Cushing Community Theatre
Zach Amon - as John
Bio: I'm 17 years old and I'm a junior in high school. I love to act and play guitar. This is my second show here at Cushing Community Theatre and I plan to do many more.
John Alcorn - as Jim
Krystle Hutchko - as Krys
Ashley Hodges - as Ash
Bio: This is Ashley Hodges' first appearance at the Cushing Theatre. She graduated with a BFA in theatre performance from Oklahoma State University and has appeared at Town and Gown Theatre in "Arsenic and Old Lace," "Little Shop of Horrors," and "Wizard of Oz." Ashley also performed "Proof" at Ponca Playhouse and the group took the show to OCTAFest this summer and are now preparing to move on to regional competition in April. Ashley would like to thank her friends for their support and Mike driving every other night!
Mike Clark - as Mike
Bio: He has been acting since high school. However, this performance is his non-villainous premier on stage. He has preformed in Little Shop of Horrors in 2004 and 2010 both times as villains. He has helped backstage in A Tuna Christmas and Kitchen Witches at Stillwater's community theatre Town & Gown.
Michael's favorite Christmas tradition is watching "A Christmas Story" marathons and "The Nutcracker Ballet". Michael would like to thank his friends and family for their support during this performance.
Lindsey Elsberry - Co-Director
Tash Parker - Co-Director
Kaylie Barker - Stage Manager
Samuel Stevens - Lights
Brian Wood - Sound
“Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)” marks Lindsey Elsberry and Tash Parker’s directorial debut! The two have been acting, together (and apart), in community theatre for over seven years now and are excited to make the leap into this new role.
“We would like to thank our crazy families, and especially mom’s, for always supporting our need to be creative, in one outlet or another. We would also like to congratulate and thank our actors and crew (we did it!) A special thanks to Walter and Debbie Webb and Bill and Carol Cubbage for introducing us into the Cushing Community Theatre, where we’ve proudly set up camp all these years. Thank you to Mila’s for all your donated time and work.
“We wanted to do something light-hearted…a feel-good play to distract ourselves from the ever-present seriousness of life…and we are so thankful the two brains, together (Lindsey and Tash), worked well enough, combined, to save each other’s lives…”