Ramona Quimby - February 11 - February 19, 2017

Marshalltown Community Theatre

 Who's Who 

  • Ava Hendricks head shot

    Ava Hendricks

    as Ramona Quimby

    Ava first found her love of acting while playing the role of Tinkerbell in the MCT Summer Acting Camp version of "Peter Pan". She appeared in "Mr. Popper's Penguins" and in the Kid's Camp version of "Guys and Dolls". She also enjoys being part of programs at church. She is a 3rd grader at East Marshall, attends First Baptist Church and enjoys running reading and spending time with her family.

  • Sydney Hotchkiss head shot

    Sydney Hotchkiss

    as Beezus Quimby

    Sydney is a seventh grader at Miller Middle School. She enjoys singing and acting, playing the saxophone, cross country and track. She played Cecile in "The Hundred Dresses" at MCT and also appeared in "Mr. Popper's Penguins" and participated in the MCT Kids Acting Academy. She has a cat named Pablo and a dog named Lucky.

  • Laura Stansberry head shot

    Laura Stansberry

    as Mrs. Dorothy Quimby

    Laura teaches second grade at Franklin Elementary school. She appeared in "Honk!" at the Orpheum Theater Center, MCT Gala's, several operas while at Simpson College and in productions at Storm Lake High School. She is married to Ben, is the proud mom to Maggie, Owen and Emmett and enjoys reading, watching reality TV and playing games. She says she grew up reading the Ramona Quimby books!

  • Dan Vellinga head shot

    Dan Vellinga

    as Mr. Bob Quimby

    Dan is a Marshalltown resident and native. He has appeared in "a couple of church productions over the years" and also was in several plays when a student at MHS in the seventies. He is a pastor at First Congregational Church here in Marshalltown and is married to his high school sweetheart, Jeanne.

  • Shelly Tuttle head shot

    Shelly Tuttle

    as Aunt Bea

    Shelly hails from Marshalltown and is the married mother of three & grandma to three more. Her stage experience includes plays in school "many years ago" as well as skits at church and work. She says she has a passion for the performing arts and is excited to be part of this production. She is a case worker for Meskwaki Nation Child Support Services and loves to read, drink wine & eat chocolate!

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