was most recently seen as Gen. Schmitz in SEUSSICAL. Also in Plaza's productions YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU as Paul, SMOKE ON THE MOUNTAIN as bass playing Cousin Buford, FOOTLOOSE as Uncle Wes, GHOST OF A CHANCE as Chance and MY FAIR LADY as Jamie, while in this area he has appeared in The Carnegie Players productions of MAN OF LA MANCHA, where he played Sancho Panza, THE MUSIC MAN as Marcellus Washburn, and SOUTH PACIFIC as Joseph Cable. Aaron holds his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree with concentrations in Musical Theatre and Set Design from Tarleton State University with internships at Kent State University in Ohio. Some of his favorite collegiate roles include The Wolf/Cinderella’s Prince in INTO THE WOODS, Ossian Borg in WORMWOOD, and The Poet/Haaj in KISMET. He is currently employed as a Web Developer at eMagination Web Designs, a subsidiary of National Direct Media here in Cleburne.
has become a Plaza regular as a stage manager or all around techie in over 8 productions at Plaza Theatre Company including BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, MY FAIR LADY, and most recently AIDA. Currently attending Hill College. She really enjoys being here at Plaza. She would like to thank all her friends and family for believeing in her and standing behind her in whatever she does.
This is Chris fourth show at Plaza including THE CURIOUS SAVAGE as Jeff, MY FAIR LADY as the Bartender, and as Pvt. Earhart in KISS & TELL. Chris's day job is a fulltime graphic artist and signs producer for a local sign shop. The theatre and graphic arts are just two of his pursuits in the general arts. He also hopes to someday be a part of the games programming arena, always dreaming up some sort of new game idea. Chris wants to thank the gang at the Plaza Theatre for giving him the chance to enjoy the stage and try to increase his acting abilites.
is making her Plaza Theatre Company debute as well as her stage debute in CASH ON DELIVERY. Claire is an elementary art teacher at Mitchell Boulevard Elementary in Ft. Worth where she works with Heather Fobar who is also in the cast. She told Heather that she would love to be in a play, Heather told her to audition, and here she is on our stage and we are glad to have her. "I am very pleased to have been given a part and hope to do more!"
is no stranger to the stage but is making her directing debut here at Plaza theatre with Cash on Delivery! Right now she is taking a break from her theatre degree at UTA and is studying private lessons for film acting and voice. If it is in God’s good and perfect will she would like to pursue acting as her career. This new director not only has a deep love for theatre itself but Plaza and all the people associated with it. JaceSon, Tina, Aaron, and Milette, have been an inspiration and a blessing. She would like to thank them for “giving me my own show, I love each one of you dearly! Daddy, Mommita, Josephine, Huy, Caleb, Bre, Charity, Jessica, and the Wheelers, thank you for supporting me in my late night rehearsals and putting up with never seeing me so I can live my passion. And Brendon for being my handsome prince charming, I love you mostest! And most important, my Lord and savoir Jesus Christ. I am finding out everyday that I have nothing without Him but with Him I have
G. AARON SILER
has performed in the past 20 of the 23 shows presented in Plaza Theatre's history. I guess that makes him a regular. Aaron has many years experience performing in theatres across the nation. Favorite roles include Pap in BIG RIVER, Kolenkhov in YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU, Charlie Brown in GOOD MAN...CHARLIE BROWN, and Horton in SEUSSICAL.
This is Gerald’s fifth production with Plaza Theatre and he is excited to be back home. He has played Ali Hakim in OKLAHOMA!, Hank Stover in THE MAN WITH THE POINTED TOES and his favorite role to date was as Teddy Brewster in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE. "I have done a lot of traveling in the past year but am tired of being responsible and ready to play with my friends again. I wish to thank my fiancée Laura for her patience, infinite support and understanding. Thanks be to God for all he has given me and to my Lord who has taught me what love really is. May God bless you & yours as you sit back, have a laugh and enjoy the show."
is excited to make her debut on the PlazaCo stage.
is very excited to be in her 6th production at Plaza Theatre. You may remember her in such roles as Ida in SEE HOW THEY RUN or Madame in BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. Heather is currently in her 3rd year teaching music in the Fort Worth ISD, working part time as an Assistant Music Director at the Pleasantview Baptist Church, and pursuing to be a Voice Over professional. She would like to thank the Barrus and Siler family for having such a wonderful dream and letting an amateur like herself be apart of it. “To Jesus, my family, and my friends, thanks so much for supporting and encouraging me to pursue the things I love.”
is thrilled to be performing in her first Plaza production! She has worked with Carnegie Players, Dallas Children's Theatre, and UTA where she graduated with her degree in Theatre Performance. Working for Plaza has been amazing, and she can't wait to do it again!! "Here's looking at you, Kid". "This door's been locked. That was for you Danielle...lol."
