(Mr. Hoskins, Mr. Spenalzo)
Abby is making her debut to Plaza but is no newcomer to the stage. She has been in many numerous productions including 10 LITTLE INDIANS, WEEKEND AT BERNIES, and YOUNG FRANKENSTIEN. Abby would like to thank her friends for dragging her along to all of the auditions. “This one is for you guys!”
This is Carr’s debut performance with Plaza and his first performance in the past 30 years and we are glad to have him! Currently living in Cleburne, Carr enjoys tinkering, preaching, reading, and racing (on his PS2). He enjoys his family, wife Delisa, daughter Dessi, and son Justin. “Thank you to the Silers for the opportunity to share in this production with an awesome cast.”
is thrilled to be back at Plaza in this phenomenal cast. He was last seen here as Snoopy in YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN. DFW Theatrical credits include the recent regional production of CAROUSEL (Lyric Stage- Irving), HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL (Teatrodellemuse), GODSPELL (ACT), BIG RIVER (ACT), THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK (C.A.T.S), NOISES OFF (Alley Cats) and over 30 others. For the past year Curt worked as the resident Technical Coordinator at Creative Arts Theatre and School and is now currently enrolled in the Cornerstone Honors program at TCC Northeast. He will be directing SEE HOW THEY RUN here at Plaza in February so come audition! :) "Thank you to the whole Geisel, McElree, and Singleton families! You are ALL precious! Thank you to Shelby for being a reminder of God's joy, Mary for you precious heart, Stephen for being a brother, Tim for always being there, Joey for a brother at arms, mom and dad for the immense sacrifice you have made my whole life and mostly to Jesus my savior, L
was most recently seen at Plaza as Mrs. Winthrop in THE SECRET GARDEN but also played Aunt Eller in OKLAHOMA! and Vera Sanders in SMOKE ON THE MOUNTAIN. Other favorite on stage rolls include Miss Hannigan in ANNIE, Golde in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, disciple in GODSPELL, and multiple characters in Theatre Arlington’s production of LUCKY STIFF. Past experience includes director, choreographer, studio vocalist, vocal coach, percussionist and live sound engineer. Darcy enjoys serving as vocalist, percussionist and drama leader at her church, and working her day job in the financial planning arena. I’d like to thank the Lord for the gifts and talents He’s given me, and the Barruses and Silers for allowing me to be a part of their dream. I’m so excited for the Cleburne community!
FELICIA E. TAYLOR
is a newcomer to Plaza but not a newcomer to the stage. Was born and raised in Las Vegas but is currently going to school at Tarrant County College A few of her favorite roles have been, Eve Williams in RUNNING IN THE RED, Velma Crindge in DON'T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK, Norma Hubley in PLAZA SUITE and Queen Agravain in ONCE UPON A MATTRESS. “I would like to thank Plaza Theatre for this incredible opportunity and God for the talent in which he bestowed upon me while I was in the womb!”
G. AARON SILER
believes himself to be one of the luckiest persons in the world. Favorite roles include Pap in BIG RIVER, Lazar Wolf in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, and Dr. Neville Crane in the Plaza recent production of THE SECRET GARDEN. He has a wonderful wife, Milette, and three wonderful kids.
This is Gerald’s third production for Plaza Theatre including Ali Hakim in OKLAHOMA! and Hank Stover in THE MAN WITH THE POINTED TOES. Gerald wants to thank everyone that comes out and supports Plaza Theatre, cast & crew and God for allowing me the opportunity to at least try to put a smile into someone’s night. God Bless you all!
(Dr. Herman Einstein)
This is Gregory’s second appearance at Plaza. Audiences may remember Gregory as Archibald in THE SECRET GARDEN. Other favorite roles include Joseph in JOSPEH…DREAMCOAT, Chauvelin in THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL, and Captain von Trapp in THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Gregory has performed in film, on stage, and on television. He is currently a cast member of The Bobby Jack Pack Comedy Show. Check him out on the website www.showcomedyshow.com. Gregory would like to thank Betty, Dylan, and Spencer for all their support and express his joy at getting to perform with Jon again.
