November 19th – December 31st, 2020
Veterans Bob Wallace and Phil Davis have a successful song-and-dance act after World War II. With romance in mind, the two follow a duo of beautiful singing sisters en route to their Christmas show at a Vermont lodge, which just happens to be owned by Bob and Phil’s former Army commander, who is in desperate need of help with his struggling lodge.
The dazzling score features well known Irving Berlin standards including Blue Skies, I Love A Piano, How Deep Is the Ocean and the perennial favorite, White Christmas.
Were it movie, would be rated would be rated PG.
$43 A Level Seating / $39 B Level Seating / $29 C Level Seating
All matinees start at 1 pm and all evening shows start at 8pm
Galloway was last seen on the OCT stage as the title role in Sweeney Todd. Other OCT credits include Sagot in Picasso At The Lapin Agile, Sam Phillips in Million Dollar Quartet, The Emcee in Cabaret, Franklin Hart, Jr. in 9 to 5, Billy Flynn in Chicago, Adolpho in The Drowsy Chaperone. Galloway has also directed OCT’s past productions of Avenue Q and Miracle On 34th Street – A Radio Play. Other regional performance credits include Don Quixote in The Man of La Mancha (Harlequin Productions); Jud Fry in Oklahoma! (Pacific Conservatory Theatre); Gomez Addams in The Addams Family (Temple Theatre Company). Other regional directing credits include Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats (Lees-McRae Summer); The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, The Andrews Brothers, and A Christmas Carol (Prather Entertainment); Grease, Ring of Fire, and South Pacific (Jenny Wiley Theatre). Instagram @thegallo_way.
Blaire is performing with OCT for the first time and is a native of Houston, TX but has spent the last decade in New York City. National Tour credits include Beauty and the Beast and Bullets Over Broadway. Other recent regional credits include Mimi in A Comedy of Tenors, Nina in A Day in Hollywood… (Greenbrier Valley Theatre); Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls (Prather Productions); Morticia in The Addams Family (Jenny Wiley Theatre). Blaire received her BFA in Musical Theatre from University of Arizona. “This one’s for Rosemary.” www.blairebaker.com.
Tim returns to the OCT stage after years in New York City. He was last seen in the 2015 production of Backwards In High Heels. National Tour credits include Something Rotten (Ensemble and US Nigel) and 42nd Street (Swing). Other regional credits include An American In Paris at Westchester Broadway Theatre (Ensemble); Newsies at PCPA (Davey); Cats for Royal Caribbean (Mungojerrie). Tim received his BA Musical Theater from SUNY CORTLAND. “Love and thanks to friends and family who support him, Dave and Jeremy at Daniel Hoff, Sierra.” Website: timfuchs282.com, Instagram: @givesnofuchs
Sierra is returning to the OCT stage! Prior OCT credits include Lulu/Sally Bowles Understudy – Cabaret, Bad Idea Bear/Mrs. T. – Avenue Q, Suzanne/Countess/Admirer – Picasso at the Lapine Agile. Other regional credits include National Tour: Calliope – Ken Ludwig’s ’Twas The Night Before Christmas; PCPA: Laura – Glass Menagerie, Ophelia – Hamlet, Marianne – Sense & Sensibility; The Great American Melodrama: Meg – Leading Ladies, Rosemary – Bullshot Crummond. “All of my love and gratitude to Tim, Mom & Dad, and the boys.” www.sierrakatewells.com
John returns to Oregon Cabaret Theatre after last being seen as Selsdon in Noises Off! Other OCT credits include Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, Flint in Something’s Afoot, as well as Woody Guthrie’s American Song, Pump Boys & Dinettes, Working, What A Glorious Feeling, The Daly News, and Ring of Fire. Other regional credits include Dr. Feldman in Duet For One (Next Stage Repertory); Bardolph in The Merry Wives of Windsor, Eglamour in The Two Gentlemen of Verona, White Man in The House of Blue Leaves (Oregon Shakespeare Festival).
Gretchen is returning to the Oregon Cabaret stage after appearing as the titular role of 2017’s The Drowsy Chaperone. Other OCT credits include Ann Landers in Lady With All The Answers, Mehitabel in Archy & Mehitabel, Rhetta in Pump Boys & Dinettes. Other regional credits include Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd (Portland Center Stage); Lucy Brown in Three Penny Opera (Oregon Shakespeare Festival; Dot/Marie in Sunday In The Park With George (Seattle Civic Light Opera); Guest Artist appearing as Mama Rose in Gypsy (Boise State University). Gretchen received training from both American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, CA and Pacific Conservatory Theatre of the Performing Arts in Santa Maria, CA.
