementary schoolage kids. “To my family, friends, and Kelly Clarkson, thank you”.

Austin Smith
  Last seen as Little John in HCT’s Robin Hood, Austin lists as some of his favorite roles:  Lancelot in Camelot at Centerpoint Legacy Theatre, Beast in Disney’s Beauty & the Beast (HCT), Jamie in The Last Five Years, and Cornelius Hackle in Hello, Dolly! at the University of Utah. He also performed with Kristen Chenoweth at the Deer Valley Resort Music in the Park!  Austin is a graduate of the Musical Theatre Program at the University of Utah.  “Thank you Jessica Lee Smith! You are my Rock and my Life! With you by my side, I can accomplish anything!”

Taylor Morris
  HCT audiences will recognize Taylor as Caleb in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and as Price Eric in The Little Mermaid. He also played Mondego in the US Premiere Workshop of Frank Wildhorn’s The Count of Monte Cristo at BYU. Other roles include Joe Hardy in Damn Yankees at HCTO and Sparky in Plaid Tidings at The Covey Center. He has been a performer with the BYU Young Ambassadors for three years, serving as the President for two years. He has a BFA in Music Dance Theatre from BYU with a minor in Business Management. He is a Program Administrator at BYU’s Conferences and Workshops’ Youth Programs—running foreign language, leadership, and Young Ambassador camps. “God is real; He is great, and we should be more like Him every day. Love everyone. Laugh every day—especially at yourself. I love my family (Bailee, Zoe, and Tilly), my adopted family (you know who you are), and my amazing friends. Love you all!”

Josh Richardson
  Josh recently amazed HCT audiences with his performance of Claude Frollo in our production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Over the past 15 years, Josh has performed nearly 30 roles on the HCT stage, including multiple roles in A Christmas Carol, Thernardier in Les Miserables, Long John Silver in Treasure Island, Bill Sykes in Oliver!, Trevor Graydon in Thoroughly Modern Millie,  Bob Ewell in To Kill A Mockingbird,  Cinderella’s Prince in Into the Woods, Bill Slank in Peter and the Starcatcher, Sgt. King in No Time for Sergeants,  Robert Summers in The Heart of Robin Hood, and  Kerchak in Tarzan. Josh has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Acting and Directing from SUU and is currently the Account Manager for Holistic Web Presence. “Special thanks to John for casting me in our 13th show together! And of course, much love to Spencer, Will, and Kristi.” Facebook: www.facebook.com/JoshIsAnActor; Twitter: @Jmr_Utah.

Sanford Porter
  Sanford is no stranger to the HCT stage, having been seen previously on both our West Valley and Main Street stages. He has also performed at HCTO, the LDS Conference Center, the OffBroadway Theater, the Grand Theater, and the Park City Egyptian Theater. He lists as some of his favorite roles:  Frankie in Forever Plaid, Richard Henry Lee in 1776, Kodaly in She Loves Me, Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls, Rooster in Annie, Farleigh in The Scarlet Pimpernel, Harry Witherspoon in Lucky Stiff.  He has a Communications degree from BYU and works at ADP as a Business Analyst. “It is so great to be back at HCT in one of my favorite shows after a much too long break. Love to Izzy, Gwen, and Jack. Kisses to Jenn.”

Cameron Garner
  Pimpernel is Cameron’s 20th production a HCT! He began performing here in 1995. He was most recently seen on the HCT stage in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Recent role at HCT also include Francis in Forever Plaid, Axel Hammond in The Nerd, and TJ in Sister Act. Favorite roles include Fabrizio in The Light in the Piazza, Jack in Into the Woods, Prentiss in Peter and the Starcatcher, Harry Witherspoon in Lucky Stiff and Billy in The Musical of Musicals: The Musical!, where he was invited to perform at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Cameron was also named by the Deseret News, as 2008’s Best SemiProfessional Actor for his portrayal of Daniel Brown in Pirated! for Rodgers Memorial Theatre. Cameron has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Musical Theatre and Theatre Education from WSU, and will start his seventh year of teaching at Taylorsville High this fall.

Brandan Ngo
  Brandon made his Hale debut in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, but has also been seen in Beauty and The Beast with Sandy Arts, The Drowsy Chaperone (Robert Martin) with Midvale Arts, and 1776 with Murray Arts. He has a BA in Film & Media Arts from the University of Utah, and works as TV and Commercial actor and screenwriter. “Thanks to friends and family, and my voice teacher, Keri Hughes. Look for me in the cast; I’m the Asian one.”

Landon Horton
Montgomery Clark/St. Cyr
  Even though this is his first performance at HCT, Landon is no stranger to theatre, having starred as Dr. Jekyll/Hyde in Jekyll and Hyde, Chauvelin in The Scarlet Pimpernel, and Ren McCormick in Footloose. Other credits include: The Drowsy Chaperone, Hairspray, Cinderella and The Wedding Singer.  He graduated from Utah State University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and is currently attending Weber State University as a fulltime graduate student pursuing a Master’s of Healthcare Administration.  “My amazing wife, Alyssa, works very hard so that I am able to attend school and still have time to perform. A BIG thank you to my family for all of their love and support!”

