by Matthew Lopez

The Legend of Georgia McBride

FEB 3-19
Ivy Tech Waldron Auditorium

Artists

CREATIVE & PRODUCTION TEAM
Director
Set Designer
Costume Designer
Lighting Designer
Sound Designer
Master Carpenter
Master Electrician
Props Master
Stage Manager
Joanie Schultz
Jacqueline Penrod
Johna Sewell
Allen Hahn
Thomas Dixon
Steve Wilson
Bridget Williams
Sarah Sandberg
Philip Christiansen
ARTISTS
Casey
Jo
Miss Tracy Mills
Rexy / Jason
Eddie
Will Mobley
Melody Louisdhon
Aaron Holland
Armand Fields
Mike Price

1-fields-armandArmand Fields (Rexy / Jason) is extremely excited and grateful to be making his Cardinal Stage debut in The Legend of Georgia McBride! He was most recently seen in the World Premiere of Philip Dawkins’ Charm (Steppenwolf Theatre/Northlight) in Chicago and the West Coast Premiere at Celebration Theatre in Los Angeles. Other Chicago credits include: Domesticated (u/s) (Steppenwolf Theatre), Balm in Gilead (Griffin Theatre Co.), Princess Mary Demands Your Attention and F***ING Men (Bailiwick Chicago) and Trouble in Mind (Artistic Home). Regional credits: Ragtime and A Christmas Carol (Milwaukee Repertory Theater). TV credits: You Can Do Better (TruTV). Armand is also a graduate of The Second City Conservatory as well as The School at Steppenwolf Theatre. He’s extremely grateful to God, his family, friends and the cast and crew of this production!

 

1-holland-aaronAaron Holland (Miss Tracy Mills) is so excited to make his Cardinal Stage Debut with this FABULOUS cast! Aaron has been performing in Chicagoland for over 12 years, but has been performing throughout the world since he was 3! Recent credits include: Wonderful Town, A Christmas Carol (Goodman Theatre) XANADU!, Hair (American Theater Company), SISTER ACT (Marriott Theater- Lincolnshire), Seussical! (Chicago Shakespeare Theater), The Color Purple (Mercury Theater), Goodnight Moon, Dot & Ziggy (Chicago Children’s Theatre), Passing Strange (Bailiwick Chicago). TV credits include: “Chicago Med” (NBC), “APB” (FOX). Mr. Holland received the Kingsley Colton Award at The Kennedy Center in 2003 and holds a BFA in Theatre- Performance from Virginia Commonwealth University. Call Your Folks. XOXO

 

1-louisdhon-melodyMelody Louisdhon (Jo) is thrilled to be making her Midwest debut here at Cardinal Stage in The Legend of Georgia McBride. She received her training from Eugene Lang College at The New School in NYC and The British American Drama Academy at Oxford University. Her most recent roles were Gail in This Land Was Made at Yale School of Drama and Marva in Mother in Law at Theater for a New City in NYC. A born and raised Miami girl, in her spare time she likes to spend time with her cello, Lois, and listen to music from Haiti, where she is also from.

 

1-mobleywillWill Mobley (Casey) is thrilled to make his Cardinal Stage debut. Chicago credits include: SS! Twelfth Night (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre); Days Like TodayAntony and Cleopatra (Writers Theatre). Regional credits include: The Hound of the BaskervillesA Christmas Carol, Other Desert Cities (Indiana Repertory Theater); Other Desert Cities (Arizona Theatre Company); The Two Gentlemen of VeronaHamletAntony and CleopatraTwelfth NightRichard III, The Admirable Crichton,The Taming of the ShrewThe Critic and Of Mice and Men (American Players Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Tour), MacbethThe Merchant of Venice and Great Expectations (Utah Shakespeare Festival); and The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Artists Repertory Theatre). Mobley is a graduate of The Savannah College of Art and Design.

 

Price, MikeMike Price (Eddie) has acted in Cardinal Stage productions including Oliver!, Baskerville, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Of Mice and Men, Hairspray, 1776, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Hairspray, The 39 Steps, Les Misérables, Charlotte’s Web, The Lonesome West, My Fair Lady, August: Osage County, Underneath the Lintel, and A Year with Frog and Toad. Mike has an MA in instructional systems technology and has worked as an instructional video producer/director and instructional consultant. He is the associate artistic director at Cardinal Stage Company and assists with fight choreography and movement, sound, projection design and props, photography, website, and technical issues.