Welcome!

Welcome!

Dear Friends,

At this writing it has been 630 days since the COVID-19 pandemic forced us and theatres across the country to close. Initially, we imagined it would be a period of weeks, or perhaps a few months, before normal operations resumed. As time passed and the severity of the pandemic became more apparent our skeleton staff moved their office equipment to dining room tables and home offices. For sixteen months we ran the company via zoom, raising capital to keep us afloat so that when the time came we would be here to welcome you. It’s been a long time coming, but here we are elated to welcome you all home for the holidays with The 1940s Radio Hour.

As I sit and look back on the long and winding journey it took to get us here I am so grateful for so many people. The incredible staff who worked tirelessly and with flexibility to make anything we needed work. The amazing artists and creatives who stayed in contact and when the time came sprang into action and got right back to work creating these beautiful stories and worlds. The board, families and friends who threw their support behind Hillbarn and the staff to help ensure survival. I am also so grateful for you, our audience.

It’s been a scary time, and as we bravely go into this new chapter it’s only possible if you’re there with us. You are who we tell these stories to; who we laugh with, cry with, and learn with. There is a special alchemy to theatre that has been taken for granted, and I think we all realized during this time just how truly special it is. How there is a beautiful ritual when we gather, as a group, in the dark and make an agreement to go on a journey together. To let our guard down and be present. To invest in our community. There is magic there. A magic that has been sorely missed and I am elated to have it back.

So thank you for coming back, and please keep coming back. The magic is only here if you are. The stories only speak if you’re here to listen.

Welcome home,
Randy O’Hara

Dear Friends,
 
At this writing it has been 630 days since the COVID-19 pandemic forced us and theatres across the country to close. Initially, we imagined it would be a period of weeks, or perhaps a few months, before normal operations resumed. As time passed and the severity of the pandemic became more apparent our skeleton staff moved their office equipment to dining room tables and home offices. For sixteen months we ran the company via zoom, raising capital to keep us afloat so that when the time came we would be here to welcome you. It’s been a long time coming, but here we are elated to welcome you all home for the holidays with The 1940’s Radio Hour.
 
As I sit and look back on the long and winding journey it took to get us here I am so grateful for so many people. The incredible staff who worked tirelessly and with flexibility to make anything we needed work. The amazing artists and creatives who stayed in contact and when the time came sprang into action and got right back to work creating these beautiful stories and worlds. The board, families and friends who threw their support behind Hillbarn and the staff to help ensure survival. I am also so grateful for you, our audience.
 
It’s been a scary time, and as we bravely go into this new chapter it’s only possible if you’re there with us. You are who we tell these stories to; who we laugh with, cry with, and learn with. There is a special alchemy to theatre that has been taken for granted, and I think we all realized during this time just how truly special it is. How there is a beautiful ritual when we gather, as a group, in the dark and make an agreement to go on a journey together. To let our guard down and be present. To invest in our community. There is magic there. A magic that has been sorely missed and I am elated to have it back.
 
So thank you for coming back, and please keep coming back.  The magic is only here if you are. The stories only speak if you’re here to listen.
 
Welcome home,
Randy O’Hara

Hillbarn theatre & Conservatory

presents

Book by
Walton Jones

Based on an idea by
Walton Jones and Carol Lees

Music by
various composers

Show Cast
Kylie AbucayConnie
Jillian BaderAnn
Andrew CopeNeal
Alan CoynePops
Ray D’AmbrosioClifton Feddington
Joe GlossBiff
Juliet GreenPit Singer/Swing
Rosie IsselRosie
Kyle LaplanaWally Ferguson
Emily MaupinPit Singer, Connie Swing
Michelle McCombPit Singer/Ginger Swing
Fiona O’NeillGinger Brooks
Mark P. RobinsonJohnny Cantone
Alex RosenbergB.J. Gibson
Phaedra Tillery BoughtonGeneva
Eiko YamamotoLouise
Band
Piano/Conductor/ZootRick Reynolds
WoodwindsGeordie Frazer & Asa Stern
TrumpetsMike Galisatus & Joe Gloss
TromboneJason Loveman
BassAndrew Lawrence
DrumsBruce Campbell
AlternatesBrad Catania & Richard Mathias
Production team
Director/ChoreographerMichelle Greenberg-Shannon
Music DirectionRick Reynolds
Stage ManagerRiver Bermudez-Sanders
Costume DesignerPam Lampkin
Lighting DesignerPamila Gray
Sound DesignRon Ho
Technical DirectorEric Olson
Set DesignerEric Olson
Scenic ArtistTina Patrick
Prop MasterRosie Issel
Special Thanks: San Mateo High School, Eric and Adria Olson, Dan Demers, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, Woodside Community Players, Donna Losey, Foster City Parks and Recreation, Eiko Yamamoto and Asa Hammond, Jim Ambler and Jules Indelicato.
 
