Plaza Suite Cast
Georgia Muttillo (Karen Nash)
Georgia is excited to make her debut at the Brecksville Theatre. Georgia has appeared in several shows throughout the community in the last several years including Gypsy (Mazepa) , Oklahoma, Dearly Departed, Anna In The Tropics, My Fair Lady, Damn Yankees, Dearly Beloved, The Women, and Plaza Suite at Cassidy Theatre to name a few. Brecksville Theatre provides an inviting and intimate space for the opportunity to reprise this role. Thank you to Brenton, cast, crew, production team and the audience for the privilege of sharing life through the arts.
Mark Moore (Sam Nash)
Mark is excited to make his debut at The Brecksville Theatre, and to share the stage with this talented cast. Mark has been involved with several theaters in the area. Favorite roles include Horace Vandegelder in the recent production of Hello Dolly in Independence, Mr. Banks in Mary Poppins, with the Hudson players, and Bill Clinton in Hillary a Modern Greek Tragedy with a (Somewhat) Happy Ending at Chagrin Valley Little Theater.
Christian Achkar (Bellhop/Borden Eisler)
Christian is thrilled to be once again working with The Brecksville Theatre. He previously played Stanley Kowalski in "A Streetcar Named Desire"(2019). Christian attended Bowling Green State University on the Eva Marie Saint Scholarship for acting ability and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Film. He was most recently seen at Chagrin Valley Little Theater as Vincent in "The Art of Murder". In 2016 the OCTA Regional awarded Christian with an Excellence in Acting for his role as Versati in "The Underpants"(CVLT).
John Grad (Waiter)
John most recently appeared in the Garfield Players production of “It’s a Wonderful Life” as Clarence, the angel. John is happy to return to Brecksville Theatre, having last appeared there in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”. He has enjoyed being involved in community theatre since the 1970’s and estimates he has been in over 50 shows, including his appearance as a paid extra in the movie “The Avengers”. John is retired, enjoys bicycling, golf and traveling with his wife, Pam.
Kaycee Craig (Jean McCormack)
Kaycee is excited to finally grace the Brecksville stage. No stranger to the world of theater, Kaycee has been seen performing around the greater Cleveland/Akron areas for over two decades. Some of her favorite roles include Martha Doby in Children's Hour, Violet Imbry in Play On, and Theresa in The Italian American Reconcilation. Kaycee is also a member of Cleveland's very own outlaw Burlesque Troupe, The Red Hot Heathens.
Brett Heidinger (Jesse Kiplinger)
Sarah Price (Muriel Tate)
Mia Radabaugh (Norma Hubley)
Mia is thrilled to make her debut at The Brecksville Theatre. You may have seen her around the Akron/Cleveland area most recently in Blithe Spirit (Violet Bradman), Lend me a Tenor (Maria), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Martha) and Tartuffe (Elmire). She’s been on stage at Western Reserve Playhouse, Cassidy Theatre, Ensemble Theatre, Rubber City Theatre, and The Center in Akron. She would like to thank her friends and family for always supporting her.
Lou Petrucci (Roy Hubley)
Lou Petrucci (Roy Hubley) is making his return to The Brecksville Theatre after half-a-lifetime away, last appearing as Mr. Mushnik in the (almost) all-teen cast of 'Little Shop of Horrors' over fifteen years ago. No stranger to Northeast Ohio stages, Lou holds a BFA in Drama from New York University, and calls Cassidy Theatre in Parma Heights his home. Most recently Lou wrapped production on his directorial debut with Cassidy's 'The 39 Steps', and was last on-stage in Independence's 'Hello Dolly', Cassidy's 'Lend Me a Tenor', and Medina's 'Little Shop of Horrors' last Fall. He's very excited to return to what he considered in his youth as his second home-away-from home at Brecksville Theatre with 'Plaza Suite'. "Big thanks Brenton for the opportunity!"
Emily Sindyla (Mimsey Hubley)
Emily is excited to be taking the stage at The Brecksville Theatre again. Her last performance on this stage was at age three, tap dancing with her mom to “Yankee Doodle.” Emily graduated from BGSU in May 2019 with a degree in Dance and Business Administration. She danced with Bowling Green’s performing arts, competed nationally with the BGSU Dance Team, and was a member of University Dance Alliance. Emily currently is working at Equitable Advisors. She also teaches dance at Caliber Dance Company. Break legs all…”I’m ready now!”