Something’s Afoot

Something’s Afoot

Book, Music and Lyrics by James McDonald, David Vos & Robert Gerlach
Additional Music by Ed Linderman

“Engaging, funny, fresh and original.” —The New York Post

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7:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday Evenings
8:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday Evenings
2:00 p.m. Saturday Matinees

Cast Bios

* Indicates member of Actors’ Equity Association.

JaronBarneyJARON BARNEY (Clive) is thrilled to be back at PTC after appearing in A Christmas Carol: The Musical last year. Jaron is a senior in the musical theatre program at the University of Utah. University credits include: Melchior Gabor in Spring Awakening, Mr. Black in Lippa’s The Wild Party, and Man One in Songs For a New World. Thanks to my family, PTC, and U Theatre Department!
RichieCallRICHIE CALL (Dr. Grayburn) Richie is happy to return to PTC after playing Mac in The Philadelphia Story last season and Osric in Hamlet in 2010. New York credits include: Borachio in Much Ado About Nothing(American Globe Theatre) and Francisco in Hamlet(Gorilla Rep). Richie is an Assistant Professor of Acting at Utah State University in Logan, Utah. He has an MFA in Acting from Rutgers University.
PaulCastreePAUL CASTREE* (Flint) Paul was an original cast member of the Broadway productions of 9 to 5, Young Frankenstein, High Fidelity, All Shook Up, Saturday Night Fever, Footloose, The Scarlet Pimpernel andGrease!. He was also the lead vocalist stand-by forMovin’ Out. As Jinx in the Off-Broadway, Los Angeles, and Toronto productions of Forever Plaid, Paul received an L.A. Ovation award and Canada’s Dora Award. National tour: Bye Bye Birdie. New York City Opera: The Most Happy Fella. Regional: Carousel, Virginia Opera; The Music Man, Maltz Jupiter Theatre;Frog Kiss, Virginia Stage Co; Pop!, Yale Repertory Theatre; … Forum, Williamstown Theatre Festival. TV: Caroline in the City. Paul was featured in The Actors’ Fund concerts of Dreamgirls and Hair and their subsequent Grammy nominated recordings.
LauraHall LAURA HALL* (Hope) Laura is thrilled to be back at PTC, playing another British ingenue! Last Christmas, you saw her break Scrooge’s heart as Emily in A Christmas Carol: The Musical. Laura made her Broadway debut in Frank Wildhorn’s Wonderland. Regionally, she’s been in The Marvelous Wonderettesat the Gem Theatre in Detroit, Urban Cowboy at Gateway Playhouse, Junie B. Jones with Theatreworks USA, and performances with the Cincinnati Pops. Laura also tours internationally with the musical theatre sketch comedy group The Water Coolers. BFA from CCM. When she’s not onstage, you can find Laura playing somewhere in the outdoors, probably climbing. Special thanks to The Mine, love to Sam. If you go, you can see more stuff.
JamesJudy JAMES JUDY* (Colonel Gillweather) James is thrilled to be back at Pioneer Theatre Company where he has been seen as Peron twice in Evita, ten years apart,Enchanted April and the 2007 Les Misérables (Javert). James’ Broadway credits include the original companies of Into the Woods, The Scarlet Pimpernel, A Christmas Carol the Musical, and the 2013 revival ofJekyll & Hyde. Off-Broadway: Tin Pan Alley Rag, Roundabout; La Boheme, NYSF; The Gig, MTC; Catch Me If I Fall, Promenade; J.P. Morgan Saves the Nation, En Garde Arts; and Shlomo, Safra Hall. National Tours: Deaf West’s Big River, South Pacificand Jekyll & Hyde. Regional highlights include A Christmas Story (Jean Shepard), original company, Kansas City Repertory; Finian in Finian’s Rainbow, Goodspeed Opera House; George Bailey in It’s a Wonderful Life, Tennessee Repertory; and Our Town, Williamstown Theatre Festival. Endless love and gratitude to Kathy and the Mooch.
