You Can't Take It With You - May 24 - June 02, 2019

The Fleming Island Theater Incorporated

 Who's Who 

  • Jill Amburgey head shot

    Jill Amburgey

    as Penelope Sycamore

    Jill is a horse professional specializing in Hunters and Dressage.  She also works for the Clay County Schools.  Jill started with horses at five and has owned/shown/ridden/trained ever since!  This is her third production at the Island Theater.  She was last seen in Bus Stop and  Almost, Maine and she is happy to be able to share her love of the theater with her family.

  • Lori McGuffin head shot

    Lori McGuffin

    as Essie

    Lori teaches Literature and Composition at Middleburg High. She is the mother of two beautiful girls, Lillian and Julia. Lori directs her church youth drama group, choreographed Big River, and appeared in Footloose! at MHS.  She is excited to cross her first community theatre role off her bucket list and would like to thank her husband, Brian, parents, family and friends.

  • Erica Hicks head shot

    Erica Hicks

    as Rheba

    Erika is thrilled to be making her premiere at The Island Theater in You Can’t Take It With You. She has been active in theatre for 20+ years. Her most recent role was in ‪The Uninvited at ‪OPCT. Erika thanks Cindy Baker for this opportunity, the cast and crew for welcoming her with open arms and her husband, for his support and encouragement.

  • Steve Amburgey head shot

    Steve Amburgey

    as Paul Sycamore

    Steven sings professionally with the gospel group, Reign Down, works for the CCSD, and he and his family own and operate a horse farm specializing in hunters and dressage.  Steven has performed in Grease, Shrek , Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Kiss Me Kate, Annie and Almost Maine, Spamalot and Curtains. He wishes to thank his family for supporting him in everything he does!

  • Josh Katzman head shot

    Josh Katzman

    as Mr. De Pina

    Josh Katzman (Mr. DePinna) Island Theater Credits: Annie, Almost, Maine, Spamalot, The Rocky Horror Show, The Crucible, Little Women, and directed You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown. Originally from NYC, holds a degree in Performing Arts, and has performed in almost 50 productions. Many thanks to Cindy Baker, The Island Theater, and his entire family. 

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