Ginger Beavers as Dottie Otley/Mrs. Clackett
Ginger lived in Moscow after earning her BA in Russian. Later she returned to the University of Tennessee and earned her Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting. She appeared at 6th Street as Madame Armfeldt in A Little Night Music. She served as music director for that show as well as for You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown and White Christmas. Some of her favorite roles include Rose (Gypsy), Ruth (Pirates of Penzance), Witch (Into the Woods) and Luisa Contini (9). A million thanks to her husband Chuck for his unwavering love and support.
Devin McConnell as Lloyd Dallas
Noises Off marks Devin’s sixth project with the 6th Street Playhouse, having previously appeared as the Beast in Beauty and the Beast (2007), Cinderella’s Prince in Into the Woods (2008), Peter Shaw in Silent Sky (2016), Danny “Nebraska” Jones in A Masterpiece of Comic...Timing (2017), and Demetrius in FairyWorlds! (2017).
Erik Weiss as Garry LeJune/Roger
Erik cannot remember a time when he wasn't an actor. Thousands of pratfalls can do that to a man. A Santa Rosa native, Erik has enjoyed performing in plays, musicals, and film projects all over Sonoma County. Recent 6th Street Playhouse credits: Mrs. Bob Cratchit's Wild Christmas Binge (Tiny Tim), The Rocky Horror Show (Riff Raff), You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown (Snoopy, MTJA award), and Animal Crackers (The Professor/Harpo). Enjoy the show!
John C. Browning as Frederick Fellowes/Phillip
John is excited to be back at 6th Street. In a comedy, no less! His Sonoma County acting credits include: Bug, Richard III, Julius Caesar, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Grace, Hedda Gabler, The North Plan, Zombie Town, Arcadia, Time Stands Still, Driving Miss Daisy, The Children’s Hour, Becky Shaw, Spamalot and August: Osage County in which he won a SFBAC award. Love to Mel and my family for their everlasting support. Viva la Sardines!
Cecilia Senocak as Belinda Blair/Flavia
Cecilia is very excited to return to the theatre in this ridiculous(ly funny) production! She studied acting at Circle in the Square Theatre School in NYC before pursuing a career in photography. She is an avid traveler and once served popcorn to Tom Hanks. After many years of sitting in the audience at 6th Street, she is honored to be on the stage this time around.
Brooke McLaughlin as Brooke Ashton/Vicki
Brooke is so excited to be able to be a part of this wonderful production! Brooke grew up very involved in theater, but took a break during college. Over the summer she had so much fun Stage Managing You're a Good Man Charlie Brown for 6th Street Playhouse, that she decided she would come back, this time on the stage. She hopes you enjoy the show as much as we have had fun putting it together!
Lillian Myers as Poppy Norton-Taylor
Lillian is delighted to debut at 6th Street with Noises Off. Notably, she toured as a red nose clown with the Performers Without Borders Social Circus (UK) in India and Kenya, and Hand Spring Puppet Theater (South Africa) with Stravinsky’s Fire Bird. She worked as crisis in training actor with the Colorado Police Department. She holds a BFA in Contemplative Theater and Education from Naropa University. She hopes you enjoy the show!
Conor Woods as Tim Allgood
Conor is delighted to be a part of this wonderful cast of clowns! In addition to his acting endeavors, Conor is also the Technical Director for the playhouse. Favorites from 6th Street include: Equus (Set Designer), Constellations (Set Designer), George M! (Actor), Visiting Mr Green (Stage Manager), and The Threepenny Opera (Actor).
Tim Hayes as Selsdon Mowbray/Burglar
Recently appearing on the 6SP stage as Ezekial in White Christmas, and the Narrator in The Rocky Horror Show, Tim has been acting on stage for over 60 years. He has also worked in feature film, television and radio commercials, and industrial film. He was an early member of Actors’ Theatre of Sonoma County where he acted and directed and was director of educational programs in the late 20th century. He acted and directed at Sonoma County Repertory Theater, founded and was Artistic Director of theatre4.