Mike Bieker as DAD After a very long (25ish years) break from the stage, Mike was encouraged by the talents of his two budding-young-actor-sons, Henry and Dominic, and supportive wife and daughter, to give acting another shot. He is very thankful for Beaverton Civic Theatre, the directors and the talented cast and crew for this opportunity. His three kids have given him plenty of “boneless” experiences from which to draw upon for this role.
Kayla Hughes as MOM Kayla really is a MOM! She has also been seen onstage and offstage in BCT's productions of Elephant and Piggie, Knuffle Bunny, 100 Years of Broadway, and Curious George and the Golden Meatball. She is Mom, Wife, Girl Scout Volunteer, Lego Builder, Pokemon Go Chauffeur, and Owner/Teacher at Music Together Beaverton. Thanks to the family for allowing her to continue building skills and learning new things.
Meredith Butler as TRIXIE Meredith has been in countless productions with many different performance companies. Her most recent shows include A Midsummers Nights Dream as Tom Snout and The 25th annual Putnam County Spelling Bee as Marcy Park. In addition to acting she’s also been an assistant director, stagehand, and choreographer in multiple productions. She’s also taken dance classes for twelve years. She would like to thank the cast and crew and her family for supporting her.
Stacey Howland as (Chorus) Stacey is happy to be included in another Theatre for Young Audiences production at BCT. Recently, she’s appeared in Annie, Curious George and the Golden Meatball, and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Stacey sends much love to her awesome family! There are too many of them to list. Seriously. She has so many kids.
Anne Kidd as (Chorus) Anne is very excited to be a part of her first production with The Beaverton Civic Theater. Theater has always played a very important part in her life and she is happy to be on stage again with this wonderful cast and crew.
Stacey Looney (Chorus) Stacie is glad to be returning to the stage after working behind the scenes for a few shows at Beaverton Civic Theatre. She was most recently seen on stage in The Hundred Dresses and Curious George and the Golden Meatball. Her costuming work with her sister was seen in The 39 Steps and Sleepy Hollow. Stacie is thrilled to continue her work with Beaverton Civic Theatre in the 2019 season.
Mary Schlabach (Chorus) Mary is excited to be in her first play and looks forward to being in more. She is a student at Meadow Park Middle School. Outside of school her interests are ballroom dancing, piano, basketball, reading fantasy and sci-fi novels and writing stories. Mary thanks her family and friends for their love and support.
Natalie Vierra (Chorus) Natalie is excited to be back on the BCT stage! You may have seen her previously in Curious George: The Golden Meatball and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. In her spare time, she likes to dance, explore nature, and star in impromptu solo productions of her favorite musicals in her car or room. Thank you for coming to the show!
Izzie Esser (Pigeon) Izzie Esser is an 11 year old student at Metzger Elementary. She loves the stage and being a part of the Beaverton Civic Theatre community! She has acted in a variety of roles through school based drama clubs, danced and acted in productions at Lundstrum Performing Arts Center in Minneapolis. She really enjoyed her role as a Hooverville kid in BCT production of Annie and as a Rustic Lad in Sleepy Hollow this past fall.
Paris Golder (Bunny) Paris is thrilled to join BCT for the first time in Knuffle Bunny! She is a high school junior and outside of school loves sewing and the outdoors. She has been dancing ever since she was little, and is excited to now be adding theatre to the mix.
Sandy Libonati (Co-Director/Music Director) Sandy has been a director for thirteen years, and a singer and actress for over thirty years. In addition to directing for local Schools & Community Theatre, she's also been a guest artist for YMA’s Summer Camp, and Director and Teaching Artist at Buckman Arts School and OCT.
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