The 1940’s Radio Hour is presented by special arrangement with Concord Theatrical Corp., 250 West 57th St., 6th Floor, New York, NY 10107-0102. ConcordTheatricals.com
 
Performance Dates: December 2 to 19, 2021
Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 East Hillsdale Boulevard, Foster City, CA 94404
 
The performance lasts approximately 100 minutes with a brief 10-minute intermission.
 
Please note the location of all exits. Please turn off your cell phones and other electronic devices. Photography, videotaping, or other recording of this production is strictly prohibited. No food or drink will be allowed in the theatre. Masks, covering your nose and mouth, must be worn at all times while in the building. Enjoy the show!

1285 E. Hillsdale Blvd.,
Foster City, CA
650.349.6411
boxoffice@hillbarntheatre.org
www.hillbarntheatre.org

Randy O’Hara
Interim Artistic Director

Staff

Randy O’Hara
Interim Artistic Director

Adrienne Kaori Walters
Interim Conservatory Director

River Bermudez-Sanders
Resident Stage Manager and Dramaturge

Pam Lampkin
Development Associate

Brigitte Losey
Social Media Associate and Box Office Lead

Alan Hafter
Box Office Associate

Eve Cheney
Box Office Associate

Kevin Low
Facilities and House Manager

Judy Gee
Front of House Manager

Tasi Alabastro
Stream Runner

Samantha Ricci
Online Content Manager

Board of Directors

Lisa WolfKlain
President

Craig Courtin
Vice President

David Grisham
Treasurer

Jan Pickering
Secretary

Paul Reagan
Past President

Liz Buljan
Doris Duncan
Saili Gosula
Anthone Jackson
Robert Sloss
Helena Ting
Gary Stanford Jr.
Sara Steppe
Mark Watson

Board Emeritus

T. Jack Foster Jr.
Honorary Chair

Mary Moore
Gary Harris
Rosemary Rodd
Nancy Lee Jalonen
Rich Biederman
Norm Book
Christine Krolik
Regina Quigley
Lori Silverstein
Judy Waterman

Production Biographies

Cast

Headshot of Kylie Abucay

Kylie Abucay

Connie
Kylie (she/her) is super excited to finally be back on stage again, especially with the Hillbarn family! She is currently a nursing student and a children’s ballet director & teacher at Broadway Babies and Kids. Her most recent/pre-pandemic roles include Crystal in Little Shop of Horrors (Hillbarn) and Sandy in Grease (BBBay). She’d like to thank her supportive family and friends who have continued to cheer her on. Enjoy the show! 

Headshot photo of Jillian Bader

Jillian Bader

Ann
Jillian (she/her) is thrilled to make her Hillbarn debut! A Bay Area native, she has performed at theme parks and theaters throughout California as well as Orlando, Florida. She also spent a year at sea singing on Azamara Club Cruises. Recent Bay Area credits include Sibella- A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, SBMT; Maria- Sound of Music, FMT; Chess in Concert & 110 in the Shade, 42nd Street Moon; JC Superstar, ROLT. When not performing, Jillian loves to travel, knit and watch TV with her husband and their pets – a labradoodle and 2 cats!

Headshot Photo of Andrew Cope

Andrew Cope

Neal
Andrew Cope (he/him) is delighted to be spending his holiday season performing in his first show with Hillbarn Theatre. He most recently performed in SCP’s Big Fish and SBMT’s A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder. He thanks all his friends, family, coworkers, and his pet tortoise for their love and support.

