Cricket Hall (director; Margaret and Cel) is a graduate of Fairmont State University’s Communication and Theatre Arts program where she appeared in The Good Woman of Szechwan, The Grouch, and Forced Out (Part of “Poof Plus!” an evening of one acts). She also directed The Vagina Monologues two years while she was a student and produced it the other two. (Proceeds from those performances always go to local women’s shelters and anti-violence programs). Cricket’s is also a playwright. Last December, ACT 2 sponsored an open public reading of her play One in Four at Waldomore in Clarksburg. She also costume designed ACT 2’s last show, What the Bellhop Saw. Cricket lives in Clarksburg with her husband, John, and three active children.
Misty Wills (Harriet and Carly) made her ACT 2 debut with What The Bellhop Saw in March this year. She always knew she would be a performer of some sort. In her early years she participated in Christmas and Easter programs at church and by the age of 16 realized she was already an entertainer. Now as a mother of 2 teenagers she is finally able to chase her dreams in theatre. cast. I have the up most respect for my cast mates for they have invited me in and continue to teach me in ways I never thought possible, I adore them all. Misty lives in Salem, WV
Kaici Ellison (Hetty and Sabine), formerly Kaici Lore, is a recent graduate of Fairmont State University where she not only served as President of FSU Masquers and became a member of the Alpha Psi Omega Fraternity Alpha Cast, but she also co-founded the V-Day Warriors club with director Cricket Hall to foster a safe environment for victims, survivors, and allies of all types of abuse. She graduated from Martinsburg High School in 2010 where most of her family still lives. She is just finished working as Props Master for Fairmont State’s production ofThe Music Man at Prickett’s Fort.
Jordan Kennedy Rea (Maggie and Rennie) made her ACT 2 debut as Echo in Eleemosynary and appeared last year as The Mute in The Fantasticks. She played Ariel in The Little Mermaid Jr. at Bridgeport Middle School. Other credits include Peter Pan (Indian), Mountain Mother Goose (Marigold) and Seussical the Musical (Who #2). She has performed in many Missoula Children’s Theater productions, the Florence Chico Cann Italian Heritage Festival Choir and was cast as a Tribute in API’s production of District 12 and the ensemble of 24 Hours. Honors include: 2015 BMS Idol, 2012 Character award at API, and an honor school student. She is the daughter of Stephenie and Julie Kennedy-Rea. Jordan is a student at Pam Krall’s Musical Studio (voice), Altered Productions, Inc. (dance), student of RJ Nestor (voice coach), and a member of All Saints Church choir. When Jordan is not acting, singing, or dancing you may find her crafting, reading or spending time with her friends.!