John Nielsen
  John is no stranger to the Hale stage; he has been in numerous productions with us over the years including last year’s A Christmas Carol. He lists one of his favorite roles the title character in Joseph… Dreamcoat (Centerpoint Legacy Theatre). He is the Head of Business Development at The Piano Place where he also teaches private Piano, Voice, and guitar lessons.  “I’ll love you forever; I’ll like you for always; as long as I’m living, my Mommy You’ll be.”

Grant Whitmer
Mercier / Tenor
  Grant is happy to make his debut at HCT. Favorite roles: Beast in Beauty and the Beast three times for Provo’s Center Street Theatre, Murray Amphitheater, and Draper Arts Council, Joseph in Joseph…Dreamcoat for Outlaw Trail Theater in Venal, and Frederick in The Pirates of Penzance twice for Draper Historic Theater and Windstorm Theater. He has a BS degree from the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD and owns Mortgage300.com.

Clark Bullen
Coupeau / Tenor
  Clark is making his HCT debut with Pimpernel. Previous roles include: Chef Louie in The Little Mermaid and Gaspard in A Tale of Two Cities at Centerpoint Legacy Theatre, Richard Henry Lee in 1776 at the Murray Amphitheatre, and Charlie in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown with the Murray Arts Council, but the show that started it all was Seussical, The Musical at the Egyptian Theatre where he played the Grinch and fell in love with the Sour Kangaroo. Eleven years and four kids later, they’re still singing. He earned a BA in Human Development from the University of Utah and is currently selfemployed.  “Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right.” Henry Ford

Anthony Lovato
Prince of Wales / Robespierre
  Anthony lists as some of his favorite performances:  A Bundle of Trouble, The Three Musketeers, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, No Time for Sergeants, and A Christmas Carol, all for HCT. He has attended USU and ongoing classes with the Extra Miler Group. He recently filmed an episode of Dwight in Shining Armor for BYUTV and can be seen in Andi Mack on The Disney Channel.

Mark Fotheringham
  Mark recently performed as Mr. Jenkins in our production of Cash on Delivery. Previous roles include: Rev. Chasuble in The Importance of Being Earnest, Sidney in Catch Me if You Can, and Christopher Belling in Curtains for the West Jordan Sugar Factory Playhouse. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Utah in Journalism/Mass Communications, and works as the V.P. of Communications for the Utah Medical Association. “The acting bug lay dormant for 30 years as its host raised a family and paid the bills. But now it’s biting hard, and the itch is real. Thanks to HCT and a very patient wife for another opportunity to scratch.”

Jerry Westberg
Man 1 / Tenor
  Pimpernel Marks Jerry’s debut with HCT. Recent performances include Professor Bhaer in Little Women for the Riverton Arts Council, John in Lamb of God for Witness Music, Tenor Soloist in The Messiah with the West Jordan Symphony, and Archibald in The Secret Garden for Riverton High School. Jerry has a BS in Computer Science from USU and an MS in Biomedical Informatics from the U of U and works as a Software Engineer at Health Catalyst.  “Thanks to my wonderful wife, Katelyn, as well as my kids (Jaden, Madelyn, and Jessica) for supporting me in being a part of this show! I couldn’t do it without you!”

Tanner Sumens
Man 2 / Tenor
  This recent graduate of Riverton High School is glad to be in his first show at HCT. Roles at Riverton HS were Beadle in Sweeney Todd and Lord Pinkleton in Cinderella. Other roles include Dusty in Bandits with Batz Entertainment, Cornelius Hackl in Hello Dolly!, Enjolras in Les Miserables, and Will Parker in Oklahoma!all at DSYT. At RHS, Tanner was a member of the MDT Program and will be studying Dance and Theatre at Westminster College starting this fall. He works as a preschool/childcare teacher at Infinite Success Academy in South Jordan. “Thanks to my incredible mother, siblings, and all the other family and friends for the nonstop support no matter what!”

Ryan Crockett
Man 3 / Tenor
  Ryan has been seen in previous productions of Brigadoon and Annie Get Your Gun at Hale Centre Theatre West Valley. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Communication from BYUIdaho and teaches Spanish to amazing students at Providence Hall High School. The rest of his life is dedicated to his incredible wife. “Laugh loud and love lots!”

Holden Smith
Man 4 / Tenor
  Holden makes his HCT debut with The Scarlet Pimpernel. His previous credits include Crazy for You, A Tale of Two Cities, The Addams Family (Lucas), and West Side Story (Action) at Centerpoint Legacy Theatre. “Thank you to my amazing family and friends for their continued love and support!”

