The Ladies Foursome Cast
Cherie B. Albury (Margot)
Cherie was last seen on the WCP stage as Georgia Dean in Doublewide, TX Christmas. Her more recent endeavors here have been with decorating our sets. Other WCP on-stage appearances include: Calendar Girls, Sonia and Vanya and Masha and Spike, Doublwide, TX, Red Velvet Cake Wars, Rexes Exes and Last Roundup on the Guacamole Queens. Other local productions include: Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd, Carmen in Curtains, Leading Player in Pippin, Vera Charles in Mame.
Colleen Coughenour (Connie)
Colleen is excited to be a part of West Coast Player’s virtual theatre adventure. As always, we’d much rather be in the room with you and on the stage with each other. Nonetheless, we hope that you will widen your “suspension of disbelief” from the stage to the virtual screen. We will do our best to help you in that endeavor. Favorite past roles include ensemble in Rightfully Her’s, most recently seen on the WCP’s virtual stage. Rita, The Lyons, Jimmy Wy, Guacamole Queens and Martha, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf. Thank you to Kenn and Gary for the extras needed to bring this show to life. Gratitude to my family for sharing space with the woman making loud, off color comments in the next room. Lastly - a HUGE thank-you to YOU for supporting West Coast Players during this “stranger than fiction” season. Hope to see you back in the seats soon!
Janice Creneti (Dory)
Janice is thrilled to be a part of this foursome, having shared the stage many times with each of these talented actors. Recent WCP performance credits include Love, Loss and What I Wore (Nora & others), Lysistrata in Lysistrata and Susan B. Anthony and others in Rightfully Hers. Other favorite roles include Leona in Small Craft Warnings (STAR Award) at WCP, Puck in Midsummer Night’s Dream (STAR Award) at EOT, and Remy in Grotesque Lovesongs at GCP. She thanks Kenn, Gary, and Thom for taking the deep dive into Zoom theater. She thanks Jason and her parents for their ongoing support. As WCP’s Artistic Director she understands that now, more than ever, the show MUST go on, and she deeply thanks you for continuing to support West Coast Players until we can safely open our doors and once again bring you great in-person theater.
Kim Florio (Tate)
Kim Florio (Tate) is happy to be doing theatre (even in Zoom form) and getting the opportunity to share the “stage” with these incredible women. Usually Kim is busy directing a thriving theatre program at East Lake High School and spending her summers in Banner Elk, North Carolina performing professionally. This spring and summer have been a bit different. So, she is looking forward to when live theatre will flourish again! She is thankful to WCP for allowing her to play roles that reflect her “real” life….begging the question; “Does life reflect art or art reflect life?” Thank you for joining the girls on the golf course. Remember your golf etiquette. Enjoy the show.