Just So, Mr. Kipling Creative

Executive Director, Costumes and Props, Choreography, and Set design
Heather Walter
RCCS Theater Director since 2017, Mrs. Walter has directed the RCCS productions of Scrooge's Christmas, WW II Radio Christmas, both productions of The Wizard of OZ, and The Westing Game.. When not indulging her passion for theater, she is teaching 6th grade Humanities and shepherding 6th graders through their day.
Technical Director
Ernest Wang
Mr. Wang has brought his technical expertise to RCCS theater for many years. We are grateful for the way he develops tech talent and patiently teaches students to love the technical side of theater. When not involved in Theater Tech, he is teaching 6th grade math and science and computer to the 7th and 8th graders as well as keeping all tech at RCCS running. We are so grateful for the many hours that he gives to our community.
Student Technical Director
Lucy McCullough
Lucy began working in RCCS Theater Tech as a 7th grader and has not missed a show since. Her eye for detail and talent for knowing how things work make her an asset to the theater program. We are thankful for her hard work and diligence.
Art Production
Bethany Yousefi
We are so thankful that Mrs. Yousefi stepped into the theater world to bring much needed help and expertise. This is Mrs. Yousefi's first year as the Art teacher at RCCS, but by no means is it her first year teaching. She has led her art club and the stage crew in creating some of the amazing props and set pieces that we are using in our show.

Original Creative Team

JUST SO, MR. KIPLING by Lisa Nanni-Messegee

Published by Eldridge Publishing Company

Copyright 2013


JUST SO, MR. KIPLING was originally produced by Acting for Young People at George Mason University's TheaterSpace in Fairfax, Virginia, opening on August 11, 2012.   It was produced by Mary Lechter and directed by Lisa Nanni- Messegee with original choreography by Ahmad Maaty.  Co-scene design was by Bradley Cooper and Todd Messegee; lighting design was by Perry Melat.  Costuming, puppets and masks were designed by Andrea Bacus, Mary Sollosi, Kate Welsh-Levitt and Todd Messegee.  Co-production stage managers were Patrick Magill and Kaity Cookson.