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CAST Pinkalicious....................................................Veronica Lowry Peter/Bird..................................................... Jeremy Matthey Alison/Dr. Wink/Butterfly 2........................... Aleigha Morton Mrs. Pinkerton/Butterfly 1......................Sissy Anne Quaranta Mr. Pinkerton/Bee....................................... Dennis Glasscock Cupcake Girls/Swarm of Bees.................... Abby Bannerman, Gretchen Bush, Riley Melton, Tasha Snyder, Madison Stolzer PRODUCTION

Technical Director........................................................Drew Posey Properties Master.................................................. Miranda Young Props Construction................................................. Miranda Young Costume Construction............................. Erin Larkin, Nikki Webster, Erin Herden Set Construction.................................... Drew Posey, Mark Hansen, Ben Fish The AAC Children’s Theatre extends a special thanks to Boulevard Bread Company, the volunteer cast, crew members, and the parents of the young people for their extensive support and participation.

CAST PROFILES Abby Bannerman (Cupcake) attends Lakewood Middle School, where she is a sixth grader. She has been involved in Summer Theatre Academy for the past two years and also participated in Madeline and the Gypsies. Aside from theatre, Abby enjoys singing, dancing, piano, and playing softball. Gretchen Bush (Cupcake) is overjoyed to be in her second production at the AACCT. Previously, she was Madeline in Madeline and the Gypsies as well as Alice in the STA production of Alice in Wonderland. Gretchen also loves to sing, dance, and play various instruments. She would like to thank her friends and family, as well as Sharon Douglas and Pulaski Heights Middle School for their continued support. Scott Ferguson (Director/Choreographer) Pinkalicious marks Scott’s fourth show to direct for the AACCT. Having done Schoolhouse Rock Live! and A Year With Frog and Toad (twice!) Scott is the Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Theatrebam Chicago, where he wrote and created the hit shows Schoolhouse Rock Live!, Schoolhouse Rock Live Too! and The Main Street Kids’ Club: A MathStart Musical. Scott directed the SRLive! National Tours (’99-’01) with Troupe American, Inc., the Off-Broadway productions at The Atlantic and the Lamb’s Little Theatre, as well as many productions across the country. In his home town of Chicago, Scott is a proud Artistic Associate of About Face Theatre, where he directed Xena Live! Episode One, the Jeff Nominated Xena Live! Episode Two, Xena Lives! The Musical,Say You Love Satan, and We Three Lizas. As a Founding Collective Member of Bailiwick Chicago, he directed the critically acclaimed Aida and Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Scott has also directed for Hell in a Handbag, Filament, Chicago Children’s Theatre, Drury Lane Oakbrook & Watertower. For the former Bailiwick Repertory, Scott directed the Non-Equity Jeff-nominated A Man of No Importance as well as The Cousins Grimm. Regionally, he has directed for Playhouse On The Square in Memphis, The Fulton Opera House in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, The Wohlfahrt Haus Theatre in Wytheville, Virginia, Rhodes College, and New Trier High School. Favorites include; The Rocky Horror Show, Return To The Forbidden Planet, The Mystery Of Irma Vep, Evita, Bat Boy The Musical, Jekyll & Hyde, Floyd Collins, Disney’s Aida, Beauty And The Beast, Saucy Jack & The Space Vixens, Year With Frog And Toad, Big River, Altar Boyz, Xanadu, and Pippin. Dennis Glasscock (Mr. Pinkerton/Bee/Co-Choreographer) was last seen as Chester in Bunnicula at the AAC. He has also played Toad in both performances of Frog and Toad. Dennis’s career has spanned over thirty years all over the U.S., in national tours, opera, children’s theatre, and ballet. Dennis dances and performs with Arkansas Festival Ballet in great roles such as Captain Hook, the Mad Hatter and Dr. Sellmeyer in The Nutcracker.

