An Inspector Calls

An Inspector Calls

“It speaks a truth we can’t ignore.”—The Independent

If an Inspector calls on you, is your conscience clear?

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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

ERICA CARVALHO (Edna) is thrilled to be returning to PTC after playing Emilia in March Tale. She is a senior in the Actor Training Program at the U. University credits include Squealer in Animal Farm, Olivia in Twelfth Night, Lois Fisher in The Children’s Hour, Miss Bott in Blue Stockings, Hamlet in Hamlet this coming April. Erica thanks her family for their unyielding support.

JOSEPH DELLGER* (Arthur Birling) is delighted to make his debut at Pioneer Theatre Company with An Inspector Calls. Broadway: He played Father in Ragtime and the Coroner in the Tony-Award winning Porgy and Bess. He originated the roles of Magnus in Lestat and William Randolph Hurst in Scandalous. Off Broadway: he played Bellomy and Hucklebee in the longest running musical in U.S. history, The Fantasticks. Regional: Andre in The Phantom of the Opera – San Francisco, Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris – Alliance Theatre, Scrooge in A Christmas Carol – Arvada Center, Father in Ragtime – Chicago, Inspector Hank in The Visit (World Premiere) – The Goodman, Padre in Man of La Mancha – Goodspeed Opera House, Ben in Follies – Signature Theatre, Tom Watson in Nerds (World Premiere) – Philadelphia Theatre Company, The Bishop in Les Misérables – TOTS, Mr. Banks in Mary Poppins at the Westchester Theatre. A proud member of Equity! For Cenie and the Chief.

MIA DILLON* (Sybil Birling) Broadway: Crimes of the Heart, (Tony Award Nomination and Clarence Derwent Award), Our Town with Paul Newman, Hay Fever, The Corn is Green, The Miser, Once a Catholic (Drama Desk Nomination), Agnes of God, and Da. Off-Broadway shows include The Exonerated, Remembrance, Come Back, Little Sheba (Roundabout Theatre), The Three Sisters, New England (MTC). Regional: A Song At Twilight (CT Critics Circle Nomination), Arsenic and Old Lace (Alley Theatre), Dancing at Lughnasa (Philadelphia Drama Guild and Cleveland Playhouse), The Cherry Orchard (La Jolla Playhouse with Lynn Redgrave and Santa Fe Stages with Marsha Mason), Wonderful Tennessee (McCarter Theatre). Molly Sweeney (Philadelphia Theatre Co.- Barrymore Award Nomination). Most recent roles include Big Mama in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at The Tennessee Williams Theatre Festival, and Ethyl in On Golden Pond. Film and television credits include All Good Things, Isn’t It Delicious, Gods and Generals, The Money Pit, A Shock to the System, Lots of Luck, The Jilting of Granny Weatherall, Mary and Rhoda, The Cosby Show, all three Law & Orders and the soon to be released Geezer. Her award-winning short 35-mm film, Quiet, which she wrote, directed and edited has been seen in five film festivals and on the Sundance Channel.

CHRISTOPHER KELLY* (Inspector Goole) Regional: Grace, or the Art of Climbing (World Premiere), Great Wall Story (World Premiere), Pierre (World Premiere),The Cripple of Inishmaan, Hamlet, Much Ado About Nothing, The Madwoman, The Three Sisters, (Denver Center Theatre Company), Henry IV parts 1 & 2 (Shakespeare Theatre, Washington, D.C.), Pericles (California Shakespeare), A Few Good Men, The Foreigner, The Yellow Leaf, Dracula (Pioneer Theatre), Proof, Witness for the Prosecution, (Cincinnati Playhouse/ St. Louis Rep), Noises Off (Cleveland Playhouse), The Rivers Under the Earth (Actors Theatre of Louisville), In the Next Room (Syracuse Stage), Gross Indecency (Intiman Theatre), The Glass Menagerie, Amadeus (Fulton Theatre), The Retreat from Moscow (Delaware Theatre Co.), The Center of Gravity (World Premiere, Portland Stage), Marisol (Luna Stage, NJ) Off Broadway: Pericles (Public Theater) Moby Dick (Drama Desk Nomination), revival of Another Part of the Forest (Theatre at St. Clements) Television: Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, and Damages. M.F.A., NYU

ISABELLA REEDER (Factory Girl) Isabella is thrilled to be making her Pioneer Theatre Company debut! She is currently a student in the U’s Actor Training Program, and recently spent a year abroad at the RCS for their BA Acting Programme. Recent credits include: Twelfth Night, The Skin of Our Teeth, and She Stoops to Conquer. Thank you to all my family and friends for your support!

