Albany Civic Theater – Albany, OR

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Disney's The Little Mermaid Jr. - ACT Summer Camp (Special Event)

Book by Doug Wright
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Howard Ashman & Glenn Slater

Directed by: Rebecca Douglas

Audition Dates: Jun. 17, 18, 19 (callbacks), 2024

Camp Dates: Aug. 5 – 22, 2023

Performances: August 23, 24, 30, 31, 2024

Journey “under the sea” with Ariel and her aquatic friends in Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr., adapted from Disney’s Broadway production and the motion picture (featuring the enormously popular Academy Award-winning music and delightfully charming book and lyrics). Based on one of Hans Christian Andersen’s most beloved stories, Disney’s The Little Mermaid JR. is an enchanting look at the sacrifices we all make for love and acceptance. In a magical underwater kingdom, the beautiful young mermaid, Ariel, longs to leave her ocean home — and her fins — behind and live in the world above. But first, she’ll have to defy her father, King Triton, make a deal with the evil sea witch, Ursula, and convince the handsome Prince Eric that she’s the girl whose enchanting voice he’s been seeking. Written to flow seamlessly between land and sea, Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr. provides plenty of opportunities to bring these locations to life through creative movement and configurations. The fantasy of being underwater means your entire cast and crew can let their imaginations run wild. (Music Theatre International)

Director

Rebecca Douglas has been involved in community theater for thirty years! Some of her local credits include: ACT’s All Together Now!, Annie as Grace Ferrell, Big Fish as Josephine, Shrek as the Witch, Avenue Q as Lucy and Mrs. T., Thoroughly Modern Millie as Alice, Meet Me in St. Louis as Anna Smith, The Music Man as Eulalie Shinn, and Hello, Dolly! as Ernestina Money.  She also directed Disney’s My Son Pinocchio Jr, Seussical Jr., Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka Jr., The Wizard of Oz, Once on This Island Jr. and At First Sight, co-directed MatildaThe Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and served as vocal director for The Wizard of Oz, Man of La Mancha, Meet Me in St. Louis, and Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, as assistant director for Treasure Island and Excalibur! The Story of Young King Arthur and as administrative director/stage manager for Shakespeare for Kids. She also performed in On the Verge and Annie Get Your Gun at CCT, An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein with Pipe Dream Theatre, Majestic Eight and The Little Mermaid with the Majestic Theatre.  She has also directed a number of shows for CCT and Majestic Education. She is the General Music Teacher at Albany Christian School. She is also the Music Director for the Adventures in Acting Camp at the Majestic Theatre.

