TRACY CALLAHAN (Sister Aloysius Beauvier) Tracy is excited to be back “On the boards” having taken time off from acting to pursue her directing and teaching. Some of her directing credits include Venus and Fur, Mockingbird, Romeo and Juliet, Six Years, Under Construction, Macbeth and Charm. Tracy has been the Head of the Acting and Directing Program at Weber State University for the last 20 years where she has directed more than 35 productions.
She attended Catholic schools for twelve years!
ROGER DUNBAR (Father Brendan Flynn) his is Roger’s second production with Utah Repertory, previously appearing as Antonio Salieri in “Amadeus” last season. Past productions in the valley include “Art,” “The Comedy of Errors,” “Boeing Boeing,” “Betrayal” (Pinnacle Acting Company), “Hedda Gabler,” “The Winter’s Tale,” “Waiting for Godot” (Sting & Honey), “The Philadelphia Story” (Pioneer), and “The 39 Steps” (Sandy Arts). Other favorite roles include Elwood P. Dowd in “Harvey” (Neil Simon Festival), Don Quixote in “Man of La Mancha,” and Harold Hill in “The Music Man” (St. George Musical Theater).
CYLIE JANIECE (Sister James) Cylie obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Oklahoma Baptist University. Since graduation, she has been involved in many productions through out Utah. After being the Costume Mistress for “Bonnie & Clyde,” Cylie joined the board as the Box Office Manager. Recently, Cylie has accepted a position on the executive board of Utah Rep as the Operations Director. While this is her first appearance on stage with Utah Rep, Cylie continues to assist in Stage Management, Costumes, and Producing.
DEE-DEE DARBY-DUFFIN (Mrs. Muller) Having just completed her sold out tribute concert… “And I’m Feeling Good a tribute to Etta and Nina,” Dee-Dee is delighted to return to acting with this magnificent piece of theater and stellar cast. Dee-Dee last performance with Utah Rep was as Susan in “[title of show].” Past credits include the “Backstage Concert Series-To Billie and Ella with Love.” “Mama” 2015 Best of Utah Arts award, “Nothing Personal,” “The Third Crossing” winner of the 2012 Arty Award for Best Local Production, “Slam 2012” (Plan B). Grand Theater “Messiah,” “Crowns,” “1940’s Radio Hour,” “You Can’t Take It With You.” Pygmalion Theater Company’s “Women of Lockerbie,” “Lady Day at Emerson Bar and Grill,” “Well.” Good Company Theatre’s “Holiday Time with The Odette’s,” “Fences,” “Vagina Monologues.” People Productions “For Colored Girls who Have Committed Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf,” “The Exonerated.” Salt Lake Acting Company “The Overwhelming,” “Saturdays Voyeur.” CenterPoint Theater “Hairspray,” “Civil War,” “Annie,” “Big River.” Tsephange part of the Sundance Lab Workshop. Directing credits include “A Sea Inside of Me,” “The Life of Jason Smith” and lots of theater coaching to elementary school children. Fearless is the mantra for 2016.
JC CARTER (Director) JC has been directing and producing theatrical productions around Utah for more than 20 years. His most notable directing credits include: Amadeus and Grace, for Utah Rep; Twelve Angry Men for Sugar Factory Playhouse; True West, The Taming of the Shrew, and The Spitfire Grill for Wasatch Theatre Company; and Bob Juan Casanova and Picasso at the Lapin Agile for Around the Globe Theatre Company. In addition to directing, JC is also part of the Utah Rep Artistic Board and runs the backstageutah.com website. He would like to thank his wife and family for their constant love and support.
DALLON D THORUP (Stage Manager) Dallon is excited to be working on his third production with Utah Repertory Theater Company. Dallon was last seen in Carrie the Musical, and is thrilled to be working on the Production team. Dallon is not a familiar face to this side of the theatre, and definitely has a newfound respect for everyone involved on a production crew. He would like to congratulate and thank this cast for all of their hard work, thank the crew for being so helpful and understanding, and JC Carter for being so understanding with me also being a stage hand with another theatre, and rehearsing a lead role with a third theatre all while working on Doubt. “It’s been quite the stressful journey, but I wouldn’t trade it for anything.”
Nancy Cannon (Costume Design)
Geoffrey Gregory (Lighting Design)
Cara Pomeroy (Set Design)
Kira Carey (Dramaturg)