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AQUINAS COLLEGE THEATRE PROGRAM’S

STUDENT DIRECTED ONE-ACT PLAY FESTIVAL

 

FEATURING:

 

December 7 and 9

FOR WHOM THE SOUTHERN BELLE TOLLS
and
THE ACTOR’S NIGHTMARE

Written by Christopher Durang
Directed by Shannon Heldt

WAKING NIGHTMARE

Written by Megan Tripaldi
Directed by Katie Schneider-Thomas

 

December 8 and 10

ALL OF THIS

Written and Directed by Hannah Morey

ADVENTURERS ANONYMOUS

Written by Aly Kantor
Directed by Megan Schnipke

 


The PRODUCTIONS

AQUINAS COLLEGE THEATRE PROGRAM

PRESENTS:

FOR WHOM THE SOUTHERN BELLE TOLLS

and

THE ACTOR’S NIGHTMARE

Written by Christopher Durang

Directed by Shannon Heldt

 

FOR WHOM THE SOUTHERN BELLE TOLLS 
was originally produced by
The Ensemble Studio Theatre in June 1994


The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.

AQUINAS COLLEGE THEATRE PROGRAM

PRESENTS:

WAKING NIGHTMARE

Written by Megan Tripaldi

Directed by Katie Schneider-Thomas

 

The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.

AQUINAS COLLEGE THEATRE PROGRAM

PRESENTS:

ALL OF THIS

Written by Hannah Morey

Directed by Hannah Morey

 

The videotaping or other video or audio recording  of this production is strictly prohibited.

AQUINAS COLLEGE THEATRE PROGRAM

PRESENTS:

ADVENTURES ANONYMOUS

Written by Aly Kantor

Directed by Megan Schnipke

 

The videotaping or other video or audio recording  of this production is strictly prohibited.



DIRECTOR’S NOTES

Southern Belle / Actor’s Nightmare

Shannon Heldt, Director
Shannon HeldtTo all my friends, family, designers, and producers, thank you so much for supporting me in my directing debut! For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls and The Actor’s Nightmare have been a joy to produce. 
 
I’ve always had a deep love for the past and nostalgia. Though I didn’t grow up in the 1980s, Durang’s one-act comedies have always felt like my childhood. He’s someone I’ve grown up with - always hearing about in my theatrical studies. Everything has now come full circle. My concept theme of dissonance runs through both of these mini-one acts. Though they may have been made with different ingredients, each production tastes very similarly, and I couldn’t be happier. My fellow students have been amazing to work with, and I couldn’t be more grateful to them as I find my footing as a first-time director. My nightmares and belles now belong to you! Enjoy the show :)
 
*Pause, smile, wrinkles nose. End of Play*
Waking Nightmare
Katie Schneider-Thomas, Director
Katie Schneider-ThomasMy relationship with Ancient Greek mythology is as long as my time in the theatre. The first time I stepped foot on stage in middle school was in a Greek myth series set at a circus, and a year ago I played Midas in Metamorphoses at Aquinas, another collection of myths. So, if you would have told me a year ago that my last piece at Aquinas would be another Greek piece, I wouldn’t have believed it. But, as I sat in my bedroom late one night reading Waking Nightmare, I knew that there was something different about Tripaldi’s retelling of Phaedra compared to anything else I had done before. 
 
In a theatre history class in the Theatre Annex on campus, I distinctly remember having a discussion about why we continue to produce stories like The Bacchae, Lysistrata, or (my personal favorite) Agamemnon. It is so easy to take a look at the old translations and brush them off as irrelevant or disconnected from our modern lives, as I used to do. But, humanity is so much more connected than I wanted to believe. The stories of love, hate, jealousy, friendship, and more are all stories the Greeks were writing thousands of years ago that still apply to us. 
 