JOHN EVANS REESE* (Eric Birling) Regional: Lord of the Flies (Barrington Stage Company); The History Boys (Palm Beach Dramaworks); Shakespeare’s R&J (Cygnet Theatre); The Way of the World (Franklin Stage Compay); Peter Pan: The Boy Who Hated Mothers (NRTC, Kennedy Center PTSF); New York: Way to Heaven (NY Times Critic’s Pick). Theatre: Master Harold…and the Boys; St. Joan; On the Razzle; Twelfth Night; The Importance of Being Earnest. Film: Do Not Disturb (score by Danny Elfman); House. Training: UNCSA. SCGSAH. BADA Oxford.

KALIKA ROSE (Factory Girl) was born and raised in Salt Lake City where she has been involved in theater her whole life. She is currently in her senior year at the University of Utah in the Actor Training Program. Her previous credits include Celimene in The School for Lies (Studio 115), Leedya in The Owl Girl (Studio 115), and a Cagelle in The Grand Theatre’s production of La Cage Aux Folles. Thank you all for being here, and enjoy the show!

KALI SCOTT (Factory Girl) is a junior in the Actor Training Program and Honors College at the University of Utah. Recent theatrical credits include Skyler in Good Kids (Studio 115), Warbler in The In-Between (Rio Mesa Center), Viola in Twelfth Night (Salt Lake Shakespeare), and Charlotte in These Shining Lives (People Productions). Kali is a proud recipient of the Libby Hunter Theatre Scholarship.

TORI SICKLICK (Factory Girl) is excited to be making her Pioneer Theatre Company debut! She is a junior in the Musical Theatre Program at the University of Utah. Recent projects at the U include Hello, Dolly! (Ensemble/Dance Captain/Swing), American Idiot (Assistant Director/Assistant Choreographer), The Vagina Monologues (U of U VDay Campaign 2015), and Whispering Gallery (KCACTF – Region VIII). This year, Tori is working as a Student Leader with UtahPresents and is in charge of the U New Play Reading Series. Proud recipient of the Zelie Pforzheimer Theatre Scholarship.

JOHN SKELLEY* (Gerald Croft) Off-Broadway: The Changeling (Red Bull Theater), Desire (59E59/The Acting Company), Hamlet (as Hamlet), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, The Comedy of Errors, Romeo and Juliet (The Acting Company). Guthrie Theater: Long Day’s Journey into Night, Tales from Hollywood, Roman Holiday, Hay Fever, Charley’s Aunt, Macbeth, A Christmas Carol, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, A View from the Bridge, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Jane Eyre. Other Regional: Desire (NY Stage and Film); And a Nightingale Sang (Westport Country Playhouse); Tribes (Florida Repertory Theatre); True West (Torch Theater). TV: Elementary. Film: Into Temptation. B.F.A., University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater.

KATIE WIELAND* (Sheila Birling) Pioneer Theatre Company debut! Wieland is a New York based actor who has performed with the NYSF in Central Park, the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, and Shakespeare on the Sound amongst others. Some of her favorite roles include Helena in All’s Well That Ends Well, Meg in Crimes of the Heart, and Columbia in Rocky Horror Picture Show. She is a proud graduate of Carnegie Mellon University. Thanks so much to Mary Robinson for this wonderful opportunity.

LAURA WITKOP (Factory Girl) is delighted to be making her debut at Pioneer Theatre! She is a senior in the Actor Training Program at the University of Utah, and is very thankful for the faculty there for all the training she has received. Recent credits include The Owl Girl (University of Utah Studio 115), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (University of Utah Studio 115), and Tarzan (Miracle Productions). She sends infinite gratitude to her family, who have supported her so much all the way from Michigan, and to her wonderful friends who are her family here in Salt Lake.

This production is sponsored by:

The Lawrence T. and Janet T. Dee Foundation

with additional support from S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney Foundation

U.S. Bank Foundation