Letter from Adrienne

Being in high school has always been a battlefield. Whether it’s surviving the perpetual social warfare, or recovering from a pandemic and returning to in-person school after spending 2 years at a screen, the struggles of high school are timeless. And while there have always been the popular kids who have ruled the school, we can all be grateful we never had the Heathers.

 Heathers The Musical (based on the 1989 movie of the same name), is the anecdote to high school drama that gives you permission to laugh and cry while re-evalutating all of the serious issues facing these students. Originally written in the 80’s, the then absurd themes sadly resonate all too well with the students of today.
This cast tackles the difficult material and subject matter that this show introduces with grace and courage. Through the lens of comedy and absurdity, this musical puts a magnifying glass on the cracks of our society and the damage that it can cause. From unwanted sexual attention to attempted suicide, to gun violence, Heathers the Musical forces us to face the tremendous obstacles, challenges, and variables that face students today. By highlighting the absurdity and 1980’s camp that Heathers is built upon, the gravity of the issues that this show tackles is brought to light.

 While giggling at the quintessential 80’s nostalgia; scrunchies, teased hair, acid wash, and legwarmers, make as much noise as you can for our incredible Teen Company in Heathers the Musical! 
Sit back, grab a slurpee and some corn nuts (BQ obviously), and may the croquet match begin!
If you or anyone you know is in need of help, here are resources that are available 24/7
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

***The Lifeline and 988
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San Francisco Suicide Prevention 

California Coalition for Youth
Crisis Line: 1-800-843-5200


Hillbarn Theatre & Conservatory


Book, Music, and Lyrics by Kevin Murphy and Laurence
Based on the Film written by Daniel Waters

Directed by Adrienne Kaori Walters
Music Direction by Jad Bernardo

Heathers: The Musical was originally directed Off-Broadway by Andy Fickman and choreographed by Marguerite Derricks.
Originally produced by the American Stage Company, James N. Vagias, Executive Producer

HEATHERS THE MUSICAL is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals. www.concordtheatricals.com
Video or Audio recording of this performance by any means is strictly prohibited.

Special Thanks:
Arlene Marcos, Michelle Ayoob, Sam Ayoob, Brett Ayoob, Keri Vancea

Performance Dates: May 20 – 22, 2022
Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 East Hillsdale Boulevard, Foster City, CA 94404

The performance lasts approximately 2 hour and 10 min (Including a 15-minute intermission)

Please note the location of all exits. Please turn off your cell phones and other electronic devices. Photography, videotaping, or other recordings 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!

Hillbarn Logo and Title

1285 E. Hillsdale Blvd.,
Foster City, CA

Land Acknowledgment

Hillbarn Theatre acknowledges that it resides on the traditional land of the Ramaytush Ohlone people and honors with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations.


Randy O’Hara
Artistic Director

Pam Lampkin
Interim Managing Director

Adrienne Kaori Walters
Conservatory Director

River Bermudez-Sanders
Resident Stage Manager and Dramaturge

Brigitte Losey
Social Media Associate and Box Office Lead

Eric Olson
Technical Director

Alan Hafter
Box Office Associate

Eve Cheney
Box Office Associate

Kevin Low
Facilities and House Manager

Judy Gee
Front of House Manager

Board of Directors

Lisa WolfKlain

Craig Courtin
Vice President

David Grisham

Jan Pickering

Paul Reagan
Past President

Michelle Ayoob
Liz Buljan
Doris Duncan
Saili Gosula
Anthone Jackson
Robert Sloss
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

Show Cast

*Actors appear courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

Veronica Sawyer – Maya Sanchez
Jason “JD” Dean – Tucker Gold
Heather Chandler – Brynn Ayoob
Heather Duke – Amanda Marcos
Heather McNamara – Amelie de Leon
Martha Dunnstock – Isabella “Izzy” Wynne
Ram Sweeney – Jonathan Hagen
Kurt Kelly – Noah Itzkovitz
Ms. Fleming/Veronica’s Mom – Jessica Coker
Ram’s Dad/Big Bud/Coach Ripper – Ted Zoldan
Kurt’s Dad/Principle Gowan/Veronica’s Dad – Dan Cardenas
Ensemble – Ayanna Hernandez, Isabel Vancea, Naomi Eason, Nicki Weppner, Sophie Lee, Yoav Akiva

Production Team

Director/Choreographer – Adrienne Kaori Walters
Music Director – Jad Bernardo
Fight choreographer – Zoe Swenson Graham
Assistant Director – River Bermudez Sanders
Stage Manager – Allison J. Parker
Production Consultant – Monique Hafen Adams
Scenic Designer – Matt Owens
Lighting designer – Ron Ho
Sound Consultant – Jules Indelicato
Sound Operator – Sheraj Ragoobeer
Run Crew – Kali Shih, Noelle Tulabing, Robyn Lieu, Sivan Sarig, Sophie Polakow
Musical Numbers