Waking Nightmare is a perfect reflection of this ideal. Between internal dialogues, twisted versions of memories, and idealizing the future, there are truly relatable themes that Tripaldi incorporated into this retelling of Phaedra’s story. As we have put this show together, I consistently thought about these four characters and how they display the best and worst of people around us and the parts of ourselves that we don’t always admit. While the elements displayed here may not reflect exactly what our lives may look like in a week, a month, or a year, I hope the love, anger, longing, and angst that these four have put onstage speaks to the reality of life being a dream as often as it is a nightmare. 

All of This

Hannah Morey, Director
Hannah MoreyAll of This is a labor of love that I will continue to carry with me long after I graduate college. Since I am close to the end of my college experience at Aquinas, I knew I wanted my capstone to be as memorable as my time here has been. As a young girl who struggled a lot during her teen years, Mia and Wild Mia are pieces of myself that I always wanted to put to paper. Thanks to a simple idea, a good therapist of mine, and twelve months of work, I am very excited to show off this piece.
 
I dedicate All of This to my wonderful actors who brought this piece to life. A year ago, if you told me that I would be directing a piece that I wrote, I would have probably cried. As of writing this, I am still close to tearing up. To each of the people who helped me bring this piece to life, know that I am so thankful for the work you have put into this play. Know that, regardless of where you are at in your acting/stage managing/designing career, you have given me the knowledge and courage to show this piece to the world. Your talents will never go underappreciated, and I could not have done this without all of the behind-the-scenes work from everyone on the design team.
I also thank Scott Harman for his guidance and ability to follow through with this project to the end. Thank you for the support whenever I started to lose my confidence on this project. 
 
I am constantly inspired by the love that my friends and family show me, and I will forever be grateful for that love. Thank you for your constant support and love for me, especially on the hard days. I hope this piece is a reflection of the support you have given me. To this, and many more projects in the works!

Adventurers Anonymous

Megan Schnipke, Director
Megan SchnipkeAddiction affects many people, and Aly Kantor explores this theme through five distinct experiences and characters. She explores religion and spirituality, not knowing who you are, grief of a loved one, and pressure from others as possible reasons for feeling numb. Through their relationships, each of the five girls learn to heal and move on with healthier versions of their lives. 
 
 

 

CAST, STUDENT DIRECTOR, AND STAGE MANAGER BIOGRAPHIES

 