Kelton Davis
Man 5 / Bass
  Although this will be his first time on our stage, Kelton has done a lot of performing locally. Favorite roles: Judge Turpin in Sweeney Todd for Actor’s Repertory Theatre Ensemble, Kerchak in Tarzan and Noah in Children of Eden for American Fork Players, and Jeter in Footloose at the Scera Shell. He graduated with a BA in Media Arts from BYU and works as a Creative Director at Stringham Real Estate School. “I’m so jazzed to be performing on this amazing new stage! Thank you to my wife, Emilie, my supportive family, and the amazing cast and crew of The Scarlet Pimpernel!”

Ardon Smith
Man 6 / Bass
  This is Ardon’s debut with HCT. Prior performances include: Cabaret (UVU), The Bridges of Madison County (Utah Rep.), Jumpers (UVU), Oresteia (Chris Clark), and The Drag (an Other Theater Co.).  He participated in the BFA Acting Program at UVU and when not on the stage,  Ardon works as an Uber Driver. “Thank you to Chad Fortie, Jim Smith, Ian Brooks, Chase Ramsey, Chris Clark, and Robert Moffat. I could not be the performer I am without you all.”

Ellora Lattin
Woman 1 / Alto
  Ellora is excited to be back on our stage having been seen as Joanna Wilkes/Tart in our last production of Big River.  She performed with the BYU Young Ambassadors from 20162018, including an international tour to Brazil, and was recently seen as Rapunzel in BYU’s production of Into the Woods. She is a senior in the Music Dance Theatre program at BYU and plans to graduate next April. “I’m thrilled to work in this stunning new theater with such an incredible cast and crew!”

Stacia Hardy
Woman 2 / Soprano
  Stacia has been seen on the HCTO stage numerous times, including Anita in West Side Story, Sarah in The Civil War, and Marie in The Scarlet Pimpernel. She was previously seen on our stage in Tuck Everlasting, as Majella in The Pirate Queen, and as Alabama Lamb in Big Fish a role she also reprised at HCTO. She also played Wendy Jo in Footloose at Tuacahn and Milly in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers at the Jackson Hole Playhouse.  Last summer, she was the choreographer for the Nauvoo and British Pageants, both of which she has performed in as Emma Smith and Ann Cannon, and most recently loved working with Jenny Barlow as the assistant choreographer for Hello, Dolly! at HCTO. Stacia received her BFA in Music Dance Theatre from BYU, where she also performed with the Young Ambassadors, and teaches at two different dance studios. “I am grateful for my family and friends’ constant and loving support.”

MacKenzie Pedersen
Woman 3 / Soprano 2
  MacKenzie is glad to be back at HCT where she was previously seen in our production of Les Miserables. Her other credits include: Annie in Annie Get Your Gun at Sundance Theatre, Jenny Hill in Big Fish at HCTO, and Mrs. Banks in Mary Poppins at Chicago’s NightBlue Theatre. She has a BFA degree in Musical Theatre from SUU and works as a Transition Team Specialist at NETFLIX. “Never give up, never surrender.”

Madison Hanson
Woman 4 / Soprano
  Although new to HCT, Madison comes with a lot of experience performing for Centerpoint Legacy Theatre where she played Natalie in All Shook Up, Betty in White Christmas, Tuptim in The King and I, and Consuela in West Side Story. She graduated from the University of Utah with a BS degree in Education and works as a Marketing Systems Trainer at Primary Residential Mortgage. “Ordinary people can do extraordinary things” Scott Montgomery

Keri Vance
Woman 5 / Alto

Raina Thorne
Woman 6 / High C Soprano
  Raina was most recently seen in HCT’s productions as The Blue Fairy in My Son Pinocchio, as Fred’s Wife/Poor Wife in A Christmas Carol and as Madame de la Grande Bouche in Disney's Beauty and the Beast. She lists some favorite roles as Page in Rigoletto, 2nd Novice in Suor Angelica (Utah Opera), Sylvanie in The Merry Widow, Countess Stasi in The Gypsy Princess, Diana Devereaux in Of Thee I Sing, Leona in La Belle Helene, Guenevere in Camelot, Karen O’Kane in Jubilee, Lalume in Kismet, Electra in Gypsy (Ohio Light Opera), Jo March in Little Women, Sister Martha in Dialogues des Carmélites, Mrs. Fiorentino in Street Scene (U of U Lyric Opera), Jo Ann in Godspell  (U of U Theatre), Lily in The Secret Garden  (The Grand Theatre), Mrs. Nordstrom in A Little Night Music (Utah Repertory Theatre), Nerone in L’incoronazione di Poppea (La Musica Lirica), Alien Queen in Aliens: A Puppet Musical, and Narrator of Annabel Lee in ContemPOErary (Meat and Potato Theatre). Raina has a Master of Music and Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the U of U, and works as a singer, actress, pet sitter and stay-at-home Mom.