Meet the Cast of Sherlock Holmes & the Mystery of the Crown Jewel



A sixth grader at Ss. Colman-John Neumann School in Bryn Mawr, PA, Charlie is thrilled to make his Fulton debut! Charlie has been seen previously at Villanova University in Merrily We Roll Along (Frank Jr.), and at The Media Theatre in Matilda (Tommy), Beauty and the Beast (Chip), The Wizard of Oz (Niko), and Carousel. He studies voice with Denise Rose, Ronnie Keller, and dances at Twirl Performing Arts in Newtown Square, PA. Charlie works with Cynthia Gibb and is a student at the Triple Threat Academy in Westport, CT. A special thanks to all of his teachers, family, and friends for their continued support.


(Queen Victoria / Townsperson)

Amber is thrilled to be making her Fulton debut! Amber was last seen on the Lancaster stage as Marian Paroo in The Music Man (Servant Stage). Other credits include Philia (A Funny Thing… Forum), Hope (Anything Goes!), and Sarah (The Civil War). Amber holds a BM in vocal performance and has performed as a jazz vocalist on various stages including ones abroad in the Czech Republic. James 1:17. Much love to Alex, Mom, and Dad. For Nick Thomas. @amberaemerson



Julian is a Freshman at Lampeter-Strasburg High School. Born and raised in Lancaster, Julian’s theater experience began in middle school when he accepted the lead role of Jeremy Potts in the musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. From there, he played the Duke of Weselton in several local performances of Frozen, and won the role of Percy in Belmont Theatre’s production of The Miracle Worker. Julian plays drums and piano, takes voice lessons from Sally Armstrong, enjoys playing basketball and walking his French Bulldogs, and is frequently playing on his Oculus Quest.


(Sherlock Holmes)

National Tours: Bye, Bye, Birdie (starring Troy Donahue), Big River (Lafe, Counselor Robinson), Barry Manilow’s Copacabana (Sam Silver) and Seussical, the Musical (Horton the Elephant). Off-Broadway: Face The Music (Hal Reisman) Regional: Into the Woods (The Baker), The Sound of Music (Max Detwiler), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Goran) Carousel (Enoch Snow) The All Night Strut (Man #2) Do Black Patent Leather Shoes… (Louis Schlang) Crazy for You (Lank Hawkins) Tomfoolery (Randall – Shelly Award), Little Shop Of Horrors (Orin Scrivello), Steve Martin’s Picasso At The Lapin Agile (Schmendiman) Noises Off (Gary Lejune) Bus Stop (Carl) Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (Reverend Tooker), Lend Me A Tenor (Tito Marelli) and many more. Randall is a Broadway World Award Winner for his performance in Gypsy. Training: The American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Randall is the winner of the Florence Bowler Vocal Scholarship, as well as a proud member of Actors Equity! For Gretchen, who makes the world a better place to be, and for Steven, Cooper, Zachary, and Madelyn, who are my everything. he/him


(Professor Moriarty / Townsperson)

Randal is so excited to be back at the Fulton. Randal has toured as the Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera, Jean Valjean in Les Miserables for nine years on tour, Broadway and internationally, has Headlined many shows in Las Vegas but the Fulton is still his favorite Theatre to perform. Thank you Marc for inviting me back.


(Dr. Watson)

Andrew is excited to bring another character to life for the Family Series. He has both performed in and directed numerous shows in this amazing series. Past Fulton Family Series roles include: The Mouse King – The Nutcracker and Twas the Night Before Christmas; Flat Stanley – The Adventures of Flat Stanley; The White Rabbit – Alice in Wonderland; Bobell – The Little Mermaid; Stromboli – Pinocchio; Sleeping Beauty – Sienna. To K, A and C – all my love and keep searching for all the clues!


(The Queen’s Bodyguard / Townsperson)

Brayden is incredibly excited to be returning to the Fulton Theatre! Previously at the Fulton, you may have seen Brayden living it up in Mamma Mia or spelling “tittup” in Spelling Bee! Recently earning a BFA in Musical Theatre from Lancaster Bible College, Brayden has appeared locally in various theatres, including American Music Theatre, Gretna Theatre, and Servant Stage Company. Born and raised in Sioux Falls, SD, Brayden prefers his bacon slightly crispy and his eggs over easy. He would like to thank his friends and family for their love and support, his past and present mentors for their wisdom, and Joey and Marc for this opportunity. Insta: @BKrikk3 Website: SDG

Meagan Mapson

(Tilly / Townsperson)

Meagan is thrilled to be back at the beloved Fulton Theatre. Meagan was previously seen at the Fulton Theatre in The Hunchback of Notre Dame- Ensemble, Guys and Dolls-Agatha, Suessical- Sour Kangaroo and Sweeney Todd-Ensemble. Other favorite credits include Mary Poppins-Mrs. Brill, Sister Act-Ensemble, Oliver-Mrs. Sowerberry/Mrs. Bedwin, My Fair Lady-Mrs. Pearce and The Music Man-Ethel Toffelmeier. Many thanks to the Fulton Theatre for this opportunity and to her loving husband Jeff. All Glory to God! Galatians 2:20


(Mrs. Hudson / Townsperson)

Kelly is originally from Pennsylvania. She’s happy to be living here in Lancaster as she makes her debut at the Fulton this season. Kelly received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from the Boston Conservatory. She was seen traveling this passed holiday season with Piercing Word. She’s thrilled to be part of this classic show. Kelly has immense gratitude for her mother and father and her husband Justin for their vast love and support. she/her


(Inspector Lestrade / Townsperson)

Aaron is so grateful to return to The Fulton Theatre Stage. Fulton credits: Ensemble/U/S King Maximillian in Cinderella, MLK Jr. in Snow White, and U/S Mitch Mahoney in Spelling Bee. Other Regional Credits include: Lo in Grumpy Old Men, and Beauty And The Beast at Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, Benny Southstreet in Guys And Dolls, Chef Louis in The Little Mermaid and El Gallo in The Fantasticks. Aaron was also featured in Jonah and Miracle Of Christmas at Sight and Sound Theatres! Without the faithfulness of God none of this would be possible for Aaron. He is so grateful to the Fulton Theatre for another full circle moment in his career. Special thanks to his Mother, Sister, Family and best friends for their never ending love and support. IG : ImAaronPottenger Agency: HKA



Josephine is thrilled to make her Fulton Theatre debut. It is truly a dream come true. Josephine is an 8th grader at Elizabethtown Middle School where she plays oboe and enjoys show choir. Past projects include Wind in the Willows, Peter Panic! and Frozen Jr. In the future, she hopes to gain as much musical theater experience as possible. Josephine would like to thank her music teachers, Mrs. Zahn, Mr. Fortier, and Mrs. Fetzer, for their guidance and encouragement. She would also like to thank her family for being supportive of her journey as a young actress—especially Aunt Karah for sparking her love for the theater! she/her