Southern Belle / Actor's Nightmare

Michaela FaithMichaela Faith (Ash) (she/her) is a freshman at Aquinas College who is currently undecided on her major. She has been involved in many theatrical productions before college, including The Wizard of Oz, Peter and the Starcatcher, The Sound of Music, and more! Michaela hopes to continue pursuing theatre for many more years to come.
Kikka GoKikka Go (she/her) (Carly) is currently a junior at Aquinas College. She is double majoring in International Studies and Geography. All of This and The Actor's Nightmare will be her third experience with AQ Theatre. Her previous involvements include two plays for her friends' directing class. Kikka works for the box office at the AQ Performing Arts Center. 
Shannon HeldtShannon Heldt (she/her) (Director)  is currently a senior at Aquinas College majoring in Theatre with minors in Music (Voice) and Communication. She is so happy to be back on the AQ stage for her last production as an actor before she graduates in December. Her most notable credits include Eurydice/other in Metamorphoses (Aquinas College), Loud Stone in Eurydice (GRCC Players), Aramis in The Three Musketeers (Circle Theatre), and Poppy the Stagehand in The Play That Goes Wrong (Circle Theatre). Shannon hopes to continue her love for acting in community theatre and working in the business side of it in the future! She gives a massive thank you to her parents and friends for supporting her throughout the years - she couldn’t have done it without you all!
Gabrielle LeeGabrielle Lee (she/her) (Sarah/Amanda) is a sophomore at Aquinas College studying Theatre with a love of musical performance, coinciding with her minor in Music. Favorite credits include the Gramophone in Failure: A Love Story, Aphrodite in Metamorphoses, and Judy Bernly in 9 to 5. No stranger to working with the wonderful Shannon Heldt, Gabrielle has also participated in scene-work for her in Stupid Fucking Bird as Emma, and Constellations as Marianne. Gabrielle thanks you for coming and hopes you enjoy the hilarious For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls and The Actor's Nightmare.
Jordan MaloneJordan Malone (he/him) (Henry/Tom) recently graduated Aquinas College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Liturgical Music. Jordan has studied organ, piano, composition, conducting, and voice. He currently serves as the Director of Sacred Music at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church and School. Recent past shows include Sweeney Todd (Circle Theatre), 9 to 5 the musical and The Arkansas Bear (Aquinas College). Jordan also music directed and played for The British Invasion concert at Circle Theatre. 
Annah StangAnnah Stang (she/her) (Ginny) is excited for you to see this incredible production directed by an incredible student. As both a Theatre minor and enthusiast, she is no stranger to the stage. Outside of the Arts, Annah enjoys yoga, Colorguard, and as much coffee as possible. She thanks her mother and partner for their continued support of her various endeavors.
Fiona WalshFiona Walsh (she/her) (Stage Manager) is currently a sophomore at Aquinas College. She is double majoring in Theatre and Business Administration with a Concentration in Marketing. This is Fiona’s fifth show with Aquinas. Her previous credits include; Metamorphoses (ASM), The Thanksgiving Play (SM), 9 to 5 (ASM), and Failure: A Love Story (ASM). When Fiona is not doing something with the theatre program, she is the secretary of Aquinas’ Student Senate. 
Isaac ZittelIsaac Zittel (he/him) (George/Lawrence) is currently a junior at Grand Rapids Community College and has appeared in productions of Les Misérables, It's a Wonderful Life, Get Smart, and more. "It's been an incredible experience to work with such talented individuals." His favorite line in the play is "Oh, how ghastly!"

 

Waking Nightmare

Camille BistrekCamille Bistrek (she/her) (Oenone) is a senior at Aquinas College studying Elementary Education with a minor in Theatre. Some of her previous credits include: Fastrada in Pippin (Loy Norrix Theater), Toni in One of Our Own, and Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind (AQ Theatre). In her spare time, she enjoys being outdoors and listening to one of her many bops, such as “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy” by Rod Stewart. She thanks her Mother, Father, Stepmother, and her loving boyfriend, Noah.
Madeline CampbellMadeline Campbell (she/her) (Phaedra) is excited to take the stage in her first Aquinas Theatre Production. She is currently a senior at Aquinas College, studying Social Studies and Secondary Education to achieve her dream of becoming a high school history teacher. She is a lover of history and the arts and is thrilled to take part in Waking Nightmare as Phaedra. She thanks her family and friends, the living blessings in her life, without whom she would not be here today, as well as the women of Meijer Hall and all of its adjacents, who have filled her college years with laughter, late night talks, and so much love.
Drew HuegliDrew Huegli (he/him) (Hippolytus) is a junior at Aquinas College, majoring in Communication with Theatre Emphasis with a minor in Biology. Drew has been doing theatre for as long as he can remember. He has been a part of productions at Civic Theatre (School of Rock), Stage GR (Footloose, Frozen Jr.), East Grand Rapids High School (The Pirate Show, Mary Poppins) and the Aquinas College Theatre Program (Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, The Thanksgiving Play). He has always loved how magical theatre is, how it can transform a small dark space and turn it into anything you can imagine. Theatre has given him a space to explore new perspectives and ideas. He hopes you all enjoy the show! He is thankful to be part of this show, as working with Katie and the rest of the cast has been the highlight of his semester!
Jhaiell KilgoreJhaiell Kilgore (he/him) (Theseus) is a 2022 graduate of Public Museum High and in his sophomore year at Grand Rapids Community College majoring in Theatre. He has acted in Kill Move Paradise (GRCC Players), Lobby Hero (GRCC Players), and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Circle Theatre). He thanks Katie, Annmarie, and the whole cast for giving him this opportunity and helping him feel welcome in an unfamiliar environment.
Annmarie PuzioAnnmarie Puzio (she/her) (Stage Manager) is currently a senior at Aquinas College studying Child Life, with a minor in Theatre. This is Annmarie's sixth time as a Stage Manager at Aquinas College, with previous credits including Big Smoke, Metamorphoses, and Failure: A Love Story. This is Annmarie's first time stage managing a one-act play and is honored Katie picked her for such an unique experience. Annmarie hopes to continue her journey in theatre and one day become a professional stage manager. She gives a special thank you and dedication to the late Doré Furstenberg who helped foster her deep love for theatre. "Some of my favorite people" ~ Doré Furstenberg 2019 
Katie Schneider-ThomasKatie Schneider-Thomas (she/her) (Director) is so excited to be finishing out her time at Aquinas with Waking Nightmare! She is a senior at Aquinas with majors in Theatre and Communication and a minor in German. In addition to directing, Katie is currently training in intimacy coordination and served as the intimacy coordinator and assistant director for the Aquinas College production Ada and the Engine. Her recent acting credits include Failure: A Love Story (Gerty), The Thanksgiving Play (Logan), Too Much Light (Herself) and Metamorphoses (Midas). Katie thanks her wonderful friends and family who have come to every show and supported her endlessly throughout her time at Aquinas as well as the cast and crew for making this show so special. 

