Bad Medicine - October 15 - October 24, 2021

Way Off Broadway Community Players

 Who's Who 

  • Christopher Cannata head shot

    Christopher Cannata

    as Carl Goodall

    is very excited to be a part of Bad Medicine at Way Off Broadway. He has performed in numerous shows with Georgetown Palace theatre, Addam's Family, My Fair Lady, Mary Poppins and was most recently, a backstage singer for Zilker Theater Little Shop of Horrors. He wants to thank his family, especially Mom and Dad for all their support.

  • Avery Cline head shot

    Avery Cline

    as Becky Trueheart

    graduated from Leander High School in 2020 and was part of the theatre program there. She's been in Thoroughly Modern Millie, Steel Magnolias, Our Town, Mary Poppins, and many more. She just finished a 10 month program as a wildland firefighter, and is super excited to get back into theatre and take on her first lead role with Way Off Broadway! Thanks broski.

  • Micheal Paddock head shot

    Micheal Paddock

    as Bodkin Shamley

    is a native Texan who developed a love for the theater at an early age. He studied Theater Arts at Lubbock High School, alma mater to Buddy Holly and Mac Davis. As a fan of the trickster motif, the role of the snake oil salesman feels like a natural fit.

  • Carol Beth Anderson head shot

    Carol Beth Anderson

    as Sally West

    doesn’t usually play villains, and it’s been a blast to take on the role of Sally. If only she had a mustache to twirl. After a twelve-year hiatus from WOBCP, Beth returned to the stage this summer, playing Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Over a decade ago, she was in several WOBCP productions, including The Mousetrap, Harvey, and Critic’s Choice. She has a degree in theatre/drama from Grand Canyon University, where she acted in Into the Woods, The Importance of Being Earnest and more. Beth is a wife, mom, author, and audiobook narrator.

  • Vircell Dayap head shot

    Vircell Dayap

    as Gene Ranger

    is from Berwyn, Illinois, a small town near Chicago.  His first exposure to performances was studying improv and acting at the Second City Theater.  He currently lives in Austin, Texas to further his craft and gain more experience.  He is grateful to be in his second production for Way Off Broadway.

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