War of the Worlds: The Panic Broadcast - October 19 - October 28, 2018

Bay Village Community Theater

 Who's Who 

  • Preston Postle head shot

    Preston Postle

    as Freddy Filmore

    is a high school English teacher and play director who has always been fascinated by that fundamental question: Are we alone in the universe? He hopes that we are not. He also hopes that any potential alien brothers will not come to Earth to subjugate and eat us. This is Preston’s sixth production with Bay Village Community Theater – if you count staged readings. He would like to thank his mom, who has never missed one of his plays, and especially his wife Shannon, who has held down the fort for the last two.

  • Cat Kenney head shot

    Cat Kenney

    as Lana Sherwood

    has worked with many NE Ohio theaters including: Huntington Playhouse, LCCC, JCU, Cleveland Shakes, Red Hen, Bad Epitaph, Oddy Fest, CPT, Ensemble, Con-con, Clague, Dobama, Porthouse, Spotlights, True North, and now here with BVCT. She acts, directs, costumes, and writes plays in addition to working as a speech pathologist.

  • Andrew Keller head shot

    Andrew Keller

    as Harry Haywood

    is excited to be a part of this production of War of the Worlds. He studied acting and directing at Baldwin Wallace, and appeared in Noises Off, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, and The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. Recent credits: Our Town at French Creek Theater, The Phantom Tollbooth and Farragut North at Ensemble Theater, and The Bigfoot Letters at Blank Canvas.

  • Tim Peebles head shot

    Tim Peebles

    as Jake Laurents

    is a veteran actor and director who has worked in community theaters throughout north-east Ohio. His favorite roles in include Henry Drummond in  Inherit The Wind, King Henry II in The Lion In Winter, Willie Clark in The Sunshine Boys, Victor Bruhl in Death Trap, and Jonathan in Arsenic And Old Lace. Tim spent fifteen seasons in professional summer theater as an actor, scenic carpenter, and lighting designer. He was a member of the New York Dramatists Guild, has written for television, and has worked off-Broadway. For Bay Village Community Theater he has appeared in The Dining Room and several staged readings. He is happy to be back with us for War of the Worlds.

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