KateMarilley KATE MARILLEY* (Lettie) is thrilled to make her Pioneer Theatre Company debut with Something’s Afoot! Previous credits include Broadway National Tour of Billy Elliot (Mum u/s), White Christmas (Judy Haynes), A Chorus Line (Sheila Bryant), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Ruth), 42nd Street (Peggy Sawyer), Singin’ in the Rain (Kathy Selden), Can Canworkshop (Gabrielle), On the Town (Ivy Smith), Silk Stockings (Ninotchka Yoshenko), Half a Sixpence (Flo Bates), Kiss Me, Kate (Kate u/s), The Cabaret Girl (Lily de Jigger); Li’l Abner (Daisy Mae u/s), Footloose (Ariel Moore), Cabaret (Fritzi), All American (Elizabeth Hawkes Bullock), You Never Know (Madame Baltin) and more! Received her BFA from Carnegie Mellon. Thanks to her husband, and parents! This is for my dad.
JosephMedeirosJOSEPH MEDEIROS* (Nigel) Broadway: Wicked, West Side Story, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Guys and Dolls, Grease, Big. Off-Broadway: A Minister’s Wife (Lincoln Center Theater), Yank! (The York Theatre), The Blue Flower (Second Stage), Anyone Can Whistle (City Center Encores). Regional: Little Shop of Horrors (Kansas City Rep), Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Grandstreet Theatre), Neurosis (Merry-Go-Round), Cats, Seven Brides (The Muny), The Secret Garden (Stages St. Louis), Over The Tavern (San Jose Rep), The Gershwins’ An American in Paris(Alley Theatre), Crazy for You (CCM).
WillRay WILL RAY* (Geoffrey) Will is thrilled to be making his Pioneer Theatre Company debut with Something’s Afoot. Will was seen throughout the country in the First National Tour of Little House on the Prairie the musical, staring Melissa Gilbert. Off-Broadway, he portrayed the role of John Truit in Meet Me in St. Louis(Irish Repertory Theatre) and originated the role of Will, in Balls… The Musical!?! (NYMF, The Lion Theatre). Other favorite roles include Chris in Miss Saigon, Lt. Joe Cable in South Pacific, Edward Ferrars in Sense and Sensibility, Enjolras in Les Misérables, and Malcom in The Full Monty. Will has also performed as a featured soloist in concert halls around the world with such orchestras that include the Cincinnati Pops, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. Will is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music. Thanks and love to Manna and his incredible friends and family for their continuous love and support through the years.
TiaSperos TIA SPEROS* (Miss Tweed) is thrilled to be making her PTC debut. Credits include: Off-Broadway: Tin Pan Alley Rag, The Taffetas, The Cocoanuts. Regional:Caroline, or Change (Rose) Studio Theatre, Washington D.C.; Guys and Dolls (Adelaide) Long Wharf Theatre; Footloose (Ethyl) Sacramento Music Circus; George M! (Agnes) Goodspeed Opera House;Company (Amy) Huntington Theatre; The Wizard of Oz(Wicked Witch); On the Town (Hildy) both at the North Shore Music Theatre; Lucky Stiff (Helen Hayes nomination) Olney Theater; Harvey (Myrtle Mae) Cincinnati Rep; Annie (Lily St. Regis) and Rags, both at Paper Mill Playhouse, among others. Film and TV:Believe (Independent Short); Out of the Box (Disney Channel).
RebeccaWatsonREBECCA WATSON* (Lady Manley-Prowe) Rebecca is delighted to be back at PTC, having done …Forumand Peter Pan here. BROADWAY/NY:  By Jeeves (dir. Alan Ayckbourn), The Cocoanuts, Romeo and Juliet,Disney’s Hercules.  She’s toured in Moon Over Buffalo, done World Premieres of And the Curtain Rises at the Signature, as well as To the Lighthouse at Berkley Rep. (American Theatre Critics Nomination). Regionally, she’s worked with The Shakespeare Theatre in DC, Pittsburgh Public, Portland Stage, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Barrington Stage, Studio Arena, PaperMill Playhouse, Goodspeed, Arizona Theatre Co., Fulton Theatre and two seasons with Alabama Shakespeare Festival. TV/Film: The Big C, Deception, Law & Order, Third Watch, Cupid, Guiding Light, All My Children, As the World Turns. She recently filmed The Normal Heart, with Mark Ruffalo,which will be released in

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