Beautiful (Veronica, Students)
Candy Store (Heather Chandler, Heather Duke, Heather McNamara)
Fight For Me (Veronica, Students)
Candy Store Reprise (Heather Chandler, Heather Duke, Heather McNamara)
Freeze Your Brain (JD)
Big Fun (Ram, Kurt, Veronica, Heathers, Students)
Dead Girl Walking (Veronica, JD)
The Me Inside of Me (Veronica, Heather Chandler, Ms. Fleming, Company)
You’re Welcome (Ram, Kurt, Veronica)
Never Shut Up Again (Heather Duke, Ram, Kurt, Students)
Our Love is God (JD, Veronica)

My Dead Gay Son (Ram’s Dad, Kurt’s Dad, Students)
Seventeen (Veronica, JD)
Shine a Light (Ms. Fleming, Students)
Lifeboat (Heather McNamara)
Shine a Light Reprise (Heather Duke, Students)
I Say No (Veronica)
Hey Yo Westerberg (Students)
Kindergarten Boyfriend (Martha)
Yo Girl/Meant to Be Yours (JD, Students)
Dead Girl Walking Reprise (Veronica, JD, Students)
I Am Damaged (Veronica, JD)
Finale – Seventeen Reprise (Veronica, Martha, Students)

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Who's Who

Amanda Marcos (Heather Duke), a junior at Woodside High school, is very excited to perform in her very first Hillbarn musical! She started singing when she was six years old and has always been a fan of performing up on stage. Most recently, she performed in Woodside’s Freaky Friday the Musical as Ellie Blake and played Ariel in North Star’s Little Mermaid Jr.! Heathers has been a dream production of Amanda’s for a very long time so she is beyond grateful for this amazing experience. She has loved making new friends in this cast and is very grateful to her family and friends for their endless love and support. Thank you to everyone who brought this show together and break a leg!
Amelie de Leon (Heather McNamara), a senior at Woodside High School, is thrilled to be a part of this talented company! Some of her favorite past roles include: Brooke Wyndham (Legally Blonde) and Danielle (Freaky Friday). She would like to thank her friends, family, and company for their love and support.
Ayanna Rae Hernandez (ensemble, u/s Martha), an 8th grader at Fernando Rivera Middle School, is thrilled and eager to be playing alongside many talented peers. She is so thankful to have been given the chance to take part in her favorite musical. This is her second production, and you might recognize her as Paulette from Hillbarn’s Legally Blonde! She would like to give a big thanks to her wonderful cast, directors, friends and family for all of their support and the memorable experiences!
Brynn Ayoob (Heather Chandler) is a high school senior who has loved performing her whole life. Heathers is her 6th Hillbarn Conservatory show. She has also performed with Woodside High School, Broadway by the Bay, Woodside Community Theatre, Bay Area eTc, and Palo Alto Players. Some of her favorite past roles include Elle (Legally Blonde), Katherine (Freaky Friday), Annie (Annie), Ali (Mamma Mia), Mayzie (Seussical), and Eva (Bring It On). Brynn loves being a part of Teen Company and the Hillbarn family.
Isabel Vancea (ensemble, u/s Heather McNamara) is 17 years old and a junior at Hillsdale High School, and she couldn’t be more thrilled to be performing in Heathers! She started theatre when she was 10 here at Hillbarn, and is so happy to be back here performing again! She has a huge passion for acting and is planning on pursuing it in college and beyond. You may have seen her in other productions at her school, most recently last year in Urinetown as “Soupy Sue”, and She Kills Monsters as “Evil Gabbi” plus many more! Outside of performing, Isabel enjoys photography, singing, dancing, and spending time with friends and family. She would like to thank her family for always supporting her and the directors and cast + crew for making this show and experience so amazing! Enjoy the show!
Isabella (Izzy) Wynne (Martha Dunnstock) has been in 17 productions, and Heathers is her very first at Hillbarn theatre and conservatory. Some of Izzy’s favorite roles include Lefou from beauty and the beast, Burt from Mary Poppins, Ms. Bourne from the ghost train, and Ms. Meyers from Freaky Friday. Izzy is so incredibly excited to play Martha in Heathers at Hillbarn and has learned so much from the cast and team around her. She is thrilled for you to enjoy the show!
Jonathan Hagen (Ram Sweeney) is a senior at San Mateo High School and is excited to be in his 2nd Hillbarn production! You may have seen him in his Hillbarn debut last summer as Berger in Hair. Other favorite past roles include Billy (Anything Goes), Jack (Newsies), Jimmy (Bubble Boy), Bert (Mary Poppins), and Robert (Drowsy Chaperone). Outside of theatre, Jonathan is heavily involved music. This year, he is the San Mateo High School Drum Major and Pep Band Director. He also performs semi-professionally as a jazz pianist and saxophonist. In the fall, Jonathan will be attending NYU to study Music Education on jazz saxophone. He hopes you enjoy the show!
Maya Sanchez (Veronica Sawyer) is so excited to be back on stage at Hillbarn and to be performing in person. Heathers has been one of her favorite musicals, so she is extremely grateful for this opportunity. Most recently Maya was seen as Donna in Hillsdale High Schools Mamma Mia. Outside of theater, you can find her on the stand as a varsity witness for Mock Trial. Maya would like to thank her directors for all their time, as well as the cast for all the hard work. She would also like to thank her family for their support. Enjoy the show! It will be “Big Fun.”
