Webster City Community Theatre presents ‘The Bold, the Young and the Murdered’
WEBSTER CITY — Love the soaps? Love a murder mystery with lots of laughs? Then Webster City Community Theatre’s “The Bold, the Young and the Murdered” has just what you’re looking for.
The hunky hero has self-esteem issues, its villainous old man is more interested in soup, and its heroines are slightly psychopathic. The executive producer gives the squabbling cast an ultimatum: complete one episode overnight or the show dies. But when the director ends up murdered and other cast members start dropping like flies, it seems like his threat might actually come true. Can these misfits discover the murdered before the show is literally killed off?
Since mid-January, 13 cast members have been in rehearsal under the direction of Angela Rottering. Eight of the actors play characters in the long-running soap opera, “The Bold and the Young.”
Austin Hayek as Morris Nyborg playing the part of Jake Strong
Jim Hindt as Bill Wiley playing the part of Sebastian Strong
Dean Evans as John Burke playing the part of Valencio Di Carpathio
Cathy Olson as Cybil Dane playing the part of Mona Jeffries
LuAnn Jackson as Amy White playing the part of Eileen Silverstedt
Karina Murray as Danielle Farris playing the part of Jessica Silverstedt
Ken Theobald as Tyler Tripodo playing the part of Dr. Will Bradley
Alyssa Delaney as Lily Baumgartner playing the part of Sequoiya
The other five actors play production team members.
Paul Wagner as Miles, producer
Melissa Hindt as Oli, director
Sally Evans as Kaitlin, stage manager
Kelly Delaney as Brooke, camerawoman
Nicole Ose as Keri, the intern
Helping with the production are Stephanie Hill, assistant director; Kylee Hayek, production intern; stage crew Mary Sealine, Shelley Heikens, Judy Wagner and Lindsay Henderson; Sam Ose, Dale Arends, Wil Groves and Bill Greenley on tech; set builders and painters Wil Groves, Al Yungclas, Lynn Leksell, Angela and Quintin Rottering, Stephanie Hill, Ann McLaughlin, and Kylee Hayek; Lindsay Henderson, hair/makeup; Loween Getter, publicity; Stephanie Hill and Kylee Hayek, usher captains; Doug Getter, box office manager.
Performances are 2 p.m. today and March 22, and 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Tickets are $12. Tickets can be reserved by calling 515-832-4456, online at email@example.com, or at the box office at 1001 Willson Avenue. Box office hours are 5 to 7 p.m. during the week, 10 am to noon on Saturdays, and one hour prior to each show.
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