Veronica Lowry (Pinkalicious) is positively pinkafied to join AACCT this season! Veronica comes to us from Charlottesville, Virginia, where she recently was seen choreographing for Four County Players musical theatre camp, as well as wrangling/nannying some of the most wonderful children in Charlottesville! On stage, Veronica was last seen at Allenberry Playhouse in the musicals Chicago (Annie/Roxie u/s), The Sound of Music (Sister Sophia/Ensemble), and The Lion That Would be King (Shred). Veronica graduated with a BFA in musical theatre from Shenandoah Conservatory, where she starred in various productions including Alice in Wonderland (Alice), Assassins (Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme), Once Upon a Wolf (Little Red Riding Hood), Cinderella (Stepsister), and many more. She would like to thank her family, friends, and Chad for their unyielding support and love. www. Jeremy Matthey (Peter/Bird) is pleased as punch to be returning for another season at AACCT. You may have seen him last season in Three Little Pigs…Billy Goats Gruff (Wolf) as well as The Princess and the Pea (Prince Percy). Other credits include: Oliver!, Joseph…Dreamcoat (Dan), and The Producers with Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, Lily and the Appleseed (Huck) and Art To Go (Andy) with Wildwood Park for the Arts, A Little Night Music (Henrik) with Arkansas Symphony Orchestra/Arkansas Rep, Les Misérables (Jean Prouvaire/Marius u/s), Hello, Dolly!, and Children of a Lesser God (Orin) with the Arkansas Rep. Favorite roles include: Charlie Brown in You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown and Action in West Side Story. Riley Melton (Cupcake) is a sixth grader at The Anthony School. She has attended Summer Theatre Academy for the past two summers, where she performed in Alice in Wonderland and The City Book. She is excited to be in Pinkalicious, which is her first performance at the Children’s Theatre. Riley would like to thank her older sister, Brooke Melton, who inspired her to start acting. Aleigha Morton (Dr. Wink/Alison/Butterfly 2) is more than happy to return to the AACCT for a third season! She received her BFA in acting from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. She most recently appeared in James and the Giant Peach as Aunt Sponge. Favorite roles include Pierre the Troll in The Three Little Pigs and Three Billy Goats Gruff and Queen Perimita in The Princess and the Pea. Sissy Anne Quaranta (Mrs. Pinkerton, Butterfly 1) graduated from Kansas State University with a BA in theatre and a minor in music with an emphasis in dance. She just came from Busch Gardens Europe in Virginia, where she worked as the park’s vocal swing. Other credits include; Daisy Devore in The Adding Machine, JoAnna Markham in Move Over Mrs. Markham, Nora in Brighton Beach Memoirs, Crystal in Little Shop of Horrors, Stephanie in Reasons to be Pretty, Shelby in Steel Magnolias, and Alice in 7 Brides for 7 Brothers. She would like to thank her mommy, daddy, and sister for their support and this awesome cast for being awesome. Enjoy the show! B-182 Tasha Snyder (Cupcake) is a seventh grader at eStem Charter School. This is her first performance with the Children’s Theatre. She is very excited for this opportunity. Madison Stolzer (Cupcake) is nine years old and in the fourth grade as a homeschool student. She is making her first acting debut on the Arkansas Children’s Theatre stage. She has previously been in three other theatrical productions with the Royal theatre, and is also part of the homeschool drama group Cast & Crew. Working with the Arkansas Children’s Theatre has been a goal of Madison’s since she fell in love with acting. She is thrilled to be working with such a great cast of performers.

ARTISTIC STAFF PROFILES Bradley D. Anderson (Artistic Director) has served as the Artistic Director for the AACCT since 1979. Before coming to the Children’s Theatre, Mr. Anderson served as the founding director of the County Stearns Theatrical Company in St. Cloud, Minnesota and was the Director of Studio Theatre of the Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis. In 1985, Mr. Anderson and the Children’s Theatre participated in the renowned Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, and in 1986, he received the National Governor’s Association Excellence in the Arts award. He has directed numerous plays at the AACCT. Keith Smith (Playwright/Associate Director) began his career with the Arkansas Arts Center Children’s Theatre in the fall of 1980 as a member of its acting company. He later turned his attentions to playwriting and directing, becoming the theatre’s Associate Director in the late ‘80s. Over the past 20 years, Keith has written more than 75 plays for the Children’s Theatre and has directed many dozens more. Some of his favorite past works include The Mind of Leonardo da Vinci, The Mad Science Fair, King Arthur and the Magic Sword, and The Time Machine. Erin Larkin (Costume Designer) is the resident costume designer at the AACCT. This is her ninth season at the Children’s Theatre. She earned her degree from the University of Memphis in fine art, but has since crossed over into theatrical design. A few of her favorite AACCT design credits include Mr. Popper’s Penguins, The Ugly Duckling, Cinderella, and A Year with Frog and Toad. She has also had the opportunity to design locally for opera and film, as well as in indie fashion and textiles. She gives many thanks to the great team in the costume shop for all their hard work towards making each production shine. Nikki Webster (Assistant Costume Designer) Nikki is in her fourth season with the AACCT, and is so thankful to have a job doing what she loves. Design credits include The Princess and the Pea, Bunnicula, A Christmas Carol, and Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells! Nikki has also designed for the Arkansas Shakespeare Festival, Murry’s Dinner Playhouse, and the UALR Opera. “Hats off to the brilliant, quirky group of artists I get to work with each day that strive to bring top-notch theatre to our young audiences in Arkansas.”