Director’s email: rbbailey@hotmail.com

Cast of Characters

Ariel: Ariel, the heroine of our story, is a little mermaid who longs to be human. Cast a strong singer and dynamic performer in this role. Ariel has some beautiful solos but must be able to convey meaning through gesture once she loses her voice.
Gender: Female
Vocal range top: Eb5
Vocal range bottom: Bb3
Prince Eric: Prince Eric is the adventurous prince who captures Ariel’s heart. Look for a charming performer with a sensitive nature. Prince Eric has a few small solos, but it is more important to cast a strong actor in this role.
Gender: Male
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: B3
Sebastian: Sebastian is the meticulous and anxious crab who tries to keep Ariel safe while getting to lead some of the most memorable songs in the show! Look for a strong singer who can also handle Sebastian’s emotional range. Sebastian can be played by a boy or girl.
Gender: Any
Vocal range top: D5
Vocal range bottom: A3
Flounder: Flounder is Ariel’s sincere and sensitive best friend who is loyal to the end. This spunky fish also has a show-stopping solo in “She’s in Love.” Flounder can be cast with a girl or a boy with an unchanged voice. This may be a wonderful role for a younger performer who is ready to take the next step into the spotlight.
Gender: Any
Vocal range top: Db5
Vocal range bottom: G3
King Triton: King Triton rules the sea and is a force to be reckoned with. This non-singer needs to command the stage as a strong leader but also show the tenderness of a parent. Cast a mature performer who feels comfortable playing father to Ariel and the Mersisters.
Gender: Male
Mersisters: The Mersisters (Aquata, Andrina, Arista, Atina, Adella, Allana) are Ariel’s siblings and full of personality and sass. These are great roles to showcase talented singers and dancers who can create and play six distinctive characters.
Gender: Female
Vocal range top: G5
Vocal range bottom: G3
Ursula: Ursula is the manipulative sea witch who tries to overthrow King Triton. She is cunning and devious and will stop at nothing to get what she wants. Cast a mature performer who can bring out this villain’s humor while finding texture in Ursula’s complexity. Ursula’s songs can be challenging, so look for a singer who will feel comfortable with these solos.
Gender: Female
Vocal range top: C#5
Vocal range bottom: F3
Tentacles: The Tentacles are extensions of Ursula, perhaps the poor unfortunate souls who are now trapped in her lair. Look for six or eight performers who work well together and can move as a unit.
Gender: Any
Vocal range top: C#5
Vocal range bottom: C4
Flotsam: Flotsam and Jetsam are Ursula’s slippery spies. These electric eels are sinister and sneaky, so look for performers who can be underhanded and devious while still being heard on stage. Flotsam and Jetsam can be played by boys or girls.
Gender: Any
Vocal range top: C#5
Vocal range bottom: C4
Jetsam: Flotsam and Jetsam are Ursula’s slippery spies. These electric eels are sinister and sneaky, so look for performers who can be underhanded and devious while still being heard on stage. Flotsam and Jetsam can be played by boys or girls.
Gender: Any
Vocal range top: C#5
Vocal range bottom: C4
Scuttle: Scuttle is the know-it-all seagull who serves as Ariel’s expert on humans. He is funny and off-beat. While a good singer will rock “Human Stuff,” this song can easily be spoken in rhythm. Look for a performer with good comedic timing who is willing to have fun with Scuttle’s eccentricities.
Gender: Any
Vocal range top: E5
Vocal range bottom: B3
Gulls: The Gulls are Scuttle’s flock of zany “back-up singers” who help explain human stuff to Ariel. While there are three principal gulls written in the score, feel free to add as many as you need to best serve your production. The Gulls’ solos can be spoken if necessary.
Gender: Any
Vocal range top: G5
Vocal range bottom: B3
Grimsby: Grimsby is Prince Eric’s prim and proper valet. He is rigid in personality and constantly trying to guide Prince Eric towards the throne. While Grimsby does have some singing to do, strong acting trumps singing ability for this role.
Gender: Male
Vocal range top: C5
Vocal range bottom: E4
Chef Louis: Chef Louis is the over-the-top head chef in the palace. He is always wild and frenetic. This is an excellent featured role for a comedic performer.
Gender: Male
Vocal range top: C5
Vocal range bottom: A3
Chefs: The Chefs are Chef Louis’s assistants. The music in “Les Poissons” can be challenging, so good choral singers are a plus for this group. Your Chefs can also double as members of the Sea Chorus.
Gender: Any
Carlotta: Carlotta is the headmistress in Prince Eric’s palace and Ariel’s greatest human ally. This non-singing role needs to be warm and maternal to make Ariel feel welcome.
Gender: Female
Princesses: The six Princesses try everything they can to win the heart of Prince Eric. Since none of them possesses the voice Prince Eric is searching for, cast actresses who can create an exaggerated and comedic personality through song. The six Princesses can double as the six Mersisters.
Gender: Female
Vocal range top: G5
Vocal range bottom: E4
Pilot: The Pilot is the head sailor on Prince Eric’s ship. This nautical expert who entertains the sailors with wild tales of the sea presents an opportunity to highlight a developing performer. The Pilot has a few speaking lines, but his singing voice is most important.
Gender: Male
Vocal range top: C5
Vocal range bottom: Bb3
Sailors: The Sailors are the crew of Prince Eric’s ship. They are eager for adventure and ready to tackle a storm. The Sailors can be played by boys or girls and can double as Sea Chorus.
Gender: Any
Seahorse: The Seahorse is the court herald for King Triton. This non-singing part is a good role for a young performer with a clear speaking voice.
Gender: Any
Sea Chorus: The Sea Chorus is responsible for creating each world within the show. Look for performers who can move gracefully and are capable of being part of a scene without drawing focus. This can also be an opportunity to showcase some of your more skilled dancers. The Sea Chorus can double as Merfolk, Sea Creatures and Lagoon Animals.
Gender: Any
Sea Creatures: The Sea Creatures are the ensemble under water animals in King Triton’s court. They can include as few or as many performers as your production permits. There are several moments to showcase both dancers and singers in “Under the Sea.”
Gender: Any
Merfolk: The Merfolk of King Triton’s Court and can double as Sea Creatures.
Gender: Any
Lagoon Animals: The Lagoon Animals try to convince Prince Eric to kiss Ariel. This ensemble can double as the Sea Creatures.
Gender: Any