Headshot photo of Alan Coyne

Alan Coyne

Pops
Alan (he/him) is making his Hillbarn Theatre debut. He has previously appeared with Custom Made Theatre (Braggart Soldier, Chess, Cloud 9), SF Shakespeare Festival (Hamlet, Comedy of Errors, Macbeth, Pericles), and We Players (Caesar Maximus, Psychopomp). He has written for PianoFight, SF Olympians, and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and excerpts from his musical The Theory of Everything were performed at Musical Cafe’s summer showcase in 2016. You can see him next spring at Central Works (Escape from the Asylum) and in an online production of Nick Payne’s Constellations, available in January.
Headshot Photo of Ray D’Ambrosio

Ray D’Ambrosio

Clifton Feddington
Ray D’Ambrosio (he/him) is happy to return for his fourth Hillbarn appearance, following Hunchback of Notre Dame, Legally Blonde, and Amadeus.  This is Ray’s second post-pandemic performance, following Working, A Musical at Palo Alto players in the fall.  Other favorite roles include Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady (SBMT), Billy Flynn in Chicago (Stage 1), Cogsworth in Beauty and the Beast and Moonface Martin in Anything Goes (BBBay and PCRT), and Pontius Pilate in *Jesus Christ Superstar (*Stage 1) (TBA Award). Forever love and thankfulness for my power-behind-the-microphone, my wife Donna.

Joe Gloss

Biff
Joe (he/him) is thrilled to return on stage here at Hillbarn Theatre. In his free time, you can find Joe scatting in his room, engaging in musical festivities, working out with his dog and cooking. He would like to thank the cast, crew, the artistic team, his family and friends for all of their support!
Headshot photo of Juliet Green

Juliet Green

Pit Singer/Swing

Juliet (she/her) is grateful to be back (live!) at Hillbarn, where she was last seen as the Beggar Woman in Sweeney Todd, and has also appeared there in My Way and City of Angels. Other recent roles include Miss Shields in A Christmas Story, Mama Murphy in Bright Star and the Lady of the Lake in Spamalot (all with Palo Alto Players), and the Witch in Los Altos Stage’s Into the Woods. By day, she teaches music and drama at Corte Madera School in Portola Valley (Go Panthers!) and sings with vocal jazz quartet Clockwork.

Headshot photo of Rosie Issel

Rosie Issel

Rosie
Rosie (she/her) discovered her passion for theater by accident when the volunteer coordinator for a theater production her son was involved in needed someone to do props. She had no idea what that meant but it sounded like fun. Rosie has designed properties for Hillbarn, WCT, PPP and SHMS and has been known to travel outside the country in search of the perfect item. During the day she is a freelance translator. Thanks to Michelle, Rick, River, and Dan for the opportunity to play once again and reminding her to shut the door. Love to David, Chris, Taryn, Sam, and Harrison.

Headshot photo of Kyle Laplana

Kyle Laplana

Wally Ferguson
Kyle (he/him) is 19 years old and ecstatic to be joining Hillbarn Theatre for its triumphant return to the stage! Although he only discovered the theater arts, he immediately fell in love, joining his high school productions of RENT, Aladdin, Once on This Island, and Sister Act! Kyle will be making his Hillbarn debut and is very excited to see what else is in store for him in the wonderful world of Bay Area theater! He thanks his friends, family, and fellow castmates for everything and hopes you enjoy our show!
Headhot photo of Emily Maupin

Emily Maupin

Pit Singer, Connie Swing
Emily Maupin (she/her) is a college student at College of San Mateo who has a passion for all kinds of dance. She has previously been in the ensemble in Anything Goes with Hillbarn, and was preparing to perform as Roxie Hart in Chicago at Skyline College, until COVID-19 changed all our lives. She’s excited and thankful to return to Hillbarn with the 1940’s radio hour, where she’s performing with such fun and talented people. She hopes everyone enjoys the first returning Hillbarn mainstage show and stays safe over the holidays.
Headshot photo of Michelle McComb

Michelle McComb

Pit Singer/Ginger Swing
Michelle (she/her) is so excited to be back performing at Hillbarn! Prior to the pandemic, she was in the cast of Hillbarn’s Mamma Mia and Anything Goes, and designed the props for their production of Newsies. Michelle is on the board at Pacifica Spindrift Players as the VP of Grants and Sponsorships. By day, she gets to dream up makeup shade names as the Senior Copywriter at KVD Beauty. Much love and big thanks to her husband Cody for all his support!
Headshot photo of FIona O’Neill

FIona O’Neill

Ginger Brooks
Fiona (she/her) is so grateful to be back on the stage at Hillbarn. She is a musical theater and theater jazz instructor at Spark of Creation Studio, and recently graduated from the Skyline College cosmetology program. Past theater credits include Vanessa in In the Heights, Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods, Francisca in West Side Story, and Chastity in Anything Goes. She’d like to thank her friends and family for their love and support. “Enjoy the show!”
Headshot photo of Mark P. Robinson

