Meet our Cast
Joy started at Theatre West by dying (quite literally) in The Mousetrap. Since then she has appeared in Death by Fatal Murder, Jake’s Women, the female version of The Odd Couple, and Love Loss and What I wore.She also appeared twice in the radio producion of It’s a Wonderful Life. After Savannah Sipping Society is over she will be moving east to care for her grandchildren in Pennsylvania. Theatre West’s loss will be a huge gain for her family.
Alice joined Theatre West playing the role of Annie in 2017 production of Calendar Girls. She also played the title character in the 2019 hit, Sylvia. She has now earned her spot to play the part of Marlafaye (this writer’s favorite name in the play) in this show.
Since retiring to the Central Coast in 2006, Bonnie has directed and acted in many productions in Lincoln City and Newport. Her experience in all phases of theatre — to include costumer, set designer, property mistress — extends back decades in Carson City NV, Portland OR, and Colorado Springs CO. She was recently on the Theatre West stage as the title character in Marjorie Prime. We welcome her back
Bonnie will be directing our summer play, Epic Proportions, by Larry Coen and David Crane, opening in August 2022.
Ellen has appeared in several Theatre West productions since moving to Lincoln City from Texas in 2005, last seen onstage in 2014 as Linda Robertson, MD, PhD in Delval Divas. Now, free from her “day job”, she is thrilled to return to Theatre West joining the cast and crew of Savannah Sipping Society. Ellen can be sighted at any given time of the day in any part of Lincoln City (or parts just beyond) indulging in one of her many athletic pursuits – power walking!
Tricia has appeared on the Theatre West stage in 4 previous productions, the latest being A Bad Year for Tomatoes. One of her favorite roles was one of the Pidgeon sisters in Neil Simon’s Odd Couple. When reading the hilarious script for Savannah Sipping Society, she immediately fell for the grandmother role.
In real life she is a retired RN, happily married forever, and her life is ruled by 2 Boston Terriers and 2 cats.
Kaline was first seen on the Theatre West stage in the 1987 production of A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To the Forum. She acted in several more, including House of Blue Leaves, Woman in Mind, Octette Bridge Club and Miss Rearden Drinks a Little. She has directed The Dining Room and On Golden Pond. Kaline is currently the Director of the drama program and St. James Santiago School where she teaches creative dramatic classes for students in grades K-8 and directs three plays a year.