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Drew Guerrero (Trevor) Making his debut on the main stage of Stockton Civic Theater, Drew is happy to be acting once again. His first show with SCT was the Night of One Acts which inspired his return to acting after six years. Previously, Drew performed in Playhouse Merced’s Peter and the Starcatcher and The Little Mermaid. He has also acted for Scream1210 Productions’ The Grimoire Chapters for which he won the Gold Award for Best Actor. Drew would like to thank his mom and dad for all the help over the last decade, his friends for their support, and Sabrina for all her love, care and inspiration.

Mike Kiley (Chris/Inspector) Mike has been active in Community Theater for over 40 years, both on and off stage.  Some of his appearances on stage here at SCT are “Stage Kiss”, “Lend Me a Tenor”, and “It Runs in the Family”.  His last few shows directing were for “Funny Money” and “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”.  Mike has loved his time on “The Play That Goes Wrong” and considers it to be maybe the funniest show he has ever been in!

Josh Kirwin (Dennis/Perkins) Josh Kirwin is ecstatic to be performing in his first (non-musical) play in 12 years. His most recent performance on the SCT stage was as Cogsworth in Beauty and the Beast, this past holiday season. Additional SCT credits to his name include the ensemble in Rent, the Park Keeper in Mary Poppins, Lewis Morris in 1776, and Chef Louis in The Little Mermaid. He would like to dedicate his performance in this production to his dearly departed friend, Geovanie Brooks.

Antonio Munoz (Robert/Thomas)  This is Antonio’s eighth show here at SCT. He is very excited to put on a very hilarious show with this amazing cast! He wants to thank his family and friends for all their support! As always, enjoy the show!

Christopher Perez (Jonathan/Charles) This is Christopher’s Stockton Civic Theater debut. He is a Stockton native, who trained in Acting at Pacific Repertory Theater (PCPA) and Utah State University, where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting. Previous roles include Caliban (The Tempest) at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, Happy Loman (Death of a Salesman) at San Joaquin Delta College, and Greg (Reasons to be Pretty) at Utah State University. Christopher is very honored and excited to be working with SCT!

Parker Rose (Max/Cecil/Arther) This is Parker’s third show at SCT and he is very excited to say, “I’m back!” His previous experience with theatre includes Beauty and the BeastYou’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, and Cabaret. Today Parker is attending Delta College and is interested in improving his skills as an actor by participating in challenging roles. He thanks his girlfriend for all the support she gave throughout the whole rehearsal practice.

Emily Thomas (Sandra/Florence)  Emily Thomas is thrilled to be apart of her second show here at SCT. After her Stockton debut in “Beauty and the Beast” she knew she had to come back for more!! She adores “The Play That Goes Wrong” and all the writings of Mischief Theatre troupe, so she knew she had to audition. Playing Sandra has been a dream of hers and this experience has lived up to all her expectations. 

Jenna Zepponi Lehman (Annie) Jenna is excited to be returning to the SCT stage. Some favorite projects include Little Women at Stage Right Productions (Jo), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at SCT (Maggie), The Little Dog Laughed at SCT (Ellen), Crimes of the Heart at Chautauqua Playhouse (Lenny), Company at SCT (Kathy), and Twelfth Night at Changes Faces Theatre Company (Viola). She would like to thank her director, Dennis, for giving her the chance to be part of a such a wild comedy, as well as her husband, Martin, and four fur babies for their never ending love and support.

Gianna Landin (Cornly Crew) Gianna Landin is a choreographer in the Lodi-Stockton-Linden area. Some of her favorite roles include Mae in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Molly in Peter and the Starcatcher and Support Group Leader Si in Rent. She is so thrilled to be a part of this comedy, and hopes nothing goes wrong!

Nathan Origer (Cornly Crew) Nathan has been in theatre for 11 years now. You may have previously seen him in Little Shop of Horrors and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Showbiz Theatre, Or here at SCT recently in Blind Date as Felix, or previously in The Doyle and Debbie Show or previously in Beauty and the Beast, 9 to 5, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Gypsy, The Skin of Our Teeth, A Christmas Story, Something Rotten, Matilda, A Christmas Carol, Fiddler on the Roof, or The Addams Family. Nathan Got his start in theatre with the SCT Jr. program performing in The Wizard of Oz Jr. and was in the program for about 7 years. He also likes to do crew for shows here at SCT in multiple technical areas. He is currently attending Delta College as an Electron Microscopy Major.

