Mia Fisher Mo Algren
Dorothy Mia Fisher
Munchkin Woman/Glinda Amelia Robinson-Burmester
Scarecrow Kate Kasten
Tin Man Zoe Rosendale
Lion Brady Stephens
Emerald City Triplets Emma Hemsley
Guardian of the Gate Kate Loscutoff
Ginger Monae Everett
Wick Witch of the West Frances Thayer
Snarley Darley Malaya Day
The Great Oz Theo Thayer
Lead Monkey Mo Algren
First Monkey Emma Hemsley
Second Monkey Connor White
Third Monkey Issabelle Messner
Girl Allison Hubert
Munchkins Malaya Day
Four Citizens of Oz Allison Hubert
Poppies Seema Thapa
Kalidahs Frances Thayer
CAST FOR SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN
DON LOCKWOOD ERIC CATALAN
KATHY SELDON KIRSTEN MYERS
COSMO BROWN EDDIE VOYCE
LINA LAMONT PATRICIA GLASS
R.F. SIMPSON NATHAN LACY
ROSCOE DEXTER GIL SEBASTIAN
ZELDA ZANDERS TESSA OUTLAND
DORA BAILEY BARBARA GOODMAN
MISS DINSMORE CHARLOTTE FRENCH
FEATURED TENOR PATRICK JORDAN
PHILLIPS BAILEY ROBINSON-BURMESTER
ROD JERRY GRAY
BARON DE LA TOULON TRAVIS LINDQUIST
MOVIE CAST, FANS, DIRECTORS, PARTY-GOERS, SOUND ENGINEER, DANCERS, FILM CREW, ENSEMBLE;
Kate Loscutoff: Curious George
Spencer Alexander: Man in the Yellow Hat
Jeff Nauer: Chef Pisghetti
Barrett Shepherd: Phinneas, Cook, Italian Painter, Delivery Person
Emily Jo Shepherd: Netti, Frankie Sidecar, Italian Painter, Delivery Person
Heather Jones: Chef O’Malley, Carpenter, Cook, Italian Painter, Delivery Person
Marcia Gollober: American Tourist, Doorman, Cook, Delivery Person
Ushers and Docents
The Woodland Opera House Guild is seeking ushers and tour docents.
Become a guild member and support the Woodland Opera House. Membership is a wonderful opportunity for families and friends to enjoy a night out at the theatre. And of course, there is the good feeling of supporting our fabulous historic Woodland Opera House.
As a State Historic Park the opera house offers tours. The Woodland Opera House is one of the smallest state parks in the California Park system and a designated historic landmark. Share our remarkable history by becoming a tour docent.
Join the Woodland Opera House Guild Thinking about becoming a guild member? These frequently asked questions may help you decide:
What is the Woodland Opera House Guild? The Guild is an organization of men and women who want to insure the success of the historic Woodland Opera House by volunteering their services. Anyone over the age of 16 may join. Children 12-15 years old may join if sponsored by and accompanied to events by an adult member.
Are there lots of meetings? There is an orientation meeting when you first join, then one meeting a year. The Board of Directors meets once a month. Their meetings are open to any member.
How much does it cost? The dues for an active member are $25.00 per year. If you wish to join, but do not feel you can work much, or not at all, you may join as an Associate member. Associate dues are $40.00 per year. We have recently added a family membership for $90 a year. This is ideal for families of 4 or more that reside at the same address.
What can I do as a volunteer? You can: usher at all Main Stage and Family productions and concerts, give out programs, provide help and assistance to our patrons, help backstage, sew costumes, paint sets, help with refreshments, serve on the Board, decorate for the holidays, learn to give tours, help with fundraisers, and many other tasks. There is always need for additional help and something for everyone. Let us know how you would like to contribute.
How often do I have to work? Active members are requested to help out at least 6 times a year. Most members enjoy serving much more than that. Associate members are not required to work, but their services are always welcome. They may sign up to volunteer for any event, performance or concert as they wish.
What’s in it for me? The satisfaction of knowing you are helping keep the Historic Woodland Opera House Theatre vital is your greatest reward. More tangible rewards are seeing the performances and concerts free when you work at them, invitations to social events, and meeting wonderful dedicated people like yourself. Each member keeps a record of their hours served in a binder. Members having 50 or more hours a year are honored at the annual Chesley Awards (W.O.H.’s Academy Award). Membership is a wonderful opportunity for families and friends to enjoy a night out at the theatre and spend some quality time together supporting our fabulous Historic Woodland Opera House.
The Woodland Opera House depends on the generosity of those who help!
Here is our running wish list:
We also participate in the Amazon Smile program, where many of our wish list items can be purchased and shipped directly to us.
It’s convenient and always appreciated!