 

All of This

Kikka GoKikka Go (she/her) (Carly) is currently a junior at Aquinas College. She is double majoring in International Studies and Geography. All of This and The Actor's Nightmare will be her third experience with AQ Theatre. Her previous involvements include two plays for her friends' directing class. Kikka works for the box office at the AQ Performing Arts Center. 
Ainslie GranzettoAinslie Granzetto (she/her) (Wild Mia) hails from Holland Christian High School and usually lives in Holland, MI. She has been doing theatre for over 8 years and loves it.
Eliana HillikerEliana Hilliker (she/her) (Eloise) is attending Grand Rapids Community College for an Associates of Arts in Theater. Past acting experience includes GRCC’s production of Tiger’s Be Still as Sherry Wickman and various high school and community theater shows, such as Hercules and Winnie the Pooh. In her free time between work and school, she enjoys writing, journaling, and discovering new coffee shops. Eliana thanks Hannah, Rhodey, Scott Harman, and all the designers for an amazing production crew as well as Ainslie, Abby, and Kikka for being amazing cast members. She also thanks the Lord for giving her another production to experience. She’s incredibly grateful for this opportunity!
Abby KozalAbby Kozal (she/her) (Mia) will be playing Mia in tonight's performance. She is from Kent City, MI. She is majoring in English: Writing and minoring in Studio Arts. In her free time, she enjoys drawing, reading comics, listening to David Bowie, and going on long-winded rants about her favorite shows. This is Abby's first performance with AQ Theatre, and she hopes you enjoy the show!
Rhodey Matzke (they/them) (Stage Manager) is a first-year student at Aquinas College and is thrilled to have everyone here for today's performance of All of This. They are incredibly happy to be working with the astounding cast and crew for this show, who have been kind and supportive as they step into the role of stage manager for the first time at AQ!  Please, enjoy the show!
Hannah MoreyHannah Morey (she/her) (Director) is very proud to be back for her final year at Aquinas College with her debut as a director! After being in seven AQ Theatre productions, Hannah finally wanted to try out her directing cap. Because she also wrote the piece she is directing, she has a strong connection to the characters and subsequently, those playing said characters. Hannah thanks everybody who made her play a reality. She also thanks her family for their never-ending support and love, as it has gotten her through all of this.