Mark P. Robinson

Johnny Cantone
Mark P. Robinson (he/him/his) For the last decade, Robinson has worked as a jazz singer, performing widely in the Bay Area. In recent years he has expanded his horizons to acting and legit singing. His theatrical credits include roles with Opera Parallèle, Cinnabar Theater, Oregon’s Siletz Bay Music Festival, Woodminster Summer Musicals, Bay Area Musicals, South Bay Musical Theater, Silicon Valley Shakespeare, and 42nd Street Moon. He’s currently in production with roles in three independent films.
Headshot photo of Alex Rosenberg

Alex Rosenberg

B.J. Gibson
Alex Rosenberg (he/him) is a multi-faceted performance artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Alex has a BFA in Dance from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, where he performed in works by Meghan Frederick, Randy James, Martha Graham, and Bill T. Jones. Previous Roles Include: Newsies (Elmer), Marathon Dancing (Matthew), RENT (Ensemble), CATS (Pouncival), Avenue Q (Rod), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Barfée). Off-stage, Alex is the Media Director for Zelda Universe and spends time playing video games poorly on Twitch. He thanks his friends and family for their endless support. https://wlo.link/@alexrosenberg
Headshot photo of Phaedra Tillery Boughton

Phaedra Tillery Boughton

Geneva
Phaedra Tillery Boughton (she/her) is a Bay Area based actor and arts advocate.  Her past theater productions include Newsies, The Color Purple, To Kill a Mockingbird (Hillbarn). Caroline or Change, Little Shop of Horrors (Ray Of Light Theatre & Sitka Fine Arts), Newsies (Woodminster), Tarzan (PAP), Avenue Q (NCTC). She consistently challenges the concept of traditional theatre and finds new ways to push the boundaries of creativity and inclusion in the theatre community. She thanks her friends and family for their continued support. She sends an extra special thanks to her wife Jasmine, daughter NuPhaeya and Bonus son Michael. You three are dreams in reality!
Headshot Photo of Eiko Yamamoto

Eiko Yamamoto

Louise
Eiko Yamamoto’s (she/they) recent credits: Elizabeth Condell in The Book of Will (Foothill Theatre Arts); Working (Palo Alto Players); Love, Loss, and What I Wore (Montalvo Arts). Other select credits: Sarom, world premiere of Downtown Crossing (Company One); Sugar u/s, Letter Writer #2 u/s in Tiny Beautiful Things (San Francisco Playhouse); Meiko in Eureka Day (Spreckels Theatre Company). She’s worked at Berkeley Rep, Pear Theatre, The Dragon, and PianoFight. Upcoming: Shoshana in December: a new musical, stage reading (Z Space), Steel Magnolias (Los Altos Stage Company). She is an alumna of University of California Los Angeles. eikoyamamoto.com, @eikoyh

Creative

Michelle Greenberg-Shannon

Director
Michelle Shannon (she/her) is excited to be back at Hillbarn Theatre. Michelle returns to the Bay Area from a successful career as a Musical Theatre performer in New York and throughout the US on tours. She holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from the Boston Conservatory of Music with a minor in Directing. Directing The Diary of Anne Frank, changed her perspective on composition and storytelling making her very excited to put theatre on the stage in her own way. Michelle was also lucky enough to assist tapper Sue Ronson, a legend in her own right, and tutored students while at the Conservatory. She was the captain of the TBC Hoofers, an a cappella tap group that performed all over Boston.

She then expanded her artistic world and studied film production at the New York Film Academy. She was fortunate enough to work for HBO documentaries, Spike Lee, and Michael Moore during her last years in New York.  
 
Michelle has been teaching young, professional thespians for many years all over the Bay Area. It is important to Michelle that each child feels comfortable and confident on stage with their peers. Her experience and passion for theatre and children (she has two little ones of her own) pushes her to keep learning and impart her knowledge on fellow thespians!

