A Double Feature of One Acts - February 24 - February 27, 2022

Marshalltown Community Theatre

 Who's Who 

  • Isabelle Daniels head shot

    Isabelle Daniels


    Isabelle Daniels is a 20 year old college graduate from Augsburg University in Minneapolis, and will be attending law school in the fall of 2022. When she started college, she quickly learned that acting wasn't for her, and instead found much more enjoyment in writing plays.  She got her inspiration for her play from people closest to her and is so excited to see them on the stage.  "Every play is a part of a person's personal story," she says, "but not all of us have to worry if our exes see it."

  • Lisa Naig head shot

    Lisa Naig


    Lisa volunteers many hours both on and off the stage at MCT.  Besides leading our restoration efforts, she heads production crews, directs, and has performed many memorable roles. Recent credits include Grease, Jack the Ripper, Play On, and Careful What You Wish For.  Lisa is the proud parent of a dog and a cat and is an avid football and basketball fan.  Go Cyclones!

  • Jenna Van Law head shot

    Jenna Van Law

    as LOU

    A junior with Iowa Connections Academy, Jenna returns to the MCT stage after a two-year hiatus. Her acting bug began with the Missoula Children's Theatre and has continued at Miller Middle School, MHS, and MCT.  Stage credits include The Wizard of Oz, Snow White, The Trial of Goldilocks, The Little Mermaid, and Play On! Jenna enjoys the one-liners in the show.

  • Michael Gill head shot

    Michael Gill


    Michael has appeared in MCT's Elf the Musical Jr, Murder on the Nile, and Gift of the Magi.  A student at MHS, Michael is a member of the school band and his favorite subject is chemistry.  Michael also performs in Renaissance Faires with his parents Regina and John Gill. Playing the toxic jerk, Michael states," My character does NOT represent me as a person!"

  • Susanna Meyer head shot

    Susanna Meyer

    as KIN

    MCT is proud to present Susanna in her debut theatre performance. Susanna was assigned to cover our auditions as a journalist for the Times-Republican.  Little did she know her assignment would lead to a role in the cast! Susanna enjoys fictional writing and reading comic books. "The best things about living in Marshalltown are no traffic and the nice people."

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