Asher Clark

ASHER CLARK (Brian Crawford) is a junior Theatre Arts major with an option in Acting and a minor in Music. Past performances at Plymouth State include: Merrily We Roll Along (Mr. Spencer), Sweet Charity (Big Daddy Brubeck), and, most recently, Mary Poppins (Bank Chairman/Teddy Bear). He is also a member of University Chorale and is thrilled to be spending his first year as part of Plymouth State’s Chamber Singers. Additionally, Asher is a proud member of Vocal Order, the university’s only all male a capella group. This is his first straight play at PSU and he is really enjoying the change. Asher is grateful for his cast members, crew, and director for working so well together. With this group, it never feels like work.

Scott Foisy

SCOTT FOISY (Jesse) is a junior Theatre Arts major with an option in Acting. He is thrilled to be taking part of his 4th show while at Plymouth. His recent credits include multiple characters in A Dream Play as well as Much Ado About Nothing . Scott is honored to be cast in the first production of Game Night, and is grateful for this exciting opportunity. He would love to thank the cast and crew of Game Night for their dedication to the process as well as the friends and family who continue to believe in his work.

Abigail Belanger

ABIGAIL BELANGER (Miranda) is a junior Theatre Arts major with an option in Acting, and she is very excited to return to the stage at PSU. She was most recently seen in student directed scenes from An Enemy of the People, Harvey, and The Effect. Other credits include Much Ado About Nothing (Boy) with Plymouth State Theatre, Almost, Maine (Marci) and HAIR with The Company Theatre. She is very thankful for her loving cast and crew, none of which she could have gotten through this process without.

Nick Cochran

NICK COCHRAN (Austin) is a senior Theatre Arts major with an option in Costume Design and a focus in Acting. Past performances include Sweet Charity and Merrily We Roll Along (Joe Josephson). His more recent project was designing the costumes for Dracula’s Decadent Dinner Party. He would like to thank and congratulate his former roommate Katherine Pereira on her amazing work with this show. He could not be happier help to bring her work to life.  

Matt Kizer

Matt Kizer has been the resident designer for Plymouth State since 1996. He has presented workshops on projections for performance nationally and internationally, including the National Opera Association in New York, and The Cyprus Theatre Organization in Nicosia.  His work has been presented at the Kennedy  Center in D.C., and with A-Fortiorni dance company in Germany.    He designed for two years with Operafestival Di Roma in Italy with the Orchestra Sinfonica dell’ International Chamber Ensemble at Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza in central Rome. He has a B.A. from Purdue University, and an M.F.A. from The Ohio State University.