Meet the Cast of Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap!
Andrew Kindig is always grateful to be here at the Fulton (and to work opposite his wife, Katie!). He was most recently seen in A Christmas Story, The Musical and The Nutcracker over the holiday season. Favorite Regional Credits: Leo Bloom (The Producers), Isaac (Disgraced), Jeff Douglas (Brigadoon), Joe Pitt (Angels in America), Nick (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolff?), Emcee (Cabaret). Much thanks to: Marc and all the Fulton staff for producing these amazing shows and the chance to work with this amazing cast; the audience for supporting live theatre; and to K, A, and C for all that you do to bring joy into my life every day.
Fulton credits include; Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Babette), Billy Elliot, The Musical (Dead Mum), The Wizard of Oz (Glinda), And Then There Were None (Vera Claythorne), Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins, Broadway World Best Actress Award). Regional credits include; Julie in Carousel in Concert (Brickhouse Theatre/Reading Pops Symphony) Milly in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof (Fireside Theatre), Marian in The Music Man (Beef and Boards). She holds a BFA in music theatre from Shenandoah University. Favorite role is being wife to Andy, and mommy to A&C. Thank you Marc Robin for this opportunity, and to you for supporting live theatre!
Peter Simon Hilton
Previously at Fulton Theatre: Witness for the Prosecution, My Fair Lady. Elsewhere: Oklahoma!, Les Misérables, Frost/Nixon (National Tours); Hamlet (Denver Center); Mamma Mia, Fiddler on the Roof, My Fair Lady (Maine State Music Theater); What the Butler Saw, Child’s Christmas in Wales (Shakespeare Theater New Jersey); 39 Steps (Dury Lane) Much Ado, Julius Caesar, Merry Wives (Alabama Shakespeare Festival); Spamalot (Gateway); The Full Monty, Boeing Boeing (Engerman); Arcadia, Equus (Palm Beach Dramaworks); The Audience, Frost/Nixon (Maltz Jupiter); Tempest, Henry IV pt.1 & 2, Henry VI pt.1, Othello, Much Ado (Colorado Shakespeare Festival). TV/Film: Pan Am, An Englishman in New York. Other: US Board member of Shakespeare’s Globe.
Paula Scrofano has appeared at the Fulton as Mrs. Meers (Thoroughly Modern Millie), Dorothy Brock (42nd Street) and Madame Thenardier (Les Misérables) in 2009 and again in 2014. She appeared recently as Fonsia Dorsey (The Gin Game), and Frau Blucher (Young Frankenstein) at Drury Lane Theatre, Mrs. Jennings (Sense and Sensibility) at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre and the Old Globe Theatre, Abuela Claudia (In the Heights) at Paramount Theatre, Aunt Eller (Oklahoma!) at the Lyric Opera of Chicago and Golde (Fiddler on the Roof) at Marriott Theatre. In 2014 she received the Guy Adkins Award for “Excellence in the Achievement of Musical Theatre.”
John Reeger previously appeared at Fulton Theatre as Julian Marsh (42nd Street), FDR (Annie), and Thenardier (Les Misérables) in 2009 and again in 2014. Recent roles include Weller Martin (The Gin Game) and Fagin (Oliver!) at Drury Lane Theatre, Cecil Lewis (The Iceman Cometh) at Goodman Theatre and the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Capt. Shotover (Heartbreak House) at Writers’ Theatre, Pickering (My Fair Lady) at Paramount Theatre, Mayor Shinn (The Music Man) at Marriott Theatre and Pridamant (The Illusion) at Court Theatre. He and his wife Paula Scrofano (Mrs. Boyle) received the 2015 Joseph Jefferson Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Kate Fahrner is so excited to be back at The Fulton after being seen previously as Katherine in Disney’s Newsies and Jovie in Elf: The Musical. Kate has been seen on Broadway and around the country in all sorts of things and on the big screen if you don’t blink. All of the thank yous to Marc Robin for assembling this amazing group of people to play with! www.katefahrner.com
At the Fulton; Annie Get Your Gun, The Addams Family and Lend Me A Tenor. Broadway; Les Misérables (Thenardier). National Tours; Damn Yankees w/ Dick Van Dyke (Joe Hardy), 42nd Street w/ Loretta Swit (Pat Denning), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Gaston), Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (Sheldrake) and Ken Hill’s Phantom of the Opera (Raoul). Regional; Treasure Island and Have (Cincinnati Playhouse), The Music Man (Arena Stage), Oliver! (Paper Mill Playhouse), She Loves Me (Alliance Theatre) An American in Paris (Alley Theatre) Kiss Me Kate (Old Globe) and On the Twentieth Century (Goodspeed).
Detective Sgt. Trotter
Jeffrey Coon is very happy to be back! Most recently at the Fulton: A Christmas Story, The Musical. Previously, 4000 Days, The Producers, Sweeney Todd, and Hello, Dolly! Next, Blackbird at the Fulton and Camelot at Act 2 Playhouse. Co-creator and Executive Director of The Summer Club, a throwback live show featuring a 17-piece Swing Band and dinner jacket-clad crooners. www.summerclubshows.com. Love and thanks to Marc and the entire Fulton team. Love as always to P, J & J.