All three of our Wednesday night teams are taking the stage one final time in a jam-packed three-headed show! These teams were cast in May 2016 and have been performing since August 2016. PHIT’s Wednesday Night is the perfect way to get over the mid-week hump!
ABOUT THE ACTS (listed alphabetically)
Hackett Park is Samantha Auman, Andrew Coppola, Gina Gennari, Geoff Hartmann, Courtney Painter, Adam Steiger, Cecilia Watson, and Randie Welles. Hackett Park is directed by Hunter Steffes.
Metropolis is Christopher Esperance, Christopher Gory, Tom Hannigan, Derrick Houck, Meredith McDonald, Cara McGuffin, Angelina Meehan, Emma Needleman, and Jimmy Wyatt. Metropolis is directed by Erin Pitts.
Emma Needleman shared, “Will Hines has a section in his book about improvisation where he says, “To be a great improvisor, be a great person. It’s as simple (and as difficult) as that.” For me, Metropolis embodies that principle. When I think about the things I admire about these people as performers, they always come back to what I admire about them as people: how supportive and kind and strong and open-minded they are. When I think about the things I admire about these people as performers, they always come back to what I admire about them as people: how supportive and kind and strong and open-minded they are.”
Meredith McDonald shared, “I will miss Angelina going all out, Cara’s emotional reactions, Derrick’s insane characters, Emma’s smarts, Erin’s facial expressions, Espy’s bizarre details, Gory’s creative tags/walk ons, Jimmy’s buttons, and Tom’s suprises!”
PG-13 is AJ de Leon, Nick Elmer, Matt Garren, Casey Hogan, Stacie Lyons, and Nicole Sardella. PG-13 is directed by David Donnella.
Stacie Lyons said, “We love the genuine team atmosphere we’ve created and sustained. We will miss each other most. A big, big thanks to everyone who’s come see us be silly and weird this past year, and a special thanks to Metropolis and Hackett Park for being our very supportive and fun sister teams. We love you all!”