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June 6th - August 18th

The Story

This smash hit musical, featuring the music of ABBA, tells the story of a daughter's quest to discover the identity of her father on the eve of her wedding. She brings three men from her mother's past back to the island they had last visited 20 years ago. “Dancing Queen," "The Winner Takes It All," "Money, Money, Money" and "Take a Chance on Me" are all featured in this feel good night of fun and laughter.

The Music

Featuring music by ABBA, including "Dancing Queen", "The Winner Takes It All", "Money, Money, Money", and "Take a Chance on Me".


Were it a movie, Mamma Mia! would be rated PG-13.

Critical Praise for Mamma Mia! 

Mamma Mia!” is pure fun, a celebration of ’70s liberation and ABBA music. With a cast of more than 15, it’s hard to acknowledge all the “Mamma Mia!” talent that filled the Oregon Cabaret stage. The entire cast has superb vocal ability and gifts for dance.

Maureen Flanagan Battistella

Medford Mail Tribune

Director and choreographer Valerie Rachelle delivers a show filled with giddy conviction, suggestive humor and nostalgic fun. The triple-song curtain call literally had theatergoers dancing in the aisles. Take a chance on "Mamma Mia!"

Kathleen Alaks

Grants Pass Daily Courier

If you have any inkling at all that you want to go see Mamma Mia! at Oregon Cabaret Theatre (and you almost certainly do), then go right now and buy your tickets. Don’t even wait to finish this review. It’s hilarious, exciting, beautiful to watch and listen to... a wonderfully refreshing treat for the summer.

Paul Cosca

The talent is extraordinary and the service and staff are very attentive. The last show was good enough to have seen on Broadway in NYC.

Gary P on TripAdvisor

Praise for Mamma Mia! from Facebook 

"The show is FANTASTIC!"


"This was an amazing show. Thank you!"

"I loved this! So funny, high energy. The cast is fabulous. I highly recommend this!

"Get your tickets before it’s too late… And see it more than once!"

"Yes! Loved it!"

"The scene with the guys in the flippers! Our table we’re absolutely crying from laughing so hard."

Loved It#!

"This was an amazing show. I just loved it!!"

"We had so much Fun. I was there with 14 friends. There’s no better way to spend time than laughing and singing along. Thanks!"

Cabaret's production of Mamma Mia is one of the BEST shows we have seen in years!! Thank you to the actors for the wonderful performance!

Lola Olson on Google Reviews

It was awesome. Beautiful voices, lots of energy!

Margaret Pettibone on Google Reviews

Meet the Cast

Amy Bodnar*

Amy Bodnar*


Amy comes to us from New York City and is making her OCT debut. BROADWAY: Oklahoma! (Laurey), original Broadway company of Ragtime  (Evelyn Nesbit performed as understudy); NATIONAL and CANADIAN TOURS: White Christmas (Betty Haynes), The Scarlet Pimpernel (Marguerite), Sunset Boulevard (Betty Schaefer performed as understudy), Martin Guerre; OFF BROADWAY: world premiere of What We Wanted  (Sally), NY premiere of The Realm (Laura), Mr. Confidential NYMF (Jeannie), world premiere of Sessions (Leila); Favorite regional: Outside Mullingar Pioneer Theater (Rosemary), Other Desert Cities New Harmony Theater (Brooke), Steel Magnolias Cape Playhouse (Truvy), God of Carnage Portland Stage (Annette), Gypsy Broadway Sacramento (Cratchit and Tessie). 

Tiffany Cooper*

Tiffany Cooper*


Tiffany is a Broadway and film singer, actress, dancer, executive public speaker coach and arts educator whose career spans over 32 years in the entertainment industry. She has been on Broadway, national tours, film, television, commercials, world tours, regional theaters, voice-overs, recordings, concerts, and cruise ships. Her theater credits include Fences, Guys and Dolls, Clybourne Park, Bombay Dreams, Porgy and Bess, Tempest, When Shakespeare's Ladies Meet, South Pacific, Buddy Holly Show, In the Next Room or Vibrator Play,and Grease Das Musical. She holds a BS in Speech, Theater and Dance from Murray State University.

