Billy Elliot the Musical - November 10 - November 19, 2023

Theatre on Main Street, Inc.

 Who's Who 

  • Arabella Bigelow head shot

    Arabella Bigelow

    as Debbie Wilkinson

    Arabella is a 5th grader at Cornwall Middle School. She has been dancing since she was two & has recently begun singing & acting as well. Performing is her passion; she can be found dancing & singing her way through life, whether on stage or around the house. She started dancing at Step By Step in 2020 & has performed in their production of A Familiar Suite in several roles, including the Petite Soldier & Frieda. As a member of the Step By Step Competition Company & has had the opportunity to perform solos, duos, and group dances alongside some of her favorite people. During her time at COH Elementary school, she performed in productions of Aladdin & Beauty and the Beast. She is a member of the Elect Children’s Choir at CCMS & plays saxophone in the concert band. Arabella is excited to be performing with so many talented artists & is especially thrilled to play alongside Montana, who has been an amazing teacher & “mom” to Arabella on stage & at the studio.

  • Nafisah Graham Brown head shot

    Nafisah Graham Brown

    as Big Lesley

    Recently relocated to Cornwall, London-born Nafisah returns to Theatre on Main Street for her second production.  She has been involved in theatre at school and university in London and Malaysia. Writing, directing and acting in plays throughout primary and secondary school in Malaysia, her first role was as one of the 'babes' in Babes in the Belukar(1985), a Malaysian production of Babes in the Wood. She was ensemble in Five Arts Centre (Malaysia)'s production of Suara Rimba, a Malaysian adaptation of Jungle Book (1994) and she was in the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) UK production of The Vagina Monologues (2011). She was the nurse in Theatre on Main Street's inaugral performance of Orpheus Descending last summer (2022). A teacher of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), Nafisah promotes the use of theatre in the classroom as a democratic way to support students' language development.

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