Cast and Creative Team
Tracy is excited for her debut performance with Storefront Theatre! Other recent performances were Into the Breeches for BardFest, Animal Control with American Lives Theatre, Tiger Style at Fonseca Theatre, and Paper Dreams of Harry Chin at the IRT (swing told). Tracy performs regularly with Betty Rage Productions and has been an improvisor with ComedySportz Indianapolis for 10 years. Off stage, Tracy is devoted parent to a one-eyed senior dachshund, Capt. Jack and social worker.
Carly Wagers-Everett is a recent graduate of the University of Indianapolis where she earned her Bachelor's Degree in Theatrical Performance & Directing. During her time in school, she played many roles, including Fraulein Schneider in Cabaret and Daniel in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged. Upon graduation, she took her first role at the Storefront Theatre, as Kathleen for their production of 1980. Carly is thrilled to join us once again, for Post Democracy.
Alex Oberheide is ecstatic to be making his Storefront Theater debut. Recent theater and film credits include: Time Sensitive - The Guthrie Theater (MN), Benjamin Harrison Chased a Goat - Theater at the Fort (IN), Heyday of Insensitive Bastards - Rabbit Bandini Productions (CA). Alex received his MFA in Acting from UCLA. Love to mom, dad, and brother for the continued support and encouragement on this artistic journey.
Ronan Marra, Sr.
Ronan has been a community theatre devotee since his initial foray in 2011 for The Crawfordville Vanity Theatre’s production of “A Few Good Men” and later in “The Sound of Music.” Other shows: Mud Creek Theatre productions of “Shakespeare In Hollywood," “Arsenic and Old Lace," “A Funny Thing Happened …," “The Sensuous Senator," “Dashing Through the Snow," “The Amorous Ambassador," and “In-laws – Outlaws and Other People..., “Becky’s New Car” at Epilogue Theatre and Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre’s production of “A Few Good Men”. A chance to be directed by his son in this powerful drama was a wonderful surprise and too good to pass up. As always, he thanks his wife Marilyn for her loving support.
Melinda Arthur is thrilled to be stage managing for Storefront Theatre for the third time! Previous shows with Storefront were Infinity and Prowess. As a freelancer, she has been involved in many acts and venues around town. Her most recent show was PUSH (Summit Performance of Indianapolis). She would like to thank her family for always supporting her theatre dreams.
Claire is happy to be back home in Indianapolis after earning her Master of Fine Arts in Theatre from Michigan State University in 2021, where she specialized in acting, pedagogy, and intimacy direction. Claire is a trained professional intimacy director/choreographer with IDC Professionals, where she also works as a teaching artist alongside the industry’s leading educators and practitioners, advocating for consent-based theatre spaces, bodily autonomy for actors, and safe-yet-creative storytelling. Her intimacy choreography has been seen on the stages of the Phoenix Cultural Center, Summit Performance, Marian University, Williamston Theatre in Michigan, Three Brothers Theatre in Waukegan, and Redtwist Theatre in Chicago, among others. More at clairewilcher.com.
Molly is the Company Manager at Storefront.
Anthony is excited to be designing his first show at the Storefront Theatre Company. Mr. Sirk has worked for many theatres throughout the United States including Pittsburgh CLO, Point Park Playhouse, The Arvada Center, The Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Creede Repertory Theatre, Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama, and Main State Music Theatre. Recent local projects include The Lifespan of a Fact with American Lives Theatre, Marie Antoinette and the Magical Negros with Southbank Theatre Co., Fugitive Songs with Eclipse, Fade with Fonseca Theatre, and Benjamin Harrison Chased a Goat with Arts for Lawrence. Upcoming shows include Mojada: A Madea in L.A. with Indianapolis Shakespeare Company, Mr. Confidential with Actors Theatre of Indiana and The Tempest with Illinois Shakespeare Festival.
David Lapham is an Indianapolis-based lighting designer and programmer. This is his third design for Storefront Theatre, having previously lit 1980 and Infinity. Locally he has designed for several theater and dance companies, universities, and music festivals. In 2005 he moved to London where he worked in a few small theaters you haven’t heard of, and tried architectural lighting for a while. Back before any of this happened he received an MFA from Indiana University, and interned at the Lincoln Center Festival where he was in the same room as Harold Pinter on multiple occasions.
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER
Captain One-Eyed Jack is excited to get to work with the wonderful cast and crew of Storefront Theatre. Jack has got his start as a cast mascot with Betty Rage's production of Anton in Show Business, taking advantage of outdoor theater. Next he was could be seen snoozing in his cruiser at the pet friendly Fonseca Theatre. Other times he's happy to meditate on his heat pad in a nearby vehicle. Jack would like to thank the Indy Theatre Community for all the extra cuddles. #AdoptDontShop