Rebecca Campbell

Rebecca Campbell


Rebecca is making her first appearance on the OCT stage after serving as understudy for Dottie in the 2017 production of Noises Off. Other regional credits include Marmee March in Little Women (Randall Theatre Company); Snow Queen in Snow Queen (Collaborative Theatre Project); Svetlana in Chess (Livia Genise Productions); Harod in Jesus Christ Superstar, Nikki in Sweet Charity, Eva Peron in Evita (Camelot Theatre Company). Rebecca would like to “thank her family for all their encouragement and continued support.”

Tony Carter

Tony Carter


Tony returns to the OCT stage after past performances as Bill in Musical of Musicals, Rocky in Rocky Horror (2016 & 2017), Rick Taylor in Bat Boy, Brent Hayes in Pine Mountain Lodge, Sir Henry in Baskerville, and Kodaly in She Loves Me. Other performance credits include Utah Shakespeare Festival, PCPA: Pacific Conservatory Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Drury Lane Theatre Oakbrook, and Utah Festival Opera. “Special love to the city of Ashland that feels like a second home!” You can follow Tony on Instagram @tonyscarter.

Wesley Carpenter

Wesley Carpenter


Originally from Montgomery, AL, Wesley has appeared as Sandy in Grease aboard Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas and Independence of the Seas, Penny in Hairspray at the McLeod Summer Playhouse, and Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors at Highlands Playhouse. Wesley will always be so grateful to her professors at Belmont University, especially her voice teacher Nancy Allen, for pushing her towards excellence and success. She also has the utmost appreciation for the patience and support of her parents John and Diane, along with the rest of her family, as she continues to strive for success in her career.

Tim Fullerton

Tim Fullerton


Tim is appearing for the first time at OCT and comes to us from Saratoga, CA. Other performance credits include Henry IV pt. 1, Les Blanc, As You Like It, Nora, Cymbeline, Timon of Athens (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Macbeth and The Mikado (Utah Shakespeare Festival), Othello and The Winter’s Tale (Shakespeare Santa Cruz), Mamma Mia, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Newsies, Julius Caesar, Pirates of Penzance, Man of La Mancha (PCPA), Three Musketeers The Musical and Victor/Victoria (American Musical Theatre), A Christmas Carol and ReUnion (Fords Theatre), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (San Jose Stage). “Thank you to Livvy and Anthony for all the love and support.”

Lucas Blair

Lucas Blair


Lucas returns to the OCT stage after his feature performances in 2017’s The All Night Strut and The Drowsy Chaperone. Other OCT credits include Danny in Pine Mountain Lodge; Pan, Daisy, Bud in Bat Boy; Riff Raff in The Rocky Horror Show; Dick in Dames At Sea. Other notable shows include Memphis, White Christmas, Guys & Dolls, Oklahoma, My Fair Lady, Spamalot, Cyrano De Bergerac, and West Side Story. “Thank you for supporting the performing arts.”; Instagram: @lucas_blair

Paul Michael Garcia

Paul Michael Garcia


Paul is returning to the Oregon Cabaret. Previous OCT credits include Schmendiman in Picasso At The Lapin Agile, Garry in Noises Off and Cliff Bradshaw in the musical Cabaret. Other performance credits include Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Richard III, King Lear, Tempest, Romeo & Juliet, Twelfth Night. Paul Michael also has recorded over 200 audio books and is an eight time AudioFile Earphones award winner. “I wouldn’t know ABBA’s music if it weren’t for my Mom singing it so beautifully in the car. Thanks, Mom!”

Shae Celine

Shae Celine


Shae was born and raised in Ashland, OR and returns to the OCT stage after appearing as Patty in Beehive and as Susie in both The Wonderettes and The Winter Wonderettes. She studied at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.

Alex Boyles

Alex Boyles


Alex returns to the OCT stage after portraying Dr. Everett Scott in The Rocky Horror Show (2017) and Brian in Avenue Q. Other performance credits include Guildenstern in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Ransome Foster in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, Adam in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged, George in La Cage Aux Folles (Camelot); Doctor Madden in Next to Normal (Next Stage); Angus Tuck in Tuck Everlasting, Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living In Paris, Jack in Leading Ladies (Collaborative Theatre Project); Professor Bhaer in Little Women (Randall).

