Season Special

Thursday, September 20 @ 7:30 P.M.

Friday, September 21 @ 7:30 P.M.

Saturday, September 22 @ 7:30 P.M.

Sunday, September 23 @ 3:00 P.M.

Joshua Antoon - Director
Joshua is making his mainstage directorial debut with The Bobcat Players with The Drawer Boy.  He previously directed winter outreach one-act plays.  Acting credits include Peter and the Starcatcher (Alfie) with Comtra Theatre; The Crucible (Rev. John Hale) with Little Lake Theatre, and The Boys Next Door (Norman Bulansky) with The Bobcat Players.  Josh is a member of The Bobcat Players board and stage management coordinator.  He is a social worker at McGuire Memorial Home in New Brighton.
Valerie Boyce - Assistant Director
Valerie returns to The Bobcat Players after the spring 2018 production of Something to Hide (Stella). Additional directorial credits include Fuddy Meers (assistant director) with R-ACT Theatre Productions.  Acting credits include Decision Height (Carol) and Boeing Boeing (Gabriella) with the Bobcat Players.  Valerie is a community home program specialist for McGuire Memorial.
Cast:
Tom Bickert as Morgan
Tom is returning to the Bobcat stage after the 2016 production of 12 Angry Men (Juror No. 4).  Other credits include The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Chairman) with Center Theatre Players and Beer for Breakfast (T.J.) with Red Barn Players.  Tom is the Editorial Page/Investigative Editor at The Beaver County Times.
Ryan Wagner as Miles
Ryan is joining the Bobcat stage this season.  Credits include Romeo and Juliet (Romeo) at Robert Morris University and Peter and the Starcatcher (Peter) and The Little Mermaid (Scuttle) both with Comtra Theatre.  Ryan is a professor at Strayer University.
Keith Zagorski as Angus
Keith is returning to the Bobcat stage after appearing in the 2017 production of A Very Oblonski Valentine.  Keith is the president of The Bobcat Players and the director of transportation for WESCO Distribution, Inc. Stage credits include Harvey (Elwood P. Dowd) and Old Love (Bud Mitchell) both with The Bobcat Players and A Fine Bright Day Today (Milton Farnsworth) with Little Lake Theatre. Directorial credits include The Bobcat Players 2018 production of Something to Hide.