Kevin is excited to be in his second production at Plaza Theatre Company. He was last seen on the Plaza stage just a week or so ago as the evil Chief Minister Zoser in the nationally acclaimed Plaza production of AIDA! He has been a regular on and off the Carnegie stage as well. Favorite roles include Max Detweiller in SOUND OF MUSIC and Fred Gayley in MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET. His favorite productions as director for Carnegie were THE FOREIGNER and ARSENIC AND OLD LACE. In his spare time, he is principal and owner of Poole Architects, a small architectural firm in Burleson. Special thanks go to his wife Vanessa and son, Elijah, who are the “best reason I know for being me.” Thanks also go to JaceSon Barrus for cornering him backstage during AIDA and inviting him to join this wonderful cast. “I owe you Barrus!”
is appearing in his first production for Plaza Theatre Company. He has a BA in theatre arts from California State University San Bernardino and is a theatre arts teacher at Alvarado Junior High School. He has appeared locally with the Greater Cleburne Carnegie Players as Aslan in THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE, C.C. Showers in THE DIVINERS, Pedro in THE MAN OF LA MANCHA, and directed THE MOUSETRAP. Luke would like to thank his wife and kids for their support, and Danielle Beacham and the Plaza producers for the opportunity to perform with this wonderful cast.
is excited to be back on the Plaza stage after a small hiatus. He was last seen in his favorite role to date as Charles Dickens/Fred in A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Other favorite roles include Mr. DePinna in YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU and Jeff in THE CURIOUS SAVAGE. Michael would like to thank is wonderful wife if 10 years, Aimee, for her support and patience when he is bitten with the “theatre bug.” Michael also sends his love to his kiddos Rylee, Jake, and Aubrie. When not on the stage Michael is a 7th and 8th grade English teacher in Fort Worth. He also enjoys watching hockey and studying War Between the States history. Michael is a proud alumnus of Tarleton State University.
RUSS B. WALKER
Thrilled as he is to spend weeknights with such a zany cast, it pales to being able to walk out onstage once again and present a great comedy at PTC! And the opportunity to work with Ms. Beauchamp as a director has been an awesome one. Plaza patrons fondly remember Mr.Walker's recent appearances in various roles in SEUSSICAL, 2008's A CHRISTMAS CAROL as Bob Cratchit, YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU as Ed, GHOST OF A CHANCE as Floyd, CURIOUS SAVAGE as Samuel, BEAUTY as Bookseller, etc, SEE HOW THEY RUN as Arthur Humphrey, and 2007's A CHRISTMAS CAROL as Solicitor & Mr. Topper. Shout out to JTAM! And double-dip chocolate-covered with-a-cherry-on-top thanks to my wife Tanya, Taylor, Ben, Benaiah, Ian, and Kenda Sue for waiting up for Dad most nights! "O the joys of homeschooling!" (Alpha Psi Omega)
is thrilled to be back working at Plaza. Stefanie has enjoyed serving as Stage Manager and all around Plaza cheerleader for several shows including THE MAN WITH THE POINTED TOES,THE SECRET GARDEN, FOOTLOOSE and AIDA. Favorite acting roles include Betty Blast in FOOTLOOSE, Mrs. Pierce in MY FAIR LADY, Viola in Shakespeare’s TWELFTH NIGHT, Maggie in JAKE’S WOMEN and multiple roles in THE DINING ROOM. Stefanie has worked as Stage Manager, Lighting Designer, Featured Dancer, Actor and various other roles in such productions as SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN, BIG RIVER, THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL, FOREVER PLAID and SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS. Stefanie holds a Master of Arts from Texas Woman’s University with an emphasis in Directing and Stage Management and a Bachelor of Arts from Harding University with an emphasis in Acting. Special thanks to her family and friends for all their love and support!!