2022 Season Directors
Nancy Server - Thompson
Savannah Sipping Society
Nancy is a Board-Certified Music Therapist and Counseling Therapist with her own Private Practice. She has been involved with DCP Theatre for many years as actor, director, producer, mentor, and prior Board member. Nancy’s directing debut was the regional premier of “Lonely Planet” by Steven Dietz. Some favorite shows directed include “Proposals” and “Last of the Red Hot Lovers” by Neil Simon, “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”, “The Dixie Swim Club”, and “Angel Street”.
Murder on the Orient Express
Patrick has been a member of DCP Theatre for 12 years. "Murder on the Orient Express" is the 4th mainstage production that he has directed at DCP. Previously Patrick directed "Miracle on South Division Street" (2015) "The Battle of Shallowford" (2012), & "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" (2011) and a couple of outlet performances.
Patrick has been signed up to direct this show since the Summer of 2020 and is thrilled to see Murder on the Orient Express finally hit the stage! (The 4th time is the charm!)
JoAnn is excited to be making her directorial debut with Mrs. California. She has previously produced, costumed, and assisted with other productions at DCP.
Bio: Mike Addice, Technical Director with DCP Theatre, Member since 2004. His 2nd time being on the board. Mike started with DCP onstage as part of the cast for Fiddler On The Roof, role as the one that sold the Horse/Mule!! Having never been involved with theatre until his daughter introduced him to community theatre. Mike has been on the Technical Committee almost the whole time at DCP. His background is Computer Science and Systems Analyst by day but theater Tech all the time.
A Christmas Carol
Bio: Caris Williams: Caris is a director and scenic designer working primarily in Montgomery County. She's been volunteering with DCP since 2006 and has worked on over thirty productions in the roles of director, assistant director, stage manager, set designer, light board operator, costume designer, run crew, and occasionally even as a cast member. Favorite past productions include Wait Until Dark and The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (director) and Oliver!, Shakespeare in Hollywood, Camelot, and Being of Sound Mind (set designer). She has also recently designed the sets for a number of productions at Calvary Baptist School and for A Christmas Carol at Revival Productions. Directing A Christmas Carol at DCP has a dream nearly five years in the making, and she is very grateful for the opportunity.
Brandon has been acting and helping backstage at DCP for several years now. DCP is a wonderful place to tell and experience stories. He his beyond excited to make his Directorial debut with Pinocchio this year!
(As Told By Our Dad)
(Who Messed Them Up!)
Kelly Butler is very excited to come back to director Bedtime Stories, which was rehearsing on the DCP stage shortly before we heard the word pandemic. She can still hear all the laughs the actors and this show had in rehearsals, it will be such a joy to finally bring these fractured fairytales to an audience. Kelly started as a backstage mom over eight years ago and has acquired a few skills as stage captain, props master and directing two of her favorite fairytales Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs & Alice in Wonderland. The most amazing things about her time here at DCP Theatre have been to watch a script come to life because of all the incredibly talented people that make the magic happen, the time she was able to share with her daughter, Cassidy, and the most wonderful friendships she will always cherish.
Law & Order: Fairy Tale Unit