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Franklin Myers - Director
Franklin is the founder of The Bobcat Players as well as a long time director and actor on the Bobcat stage and several other community theatres.  Some of his most memorable shows include Tuesdays with Morrie, The Sunshine Boys, Present Laughter, andThere Goes the Bride. Frank is a retired English and theatre teacher from Beaver Area High School.
Pat Depenhart - Assistant Director
Pat serves on The Bobcat Players’ Board.  Directing credits include Present Laughter and Broadway Bound both with The Bobcat Players.  Acting credits include Calendar Girls, Harvey, and the 2013 benefit production of Love, Loss, and What I Wore.  Pat is a retired English teacher from the Beaver Area School District.
Cast:
Valerie Boyce as Gabriella
Valerie is making her Bobcat Players debut in Boeing-Boeing. Prior credits include TV Dinners (Rachel and Elaine) and Murder on the Mediterranean (Andrea Doria) both with R-ACT Theatre Productions and Servant of Two Masters (Beatrice) at Penn State University.
Dave Joseph as Robert
Dave was most recently seen on the Bobcat stage in Twelve Angry Men (Juror #3) and previously in Don’t Dress for Dinner (Bernard).  Other favorite roles include Wait Until Dark (Roat) and Prisoner of 2nd Avenue (Mel Edison) with R-ACT Theatre Productions.  Dave was also a performer in the 2015 Pittsburgh New Works Festival.
Casey Novak as Gretchen
Casey is a Bobcat Players’ Board member and was most recently seen on the Bobcat stage in The Good Doctor (Nina).  Other Bobcat Players credits include Don’t Dress for Dinner (Suzanne) and Born Yesterday (Billie Dawn).  Other credits include The Odd Couple (Gwendolyn Pigeon) with Liberty Theatre, Into the Woods (Cinderella) with Center Theatre Players, and Becky’s New Car (Kenni) with Actor’s Summit.
Mary Romeo as Berthe
Mary is pleased to be back on the Bobcat stage. She previously appeared in There Goes the Bride (Liz Essendine) and Calendar Girls.  Other credits include Italian American Reconciliation with Little Lake Theatre and The Best Man with Baldwin Players.
Melanie Schneiderman as Gloria
Melanie is making her third appearance with the Bobcat Players. Previous roles include Almost Maine (Sandrine) and Present Laughter (Daphne Stillington).  Additional credits include Fiddler on the Roof, The Sound of Music, and South Pacific.  Melanie is a nursing student at Robert Morris University.
Keith Zagorski as Bernard
Keith serves as President of The Bobcat Players.  He was most recently on stage in A Fine Bright Day Today (Milton Farnsworth) at Little Lake Theatre and previously The Grand Manner (Guthrie McClintic) also at Little Lake.  Recent Bobcat credits include Moonlight & Magnolias (Ben Hecht), Bedtime Stories (Tommy Quick), and Born Yesterday (Ed Devery).