Cactus Flower Cast

David Snow (Dr. Julian Winston)
David is happy to be on the TKD stage again. He has appeared in several plays in the Knoxville area, most recently A Fox on the Fairway at TKD and Clue at Oak Ridge Playhouse. He also performs with improv group “Pretend Friends”. He would like to thank the director, cast and crew for a fun experience and his mom, brother, and Rebecca for all their love and support.
Rebecca Gomez (Stephanie Dickinson)
This is Rebecca's 18th turn on the TKD stage, where she has also directed and served as a former board member. She last appeared as Pamela in A Fox on the Fairway. She has a BA in Theatre from UT and has performed locally with the CBT, Oak Ridge Playhouse, Maryville College, Foothills Community Players, and TSC. Much love as always to David, on stage and off.    
AJ Tierney (Toni Simmons)
A.J. has studied acting and comedy at Emerson College (Boston), Stella Adler Conservatory (NYC and LA), and Uprights Citizens Brigade (LA). Past Performances Include: Proof (Catherine), American Ant Motel (Tennessee), Twelfth Night (Maria), Paradise Park Zoo (Red Panda), Steel Magnolias (Annelle). A.J. would like to thank Jill for the opportunity, her family for their support, and Taylor for running lines with her.
Spencer Flottman (Igor Sullivan)
Spencer is pleased to return to TKD for Cactus Flower.  He was most recently on stage shambling through Night of the Living Dead and kissing another girl in Things My Mother Taught Me. When not on stage Spencer is working as a battery scientist at UTK.
Greg Knox (Harvey Greenfield)
reg is feeling groovy to hop back in time with this cool cast and crew! He has most recently performed at TKD in Puffs, Misery, and The Odd Couple (female version). Greg has also appeared in feature films such as A24's The Last Movie Star and Last Night on Earth, and is a member of the improv troupe Pretend Friends. Enjoy this happenin' show!
Benjamin Turner (Senor Sanchez)
Benjamin is making his TKD debut after relocating to Knoxville from Columbus, OH last summer. This is Benjamin's first time back on stage since 2019 when he appeared as Mercutio in the Actors' Theatre of Columbus performance of Romeo & Juliet. He studied Theatre & Dance at Wittenberg University and looks forward to many more productions in the Knoxville Area. Big shout out to his wife, Jordan Davis, and his two boys, Emmett and Landon. 
Tonya Stansberry (Mrs. Durant)
Tonya is thrilled to make her TKD debut. She has been a performer since she was 4 years old, and has been involved with theater for much of her life. She would like to thank Jill for this opportunity and the rest of the cast for such a wonderful experience. When she’s not at the theater, she loves spending time with her family and teaching English at Powell High School. 
Abigail Stansberry (Botticelli Springtime)
Abigail is new to acting in the area after a long run in Florida, Abigail's previous credits include Heathers (Heather Chandler), A Chorus Line (Kristine Urich), Our Town (Emily Webb), Dearly Beloved (TJ/Gina Jo), The Great Gatsby (Jordan Baker), and The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Esmeralda U/S). Joining this cast has been a delight. Thanks go out to friends and family.
Autumn Leming (Record Shop Customer)
Autumn is  excited to be making her debut with Theatre Knoxville Downtown. She is an East Tennessee native with a degree in theatre from Walters State Community College. She’s been a part of stage productions with Jefferson County’s Legacy Theatre and, most recently, with Morristown Theatre Guild.  She would like to thank Jill for the wonderful opportunity to work with her and such an amazing cast/crew.
Mary Alice Scott (Music Lover)
This is Mary Alice's first role with TKD; many years ago, she was an actor and board member with Theatre Knoxville (before the Downtown was added). She has also performed with several other theatre companies in Tennessee, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. Some of her favorite past roles include Hermia and Titania in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Gwendolyn in The Importance of Being Earnest, Chris in Rumors, and Sister Berthe in The Sound of Music.
Anthony Finch (Waiter)
Anthony is currently working as a customer service rep at EdFinancial Services, will be performing his first show here at Theatre Knoxville Downtown. Along with being a CSR, he is also currently serving in the United States Navy Reserve. While originally from Knoxville, he has spent the last 21 years living in lower Alabama near the beach. When he’s not on stage, he is probably watching Star Wars or playing video games
James A.C. West (Delivery Boy)
is delighted to be performing/assisting in his first production with the Theatre Knoxville Downtown. He worked on set construction/dressing with Nita Buell-Black of Powell High School and the Powell Playhouse in his youth and served 8 years in the United States Army.