November 13,14,19,20,21 - All Shows 7:30PM
Patti Ross - Director
Patti is a retired English and Theater Teacher with the Freedom Area School District. She currently resides in Aliquippa.
Brandon Fowler - Assistant Director
Brandon is a project manager for Horizon Information Services and a resident of Brighton Township.
Chrissy Zuemie as Cora
This is Chrissy’s debut with the Bobcat Players, and we are glad to have her. Previously, Chrissy has performed with the Red Barn Theater (Julie in Perfect Wedding), the Comtra Theater (Barbara in Run for Your Wife), and the Legacy Theater in the North Hills (Hooray for
Hollywood). Chrissy is a hairdresser who lives and works in Cranberry.
Jane Lyons as Chris
Jane brings a wealth of experience to the Bobcat Players as both an actor and director. She most recently co-directed the play There Goes the Bride and appeared as Blanche in the 2013 production of Broadway Bound. Jane is also a veteran performer for other area theaters. She portrayed Aunt Maude in the Heritage Players’ show, Little Women. At Comtra she was seen in role of Yenti in Fiddler on the Roof. She is employed by UPMC Passavant Hospital, and she lives in North Hills.
Mary Romeo as Annie
Mary is happy to return to the Bobcat Players’ stage. Our audiences will fondly
remember her performances here in There Goes the Bride (Ursula) and Present Laughter (Liz). In addition, Mary is a veteran performer in other area theaters. Her most recent plays include Italian American Reconciliation (Aunt May) at the
Little Lake Theater and The Best Man (Sue Ellen Gamadge) with the Baldwin Players. A resident of Ambridge, she is in the Operations Department of R.J. Rhodes Transit, Inc.
Joyce Hoellein as Jessie
Joyce is welcomed as a new member to the Bobcat Players, but our audiences may have enjoyed her performances in other area theater productions including COMTRA’S A Bad Year for Tomatoes, St. Paul’s Players Lend Me a Tenor, and Always…Patsy Cline. Joyce is retired from Westminster College’s Department of Education. She makes her home in Wexford.
Mace Porac as Celia
We welcome Mace to the Bobcatstage in her introductory role in Calendar Girls. A resident of Pittsburgh, Mace has appeared as Mrs.DuBose in The Heritage Players’ production of To Kill a Mockingbird and as Secretary Benson in the Community Theatre Players of Ben Avon’s production of The Mouse That Roared. She also appeared in The Heritage Players’ production of Electra.
Shelly Cary as Ruth
Shelly Cary (Ruth): is a veteran of both the Bobcat Players and the Red Barn Theater. She was the director for the Bobcat Players 2015 opening production of Don’t Dress for Dinner and 2012 production of The Foursome. In February, Shelly played the role of Meredith Benedict in Murder is Served or Just Desserts. Her favorite Red Barn productions include The Taffetas and Rumors. A business analyst with PNC Bank, she lives in Conway with her husband David.
Melissa Schneiderman as Marie
Melissa is a veteran actor who has graced the Bobcat stage since its first season. Most recently, she portrayed Monica in last season’s opening show, Present Laughter and Kate in the 2013 production of Broadway Bound. She co-directed the 2013 production of There Goes the Bride. Melissa is a registered nurse with the Heritage Health Systems, and she lives in Moon Township.
Dolores Dowlin as Brenda Hulse
Dolores ia another significant long-time contributor to the Bobcat Players, Dolores
has been seen in many shows over the years. Some of her favorites include The Foreigner, Arsenic and Old Lace, and Steel Magnolias. Most recently, Dolores played the role of Daphne in There Goes the Bride. Dolores is a retired third grade teacher from Beaver, PA.
Patrick Conner as John
Patrick is a newcomer to the Bobcat stage, and is no stranger to the theater. He has participated in shows with several companies, including The Ruling Class (Throughline), Macbeth (South Park Theater), and Bus Stop (The Summer Company). He also held a supporting role as Abnerin the independent film Mutineer. Patrick is a retired professor from WVU and lives in Morgantown, WV.
Dave Neuhart as Rod
Dave returns to the Bobcat Players’ stage after directing the September 2015 production of Almost Maine. Dave’s other directing credits include Be My Baby, Bus Stop, Harps and Harmonicas, and Lost in Yonkers. A veteran performer, Dave
appeared on our stage in Born Yesterday, Broadway Bound, and There Goes the Bride. Dave is a family law attorney who resides in McClandless Township.
Pat Depenhart as Lady Cravenshire
Pat is a retired English teacher from Raccoon Township. She has been an integral part of the Bobcat Players since its inception, participating in multiple shows such as
Picnic (Irma Kronkite), Harvey (Ethel Chauvenet), and Born Yesterday (Anna Hedges). She has also participated in many of the Bobcat Players’ murder
mysteries and the staged reading of Love, Loss, and What I Wore.
Robert Eric Armstrong as Lawrence Sugden
Robert is aresident of Center Township and a new member of the Bobcat Players. He has appeared in several productions for R-ACT, a community theater located in Rochester. These productions include: Murder on the Mediterranean, The Curious Savage, and Moonshine and Murder. Robert is a doctorial student at West Virginia University and he is completing his DMA degree in Classical Piano Performance.
Tara Prest as Elaine
Tara is pleased to perform in her second Bobcat production. Audiences will fondly
remember her portrayal of Miss Poppenghul in the recently presented Moonlight and Magnolias. She was associated with the Pittsburgh-based independent film company and starred in two productions, 10th and Wolf and The Screening.
Tara was also an entertainer at Walt Disney World and an actress with Universal Studios in Orlando, FL. She resides in Conway.
Alexander Andres as Liam
Alexander is a resident of Beaver, although he works with various firms in Pittsburgh as a camera assistant. Alexander has appeared in several previous Bobcat Players
productions, including You Can’t Take It with You, The Man Who Came to Dinner, and the Bobcat Player Christmas special, Unexpected Gifts.
Assistant Technical Director
Assistant to the Director, Prompter
Program and Photo Board
Fr. Joseph Mattlack
Dave & Shelly Cary
Compliments of GCU
Bill and Helen Byrnes
Mary Anne Ross