by Agatha Christie
November 16-18 at 8pm
November 19, 2pm matinee
At The Pennfield School
(Left to Right: Lisa Deppe, Wayne Ward, Jason Read, Paul Bowen, Kim Stamoulis, Alfred Dizon, Mary Borges, & Richard Schlosky)
Cast and Crew:
Kelly-Lynn Chasse (Director)- is a Massachusetts certified history teacher. She has been studying theater since her freshmen year in high school and throughout her college experience. She has directed, written, and choreographed many student productions as an extra curricular activities drama teacher. She appeared as City Her in PCT's The Gifts of the Magi. She also appeared as Carolyn, Dora, Beth, and Sarah in The Dining Room. The Mousetrap is her PCT directorial debut. Kelly is also the teasurer on the PCT Board of Directors.
Joshua Gustafson (Lighting Designer)- is a junior at Somerset High School. He is involved in many extracurricular activites including football, wrestling, and track. He usually listens to music in his spare time. Previous credits include lighting board operator for The Dining Room and Moments to Remember.
Kim Kekligian Stamoulis (Mollie)- this is Kim's fourth show with PCT. She has also appeared onstage at the Newport Playhouse and Little Theatre of Fall River. The shows she has appeared in include The Dining Room, Out of the Picture, The Nerd, Wife Begins at Forty, Unexpected Broadway, Moments to Remember, The Music Man, The King and I, Oklahoma and various cabarets.
Joy Malia Nelson (Mollie on 11/18)- has been studying theater in California since 1989. She is the Second Vice President of Portsmouth Community Theater and enjoyed her directorial debut last spring with The Dining Room.
Jason Read (Giles)- serves on the board of PCT and is participating in his fourth show with the group. Favorite past roles include Oliver (Oliver), Charlie (Marvin's Room), Levi (Joseph... Dreamcoat), and Jim (Gifts of the Magi). Jason runs the theatrical lighting and sound services company General Entertainment Media. He is glad to have assisted two of his friends, Kelly and Josh, in their first show as director for a community theater production and lighting designer.
Alfred Dizon (Wren)- has been a resident of Middletown for most of his life, and is very happy to be with the Portsmouth Community Theater. He recently graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science. He has acted in The Desk Set, Inherit the Wind, and MacBeth.
Mary Sylvia Borges (Mrs. Boyle)- has been performing with PCT since it's inception in Lovers and Other Strangers followed by Love Letters, Going on a Cruise, and The Dining Room. She has also performed with the Roger Williams University theater in I Hate Hamlet. Mary lives in Matunuck with her husband, step-son, and daughter.
Richard D. Schlosky (Major Metcalf)- has performed in several PCT productions. He enjoys working with the PCT family and community players. PS- they are the only ones who will put up with him plus he is the president of Portsmouth Community Theater.
Dr. Lisa Deppe (Miss Casewell)- has enjoyed performing with PCT in Out of the Picture and Lie, Cheat, and Genuflect. She dedicates her performance in The Mousetrap to her Mother, who passed away in June, and will be greatly missed as an audience member. "Mothers make you all you are, and all you will be...Thank you, Mom." (Please visit http://hometown.aol.com/immydog91)
Wayne Ward (Paravicini)- The Mousetrap marks Wayne's third appearance with PCT. Locally he has performed with Little Theatre of Fall River, Somerset Rep, People's Theater, and the Angus Bailey Players in roles as varied as the Innkepper in Man of La Mancha, Hucklebee in Fantasticks, Doc in West Side Story, and Cpt. Keller in The Miracle Worker. Wayne is a major in the US Army, and is a member of the PCT board.
Paul Landon Bowen (Sgt. Trotter)- is pleased to be making his second appearence with PCT. Previously Paul acted in PCT's production of The Dining Room. Paul's past theater experiences were with Newport Play House as Jimmy Wilson in Natalie Needs a Nightie. He has also performed in several productions at Bristol Community College. Paul has lived in Portsmouth for 6 years and graduated from PHS in 1996.