The 39 Steps
The 39 Steps, a melodramatic spoof adapted from the 1915 novel by John Buchan and the 1935 film by Alfred Hitchcock. The original concept of a four-actor version of the story by Simon Corble and Nobby Dimon. This 2-time Tony Award-winning whodunit is a fast-paced masterpiece of comedy, romance and drama for anyone who loves the magic of live theatre.
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Joe Lewis Sanders is a recent transplant to Hot Springs, AR from Austin, TX. Having been a musician and singer, he now fancies himself an actor, appearing in Moon Over Buffalo & Sweeney Todd. He is best known for his stellar breakout performance as "The Dead Guy" in Sweeney Todd.
Annabella, Pamela & Margaret
Roxy is so thrilled and grateful to be performing with The Town Cryers Acting Troupe again! This is her debut performance at The Hot Springs Bathhouse Theatre and she is truly loving it!! With a BFA in Acting & Directing and minor studies in Music from SHSU, she has always had a great love and passion for Theatre and Music. She teaches Voice and Acting Lessons at her recording studio in Hot Springs and at the Roosevelt Auditorium in Mt. Ida. Previous credits include: Aldonza in Man of La Mancha with The Muses Creative Artistry Project, Katie in an Original Arkansas Musical: The Cigar Box Men with Fun City Chorus and Top of the Rock Chorus, Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors & Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd at The Pocket Theatre, Maria in The Sound of Music and Yente the Matchmaker in Fiddler on the Roof at The Roosevelt Theatre, Sunny in The Toys Take Over Christmas in Houston, TX at Stages Repertory Theatre, Mary Warren in The Crucible at The Owen Theatre in Conroe, TX, and Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Nights Dream & Twelfth Night with Ron Song Destro’s Acting Troupe in London, UK. Roxy is eternally grateful to God, her loving fiancé, Trey, and family for their constant love and support.
Tommie Webb developed his love of theatre in high school and carried that love to a theatre degree at UCA. He taught high school theatre arts for 34 years, doing 10 years of dinner theatre shows in his spare time. He is such a ham we have to threaten him before every show about his numerous attempts to “steal the show.”
Thomas Cooper is a local small business owner and part time actor/director. In the last five years, he has performed on practically every theatre stage in the Hot Springs area, as well as at Murray’s Dinner Theatre and The Rep in Little Rock. The idea of creating a touring theatrical troupe comes out of his desire to bring theatre to areas or venues that don’t often get the opportunity to see a live production.