Previous OCT credits include Beehive (Director), Once (Co-Director), Assistant Director for Sweeney Todd, Mamma Mia, Noises Off, and Ring of Fire. Costume Designer for Miracle on 34th Street, Sign of the Four, Every Christmas Story Ever Told, Avenue Q, and Once. Other regional credits include serving as Director for Fun Home (Nevada Conservatory Theatre), Tuck Everlasting (Collaborative Theatre Project) which won best local play in Medford’s Sneak Preview, and Peter and the Starcatcher (Morgan-Wixson Theatre). Other regional performances include Francesca in The Bridges of Madison County (Collaborative Theatre Project); Anna #3/ Young Maria in Lend Me a Tenor the Musical (Collaborative Theatre Project); Brooke Wyndham in Legally Blonde (Morgan-Wixson Theatre); Ulla in The Producers (Morgan-Wixson Theatre). www.laurenblaircreative.com
Alex is returning to the Oregon Cabaret stage. Prior OCT credits include Wallace Ainsley in Miracle on 34th Street, Dr Everett Scott/Eddie in Rocky Horror 2019, Dr Everett Scott in Rocky Horror 2018 and 2017, Harry in Mamma Mia!, Brian in Avenue Q. Other regional credits include Robert Kincaid in Bridges of Madison County, Angus Tuck in Tuck Everlasting, Jack in Leading Ladies (Collaborative Theatre Project); Guildenstern in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Ransome Foster in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (Camelot Theatre); Professor Bhaer in Little Women (Randall Theatre); Dr. Madden in Next to Normal (Next Stage). He has also served as Co-Director of Little Women (Randall Theatre). Alex would like to thank his wife “for everything because nothing would be possible without her.”
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Caitlyn is returning to OCT after appearing as a dancer in 2019’s Mamma Mia! She is originally from the Rogue Valley but is most recently coming to us from Costa Mesa, CA. Other regional credits include Rosie in Cabaret (Sierra Repertory Theatre), 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.”
Leah returns to Oregon Cabaret Theatre. Prior OCT credits include The Rocky Horror Show (Columbia-2019, Eddie-2018), Ensemble in She Loves Me, Belinda in Noises Off!, and Fritzie/Fraulein Kost in Cabaret. Other regional credits include The Sound of Music, West Side Story (Pacific Conservatory Theatre); Guys & Dolls (Sacramento Repertory Theatre); Three Musketeers, Frankenstein’s Bride (The Great American Melodrama). Leah holds a BFA from Theatre University of Rhode Island. “Love to my family for their endless love and support.”
Shannon is making her first appearance on the Oregon Cabaret stage. She is a native of Modesto, CA but has been in the Rogue Valley for the past three years. Other regional credits include Emily in Our Town, Princess/Ensemble in Snow Queen (Collaborative Theatre Project); Jolene/Ensemble, and Christine Understudy in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Camelot Theatre). She has also served as Choreographer for Thoroughly Modern Millie at Phoenix High School. Shannon is a Performing Arts Academy graduate of Modesto High School, and studied at Southern Oregon University. “Much love to my parents for their continuous love and support.”
Galen is returning to Oregon Cabaret Theatre. Previous OCT credits include John Watson, Sign of the Four & Baskerville; Anthony, Sweeney Todd; Brad Majors, Rocky Horror; Bobby Martin, Double Trouble; Harold, S’Wonderful; Chip, Ali Baba. Other regional credits include PCPA: Mrs. Bumbrake/Teacher, Peter and the Starcatcher; Paco (u/s Don Quixote), Man of La Mancha; Quartet/Ensemble (u/s Pickering), My Fair Lady; Ensemble, Christmas is Here Again. The Marriott Theatre: Nathan Anderson, Shenandoah. The Shedd Institute: Tom Trainor, No No Nanette; Dick Trevor, Lady Be Good; Marcellus Washburn, The Music Man. Central Coast Shakespeare: Mercutio, Romeo & Juliet. Metropolis Theatre: Leonard Aster, Peter and the Starcatcher. Sierra Repertory Theatre: Superintendent, The Drowsy Chaperone. Camelot Theatre: Billy Lawlor; 42nd Street; Cain/Japheth, Children of Eden. Love always to Madeline, Mom and friends/family!
Rodrigo is making his first appearance with Oregon Cabaret Theatre. He is originally from Santos/SP, Brazil but has been living in Los Angeles, CA for the past eight years. Other tour credits include Peter Pan – Saudi Arabia as Cecco (McCoy Rigby Entertainment); regional credits include Mamma Mia!, Shrek and 42nd Street (3-D Theatricals), West Side Story and Legally Blonde (Candlelight Pavilion), Singin’ In The Rain, In The Heights and White Christmas (Musical Theatre West), Children Of Eden and The Hunchback Of Notre Dame (5-star Theatricals), Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown (Musical Theatre Guild) and Empire, Cabaret, 1776 and Singin’ In The Rain (McCoy Rigby Entertainment). Rodrigo “cannot wait to spread the Christmas spirit this season.”
Director – Valerie Rachelle
Choreographer – Katie Wackowski
Musical Director – Karl Iverson
Assistant Director – Paul Michael Garcia
Scenic Designer – Joe Klug^
Lighting Designer – Michael Stanfill^
Costume Designer – Kristie Mattson
Assistant Costume Designer – Moss Royer
Sound Designer – Kimberly Carbone
Prop Designer – James Paul Xavier
Technical Director – Drew Bangs
Production/Stage Manager – Julie Bangs*