November 21st – December 31st
When a department store Santa claims he’s the real Kris Kringle, his case gets taken all the way to the Supreme Court and a little girl’s belief makes the difference in the ‘miracle.’ With live Foley effects and a score of holiday carols, Miracle on 34th St. is a beloved musical that will melt even the most cynical of hearts.
Were it a movie, Miracle on 34th Street would be rated G.
Michael J. Hume, Jake Delaney, Jocelyn Smith, and Katie Beck in Miracle on 34th St.
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 bith Chicago and Mamma Mia!. 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.”
Michael is returning to OCT! Prior OCT credits include Dogpark: The Musical, They Came From Way Out There (co-author with Jahnna Beecham and Malcolm Hillgartner), Truman Capote’s Holiday Memories (director), Holmes and Watson Save The Empire (director). Other performance credits include South Coast Rep, Seattle Rep, Portland Center Stage, Folger Shakespeare Theatre, Guthrie Theatre, Kennedy Center, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Marin Shakespeare Festival, Hartford Stage, and twenty-six seasons with Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
Katie returns to the Oregon Cabaret Theatre after appearing in last year’s holiday production of Every Christmas Story Ever Told. Past OCT credits include 9 to 5 (Judy), The 39 Steps (The Women), Winter Wonderettes (Cindy Lou), What A Glorious Feeling (Jeanne Coyne), Let’s Misbehave (Alice), Chicago (Liz). Other regional credits include The All Night Strut, The 39 Steps (SLO REP); Ordinary Days, The Great Gatsby (Oregon Contemporary Theatre); Our Town (Emily), Much Ado About Nothing (Hero)(PCPA). Katie would like to say, “Thank you and much love to her husband, family, and friends that have always supported her.”
Alex returns to the OCT stage after portraying Harry in Mamma Mia!, Dr. Everett Scott in The Rocky Horror Show (2017 – 2019) 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).
Courtney is a native of Phoenix, OR and returns to the OCT team after serving as an understudy in last year’s production of Million Dollar Quartet. Other performance credits include Ghost the Musical (Molly Jensen), Little Women (Jo March), A Chorus Line (Maggie). “Thank you to friends and family for the abundance of love and support! Hey look Ma, I made it!”
Andy is appearing for the first time with OCT. Other regional performance credits include Smoke on the Mountain (Dennis), 42nd Street
Susan (selected dates)
Cameron is making her debut appearance on the OCT stage! She comes to us from Medford, OR. She is a sixth grader at Hedrick Middle School and a member of Turning Point Dance Company. Other regional credits include TMTO’s 2019 production of Pinocchio Jr. (Talia) along with their 2018 production of Aladdin Jr. (Dance Ensemble); Randall Theatre’s production of A Christmas Carol The Musical (Tiny Tim). “Shout out to my family for their love and support!”
Susan (selected dates)
Jocelyn is joining the performance team at OCT for her first time! She comes to us from Central Point, OR. She is a member of the National Honor Society and National Honor Roll as well as being a member of the Junior International Thespian Society. Other regional credits include Shrek The Musical, Jr. (Young Shrek & Young Fiona) as well as The Ugly Duckling at Scenic Middle School where she is a seventh grader.