Penelope Poppers (Lighting Designer) is excited to be starting a seventh season at the AACCT! Penelope is a Little Rock native and is glad to call Little Rock and the AACCT home. Past favorite shows have been Hercules, Treasurer Island, and The Adventures of Frog & Toad. Special thanks to Jeremy, Nugget, and Ginger who always appear to be happy when she comes home. Miranda Young (Properties Master) started at the AAC Children’s Theatre as a child actor and is excited to return for her seventh season as properties master and designer. She studied at the Kansas City Art Institute and received a BFA in printmaking and painting. She also works as a Children’s instructor and Printmaking instructor for the Museum School at the Arkansas Arts Center. Miranda has also designed the sets for several Children’s Theater productions, including Miss Nelson Has a Field Day, The Giant and the Beanstalk, and If You Give a Pig a Pancake. Drew Posey (Technical Director) received a bachelor of arts degree from Arkansas State University in 2008 after spending a season as Technical Director at The Foundation of Arts in Jonesboro, Arkansas. From 2008 – 2012, Drew was the master carpenter at The Arkansas Repertory Theatre, where he honed his skills as a carpenter, painter, and sculptor. As an artist and an Arkansan, he is very excited to be a part of the Arkansas Arts Center. “Special thanks to my parents and my wife, Sheridan, who are brilliant theatre artists, and have supported all of my endeavors.” Mark Hansen (Company Member) has returned to the AACCT for another exciting season! Some of his favorite roles have been Frog in A Year with Frog and Toad, the Emperor in The Emperor’s New Clothes, Slim in Of Mice and Men, and Long John Silver in Treasure Island. In addition to acting, Mark helps with set construction. Mark graduated high school at Little Rock Central High and college from UALR. Mark would like to thank the Arkansas Rep for the training he received there as one of the first of two interns. Rivka Kuperman (Production Stage Manager) is pleased to be starting her first season at the Children’s Theatre. Rivka grew up in Little Rock and spent most of her childhood at the AACCT. She received her BA in theatre from the University of Central Arkansas in 2007. She is a company member of the local improv group ImprovLittleRock! and is a founding member of the Vagabond Theatre Company. She would like to thank her family and friends for their support and encouragement, especially Dad. Sarah Gasser (Stage Manager) is excited to be working at the Children’s Theatre! Previously, she has worked with Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, A.R.T, Reagel Music Theater, Dorset Theater Festival, Hangar Theater, Kitchen Theater, the Oberlin Summer Theater Festival, and Boston’s Moonbox Productions. Sarah would like to thank her absolutely amazing parents for their support. Victoria Kann (Book and Lyrics) is the award winning illustrator and author of the picture book series featuring the whimsical and effervescent character, Pinkalicious. Victoria co-authored and illustrated the first two books, Pinkalicious and Purplicious, as well as the Pinkalicious the Musical. She wrote and illustrated Goldilicious and is working on several more books about the adventures and antics of Pinkalicious. Her awardwinning artwork has graced the covers and pages of many magazines, newspapers, and books. Victoria teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She lives with her husband, who is a toy designer otherwise known as Elf #1, and her two daughters, who each have a mouthful of sweet teeth. Elizabeth Kann (Book and Lyrics) is a doctor who has yet to see an actual case of Pinkititis. She co-authored the text of Pinkalicious and Purplicious with her sister, Victoria Kann. Her writing has appeared in a variety of newspaper and print publications. She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, who is also a doctor, and their three children. John Gregor (Music and Lyrics) is a lyricist and composer who received a Frederick Loewe Reading for his musical With Glee, for which he wrote the book, music, and lyrics. Recently, With Glee was presented in a workshop by the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, and was produced Off-Broadway to sold-out houses. He is also composer and co-lyricist of Pinkalicious the Musical, based on the book by Elizabeth and Victoria Kann, now in its fifth year running Off-Broadway as well as a national tour. His musical adaptation of Gogol’s tragicomic short story The Overcoat has been presented in London at the Bridewell Theatre, Barrington Stage Company, and The New York International Fringe Festival. He has also co-written several children’s musicals for the Vital Theatre Company, including The Changeling and The Bully. John Gregor holds an MFA in musical theatre writing from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and a degree in musical theatre from Emerson College.

INTERNS AND APPRENTICES The Arkansas Arts Center Children’s Theatre accepts a limited number of interns and apprentices to work with its production staff in an educational program designed to prepare them to enter the professional theatre field. Ben Fish (Production Intern) is very excited for his first professional season at the Arkansas Arts Center Children’s Theatre. Born and raised in Little Rock, he recently graduated from Hendrix with a degree in Theatre Arts and will be interning over the course of the season in the areas of scene shop, acting, and stage management.

Erin Fowler (Production Intern) is thrilled to be back at the Children’s Theatre, where she essentially grew up! She first appeared on the AACCT’s main stage as Charlotte in Charlotte’s Web in 2005. An Arkansas native, Erin attended Parkview High School and Hendrix College. For the past two summers, Erin has also taught voice and movement classes at the theatre’s Summer Theatre Academy, where she was a student 6 years ago. Erin wants to thank the Children’s Theatre’s staff for all of the opportunities they’ve given her over the years to do what she loves!

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