Cast of Communicating Doors

Molly Hall Poopay
Molly is ecstatic to be frolicking with her Lamplight buddies once again after playing Masha in last year’s Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. Oher recent roles include Lotty in Enchanted April (Driftwood) and Eulalie Shinn in The Music Man (Kitsap Forest Theater). She has an M.F.A. in Acting from the UW Professional Actor Training Program and is also a choreographer and drama/dance teacher. Special love to Jason, Sadie and Charlie, for being the greatest blessings of her life.
Cindy Giese French Ruella
Cindy is so grateful to be working with these amazingly talented, smart, funny and warm-hearted people. She was last seen as Bubbie Cantor in Crossing Delancey at The Phoenix Theatre and as Clown 2 in Lamplight’s The 39 Steps. Favorite roles include Berthe in Boeing Boeing, Mrs. Graves in Enchanted April. Life is full of scary change – let’s hold hands and face it together. Love to Will, Paris and Isabel. Thanks, mom!

 

Colleen Davis Jessica
Colleen most recently performed with the Fern Shakespeare Company, where her roles included Rosencrantz in Hamlet and Antonio in The Tempest. She is originally from the Midwest, where her favorite roles included Viola in Twelfth Night, Tracy Lord in The Philadelphia Story, and Anne Sullivan in The Miracle Worker. Colleen has enjoyed working with this wonderful cast and crew, and she hopes you enjoy this delightfully zany show. Love to family and friends.
Terry BoydHarold
Terry Boyd is happy to be back on Lamplight’s stage after acting in The 39 Steps and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. Terry has been seen at Sound Theatre, Theater Schmeater, The Annex, The Civics Bellevue and Renton and Drfitwood Players. He’d like to thank the crew and the cast for going above and beyond!

 

Jason Gingold Reece
Jason is delighted to join the fun of Communicating Doors. Jason has an MFA from UW’s PATP, has worked as a professional actor on both coasts and the UK, and locally at Seattle Rep, Driftwood Players, and most recently at Kitsap Forest Theater as Harold Hill in The Music Man and Shrek in Shrek the Musical. This show is dedicated to the true miracles in Jason’s life – Molly, Sadie, and Charlie, who all make this world a happier place.
Dara LillisJulian
Originally from Dublin, Ireland, Dara now calls Seattle home. He is excited to make his Lamplight debut with this incredible team. 2018 has seen him appear in Snowbound at West of Lenin, Visiting Cezanne at 18th & Union and The Dumb Waiter at Bremerton Community Theatre. Other stage credits include A Great Hunger at On the Boards, Alcestis with Irrational Robot Bureau, Love Song and Molly Sweeney with KTO Productions, and Amadeus and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Bainbridge Performing Arts. He is an ensemble member with Lucia Neare’s Theatrical Wonders and a board member with Freehold Theatre.