Evil Dead, the Musical

Book and Lyrics by: George Reinblatt
Music by: Christopher Bond, Frank Cipolla, Melissa Morris, George Reinblatt

Directed by: Johanna Spencer 

Performances: TBD 2024

Evil Dead, the Musical takes all the elements of the cult classic films The Evil Dead and Evil Dead 2 and combines them for one of the craziest, funniest, and bloodiest theatrical experiences of all time.

Five college students go to an abandoned cabin in the woods, and accidentally unleash an evil force that turns them all into demons. It’s all up to Ash (a housewares employee, turned demon-killing hero), and his trusty chainsaw to save the day. Blood flies. Limbs are dismembered. Demons tell bad jokes… and all to music. The songs in the show are completely off the wall as well. Titles like “All the Men in My Life Keep Getting Killed by Kandarian Demons” and “What the F**k was That?” have had audiences rolling in their seats, and screaming for more and more blood.

You don’t need to be a fan of Evil Dead to love this show. You don’t need to be a fan of horror to love this show. You don’t even need to be a fan of musicals to love this show. As long as you like having fun… this show is for you. Is it scary? No! Is it gory? No. This is a pure comedy start to finish. It has fun with the horror genre, and in doing so appeals to a wider audience than you could ever imagine. Plus it’s the only show with a “Splatter Zone” – a section of the audience that gets covered in fake blood. And with this combination of blood, jokes, cheesy effects, and really awesome musical numbers, Evil Dead The Musical is unlike any live show you’ve ever seen.

Director

Johanna Spencer first directed Nickel and Dimed at Albany Civic Theater in July 2008. She has directed and appeared in many other productions at Albany Civic Theater in addition to adapting a couple of radio plays for ACT during the COVID-19 pandemic. She has been acting and directing in the mid-valley since 1982 and is a graduate of the Oregon State University theater program. She resides in Albany with her spouse, Rus Roberts, and is semi-retired after 35 years with the federal government.

Director’s email: johanna.spencer@gmail.com

Cast of Characters

Ash: Ant
Linda: Emilie Sass
Cheryl: Ashlee Nunez
Annie: Jessica Moyer
Scott: James Murray V
Shelly: Lucy Elgin
Ed: Olivia Pereyra
Jake: Maximilian Corneliusen
Fake Shemp: Hunter O’Guinn Briggs

Dial 'M' for Murder

by Frederick Knott

Directed by: Dan Bushong, Josh Mitchell and Christi E. Sears

Auditions: Apr. 7, 8, 9 (callbacks), 2024 

Performances: June 13, 14, 20, 21, 22(m), 26, 27, 28, 2025

A psychological thriller that unravels an elegant mystery about an ex-tennis star who plots to kill his wealthy wife. Tony Wendice, who married his wife Margot for her money, now plans to murder her for the same reason. Tony arranges the perfect murder: He hires a scoundrel he once knew into strangling Margot, and arranges a brilliant alibi for himself. The night of the planned attack, in a thrilling surprise twist, the plan goes awry (Concord Theatricals). 

Director

Dan Bushong

Josh Mitchell appeared in ACT’s All Together Now! as a vocalist,
Christmas Carol as Christmas Future and Fred, Too Good to Say Goodbye as Dutch Van Dyke, The Three Musketeers as Porthos, Shrek as Fourth Knight and Mad Hatter, The Wizard of Oz in several roles, Avenue Q as Trekkie Monster and the Newcomer, It’s a Wonderful Life as George Bailey and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer as Injun Joe. A real estate broker and toy store operator, he lives in Albany with his wife Holly and sons Quentin, Hudson, and Lincoln. He enjoys music, art, cooking, home remodeling, and playing Ultimate Frisbee.