Rick Reynolds

Music Director
Rick Reynolds (he/him) is thrilled to return to Hillbarn and work with this cast and the executive and artistic staff. Past productions here include West Side Story, Legally Blonde, The 25th Annual…, Fiddler on the Roof, Sweet Charity, Sister Act, and Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. He has provided music direction to the Hillbarn Theatre Conservatory for the last 5 seasons. A Peninsula native, Rick has conducted and played in countless productions for Bay Area theatre groups including TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, Broadway by the Bay, San Jose Civic Light Opera, American Musical Theatre of San Jose, the Flint Center for the Performing Arts, and local colleges and schools. In the UK, he worked with the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London, the Chester Repertory in Wales, the Gilbert and Sullivan in Bedford, and Royal & Derngate in Northampton. Rick toured extensively throughout the US and Europe with various music and theatre groups. He served as resident music director for Peninsula Center Stage, Palo Alto Players, and L’Act for nine years. Rick provided contract music preparation for studio recordings used by theme parks such as Kings Entertainment and Marriott. World and regional premiere credits include The Secret Garden, Triumph of Love, Side Show, and Unlucky Duck (TheatreWorks Silicon Valley) and Hairspray, Beauty and the Beast, Into the Woods, Damn Yankees, 42nd Street, Guys and Dolls, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Broadway by the Bay). He has received awards and nominations for many past productions including 42nd Street, Damn Yankees, Jesus Christ Superstar, Bells are Ringing, Assassins and Oklahoma!

River Bermudez-Sanders

Stage Manager
River (they/he) is a recent graduate from Emerson College’s Musical Theatre program and is now pursuing a career in directing and playwrighting. They started working with Hillbarn in the summer of 2017 when they served as assistant choreographer for The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Since then, he has worked as stage manager and dramaturge for numerous Conservatory summer productions and is currently serving as Hillbarn’s Resident Stage Manager and Dramaturge. They are deeply invested in contributing to a new American theatre that openly challenges white supremacy culture. Directing work includes productions of The 25th Annual Putman County Spelling Bee and Little Women, as well as a number of concerts and revues. He is also the author of an award-winning thesis entitled “Latine Racial Protest in the American Musical Theatre” which explores the ways Latine artists are advocating for equity and change in the theatre industry. He has worked as a director, actor, stage manager, and teaching artist at companies around the Bay including Palo Alto Players, Children’s Fairyland, and the Oakland Theatre Project.

Pam Lampkin

Costume Designer
Pam Lampkin (she/her) is the Development Associate at Hillbarn Theatre. Her 20-year career as a costume designer/ draper for major Canadian Regional Theaters and many Bay Area companies such as ACT, TheatreWorks, San Jose Rep., Shakespeare Santa Cruz, and Opera San Jose segued into fundraising as she realized the need to feed the creatives! She now raises the funds needed to keep the Hillbarn Theatre vital and designs a show or two a season. Hillbarn audiences have seen her costumes in Fiddler on the Roof, The Woman in Black, Cabaret, A Christmas Carol and Newsies.

Pamila Gray

Lighting Designer
Pamila (she/her) has designed for musicals, operas, plays, dance, and industrials for twenty five years. Her designs have been seen in the Bay Area, Los Angels, Sacramento, Portland, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Colorado Springs, Fort Lauderdale, and Washington DC. Pamela is a graduate of Northwestern University and a member of United Scenic Artists.

Ron Ho

Sound Designer
Ron (he/him) has served as a technical director, lighting and sound designer for many local community theaters in the Bay Area. The shows are too numerous to list. He is thrilled to be working for Hillbarn, there are many wonderful people that he gets to work with and he feels privileged to be working with these folks.

Sophie Polakow

Crew
Sophie (she/her)  is really excited to do crew at Hillbarn again. She has previously been on crew for Legally Blonde (Hillbarn), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (SMHS), and Peter Pan (BMS). She is a sophomore at San Mateo High School and looks forwards to being part of many future productions.

Sivan Sarig

Crew
Sivan (she/they) is thrilled to be a part of crew in The 1940s Radio Hour! She has previously been on crew in Legally Blonde (Hillbarn), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (SMH), and Fiddler on the Roof (BMS). She is a freshman at San Mateo High School and looks forward to doing more shows in the future!

SUPPORTING HILLBARN

Supporting Hillbarn Theatre & Conservatory means you play a leading role in the creation of inventive, inclusive, community driven theatre. Every dollar goes directly to the work we present on our stage, to the artists and creatives who create it, and to the young people who will be our future leaders.
 
Thank you to the following donors whose generous gifts were
received between January 1, 2020, and November 28, 2021.
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