 

Adventurer's Anonymous

Michaela FaithMichaela Faith (Ash) (she/her) is a freshman at Aquinas College who is currently undecided on her major. She has been involved in many theatrical productions before college, including The Wizard of Oz, Peter and the Starcatcher, The Sound of Music, and more! Michaela hopes to continue pursuing theatre for many more years to come.
Summer HickokSummer Hickok (Sylvie) (she/he) is in her fourth year at Aquinas College with an English with Literature Emphasis major as well as minors in Communication, and English with Writing Emphasis. This is Summer's third show at Aquinas with previous credits including ensemble in Head Over Heels (Aquinas), Borealis in Belonging Without Strings (Aquinas), Iago in Othello (Bard Book Club), and Liesl in The Sound of Music (City High Middle). When not onstage, Summer writes poetry, does queer readings of classic literature, and collects rocks on the shores of Lake Michigan. She thanks her friends and family, as well as the Greek gods of performance, Apollo and Dionysus.
Mia MeyerMia Meyer (she/her) (Sam) is a senior at Aquinas College, and after years of being too busy to even think about theatre, she is delighted to return to the stage in Adventurers Anonymous. Previously, she has been an ensemble member in The Wizard of Oz, Seussical the Musical, Titanic the Musical, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Mia thanks all of her friends who encouraged her to audition, helped her with lines, and supported her throughout this journey, reminding her that she’s beloved. 
Delaney PocevichDelaney Pocevich (Justine) (she/her) is a freshman at Aquinas and Adventurers Anonymous is her first acting role in college. She has done theater in high school and is glad to bring it forward into college. 
Megan SchnipkeMegan Schnipke (Director) (she/her) is a third-year student at Aquinas College, majoring in Communication with a Theatre Emphasis and Secondary Education. Megan has been a part of multiple Aquinas College productions, including The Thanksgiving Play as assistant stage manager, as well as Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, Big Smoke, and Head Over Heels, all as ensemble members. Megan thanks her three sisters for always supporting her interests, even if they like to annoy her. Megan also thanks her parents for being there with her every step of the way.
Cristiana Worthams (she/her) (Stage Manager) is a freshman at AQ, and this is her first college production! She thanks Scott and Megan for giving her this opportunity as well as her friends and family for all the support.
Eileen ZielkeEileen Zielke (she/her) (Haley) is a senior studying English Literature with a passion for the arts. Her favorite role is from Failure: A Love Story, playing a chorus member, Marietta Fail, the Dog, and Grandfather Clock! She appreciates her family and friends for their encouragement. Extending her gratitude, she thanks AQ Theatre for welcoming her with open arms, inspiring her as she grows as a performer. “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” ~ Maya Angelou.

 

PRODUCTION CREW

Intimacy and Fight Coordinator Katie Schneider-Thomas
Graphic Design Shannon Heldt
Light Operator Kerrigan Smedley
Sound Operator Atlan Lasher
Scene Shop Assistant Fiona Walsh
Theatre Office Assistant Katie Schneider-Thomas

 

PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTION TEAM

 

Penny Avery (she/her) (Theatre Program Director) joined the Aquinas College faculty in 1994 and currently serves as both the Communication Department Chairperson and the Theatre Program Director with a PhD in Communication from Michigan State University and a MA and BS from Central Michigan University in Secondary Education with certification in English and Speech/Theatre. She was a member of the facility planning team when the Performing Arts Center was designed and loves to see the space being utilized to share arts with diverse audiences through Aquinas College’s partnerships with Community Circle Theatre and the Grand Rapids Catholic Schools. In her early years at AQ, she taught Children’s Theatre (suitably renamed Theatre for Youth and Education) and directed several productions, including The Great Cross Country Race and Charlotte’s Web.

Kelsey Edwards (she/her) (Set Designer) is a graduate of Adrian College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre. She has been involved in many productions as a technical director and stage manager. Kelsey is very excited to be working as technical director for this season at Aquinas College. She also has experience in scenic design, costume design, and property master. As of recent, Kelsey has worked on The Moors (2021), Blithe Spirit (2021), Spitfire Grill (2021), and Abigail/1702 (2022) as a technical director.