Director’s email: joshmitchell.srr@gmail.com

Christi E. Sears has a string of hit musicals and plays to her credit, including: The Prom, Something Rotten!Clue, Altogether Now (Special Event), The Secret of Chimneys: ACT Radio PlayMamma MiaThe Addams FamilyAnnieBig FishShrekYoung FrankensteinAvenue QThoroughly Modern MillieCurtainsSteel MagnoliasThe ProducersThe Music ManHello, Dolly!The Rocky Horror ShowPirates of PenzanceInto the WoodsYou’re a Good ManCharlie BrownBell, Book and CandleAuntie Mame, and Greater Tuna at ACT. Christi also directed at CCT: CinderellaDamn Yankees, and Little Shop of Horrors. A long-time administrative member at ACT, Christi has served four terms as president and two terms as treasurer. She currently serves on the ACT Board as Production Manager. Christi resides in Albany and has worked for over 30 years as the Accounting/Payroll Manager at Palm Harbor Homes.

Director’s email: cirsey@comcast.net

Cast of Characters

Ash: Ant

And Then There Were None

by Agatha Christie

Directed by: Ken Long 

Auditions: Feb 24, 25, 26 (callbacks), 2025

Performances: May 9, 10, 16, 17, 18(m), 22, 23, 24, 2025

Ten strangers are summoned to a remote island. All that the guests have in common is a wicked past they’re unwilling to reveal and a secret that will seal their fate. For each has been marked for murder. As the weather turns and the group is cut off from the mainland, the bloodbath begins and one by one they are brutally murdered in accordance with the lines of a sinister nursery rhyme.

Director

Ken Long

Director’s email: makeitimpact@gmail.com

Cast of Characters

Ash: Ant

The Big Five-Oh

by Brian Mitchell

Directed by: Scott Harvey 

Auditions: Jan. 20, 21, 22, 2025

Performances:April 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 2025

Whoever said life is better after fifty had better be right! George Thomas is turning fifty on Saturday, and it has been a terrible week. His dog is sick, his son is a slacker, and his daughter wants to marry a Republican. With a neurotic wife and a widowed neighbor providing more challenges than even George can overcome, this may be the worst week of his life. Through these trying days, George will discover the wonders of family, the responsibilities of parenthood, and the results of his latest physical. The Big Five-Oh is a hilarious, sometimes touching account of a grown man coming to terms with his age, his relationship with his son, and his future. It is the story of a middle-aged man finally growing up.

Director

Scott Harvey got started with ACT in 2001 and made his directorial debut at ACT with The Trouble With Cats. He has since then directed No Body Like Jimmy and The Savannah Sipping Society. He has been involved in almost every aspect of the theater productions, from assistant director (Singin’ in the RainWaiting for Godot) to acting (Peter PanThe Secret GardenIt’s a Wonderful LifeMan of La ManchaLooking for Normal) to behind the scene duties (Treasure IslandThe Game’s AfootThe Mousetrap).

Director’s email: pengserv1@yahoo.com

Cast of Characters

Ash: Ant

Ride the Cyclone

Book, Music and Lyrics by: Brooke Maxwell and Jacob Richmond

Directed by: Loriann Schmidt 

Auditions: Dec. 2, 3, 4 (callbacks), 2024

Performances: Feb. 21, 22, 27, 28, Mar. 1, 2(m), 6, 7, 8, 9(m), 14, 15, 2025

In this hilarious and outlandish story, the lives of six teenagers from a Canadian chamber choir are cut short in a freak accident aboard a roller coaster. When they awake in limbo, a mechanical fortune teller invites each to tell a story to win a prize like no other — the chance to return to life. This popular musical is a funny, moving look at what makes a life well-lived!

Director

Loriann Schmidt has done theater all her life. Starting in 2nd grade with an appearance in The Music Man, the theater bug (and lighting bug) has always been with her. Her first light board was her own invention (in high school) made with rheostats and an old suitcase, a ton of soldering lead and a whiff of smoke. A long string of shows both professional and community as costume designer, light designer, stage manager, assistant director and director followed and the rest, they say, is history. Loriann has directed shows at Pentacle, Keizer Homegrown Theatre and a private school in Beaverton. She serves on the board at Keizer Homegrown Theatre and has been active in other areas of Albany Civic Theater as Lighting Manager, costume designer and all-around Helpful Person. She made her directorial debut at Albany Civic Theater last season with The Great Gatsby.

