Hali Pinson (
) is thrilled to be portraying her character. This will be her first time as a leading lady and in her dream role, no less! She has been in multiple shows during her time at SAU including Wizard of Oz
, and Beauty and the Beast
, and Seussical
Tanner Berry (
) is an incoming freshman Musical Theatre major at the University of Oklahoma who has performed in Arkansas and New York for over a decade. Some of his favorite productions include Godspell
, Beauty and the Beast
, and The Crucible
. He would like to thank God, SAAC, his teachers and family, as well as the stunning cast and crew of 110
for their love and support.
Yancey Kyle (
) has appeared many times on the SAAC stage, including roles in Chicago, White Christmas, Oliver, Les Miserables, Twelfth Night,
and Wizard of Oz
. Once more he returns to our stage to play File, the town Sheriff. He is most thrilled to work on this production with his lovely and perfect daughter, Tallis Kyle.
Yancey Kyle ([fusion_popover title=”File” content=” The local sheriff. He is a lean man, reticent, intelligent, in his
late thirties. He />Rev. Phil Pinckard (George Curtis) will make 110 in the Shade his 20th production with SAAC and EHS. His favorites include Meet Me in St. Louis, The Scarlet Letter, Lion in Winter, and Inherit the Wind. Theatre has taught Phil lessons that he applies personally and professionally to his life. Mostly, he is happy to be theatrically wed to Abby Cate again!
Abby Cate (Hanna Curtis) This is Abby’s third show with Roe (Hairspray, Chicago). You may have seen her in Les Mis, Mame, Nunsense, Father of the Bride, Crimes of the Heart, Always Patsy Cline, or Meet Me in St. Louis among others. “I’ve loved SAAC since my first show in 1993 (Into the Woods). It’s my privilege to work with such incredible people having fun and creating.”
Emilia Meinert (Zanetta Curtis) is a junior at Louisiana Tech for theatre performance. She has performed in many shows in El Dorado and at LA Tech including The Woman in Black, Brighton Beach Memoirs, and Sleeping Beauty. She would like to thank her friends and family for their love and support. To God be the glory.
Bill Meyer (Clarence Updergraff), for reasons no one has been quite able to figure out, has been allowed to appear once more on an El Dorado stage after a decade of experience. He continues to drive a Corolla in order to stay humble and not become a prima donna. Ordinarily he mangles British accents in his roles, but this time he has an opportunity to mangle a Texan accent instead.
Haley Phillips (Odetta Updergraff) will be working with Monroe Moore for the third time. She has previously been seen in Oliver! and Chicago. Haley has directed occasionally and especially enjoys working with children.
Maggie Meyer (Marjorie Updergraff) has also appeared on the SAAC stage as a squirrel, a fairy, an angel, a flying monkey, and a Who… and occasionally as a human. She has particularly fond memories of her time as Zuzu in It’s a Wonderful Life. When she grows up, she wants to be a marine biologist and a circus acrobat.
Holland Ruff (Phil Mackey) will make his theatre debut here on the SAAC stage this summer. His talents include singing tenor and playing the trumpet!