Sunday, March 20, 2016

Too Much, Too Much, Too Many: Meet the Cast

Felix Abidor (Pastor Hidge) is a recent arrival in the Bay Area. He came here for college and intends to stay for quite some time, thank you very much. This is his first production with Dragon and he is thrilled at the opportunity to perform for you!

Kelly Battcher (Emma) is thrilled to be joining the Dragon family for this beautiful show!  Locally, she has performed with Santa Clara Players (Claire in Proof), Actors Theatre (Margaret Glass in Happy Birthday, Brian Glass), Walking Sideways Theatre Company (Bette in The Marriage of Bette and Boo), and she recently did voice-over work for SJCC's production of Love and Information.  Kelly earned her degree in theatre and stage management from University of the Pacific and has worked behind the scenes for San Jose Rep, Center Rep, and CMTSJ. Thank you to the cast and production team of TM3 for this incredible experience, and big hugs to my family for their endless love and support!

Mary Price Moore (Rose) was last seen at Dragon Productions Theatre of The Columnist as Susan Mary Alsop. Other Bay Area roles include: Veta Louise in Harvey at Palo Alto Players, Julia in Lend Me a Tenor at the Hillbarn Theatre, Berthe in Boeing Boeing at Palo Alto Players, Jeanette in The Quality of Life for The Pear Theatre, Mama in Distracted at Portola Valley Conservatory Theatre, M’Lynn in Steel Magnolias at the Hillbarn Theatre, City Her in The Gifts of the Magi at the Douglas Morrisson Theatre, Arlene in Baby at Pacifica Spindrift Theatre and Rose in The Secret Garden at Los Altos Stage Company. In addition to theatre, Mary enjoys working on-camera in television and film and was recently spotted on the red carpet at the Tribeca Film Festival for the film BARE (2015).

W. Scott Whisler (James) W. Scott Whisler’s recent roles include King Arthur in Spamalot, Joe Boyd in Damn Yankees, Elwood P. Dowd in Harvey, and Sigmund Freud in Freud’s Last Session. In a previous century he played Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar, Koko in The Mikado, and Austin in True West. His directing credits include The Beaux’ Stratagem, Talley’s Folly, and Pippin. Scott was a founding faculty member of the Idyllwild Arts Academy, and designed scenery and lights in London, Monte Carlo, and even Oklahoma City. He is currently the Executive Director of Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts.

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