Lea Sevola

Lea Sevola


Lea is making her debut appearance with OCT. She is originally from Randolph, NJ but currently resides in NYC. Other performance credits include USO Show Troupe performer at USO of Metropolitan New York (performing nationally); Calliope/Aphrodite/others in Xanadu at The Hangar Theatre, Ithaca NY; Catherine in A View from the Bridge at Hope Summer Repertory Theatre, Holland MI; originated the role of Sarah in the workshop of new musical Present Perfect at Live & In Color, Salem CT; Meg March in Little Women at Ithaca College, Ithaca NY. Thanks to Mom, Dad, Kara, and CJ for their constant love, support, and laughter., @leasevola

Adam Biner

Adam Biner


Adam is making his first appearance on the OCT stage after serving as assistant director for the 2016 production of The Rocky Horror Show. NYC credits include: Off-Broadway: GEEKS!; NYMF: Midnight Madness; Regional: Finch in How To Succeed ..., Peter Pan in Peter Pan and Frank in Show Boat (Utah Festival), Bill Calhoun in Kiss Me Kate (The Show Palace / NJPAC), Carousel (Paper Mill Playhouse), A Christmas Carol (Alhambra Theatre), The Glass Menagerie, Fiddler On the Roof, A Chorus Line, White Christmas, Smokey Joe's Cafe, 1776 and more. @adamtbiner

Jake Delaney*

Jake Delaney*


Jake is returning to OCT after appearing as Robert Martin in The Drowsy Chaperone, Joe/Dwayne in 9 to 5, and a featured dancer in Chicago. Other performance credits include national tours of The Addams Family, Fiddler On The Roof, and ‘S Wonderful as well as regional productions including Bobby Child in Crazy For You, Don Lockwood in Singing In The Rain, Bert in Mary Poppins, Bob Wallace in White Christmas, Billy Bigelow in Carousel. “Thanks to Galloway for being a constant example in the power and magic of believing.”

Caitlyn Rae Campbell

Caitlyn Rae Campbell


Caitlyn is originally from the Rogue Valley but has been living in Salt Lake City for the past four years. Amy in Company, Acolyte in Chess, Angel/Apostle in an all female production of Jesus Christ Superstar (The University of Utah). Penelope in Jungle Rhythm and Girl in Bed in Frightmares: Into the Dark (Lagoon Entertainment). Ensemble in La Boheme (Westminster College). Sally Bowles in Cabaret directed by Jeremy Johnson (Ashland High School). Recently graduated from the musical theatre program at University of Utah with her Bachelors in Fine Arts, May 2019. “All my love to mom and dad, Aubs, Jakes and Dom.”

The Team

Production Staff:

Director/Choreographer: Valerie Rachelle
Assistant Director: Lauren Blair
Assistant Choreographer: Lucas Blair
Dance Captain: Jake Delaney
Musical Director/Tracks: Karl Iverson
Stage Manager: Julie Bangs
Assistant Stage Manager: Isabelle Cervantes
Set Design: Joe Klug^
Costume Design: La Beene
Assistant Costume Design: Makayla Royer
Lighting Design: Katie Gruenhagen
Prop Design: Drew Bangs
Sound Design/Engineer: Kimberly Carbone
Technical Director: Christopher Burkhardt
Production Manager: Julie Bangs
Wardrobe: Mel Lamore

Additional Cast

Harlan Ward, Grant Luecke, Rayn Harris, Eric Solis, Carlos Zenin-Trujillo, Karina Ward, more TBD

Additional Voices

Mattie Easdale, Gracie Jurczyk, Jake Delaney, Galloway Stevens, Chris Hamby, Nathan Monks, Karl Iverson, Carrie Brandon, Alex Boyles, Valerie Rachelle


Donna: Lauren Blair
Rosie/Tanya: Rose Passione
Sam: Alex Boyles
Harry/Bill: Justin Waggle
Sophie: Shae Celine
Sky: Adam Biner
Lisa/Ali/Female Swing: Aubrey Campbell
Pepper/Eddie: Jake Delaney
Male Swing: Zaq Wentworth