Meet the Cast


  • Katelynn K

    Katelynn Killian

    Katelynn Killian is a second year dance major at Westminster College. In her time with the dance program, she has been able to perform work by José Limón and Doug Varone, along with performing artist Natalie Desch and Sara Pickett’s original work. This summer the S.A.L.T grant program at Westminster College, under Nina Vough’s advisement, commissioned Killian to create her newest work “Great Salt Lake Moves” performed at the 2017 Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival.

  • Ryan J

    Ryan Jacquet

    Ryan Jacquet is a first year student at Westminster pursuing his BFA in theatre performance. You may have previously seen him on the Lowden stage in Las Vegas in Footloose (Ensemble), Up the Down Staircase (J.J McHabe), Cinderella (knight), and The Skin of Our Teeth (Henry). Ryan is proud to be a performance theatre major.

  • Tricia Brown

    Tricia Brown

    Tricia Brown is excited to be back at Westminster after returning home from her mission in San Jose, California. She has already completed her first year of college. She worked in productions for Westminster as a scenic artist or a props master; some credits include The Tempest, Children of a Lesser God, Godspell, and The Cripple of Inishmaan. Tricia also designed costumes for The Last Night of Ballyhoo.

  • Louise Dapper

    Louise Dapper

    Louise Dapper, an international student from Brazil, is entering her junior year at Westminster College, pursuing a BFA in theatre performance with a potential gender studies minor. She has performed for Brazilian companies before coming to Westminster where she is working as a part of crew/stage managing in the 2017 One Acts, and is excited to be a part of this cast.

  • Ryan Klenz

    Ryan Klenz

    Ryan Klenz is a sophomore at Westminster. He is pursuing his BFA in theater performance and minor in film studies. His recent credits include The Cripple of Inishmaan (doctor), One Acts (Trevor), One Voice at a Time (various characters), and The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Elgamour/Outlaw).

  • Daisy Sherman

    Daisy Sherman

    Daisy Sherman is a junior at Westminster College. You may have seen her on the Westminster stage in Blithe Spirit (Ruth), Luna Gale (Lourdes), Circle Mirror Transformation (Teresa), and Behold, Zebulon! (bunny/pansy/Loutrelle). She also recently appeared in the TwoFifteen Project's 1222 Randall Avenue (Julie/Kristen/Harriet) at the Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival.

  • Tanesha Nicole Tyler

    Tanesha Nicole Tyler

    Tanesha Nicole Tyler moved to Salt Lake City four years ago to pursue a creative writing degree here at Westminster College. Though this is their first performance with the Westminster theater program, they are no stranger to the stage. Tanesha’s credits include performing for the 2017 Fringe Festival speaker for Tedx WestminsterSLC and was also in the top 10 at the 2016 Women of the World Poetry Slam held in Brooklyn, New York. Upon graduation, Tanesha intends to pursue their MFA and become a full-time performance and spoken word artist.

  • Viviane Turner

    Viviane Turman

    Viviane Turman is a junior at Westminster pursuing her BFA in theatre performance with an art minor. You may have previously seen her on the Westminster stage in Blithe Spirit (Madame Arcati), Gypsy (Marjorie May), or Don Juan Comes Back from the War (maid). Regional credits include Herakles (protestor) and Didn't Go as Planned (Kathy).

  • Kallie Filanda

    Kallie Filanda

    Kallie Filanda is a senior at Westminster pursuing a BFA in theatre performance. You may have previously seen her on the Westminster stage in The Cripple of Inishmaan (Helen), The Stronger (Miss Y), The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Panthina), Innovation (ensemble), and Behold, Zebulon! (Ms. B). Other credits include We Need to Talk (Alice), The Merchant of Venice (Jessica), and The Taming (Bianca).

  • Hannah Orr

    Hannah Orr

    Hannah Orr is a first year at Westminster College pursuing her BFA in theatre performance as well as an honors degree. Her recent performances took place at Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts. She has previously been in These Shining Lives (Frances), Hotel Cassiopeia (girl/mother), Metamorphoses (Hunger), All Summer in a Day (Morgan), and Quilters (Lillian).

  • Lavinia Adams

    Lavinia Adams

    Lavinia Adams is a first year at Westminster as a double major in theatre performance and arts administration. You may have previously seen her on the Kearns High School stage in The Wedding Singer (Tina Turner), In the Heights (Nina Rosario), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Muzzy Van Hossmere), Brave New World (Fanny Dunn), and Xanadu (Euterpe). Regional credits include The Wrestling Season (Nicole) and Steel Magnolias (Ousier).

  • Cassie White

    Cassie White

    Cassie White is a first year at Westminster currently pursuing a BFA in theatre performance. You may have previously seen her in Alta High School's production of The Crucible (Elizabeth Proctor), The Music Man (Eulalie Shinn), or Arsenic and Old Lace (Martha Brewster). Cassie is excited to be part of Westminster's theatre program.

  • Mauri Hefley

    Maurine Hefley

    Maurine Hefley is a sophomore at Westminster pursuing her BFA in theatre performance. You may have seen her previously on the Westminster stage as a part of the devised theatre show One Voice at a Time Please. Her other work at Westminster includes being the light board operator for Bellweather and Luna Gale. Mauri is excited to continue her education at Westminster College and is grateful for all the opportunities provided to her.

  • Ryeleigh McCready

    Ryeleigh McCready

    Ryeleigh McCready is a first year at Westminster pursuing her BFA in theatre performance and a BS in psychology. Her performances include Who Will Carry the Word (Claire), Almost Maine (Glory), Into the Woods Jr. (Florinda), Othello<.em> (Bianca), Check Please (Melanie), and Henry IV Part One (Peto).

  • Briana Bauer

    Briana Bauer

    Briana "Brie" Bauer is a first year pursuing her BFA in theatre performance. This is her first show at Westminster, but she has been a part of Grease (Marty), The Crucible (Elizabeth), Peter Pan (Mother Darling), and more. She looks forward to the next four years of productions.