Naomi Eason (ensemble/dance captain, u/s Heather Chandler) is a current senior in high school and is thrilled to be performing in Heathers! They have most recently performed in Trap (Angela Lure) at Upstage Theater and Spongebob the Musical (Karen T Computer) at MAHS. They are next headed to Otterbein University for their BFA in acting! Naomi has loved working with this talented cast and crew on one of their favorite shows. Enjoy the show!
Nicki Weppner (Ensemble u/s Kurt Kelly) is a sophomore at Woodside High school. Nicki loves being creative whether it’s playing the piano, singing, dancing or just art in general. Nicki has been a ballet dancer for eight years. He has trained with The Academy of American Dance for his entire dance experience. Nicki has been doing musical theater ever since he discovered it through his middle school’s production of Lion King about five years ago. Ever since then he has done various shows with various different companies. He is excited to work with Hillbarn for the first time and looks forward to working with them in the future.
Noah Itzkovitz (Kurt Kelly) is a Freshman at San Mateo High School who is thrilled to be playing Kurt Kelly in Teen Company’s Heathers! This is Noah’s thirteenth Hillbarn Conservatory show. He has also performed with Hillbarn’s MainStage, Broadway by the Bay, and San Mateo High. Some of Noah’s recent roles include Mingo (Crazy For You), Prentiss (Peter and the Starcatcher), and Emmett Forrest (Legally Blonde). Noah thanks the artistic staff, crew, and cast for creating an amazing show. Enjoy Heathers!
Sophie Lee (ensemble, u/s Heather Duke) is an 8th grader at Bowditch Middle School, and is delighted to be part of Heathers! Some of her favorite past roles include Serena (Legally Blonde) and Judas (Godspell). She would like to thank her family, friends, and the company for all their love and support.
Tucker Gold (JD) is so excited to be a part of Heathers, J.D. being a dream role of his. Previously, Tucker has been seen on Hillbarn’s stage in West Side Story and the original work, Escaping Queens. In the fall, Tucker will be attending Emerson College to pursue a BFA in musical theater.
Yoav Akiva (ensemble, u/s Ram Sweeney) is 14 and has been doing theatre since 2017 and is so exited to perform in his 6th show here at Hillbarn! You might recognize him from his roles of King Arthur (Spamalot jr.), Horton (Suessical the Musical), and more recently Woof (Hair). His hobbies are playing piano and watching films. He would like to thank his parents for letting him pursue theatre work.
Dan Cardenas (Kurt’s Dad/Principal Gowan/Veronica’s Dad) is delighted to be a part of this production with a talented cast. Recent credits include Linus in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, The Deputy in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Raccoon/Coachman in Cinderella (FMT). Ensemble in A Christmas Story (PAP). Eddie in Mamma Mia (SJMT). FTP’s 12 Angry Men (Juror #5); LASC’s American Night (Ensemble); SCP’s Grease (Sonny LaTieri)
Jessica Coker (Ms. Fleming/Veronica’s Mom) is so excited to make her Hillbarn debut. Some of her favorite roles include Audrey II in Little Shop of Horrors at Sitka performing Arts, Henri in The View Upstairs at New Conservatory Theatre Center, Emma Goldman in Ragtime, Ursula in The Little Mermaid and Penelope Pennywise in Urinetown at Berkeley Playhouse, Gravity, a Newtonian musical at BATCO, Miss Gardner in Carrie, the Musical, Shawntel in Jerry Springer the Opera and Emma Borden in Lizzie at Ray of Light theatre, Smokey Joe’s Cafe at Broadway by the Bay among many others. Jessica is a founding member of the comedy trio “B.O.O.B.S.” and “The Coker Sisters”. She’s a dog mom, cabaret singer and in her spare time can be found changing her hair color and traveling the world.
Ted Zoldan (Ram’s Dad/Big Bud/Coach Ripper) has been a proud member of the Bay Area theatre community for 15 years. A graduate of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, favorite roles include John Jasper in The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Town Hall Theatre), Fezziwig in Scrooge in Love, Herbert Pitman in Titanic (both 42nd Street Moon), the Cop in Middletown (Custom Made Theatre Co.), Rapunzel’s Prince in Into the Woods (Ray of Light), Iro in The Return of Ulysses (West Edge Opera) and various appearances with the sketch comedy troupe Killing My Lobster. He spent two years touring schools all over the state with the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival and was an original cast member of the long-running immersive experience The Speakeasy.

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Actors Name


Brigitte (she/hers)  is a native Bay Area actress and theatre maker. When Brigitte is not on the stage she is taking your calls managing the Hillbarn Box office. Brigitte Is very excited to be back performing on the Hillbarn stage with such an incredible wealth of bay area talent. Some past roles include Ensemble/swing in Kinky Boots (ROLT), Kelly Manning in The Mad Ones & Heather Chandler in Heathers (PSP), Ali in Mamma Mia (San Jose Stage Co), Poppy in Noises Off (Hillbarn Theatre), Little Red Riding Hood in Into the Woods (LASC).