Boeing Boeing Cast
Liz Chirico (Gabriella)
Liz is making her debut with The Cannon Theatre. Over the past 10+ years, she’s performed in numerous productions throughout Central MA including “Blithe Spirit” with River’s Edge Players, “HONK!” with Sterling Community Theatre, “Mary Poppins” with Theatre at the Mount, and “Decision Height” with Westborough Players Club. Liz also dances with a variety of local studios (adult classes are hard to come by!) and studied voice with soprano, Jane Shivick. When not onstage Liz works for WPI and enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, who is all ready to follow in her mama’s footsteps! A special thanks to the wonderful cast and crew for making these past couple months so much fun. Ciao!
Glenn Wakeley (Robert)
Glenn is happy to make his debut with The Cannon Theatre. Previous favorite roles: Milt Fields in “Laughter on the 23rd Floor” & Speed in “Oscar & Felix” (Hovey), Gary/Roger in “Noises Off!” (Spotlight Playhouse), Carl in “A Nice Family Gathering” & Axel in “The Nerd” (Burlington Players), Tristram in “Taking Steps” and Paul in “Moon over Buffalo” (QP) and Howard in “Moon over Buffalo” (MMAS). He is an annual director & sometimes writer for QP’s “Suburban Holidays” one-act festival. He was co-writer/co-director for “Abbott & Costello: Still Laughing”, also playing Lou Costello. He loves great comedies, and nothing beats audience laughter. Thanks to Martha and the cast and crew for all the good times.
Sally Reid (Berthe)
Sally is a seasoned actor beginning when she was 8 years old. She has performed in a handful of Cannon Theatre productions including “Matilda” as Agatha Trunchbull. Sally attended Dean College for Music, Theater & Dance and is a Violinist of over 35 years. Sally recently spent the summer as the Educational Program Assistant at Greater Boston Stage Company. Sally served on The Cannons Theatre Board of Directors for 2 years and is now delighted to join the cast in their sparkling new theater. Sally wants to thank Director Martha Brooks for her commitment to excellence and especially Evan Williams for his never-ending patience and support.
Maren Caulfield (Gloria)
Maren is "glad... so glad!" to be back on stage at The Cannon Theatre! She was previously seen in “The 39 Steps”, “Hay Fever”, “Fahrenheit 451”, and “Moon Over Buffalo”. Other past roles include Annelle in “Steel Magnolias” and Honey in “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” with Theatre III. She has also participated in the New Works Winter Festival at Acme Theater and appeared in a virtual production with the Concord Players. She's a (Western) New Yorker by birth and a librarian by profession. Maren is thankful to her family for their support, and to the cast and crew of Boeing Boeing for the opportunity to perform in this lovely space.
Lexi Rock (Gretchen)
Lexi is beyond excited to be making her Cannon Theatre debut and getting back on the stage since her last show nearly five years ago! Her favorite roles have included Mia “Cookie” DiCarlo in “Midsummer Jersey” and Ernestina Money in “Hello Dolly!” at Littleton High School. When Lexi isn’t on the stage, you can usually find her behind the scenes choreographing musicals back at LHS or studying for her masters in genetic counseling at Bay Path University. Lexi would like to thank her family, friends, and students for always supporting her passion for theatre, and the cast and crew of Boeing Boeing for an amazing experience getting back on the stage.
Lee Pallotta (Bernard)
Lee is excited to be returning to The Cannon Theatre and is honored to be part of one of the first performances in their new home! Lee has worked with a number of local community theaters in roles/performance that include: Aaron Levinsky (Nuts) with Burlington Players, Artie Shaughnessy (The House of Blue Leaves) with Moonstruck Theater, Detective Rough (Angel Street) with A Common Thread Theatre Co., Duane Wilson (Harvey) with Concord Players, George Hay (Moon Over Buffalo) with Cannon Theatre, Linus (You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown) with Theatre III, Pastor Greg (Hand To God) with Arlington Friends of The Drama, and Schultz (Circle Mirror Transformation) with Hovey Players. Lee would like to send his thanks to the terrific cast and crew of Boeing, Boeing, and to his family for their continued love and support.