JACESON P. BARRUS
says playing here at Plaza Theatre is a dream come true for him. He has spent his life working and performing in the theater and counts Big River, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Lucky Stiff and The Music Man among his favorite productions. In his spare time (what's that?) he loves to watch classic movies and study American Civil War trivia. JaceSon loves to team direct with Tina, his beautiful wife of 14 years and sends his love to his favorite kiddos, Tab, Park, Cam, Edie and Mira.
is excited to be back at Plaza for the second time and he is thrilled to reprise a role he did at the Artisan Theater in 2006. He has appeared in six shows at the Artisan and three at Onstage in Bedford. Some of his favorite roles were the dual roles of Mr. Gibbs and Lt. Rooney in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE, Dr. Bradley in THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER, Messenger 7013 in HEAVEN CAN WAIT and Mr. Carnes in OKLAHOMA! here at Plaza. He most recently appeared at the harried and upset Psychiatrist in NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS and as Erronius in A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM. He would like to say thanks to Aaron Siler for the call. And a special thanks to his best friend, golfing partner, and wife of 41 years Alieze. Without her support he wouldn’t even be here.
(Dr. Harper and Mr. Witherspoon)
has been active in theatre for four years. He has appeared as an actor/musician/music director in JOSEPH…DREAMCOAT as keyboardist/Jacob, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF as the Rabbi, FOREVER PLAID as music director and keyboardist, NUNSENSE as keyboardist, THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL as music director and St. Cyr/Jessup, Sound of Music as keyboardist and assistant music director, THE SECRET GARDEN as assistant music director and Neville Craven, ANNIE GET YOUR GUN as music director and Frank Butler, and here at Plaza in OKLAHOMA! as music director. He looks forward to appearing onstage at Plaza. He looks forward to working with Jason, Tina, Milette, Aaron and a truly wonderful cast that is both very accomplished and very fun to work with. He hopes to enjoy many shows at Plaza Theatre in the future, both as an actor and a musician. A special thanks to my stepsons, Dylan and Spencer, who have given up valuable time that we could be spending together to allow their "Dad" to pursue his dream and to "Gr
is pleased to be making her debut at Plaza. She previously worked with JaceSon and Tina Barrus in THE SOUND OF MUSIC and HEAVEN CAN WAIT. Tania holds a BA in Theatre from Butler University, and teaches Drama at the Arts Institute of Mansfield, where she is currently co-directing THE LITTLEST ANGEL. She sends love to her real littlest angel, Mark, and to the other actors in her family, Jerry and Jim.
graduated from KD Studios Actors Conservatory in Dallas in Jan. 2006. Helped to produce and also played the role of Reporter Karen Kennedy in a feature length Independent film called PROJECT CLEAR VIEW. Had supporting roles in other Indi's such as BENT and THE JOURNAL. Tonya also wrote and starred in her own Indi short called THE DEATH OF JACKSON BOOKER. Has been an extra on the TV sets of WALKER TEXAS RANGER, PRISON BREAK, and both Lifetime Movie Network Movie of the Weeks INSPECTOR MOM as well as several of the INSPECTOR MOM WEBISODES. I had the privilege of playing Mama/Grandma in Plaza's Lolly-Pup’s Roundup Children’s Theater production of LITTLE RED RIDING BOOTS as well as being Prop Mistress for Plaza Theater's production of THE MAN WITH THE POINTED TOES. I would like to thank Plaza Theater for their kindness and the opportunity to be a part of their theater family.
is returning to Plaza after playing Dickon in THE SECRET GARDEN, Snoopy in YOU’RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN and jumping into to one weekend each of SMOKE ON THE MOUNTAIN and OKLAHOMA! Other favorite roles include Jeff in SUBURBIA, Robin in CLEANSED, and Huck Finn in BIG RIVER. His most recent experience was directing and music directing GODSPELL on the extreme opposite side of the Metroplex, where he realized that, as an actor, he does a lot of the things that annoy him as a director, and vowed to stop doing those things.