A Hotel On Marvin Gardens Creative Team
Amber has worked with several area theaters both on and off stage. She is delighted to work with this supremely talented group of folks regardless of the uniquely complex circumstances. She prefers St. Charles Place and the railroads. Woodjie, Woodjie and tuna melts for all!
Stage ManagerNancy McMahon
Nancy is happy to be involved on this project with some “long time friends” and some brand-new ones. Her relationship with CAT goes back as far as 1982 with You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, as the Music Director. You will more often find her on stage at the Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen, working with the Center or with HTC. She has performed in shows ranging from Mame, to Curtains, to The Senator’s Wife, Ring of Fire to The Melody Lingers On. Thanks to this team for all the hard work. Have fun and enjoy the show!
After retiring, Jim Scott briefly tried acting, and soon realized that doing props was his real love. Previous prop successes include a breakable paperclip sculpture for The Joshua Bush, a wind chime "made from petrified Indian toenails" for Leaving Iowa, a replica Edison cylinder phonograph, and hundreds of fake banana peels for Don't Cry for Me Margaret Mitchell. Jim thanks his family for their support when he disappears into the workshop.
Costumes and ASMJenn Fisher
This is Jenn's second production with Chamberlayne Actors Theatre. After almost a 20-year absence from the Theatre, She is ecstatic and beyond thankful to be involved once again. This is her first attempt with Costume Design and Assistant Stage Management. It’s been a great learning experience for me, not to mention, just a tremendous amount of fun! Thank you to Producers and other production staff for all your assistance and knowledge along the way!