Director’s email: baronopal@gmail.com

Cast of Characters

Wendla Bergmann: Megan Harnden
Melchior Gabor: Carson Mack
Moritz Stiefel: Finn Mendez
Martha: Aliyah Foote
Thea: Teza Ross
Anna: Abigail Davison
Ilse: Maeve O’Connor
Hanschen/Rupert: Michael Stevenson

Ernst/Reinhold: Aeries Landes
Georg/Dieter: Mere Butler
Otto/Ulbrecht: Zane Victor
Adult Woman: Kellie McMahan
Adult Man: Andrea Daniels

Charley's Aunt

By Brandon Thomas

Directed by: Shauna Kiefiuk & Stephanie Schwarz 

Auditions: Oct. 2, 22, 23 (callbacks), 2024

Performances: Jan. 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19(m), 23, 24, 25, 2025

Jack Chesney loves Kitty Verdun and Charley loves Miss Amy Spettigue. They invite the ladies to meet Charley’s wealthy aunt from Brazil, “where the nuts come from”. Cancelling her visit at the last minute, the millionaire aunt sends the boys into cataclysmic confusion. What do they do now? The problem is solved by drafting their feckless Oxford undergrad pal into a black satin skirt, bloomers and wig. As “Charley’s Aunt”, this charming frump is introduced to the ladies, to Jack’s father and to Stephen Spettigue, Amy’s guardian. When the real aunt turns up, classic comic confusion ensues as Fancourt Babberley, posing as “Charley’s Aunt”, tricks Spettigue into agreeing to the marriage of his ward, the real aunt marries Jack’s father, Jack gets Miss Verdun, and Fanny Babs regains the fortune he lost at gambling as well as the girl he loves.

Director

Shauna Kiefiuk has been involved with ACT since 2002. Previously, she has directed The Dinner Party, The Unexpected Guest, Rabbit Hole, The Butler Did ItThe Odd Couple and Independence. Shauna has been onstage in several shows as well as musicals. She was the assistant director for Fat PigHay FeverThe Game’s Afoot and A Little Piece of Heaven. Shauna also serves on the ACT Board.

Director’s email: theatregirl21@yahoo.com

Cast of Characters

Ash: Ant
Linda: Emilie Sass
Cheryl: Ashlee Nunez
Annie: Jessica Moyer
Scott: James Murray V
Shelly: Lucy Elgin
Ed: Olivia Pereyra
Jake: Maximilian Corneliusen
Fake Shemp: Hunter O’Guinn Briggs

Irving Berlin's White Christmas

Music and Lyrics by: Irving Berlin
Book by: David Ives and Paul Blake

Directed by: Mirinda Keeling

Auditions: Aug. 26, 27, 28 (callbacks), 2024

Performances: Nov. 29, 30, Dec. 1(m), 6, 7, 8(m), 12, 13, 14, 15(m), 20, 21, 2024

“Veterans Bob Wallace and Phil Davis have a successful song-and-dance act after World War II. With romance in mind, the two follow a duo of beautiful singing sisters en route to their Christmas show at a Vermont lodge, which just happens to be owned by Bob and Phil’s former army commander. With a dazzling score featuring well-known standards including “Blue Skies,” “I Love A Piano,” “How Deep Is the Ocean” and the perennial title song, White Christmas is an uplifting, wholesome musical that will delight audiences of all ages.” -Concord Theatricals

Director

Peter and the Starcatcher was Mirinda Keeling’s ACT directorial debut last season. She also co-directed The Prom, with Christi E. Sears. Mirinda co-directed School House Rock at ACT and directed Animal KrackersMagic in Me, and The Shoemaker and the Elves at North Albany Elementary. Mirinda has assistant directed Something RottenMurder on the Orient ExpressClueThe Adventures of Tom SawyerRebecca of Sunnybrook FarmHigh School Musical, and Excalibur: The Story of Young King Arthur at ACT. Her resume includes additional crew positions of vocal director, production assistant, set dressing design, set dresser, set design, hair and makeup designer, props designer and costumer in over 30 productions and has performed on stage in an additional 20. She has performed with her husband, Dean Keeling, as well as her two sons, Braden and Adam.

