SCARLETT HEPWORTH (Gladys) appeared last season as “Flora” in CCCT’s production of Humble Boy. She also was seen on this stage as “Fräulein Schneider” in Cabaret and “Sister Aloysius” in Doubt. Scarlett has performed with numerous Bay Area companies, including Berkeley Rep, Berkeley Playhouse, Shotgun Players, New Conservatory Theatre, 42nd Street Moon, Custom Made Theatre, Woman’s Will and Lafayette Town Hall, where she earned a Best Actress Shellie Award for Wit. Scarlett also acted as music director for All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914 at CCCT. She makes her living as a vocal coach/accompanist at her home in El Cerrito.
KELLY RINEHART (Ellen) is thrilled to be back at CCCT. She was previously seen here in August: Osage County. She has also worked with Dragon Productions Theatre Company (recently, in the The How and the Why), Altarena, Custom Made Theatre Company, Hillbarn, Palo Alto Players, Ragged Wing, San Francisco Olympians Festival, and Those Women Productions, among others. Her day jobs include being an augmentative alternative communication specialist, a university lecturer and clinical supervisor, and a teaching artist doing improv with kids in long-term hospital stays.
IAN WILCOX (“Daniel”) was trained at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) in New York. Favorite recent roles are David in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), Horatio/Hamlet in Hamlet, and Hovstad in The Enemy of the People, with Actor’s Ensemble of Berkeley. Other favorites are Antonio in Inferno Theatre’s The Tempest, Lorenzo in Theater of Others’ The Merchant of Venice, and James in Red Herring with Onstage Repertory. Ian is a member of the Board of Directors for Actors Ensemble of Berkeley.
RUSSELL NAUMAN (“Don Bowman”) is currently on loan to El Cerrito from Hayward for this special engagement. He made his Bay Area debut in DMT’s Three Musketeers as King Louis XIII before finding his way to his first show at CCCT! Russell, who is a Tennessee native, has performed in Los Angeles, Orlando, and New York City prior to moving to the East Bay. Some of his favorite productions have been Harvey, Little Shop of Horrors, The Lion in Winter, and The Producers. He has also appeared on NCIS, Drunk History, and as a puppeteer for Panic at the Disco, Timeflies, and George Watsky. When he’s not performing, you can find him dividing his time between volunteering on Alcatraz or working for the Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation.
MICHAEL SALLY (Howard Fine) is a performer, director and playwright who has worked in a myriad of theatres in the Bay Area. Most recent productions include Oslo (Los Altos Stage Company), Hello, Dolly! (Douglas Morrisson Theatre) and All the Way (CCCT). As a director, he most recently directed 42nd Street (Stage 1) and Born Yesterday (Chanticleers Theatre). He co-wrote the musical Just My Type, based on the work of Myers Briggs, which had a world premiere in Marin County in 2018. He has also authored three one man shows; Parental Guidance Suggested, Confessions of a NuJu, and I am not Done Yet.
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