We are extremely excited to introduce our cast for this production because 3 of the 4 cast members are new to the Theatre West stage. It is always exciting to see new faces on any stage, but after such a long couple of years, it is even more exciting for all us involved with this production.
Meet our Cast
Cathye was first seen on the Theatre West stage in 2018 as Charlotte Hennebon in Meanwhile, Back on the Couch. She was last heard on the stage as the off stage announcer in A Bench in the Sun. In A Nice Family Christmas she was off stage, filling the critical role as stage manager. Her most recent performance was just last December, playing Ann in The Cocktail Hour. We welcome her dedication to our productions.
Amanda is a Montana native now living in Lincoln City. She has been doing community theatre since she was a wee one, graduating from Montana State University-Billings with a degree in Communication Arts with an emphasis in Theatre. She started a theatre troupe with friends called Backyard Theatre performing in spaces around her hometown such as yoga studios, libraries, cafes, and backyards. She has acted in A Dolls House, Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Hair, and Eurydice.
Amanda is married to a handsome former redhead with whom she shares two sarcastic and hilarious adult children.
Michael is a newcomer to Lincoln City and to the Theatre West cadre of actors. Aside from one part in Tillamook he has not been on stage in 25 years, but is looking forward to being under the lights once again. He was in a variety of plays throughout high school years and in community theater after that.
Born and raised in the Midwest, Sean moved to the Oregon coast in 2020 after spending many years in Scotland and Texas. A long time admirer of film and theatre and first time participant, Sean is eager to undertake his role in Outside Mullingar. A local golf course superintendent, Sean enjoys film, spending time outdoors and has become a clam chowder aficionado.
It didn’t take long to begin volunteering with Theatre West after her arrival from Montana in 1986; joining within 2 years! She started behind the scenes, as many do, but Jack Coyne (who could say no to him?) convinced her to take a part in “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” and she was hooked. Then on to directing, too. She left for 7 years in Santa Rosa where she took acting classes and performed there, but returned to Lincoln City in 2018 and picked up where she left off, oh, and joined the Board in 2020.