Jay Baker

Jay is a senior acting major. He is thrilled to be a part of a new and exciting show! Previous acting credits are Neil/Larry in Merchant of Venice Beach, Victory Trio in Silver Star Voyagers, and as an actor in Rights and Riot. Thank you and enjoy the show!

Sadie Covill

Sadie Covill is a sophomore Theatre Arts major with an option in Tech and Design at PSU. Other productions they have worked on include Entangled (stage manager) and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (light board operator). They also work as an electrician/carpenter for the Silver Center for the Arts. Sadie is very grateful for the opportunity to be assistant stage manager for Midnite.

Colton R. Stergue

Colton R. Stergue is a preforming arts major and a sophomore at Plymouth State University, he is exited to premier in the first showing of Midnight this will also be his first time preforming at the Silver Center and he can not wait for this opportunity to preform. 

Cicely Richardson

Now being in her second year at Plymouth State, Cicely has learned new and interesting ways to experience theater. After participating in the student written show of Entangled last year, Cicely is well prepared to tackle new opportunities that come her way!

Tori Freeman

Tori is a sophomore from Branford, CT. They are currently undeclared, and they look forward to learning everything they can from the people around them. They really enjoy theatre.

Sorchae McMeel

Sorchae is a junior Theatre Arts major from Manchester, NH. Along with being an actor, she is also a dedicated artist and thanks her wonderful family for supporting her passions throughout her life. This is their first ever show here at Plymouth State, and she is extremely excited to be performing (and terrifying) as a monstrous Death Donkey.

Katie Tetu

Katie is a senior Spanish and Theatre major with an option in Acting.  Previous roles include Bye Bye Birdie (Kim MacAfee) and Into the Woods (Granny/Giantess/Milky White Head). She is currently employed as a carpenter in the PSU scene shop and has had a blast helping to prepare the set for Midnite along with her duties as Props Master and being on stage as well. She hopes you enjoy this wacky and whimsical work of theatre.

Calle Marion Bisaillon

Calle (she/they) is a Junior Theater Performance Acting major.  They are excited and thankful for the opportunity to take part in the world premier of Midnite! Her past roles include ensemble work in both The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime and Eurydice, Into the Woods (Jack’s mother), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Lysander), and Twelfth Night (Viola). They would like to thank their family and friends for the love and support of her art over the years!

Sierra Norko

Sierra Norko is a 4th year acting major at Plymouth State University (PSU). She is incredibly greatful to be making her debut in PSU’s production and the world premiere of Midnite by Rory Leahy and Reina Hardy this semester. In this production she is excited to be taking on and exploring the roles of Alex (the gaffer) and Pea (a dark fairy). Her recent works at PSU include Entangled, hair and makeup design for Your a Good Man, Charlie Brown, and more.

Niki Tulk

Niki Tulk is an Australian theatre director, poet, improvisor and educator who moonlights as a theatre professor at PSU. www.nikitulk.com. Believing that World Peace will only occur once Death Donkeys are free to gorge upon the hay of unconditional love and acceptance, she’s stoked that there’s a play about it.

Nicholas Bailey

Nicholas Bailey is a sophomore theatre major with a focus in acting. Previous acting credits include Beast (Beauty and the Beast), Jacob Marley (A Christmas Carol), and Tumnus (The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe). He’s very excited for the audience to see this show because the cast and crew has put so much hard work into it. Enjoy the performance!

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.  In 2019, his work was included on behalf of the United States at the The Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space both in exhibition and performance.  He has a B.A. from Purdue University, and an M.F.A. from The Ohio State University.