Director’s email: tuffy1299@comcast.net

Cast of Characters

Wendla Bergmann: Megan Harnden
Melchior Gabor: Carson Mack
Moritz Stiefel: Finn Mendez
Martha: Aliyah Foote
Thea: Teza Ross
Anna: Abigail Davison
Ilse: Maeve O’Connor
Hanschen/Rupert: Michael Stevenson

Ernst/Reinhold: Aeries Landes
Georg/Dieter: Mere Butler
Otto/Ulbrecht: Zane Victor
Adult Woman: Kellie McMahan
Adult Man: Andrea Daniels

Grace & Glorie (Special Event)

By Tom Ziegler

Directed by: Rick Wallace 

Performances: Nov. 2, 2024

Hospice volunteer Gloria Whitmore in for some new experiences when she arrives at the Appalachian cabin of feisty ninety-year-old Grace Stiles following Grace’s discharge from cancer treatment in a local hospital. The recently transplanted New York City business executive finds that the patient not only has a very different lifestyle from her own but also has very clear ideas about who is in charge during her last days of life. The two women tug at each other’s habits and beliefs as they learn more about each other and themselves. Grace & Glorie is a touching comedy/drama that will evoke laughter, thoughtful reflection and probably a few tears.

Director

Rick Wallace

Director’s email: wallace8726@gmail.com

Cast of Characters

Ash: Ant
Linda: Emilie Sass
Cheryl: Ashlee Nunez
Annie: Jessica Moyer
Scott: James Murray V
Shelly: Lucy Elgin
Ed: Olivia Pereyra
Jake: Maximilian Corneliusen
Fake Shemp: Hunter O’Guinn Briggs

Evil Dead, the Musical

Book and Lyrics by: George Reinblatt
Music by: Christopher Bond, Frank Cipolla, Melissa Morris, George Reinblatt

Directed by: Johanna Spencer 

Performances: Sep. 20, 21, 27, 28, 29(m), Oct. 4, 5, 6(m), 10, 11, 12, 2024

Evil Dead, the Musical takes all the elements of the cult classic films The Evil Dead and Evil Dead 2 and combines them for one of the craziest, funniest, and bloodiest theatrical experiences of all time.

Five college students go to an abandoned cabin in the woods, and accidentally unleash an evil force that turns them all into demons. It’s all up to Ash (a housewares employee, turned demon-killing hero), and his trusty chainsaw to save the day. Blood flies. Limbs are dismembered. Demons tell bad jokes… and all to music. The songs in the show are completely off the wall as well. Titles like “All the Men in My Life Keep Getting Killed by Kandarian Demons” and “What the F**k was That?” have had audiences rolling in their seats, and screaming for more and more blood.

You don’t need to be a fan of Evil Dead to love this show. You don’t need to be a fan of horror to love this show. You don’t even need to be a fan of musicals to love this show. As long as you like having fun… this show is for you. Is it scary? No! Is it gory? No. This is a pure comedy start to finish. It has fun with the horror genre, and in doing so appeals to a wider audience than you could ever imagine. Plus it’s the only show with a “Splatter Zone” – a section of the audience that gets covered in fake blood. And with this combination of blood, jokes, cheesy effects, and really awesome musical numbers, Evil Dead The Musical is unlike any live show you’ve ever seen.

Director

Johanna Spencer first directed Nickel and Dimed at Albany Civic Theater in July 2008. She has directed and appeared in many other productions at Albany Civic Theater in addition to adapting a couple of radio plays for ACT during the COVID-19 pandemic. She has been acting and directing in the mid-valley since 1982 and is a graduate of the Oregon State University theater program. She resides in Albany with her spouse, Rus Roberts, and is semi-retired after 35 years with the federal government.

Director’s email: johanna.spencer@gmail.com

Cast of Characters

Ash: Ant
Linda: Emilie Sass
Cheryl: Ashlee Nunez
Annie: Jessica Moyer
Scott: James Murray V
Shelly: Lucy Elgin
Ed: Olivia Pereyra
Jake: Maximilian Corneliusen
Fake Shemp: Hunter O’Guinn Briggs