Zach Origer (Cornly Crew) Zachary Joseph Origer is ecstatic to be in his 2nd main stage Stockton Civic Theatre show. You may have previously seen him as a Farm-boy in Gypsy or in various of the theatre’s junior productions. Wowee Kabloweee!

Jon-Michael Porter (Cornly Crew) This is Jon-Michael’s first production at SCT and he’s just happy to be involved. A student living in Stockton, most of Jon-Michael’s drama credits are from Delta College’s theatre program. Some of these credits include “Treasure Island”, “Epic Proportions”, and “And Then There Were None”. 

Sabrina Schmier (Cornly Crew) Sabrina Schmier is an actor local to the Stockton area. This show marks her return to a beloved art form and is her first production working with Stockton Civic Theatre. Her previous credits include Abby Brewster in Arsenic and Old Lace and Geraldine Dunbar in Play On! She is excited to get back into theatre and thanks her friends and family for the encouragement they have given her throughout the process. 


Dennis Beasley (Director) Dennis is a theatre artist, educator, and administrator and has been the Artistic Director here at SCT since 2016. He has worked in various capacities at theatres across the country including South Coast Repertory, The Utah Shakespearean Festival, Downstairs Cabaret Theatre, Davis Shakespeare Ensemble, Odyssey Theatre Company, and The Western Stage. He has also been an Adjunct Theatre Instructor at Gavilan College, Hartnell College, and Delta College. He has directed many productions at SCT in his tenure including The Addams Family, Rock of Ages, August: Osage County, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Little Dog Laughed, and 9 to 5.

Elizabeth Smith (Stage Manager) Elizabeth is a regular at SCT. She is a frequent stage manager and also an active member of SCT’s Footlighters. She has previously stage managed for Cabaret and 9 to 5.

Tim Graffham (Set Designer) Tim Graffham has been designing and building sets and props for over twenty years in Tracy and Stockton.  From the magic of Willie Wonka’s chocolate factory to the bleak realities of Dickensian London, Tim has designed and built many challenging sets; this is without doubt the most complicated of them all.  It has been an absolute joy and honor to take on the design of this wonderful show and Tim truly hopes you enjoy it…and that everything hold together until the end.

R. Israel Rodriguez (Sound Designer) Israel’s recent SCT sound design credits include Skin of Our Teeth, The Little Dog Laughed, Oliver, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, Love Loss and What I Wore, Fox and the Fairway, 9 to 5, and The Doyle and Debbie Show. 

Gus Frontella (Lighting Designer) This is Gus’s second main stage lighting designer credit. He preveously designed Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. He also recently designed the black box hit Doyle and Debbie.

Val Cichocki (Scenic Designer) Val has been working with and for SCT for many years. Her most recent credit was set designing for The Doyle and Debbie Show. She has also done Scenic Design on many shows including 9 to 5 and Something Rotten. 

Carmen Musch (Costume Designer) This is  Carmen’s second show as costume designer.  She recently costumed last year’s ” The Fox on the Fairway” and won the Willie Award for best costume design of a play. Feeling confident, she said yes to costuming “The Play that goes Wrong”.  It has not disappointed in it’s challenges as she is hoping the costumes last through the run of the show. 

Karen Vance (Fight Choreographer) Karen received her MFA in Acting and Theatre Education from Michigan State University in 2018. Karen was a professional actor in Chicago before attending graduate school. Karen currently resides in Sacramento, CA where she continues to work as an AEA actor, fight choreographer and musical theatre choreographer. Karen is about to begin her third year as a full-time faculty member at Delta College in the Drama Department where she’s directed: Our Town, Treasure Island, You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, Love/Sick, Lysistrata & Cinderella and choreographed Urinetown. Locally, Karen’s most recent regional professional credits include work with B Street Theatre, Capital Stage and Sacramento Theatre Company.

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