After many shows teching for Tom’s radio productions, Jason Sakal is excited to be finally speaking in this one! A veteran of Meadville stages, he’s excited to be back on the MCT stage following his performance in last year’s Rope. It’s an honor to work with so many talented people.
Kelly Perrett has been writing, acting and directing for over 25 years in various church performances. She returns to MCT previously portraying Lady Catherine in Pride and Prejudice and performing in Cocktails with Mr. Volstead. It’s A Wonderful Life is a great reminder to appreciate what you have and “is something I strive to do every day!”
Scarlett Shepard has been performing in theater and music since she was in grad school. Her passion is to make people smile and laugh with her impressions.
Alicia Greathouse is a big fan of “It’s A Wonderful Life.” Of the show she says, “I auditioned because “It’s A Wonderful Life” has always been one of my favorite Christmas movies. It is timeless and classic. It is a reminder that we do not know the impact that we truly have on each other. You see Mary go through such a change throughout the years and you see the impact that George had on her life and the impact that she had on his. This radio show production is such a unique way to experience this story in a way that our audience may not have before.”
Adam Leute is no stranger to the stage. Having parents that fostered his talents, Adam grew up performing until this very day. You can find Adam anywhere there is a stage doing what he loves.
Geoff is again gracing the MCT with his presence. An acclaimed and celebrated actor and director with many years of experience he again takes the stage to the delight of his tens of fans. His next project will be co directing “The Wind in the Willows” continuing the tradition of youth theater at the MCT. He is a veteran of the stage, a talented performer, a gifted director, and clearly had nothing to do with writing this bio.
Glenn Holland has over the years performed on stage, in film, on television, and on radio, to little to no acclaim.
Hilletje Moller Bashew born and raised in Bloemfontein South Africa, obtained her BA in Drama and Theatre Arts (minoring in Violin Performance) from the University of the Free State, South Africa. She continued her studies in the performing arts on a scholarship at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York City as well as Fairfield University in Connecticut. Hilletje continues to perform in South Africa on a regular basis and enjoys running her business CreativityRocks (empowering people to connect with their own creativity) both on US and South African soil.