The One Act Play that Goes Wrong Cast

Zach Thompson (Robert)
Zach has been acting for nearly 20 years. His favorite roles include John Smith in “Run For Your Wife” and Conor Murphy in “Distant Music,” with Actors Community Theatre of Seymour, as well as many different roles within Fear Fair Haunted Attraction. He recently has worked behind the scenes, assistant directing last year’s JCCT Dinner Theatre production of “Xanadu,” and directing the ACTS production of “Seven Minutes in Heaven.”
Pete Law (Chris)
Pete is excited to be back on the JCCT stage after a 6 year hiatus. He is a performing arts teacher at Mt. Healthy Elementary and Parkside Elementary in Columbus. A member of SAG-AFTRA, he has worked in film and theater. Favorite roles include George in All My Sons (JCCT), Brick in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Actors' Studio of Hope), Saul Kimmer in True West (Eclipse Productions Bloomington), and his mom and dad in The Laws of Jackson Street (Actors' Studio of Hope). He has trained at Second City in Chicago, Art of Acting Studio in Los Angeles, and The Groundlings in Los Angeles. "Here's to the ones who dream, foolish as they may seem.”
Andrea Igo (Sandra)
This is Andrea’s debut performance with Jackson County Community Theatre, and she is so excited to be joining them for The Play That Goes Wrong. Although this is her first play with JCCT, Andrea is no stranger to the stage. Some of her favorite past roles include Marcy in Dog Sees God, Jeanine in The Marriage Counselor, and Nancy in Angel Street. She would like to thank her family and friends for all their loving support over the years. She hopes everyone enjoys the show as much as she has!
Curtis Nowling (Max)
Curtis is becoming a regular with JCCT as this is his 3rd production with the theater. Playing Sonny Malone in last years dinner theater "Xanadu" and Simon Bright in "Holmes for the Holidays or The Games Afoot". He'd like to thank his grandma Linda and everyone else who continues to support his acting experiences.
MaryAnna Garrett (Denise)
This is MaryAnna’s first attempt at Dinner Theater, and she couldn’t be more excited! You may have seen her in other JCCT productions, such as “The Game’s Afoot, or Holmes for the Holidays,” “A Gift to Remember,” or “It’s a Wonderful Life, A Live Radio Show.” MaryAnna would like to thank her husband Aaron for his love and support, as none of this acting stuff would be possible without him! She would also like to thank her friends and family for their support, and her furry son, Disco, for being the goodest pup to ever pup! Enjoy the show, and thank you for coming. May God bless you, as he has us!
Lucy Horton (Annie)
Lucy has loved theater from a very young age and has been in many JCCT productions. She has also done productions with ACTS in Seymour and The Mill Race Players. Whether on stage or behind, she loves the joy theater brings her. Lucy is excited to be back on the stage for this show! She would like to thank her Mom, Dad, and Brother for constantly supporting her. She would also like to thank her cats, Rhys, Skittles, Oliver, George, and Gracie for helping her learn her lines!
Keggin York (Jonathan)
Keggin has been involved in performance art for many years. He worked as a haunt actor at fear fair haunted attraction of Seymour indiana, and performed in Actors Community Theatre of seymour’s 2020 performance of “lovesick” Keggin is excited to get on stage again and put his knowledge of British television to work.
Paul Angle (Trevor)
Paul made his JCCT debut in 1991's production of "Flowers for Algernon" and fell in love with the theatre. Since then he's been in productions of "The Nerd," "Spoon River Anthology," "Father of the Bride," and most recently in "Dial 'M' for Murder," as well as his ACTS debut in "Seven Minutes in Heaven." Recently he spends most of his time directing, including "Little Shop of Horrors," "Xanadu," "Sylvia," and "Misery." He still dreams of going to Venice with Matt, Rikki, Toni, and Alex. Like Katherine Hepburn in "Summertime."