Pavement Ends Studios
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THE WRONG PEOPLE
Chris Bean / Inspector Carter
A recent graduate, Gabe's thrilled to join Pavement Ends Studio's summer production! 3-time Oklahoma All-State Actor, 5-time Speech and Debate State Champion. Favorite Roles: Narrator, Every Brilliant Thing; Black Stache, Peter & The Starcatcher; Old Man, The Old Man & The Old Moon; Jon, Tape; Chris/Carter, The Play that Goes Wrong; Bill, August Osage County. Love to my Family, Cast & Crew, and my dog Leia.
Robert Grove / Thomas Colleymoore
A recent graduate, Chandler's ecstatic about reviving this production for Red River! 3-time Oklahoma All-State Actor. Favorite roles include Crew, Every Brilliant Thing; Mabelu/Mickey/Dog in The Old Man & The Old Moon; Boy/Peter in Peter & The Starcatcher; Vince, Tape; Robert/Thomas in The Play that Goes Wrong. Thanks to Mom and our director, Jason.
Sandra Wilkinson / Florence Colleymoore
A rising senior, Jocie's excited to return to The One-Act Play that Goes Wrong, having appeared as Sandra last fall. 3-time Oklahoma All-State Acting Award Winner. Favorite roles: Molly, Peter & The Starcatcher; Adelaide, Guys and Dolls; Scuttle, The Little Mermaid; Ms. Hannagan, Annie; Barbara, August Osage County. Love to family, friends, cast & crew.
Max Bennet / Cecil Haversham
Xander's a rising junior at Cherokee High School, Cherokee, Oklahoma, where he has earned two Oklahoma All-State Acting Awards. He has appeared as Prentiss in Peter & The Starcatcher, and is pumped to get to play Max/Cecil again in this summer's revival of The One-Act Play that Goes Wrong! Thanks to Mom, Dad, family, friends, and our director.
A recent graduate of Cherokee High School, Evan is thrilled to revive The One-Act Play that Goes Wrong. Oklahoma All-State Acting Award Winner! Previous shows include The Old Man & The Old Moon (on-stage musician) and Peter & The Starcatcher (Captain Slank). Thanks to my parents, grandparents, and Jason!
Dennis Tyde / Perkins
A recent graduate, Draven loves being back in the butler's uniform for this production! Favorite roles include Ted in Peter & The Starcatcher, Mr. Banks in Mary Poppins & Rooster in Annie. He has crewed Digging Up the Boys & The Miracle Worker. Thanks Mom, Dad, Magen & Uncle Dan.
Jonathan Harris / Charles Colleymoore
Avery will be a senior at Cherokee High School next year, and he's incredibly excited to be a part of this production! Favorite roles include Lord Leonard Aster in Peter & The Starcatcher and Jonathan/Charles in The Play that Goes Wrong. Love to Mom and Todd!
Of everyone involved, Arron is the most excited about this production! Favorite roles: on-stage musician, The Old Man & The Old Moon; Captain William Falcon Scott, Peter & The Starcatcher; Trevor, The Play that Goes Wrong. Love to Mommy, Ben, and my grandmother!
A rising sophomore, Landon can't quite believe he's here, but he's thrilled to join Pavement Ends Studios' revival of The One-Act Play that Goes Wrong, which he crewed last fall for Chiefs Theatre. Love to Mom!
A rising 8th Grader, Kaycie's very excited to take over the role of lighting operator for this summer's production. Kaycie's active in community theatre, basketball, and track, and she is the reigning Jr. Miss Cherokee. Love to Mom, Dad, Shannon, Nay, Pay, Lola, and especially Uncle Jason!
Jason is an award winning educator, playwright, director & teacher PD trainer. A graduate of New York University, and the founder of Pavement Ends Studios, he serves as Cherokee High School's Theatre Director and Speech/Debate Coach. Jason is the current Oklahoma Speech, Debate & Theatre Educator of the Year. Past honors include the OK Alliance for Arts Education's Drama Teacher of the Year, the West OK NSDA District's Charlene Burton Coaching Award, the OSSAA Class 3A Speech Coach of the Year, and the OSTCA Young Speech Teacher of the Year. He has directed six state championship productions, and coached numerous individual speech/debate state champions. His original one-act play Locker Room Talk won New York's 2017 Midtown International Theatre Festival. Huge thanks to the Alpine Lodge and KWK Events for taking a chance; and to our families, supporters, and especially the kids for their general awesomeness!