Jason J Flannery (he/him) (Directing Advisor) is a Grand Rapids area theatre artist, and an adjunct professor of Acting, Directing, and Improvisation at Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Valley State University and Aquinas College. He holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Directing from Lindenwood University, where he studied directing, acting, and scenic art. He has recently worked in Grand Rapids as a director for productions which include Grand Concourse (GRCC, 2023), Bard to Go, Bardic Inspiration (GVSU, 2022), A Doll’s House, Part 2 (GRCC, 2022), Eurydice (GRCC, 2022), The Foreigner (AQ, 2019), Wilderness (GRCC, 2019), as well as Actors’ Theatre’s upcoming production of Paradise Lost (2024).

Scott Harman (he/him) (Director of Production) is Assistant Professor of Theatre and Director of Theatre Production at Aquinas College. He is a PhD Candidate in Theatre at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He also holds an MA in Theatre History from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a BA in Theatre and Dance from Alma College. He has taught at Grand Valley State University, Alma College, Parkland College, and he is a longtime summer faculty member at the Interlochen Center for the Arts. He has worked as an actor, director, technician, teacher, and playwright at various theatre companies and schools around the country. As a scholar and researcher, he works extensively on acting theory and pedagogy.

Jess Luiz (she/her) (Costume Designer) has been a member of the Grand Rapids theatre community for over a decade, participating as a costume designer, performer, props designer and audience member. She studied Theatre at Northern Michigan University. Her recent credits include 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Three Musketeers, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, and Sweeney Todd. Jess also serves as a teaching artist, sharing her love of storytelling and design through theatre arts with kids and adults of all abilities throughout the West Michigan area. She is grateful to her husband Jason for his support and their two kids for providing laughter, play, new ideas, and all the hugs. 

Catherine Marlett-Dreher (she/her) (Lighting Designer) has designed lights for over 300 productions in the West Michigan area, including shows for Grand Rapids Civic Theatre, Circle Theatre, Actors’ Theatre, Jewish Theatre Grand Rapids, Aquinas College, Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids Community College and Cornerstone University. Aquinas credits include: I Love you, You’re Perfect, Now Change, Distracted, Dracula, The Illusion, A Year With Frog and Toad, Love and Information, Enchanted April, Arabian Nights, Hotel Cassiopeia and many more. She works as the Production Manager and Resident Lighting Designer at Grand Rapids Civic Theatre.

Gabby Rane (she/her) (Props Designer) is so excited to be back as the prop designer for the Student Directed One Acts. As an alumnae of Aquinas College, she holds a B.A. in Theatre with a technical emphasis. As well as prop designing Failure: A Love Story, Gabby just finished Stage Managing Carrie The Musical with Betka-Pope Productions. This year’s credits also include Ensemble in 9 to 5 the musical at Aquinas College, Mother/Ensemble in Three Musketeers at Circle Theatre and working as a costume assistant to Jess Luiz for Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and Sweeney Todd. Gabby has previously worked behind the scenes with Pigeon Creek Shakespeare company, Ebony Road Players, and Civic Theatre. If she isn’t doing theatre, you can find Gabby at home cuddling her cat, making dinner or slinging drinks as a barista. She thanks her boyfriend Patrick for his unending support and her family and friends for their continuous encouragement.

Selene Rezmer (she/her) (Sound Designer) has been doing shows in Grand Rapids since 2009, learning to fall in love with audio while exploring the glorious worlds that only theatre can provide. Selene graduated from Aquinas College in 2013 and has since spent most of her free time in various theaters around town, from Civic and Circle to Forest Hills Central and Caledonia. Some of her favorite shows that she has worked on include Chicago, Fun Home, The Addams Family, Caroline or Change, Young Frankenstein, Little Shop of Horrors, Reckless, Book of Days, and Rent. She thanks Kels and Vanessa for their unending love, especially when forced to listen to sound effects, songs, and voiceovers on repeat while shows are being worked on. 

 


 

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