Pat Kennedy No stranger to the Village, Pat has worn many has over the years in our theatre. From actor to director to techie to Board member and past President. Pat's dedication to the preservation of theatre arts is legendary. In addition to her work at the Village she was instrumental in the development of the Children's Theatre Workshop. Her professional career has been as life long member of the Toledo Public Schools, first as a teacher, then principal, and currently a very active member of the Board of Education. Pat's last productions at the Village include the multi-OCTA-award-winning Sylvia and last season's Black Comedy.
Richard Harrison (Richard) Rich's most recent Village performances include roles in Catch Me If You Can, Working, and Abandoned Houses. He has also done two mystery theatre shows at The Spaghetti Warehouse. Rich has been an Old West End resident for 19 years and enjoys spending time with his 7-year-old & 10-year-old granddaughters.
Ben Lumbrezer (Paul) Ben was last seen on the Village stage as Joey in Conversations With My Father. He has also appeared in Trip to Bountiful, Abandoned Houses, White Liars and The 1940's Radio Hour. Not content to only act, Ben has made his stage managing debut on Bountiful and has been on stage crew & props for many other Village productions.
Angela Metcalf (Rosalind) Angela has been with the Village doing behind- the- scenes work on many shows, including the last two productions. This is only her second appearance on the Village Stage, having last been seen in The Trip to Bountiful. She is currently a student of Education at the University of Toledo. She thanks her parents and everyone who has supported her efforts, especially for all the rides to and from the theatre. She would also like to dedicate this performance to her grandfather, James Metcalf, who joined the angels in heaven not so many weeks ago.
Susan Miller (Eileen) We're delighted Susan is joining us for a second time this season, having appeared as Miss Manley in The Secret Affairs of Mildred Wild. Susan has a Master's degree in counseling and is a counselor in a local crisis center. In a classic case of "life imitates art" Susan is not only portraying a pregnant woman on stage, she and her husband, Todd, are expecting their second child in December. Congratulations, Susan & Todd and we know Jordan will be a wonderful big brother!
Jean Mills (Charlotte) Jean is an OCTA award-winner (Sylvia) Village Player with an impressive resume of characters played. This season Jean has played the lead in The Secret Affairs of Mildred Wild and Fraulein Schneider in Cabaret. Jean is a teacher and Chair of the Learning Disabilities Department at Maumee High School.
Nathan Murphy (Howard) One year removed, Nathan is thrilled to be back at the Village after playing Frank in White Liars. previously, he was George Gibbs in Our Town with the Mariemont Players in Cincinnati. While at Heidelberg College he also had supporting roles in The Foreigner and Streetcar named Desire. Nathan is in management with Enterprise Car Rental and asks that everyone remember silently the people affected by the storms and catastrophe that swept through Cincinnati last month.
Maureen O'Malley (Ethel) Returning to the stage after a long absence, Maureen is delighted to be back. She has worked in other areas, though, chained to a sewing machine in the basement making costumes, moving on to props and the lobby. Besides the Village Players, Maureen has appeared with The Toledo Repertoire Theatre, Cathedral Players and Child and Family Services in Odd Couple, Plaza Suite, Potting Shed, Everything in the Garden and Seven Keys to Ballplate among others. She has also made TV commercials and industrial films.
Don Weber (George) An OCTA award winning actor, Don has performed with numerous theatre companies in the area over the past 30 years including The Village, The Toledo Repertoire Theatre, The Croswell Opera House and the former Westgate Dinner Theatre. Among his favorite roles Don lists "Pseudolous" in A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, Snoopy in You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, Oscar in The Odd Couple and Dr. Lyman Hall in 1776. Don is a television director in his other life and his hobbies include sailing and attempting to take up the game of golf. Don would like to acknowledge his wife, Kathie, and daughter Ellison, for their love, support, and tolerance of his theatrical pursuits.
Last Modified: 09/16/12