May 15, 16, 21, 22, 23 – All shows 7:30 PM
Shelly Cary - Director
Shelly is a veteran of both the Bobcat Players and the Red Barn Theater.
She was the director for the Bobcat Players 2012 production of The Foursome as well as assistant director for Harvey and Moon Over Buffalo. In February, Shelly played the role of Meredith Benedict of Murder is Served or Just Desserts. She was also recently selected to serve on theBobcat Players’ Board of Directors.
Her favorite Red Barn productions include The Taffetas and Rumors. A business analyst with PNC Bank, she lives in Conway with her husband David.
Joshua Antoon as Robert
Joshua is pleased to return to the Bobcat Players stage.
Our audiences will remember his impressive portrayal of young Bud Mitchell, Arthur Graham, and Author Junior in the 2013 production of Old Love. He is a seasoned actor who has appeared in numerous roles for several venues.
Two of his favorite characters include Paul Singer in Comtra Theater’s comedy Moon Over Buffalo and George Milton in Of Mice and Men produced by the Robert Morris University Colonial Theater
Joshua is a social worker at McGuire Memorial in New Brighton.
He resides in New Brighton
Jennie Bushnell as Suzette
Jennie makes her second appearance with the Bobcat Players. Last season she portrayed the role of Gloria Nance in Be My Baby.
A seasoned film actress, she has appeared in numerous independent movies throughout the Pittsburgh area.
She's is a business analyst for Dick’s Sporting Goods. Jennie is a resident of Independence Township where she lives with her husband and two young sons.
Dave Joseph as Bernard
Dave is appearing on the Bobcat Players stage for the first time, but he comes to us with a wealth of acting experience in various community theaters.
His three favorite roles include Mel in Prisioner of Second Avenue, the Cowardly Lion in the Wizard of Oz, and Elwood P. Dowd in Harvey.
Dave is a full time husband and father and a part time actor and musician. He resides in Monaca.
Casey Novak as Suzanne
Casey made her debut for the Bobcat Players as Billie in last season’s production of Born Yesterday.
She is a veteran actress who has performed in The Odd Couple and A Christmas Story for Lincoln Park’s professional company, Into the Woods for Center Players, and Betsy’s New Car for Actor’s Summit.
Casey is a graduate of Kent State University with a major in theater. Presently she serves as officer manager for Novak Auto Parts and as a freelance writer for Lincoln Park. She resides in New Sewickley Township.
Andreas O'Rourke as George
Andreas is thrilled to return to the Bobcat Players stage. Our audiences will fondly remember his comedic portrayal of Roland Maule in the 2014 spring production of Present Laughter.
As CEO of White Horse Productions and a freelance actor, Andreas has performed in several productions for R-ACT, including Creation of the World and Other Business and Murder and Mummies.
A recent graduate of Community College of Beaver County, he is a resident of Rochester.
Ruthy Stapleton as Jacqueline
Ruthy is appearing on the Bobcat Players Stage for the first time, but she is a veteran actress in area community theaters.
Most recently she performed the role of Edna in Prisoner of Second Avenue for R-ACT; she portrayed the role of Emma in the Stage Right production of Sleeping Aide. Ruthy is also an Improv Comedy Player with the Cellar Dwellers in Rochester.
A marketing director and graphic designer, she makes her home in Beaver Falls.
Special Set Painting
Henry Wilde & crew
Printing compliments of GCU
Bill and Helen Byrnes
Erin Berger Ricciardi