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"Mystery at Moss Street Mansion"

Trey Clark will portray Simon Navar

This is Trey’s second appearance on the Southern Broadway stage, he appeared in Grannies Christmas vacation as Hugo. Originally from North eastern Oklahoma, Trey has worked in numerous theatres across the country, ranging from California to New York. He has been in Alabama since 2015, when he accepted positions at Troy University as resident fight choreographer, scene shop foreman, and assistant technical director. Currently, Trey is a freelance fight choreographer and actor, spending a lot of his time traveling. A well rounded theatrical veteran, Trey has worked in every aspect of the theatre. Some of his notable acting roles include Millet and Binki in Wonder of the World, Aaronow in Glengarry Glen Ross, Roy in Lone Star, Mr. Freitag in Last Night of Bollyhoo, Freddy in Noises Off, George in Don't Dress for Dinner, and The Sultan In Aladdin. Trey is also an advanced actor combatant with the Society of American Fight Directors, the premier fight choreography group in the United States.


Laura Davis will portray Paige Delaney

Laura Davis is excited to be making her Southern Broadway debut. She was last seen in Enterprise State Community College's production of the opera Ahmal and the Night Visitors portraying "Ahmal" and prior to that appeared playing "Grandma" in Enterprise High School's production of The Addams Family. Laura takes part in the chamber and concert choirs at ESCC and is grateful to have won awards at the NATS and Trumbauer competitions for singing and acting.


Jane Evans will portray Nina Dubois

Recently a cast member in Southern Broadway's The Depot, Jane is particularly cheered further explore the character of Nina DuBois. Her work with Southern Broadway include all three productions of The Depot, Granny and the French Maid, Granny's Christmas Vacation and being an enthusiastic member of the ever-growing audience. Jane also enjoys volunteering with the Music and Theatre Department at ESCC as stage manager and director. She would like to salute "The Audience". You breathe life into every show. Thank you for supporting the arts!


Cassidy Gibbs will portray Matilda Appleton

Cassidy Gibbs is excited to return to the Southern Broadway stage in “Mystery at Moss Street
Mansion.” Cassidy has acted in several of the company’s past productions, including “Juror #7”
and “Merchants of London.” When she is not on the stage, Cassidy has been proud to provide
backstage and technical assistance, including serving as SOMETHING in the recent production
of “The Depot.” In addition to her stage work, she has also worked on other projects, including
several short films. Cassidy is excited to tell another amazing story with the rest of the talented
cast of this production.


Kendall Holland will portrayMaurice LeBlanc

Kendall Holland was most recently seen playing Tommy Watson in Southern Broadway’s The Depot, as well as being a stage hand. He was also seen in the EHS production of The Phantom of the Opera (2019), and Southern Broadway’s Harbor Lights (2019), The Christmas Gift (2017), and Coming Home (2016). In addition to The Depot, he assisted as stagehand for Harbor Lights and Granny’s Christmas Vacation (2018). Kendall is an Advanced Theatre student at Enterprise High School, and is excited to unravel the Mystery at Moss Street Mansion.

Milinda Kirchner will portray Betty LaRue

Milinda Kirchner is making her Southern Broadway Theater debut. Her hobbies include traveling, hiking, exploring our countries natural wonders, and spending time with family and friends. She has over two decades of service in the US Army as a Soldier and DA civilian. She is thankful for the opportunity to work with the talented team of Southern Broadway and share their passion for the arts.


Mike Kozlowski will portray Chen Woo

Mike has a singular passion for the performing arts, as evidenced by his roles in theatre productions spanning 20+ years. His on-stage credits include SEACT’s Oliver!, ESCC’s South Pacific and several original Southern Broadway dinner theatre productions. His on-screen credits include 2 feature-length films, Writing Christmas Cool, and Worth Fighting For “now on PureFlix Streaming”, short film productions and television commercials. Mike’s favorite role to date is that of a World War II infantryman in A Tribute to Soldiers. He has been married to his wife Kay for 34+ years. 


Leah Lancaster will portray Chloe Prescott

Leah Paige Lancaster has loved music since the day she was born and began performing onstage at the age of three. Throughout her youth, she participated in numerous national vocal competitions and went on to win 2009’s Enterprise Idol with her own rendition of Sarah McLachlan’s “Angel.” Her vocal talent and passion for theatre allowed her to play a number of ensemble roles in SEACT’s Les Misérables and won her the lead role of Elphaba in Troy University’s production of Wicked. She has most recently appeared in Southern Broadway’s Juror #7, Mississippi Slim and the Deadwood Saloon, Merchants of London and Harbor Lights. Miss Lancaster currently works as an administrative specialist with AECOM.


Lynetta Powell will portray Babette Fontaine

Lynetta made her debut right here at Southern Broadway as "Nell Henry" in 2019's The Depot. She got it in her nose and is back for more shine! She is the proud wife of Wayne and mother of Gabriel and Elijah. She practices Instructional Design for DOTD on Ft Rucker and for S&A Salter and Associates.


Jeremy Thomas will portray Dalton Davenport, Esq.

Jeremy Thomas is blessed to be performing in this, his 14th Southern Broadway production. In addition to acting on the stage, he has also assisted in composing and recording some of the musical arrangements used in several Southern Broadway productions.  He is an alumnus of Troy State University where he was a member of numerous musical ensembles while in pursuit of a degree in music education. While at Troy, he was privileged to accompany musical artists such as The Temptations, Brian McKnight, and Lee Greenwood. He was also a co-founder and member of Troy State's first ever, award-winning a cappella group.


Chuck Wilkinson will portray Mason King

Chuck is returning to the stage after appearing as the train master in The Depot, and  Silas Hatcher in Merchants of London.  Chuck is retired after 23 years in the Army Intelligence Corps.  While serving in the military and being involved in local community theater, he was invited to direct productions for Morale Welfare and Recreation services at Camp Humphreys, Korea and for the Angelo Civic Theater, San Angelo, Texas.  With involvement in over 30 shows, he also has experience in stage managing and many behind-the-scenes technical aspects of stage production.  He enjoys hiking, reading, gardening, cooking, remodeling, and spending time with family and friends. 

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