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“Love, Loss and What I Wore” Features Five

D. Culver, E. Mac, G. Logan, S. Ogden, D. Schulte in a rehearsal for Love, Loss, and What I Wore



Debbie Culver: Actor

Tibbits 2017: Cemetery Club, Footloose, Love Loss and What I Wore (5th Season). At  Tibbits: Gypsy, The Full Monty, Dixie Swim Club, Alone Together Again, Always A BridesmaidFavorite Roles: Jeanette in The Full Monty, Witch in Into The Woods, Big Edie/Little Edie in Grey Gardens at Great Escape.  “It’s always a pleasure and an honor to join the professional company at this beautiful theater. Thank you for supporting live performance.”


Gloria Logan:  Actor

Tibbits 2017The Cemetery Club, The Fox On the Fairway, Love Loss and What I Wore (Many seasons since 1990).  At Tibbits:  Crazy for You, Anything Goes, The Dixie Swim Club, Always a Bridesmaid and many more.  Favorite Roles:   Gloria in Grace and Glorie at Village Theatre & Tibbits; Clairee in Steel Magnolias at Kentucky Repertory & Tibbits; Golde in Fiddler on the Roof at Red Barn; Melissa in Love Letters at Hulce Center for the Arts; Bessie in Marvin’s Room, Maria in Lend Me a Tenor and Aunt Eller in Oklahoma! all at Tibbits.  Training:  MA from EMU and recipient of the University Distinguished Alumna Award, a theatre was named in her honor in 2000 and twice named Michigan’s Theatre Teacher of the Year.  “It’s always a pleasure to return to the Tibbits. To be able to work in this wonderful historic theater is a joy and a privilege.  Love and gratitude to hubby Norm and Coldwater host Joanne Dean.


Ericka Mac: Actor

Tibbits 2017: Love, Loss and What I Wore. (4th season) At Tibbits: Lucky Stiff, Cinderella, Harvey, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Biloxi Blues, Big River and several others. Ericka also served as choreographer for 2 seasons.  Favorite roles: Velma Kelly in Chicago (Peninsula Players, Door County, WI), Aldonza/Dulcinea in Man of LaMancha, 9 roles (including Ruby Keeler and Mae West) in Jolson & Company, Demeter in Cats (Theatre at the Center, Munster, IN), Helene in Sweet Charity (both at Drury Lane Oakbrook, Chicago, IL, and Writer’s Theatre in Glencoe, IL), and Sheila in A Chorus Line (Marriott Theatre, Lincolnshire, IL).  Training: Presidential Scholar for BFA in Musical Theatre from Western Michigan University. “Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time”- Thomas Merton


Suzanne Marie Ogden: Actor

Tibbits 2017Love Loss and What I Wore (Many Seasons).  At Tibbits: The Addams Family, Peter Pan, Picnic, Can-Can, The Dixie Swim Club, Always A Bridesmaid, and others. Directing Driving Miss Daisy.  Favorite Roles: Abigail Adams in 1776, Lilli/Kate in Kiss Me Kate, Agnes in I Do! I Do!, Anna in The King and I, Miss Hannigan in Annie, Nellie Cohan in George M!, and Melissa Frake in State FairTraining: Masterʼs Degree in Theatre Arts from Eastern Michigan University.  “Thanks to Charles, Diana, and Christine.  I am blessed to be performing and directing in the beautiful, historic, Tibbits Opera House.  I am so excited to be performing with such talented “old” friends! You know who you are.  Special thanks to Mom for everything. My friends who inspire and encourage me. Love to Mark who has made my dreams come true. Thank you, the audience for supporting live theatre.”


Donna Adams Schulte: Actor

Tibbits 2017:  Damn Yankees, The Fox on the Fairway, Love Loss and What I Wore (Many Seasons since 1986). At Tibbits:  Grandma in The Addams Family, Steel Magnolias, Harvey, Blithe Spirit, Grace and Glorie, Arsenic and Old Lace, You Can’t Take it With You, Cemetery Club, Music Man, Love Letters and several others. Favorite Roles:  Aunt Martha Brewster, Arsenic and Old Lace, Veta Louise Simmons, Harvey,  Melissa Gardner, Love Letters, Doris Silverman, Cemetery Club, Eulalie McKechnie Shinn, Music Man.  But my two favorite roles were Ouiser Boudreaux, Steel Magnolias, and Grace Stiles, Grace and Glorie.  Training: Baylor University, Waco, TX.   “I am so happy to be back at the theater I called home for so many years.  Thank you Charles for bringing me back.  And thanks to friends and family for their love and support, and to Ed–I will love and miss you forever.”



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