Meet the Cast of Sister Act at Matthews Playhouse!
Updated: Jun 29, 2022
Not Pictured Above: Jaylyn Noble Powell, Alex Board, Ali Tyler, Betsy Vance, Andrew Sickles Kristopher Loretz, Melissa Lozada , Andrew Williams
"This is a musical that hits all the right spots, achieving something close to Broadway grace." — Associated Press
Rehearsals for Sister Act, the feel-good musical comedy smash playing July 15-24, 2022 at Matthews Playhouse, are well underway and by look of things, we're confident the audience is going to be blown away with it's catchy musical numbers, amazing performers, bold costumes, lighting and a glorious set designed by Martin Wolff.
Tickets for Sister Act are now available for all performances during its July 15th-24th run. Don't miss the show hailed as "One of the season's happiest surprises" by the New York Post! The cast and crew, led by director Paula Baldwin, features some of Charlotte's most esteemed artists. Here they are, listed in alphabetical order!
Alex Board, Altar Boy
Alex is a sophomore AP student at Weddington High School, planning on transferring to the Central Academy of Technology and Arts. He is very dedicated to his education, and is already planning on studying journalism, political science, and theatre in college. The performing arts are a huge part of his life, and he is incredibly grateful for the family and support system that he has found at Matthews Playhouse. Alex has been playing the piano for as long as he can remember and has a knack for picking up musical instruments. In his repertoire is also the clarinet and the tuba. He has been performing and studying music from a young age, and wants to thank his mom, Michelle, for being his biggest supporter. Photo Courtesy of Mandy French Photography.
Jamaas Britton, TJ
Jamaas is a graduate student at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Before that, he attended Limestone College, where he studied Musical Theatre. Some of his recent work onstage includes the Rocky Horror Picture Show and Rock of Ages at the Actors Theatre of Charlotte, Next to Normal and Puffs at Limestone College, Mamma Mia at Spartanburg Little Theatre, and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown at Gaffney little Theatre. Jamaas thrives in front of an audience, and loves to sing and rap at karaoke night. In his free time, you can find him playing video games, flag football, or ultimate frisbee.
Mike Carroll, Monsignor O’Hara
Mike is happy to be onstage again with Matthews Playhouse. Previously, here’s been in Matthews Playhouse’s performances of A Hundred Dresses and Freedom Train, and in performances of Mamma Mia at Davidson Community Players, Oklahoma at Central Piedmont Community College, and in Memphis the Musical and a Christmas Carol at Theatre Charlotte. In 2016, he returned to the stage after stepping away for 25 years. In his free time, he enjoys riding his bike on the greenway, reading, and spending time with his family, which includes his wife, Julie, his daughter, who is an audiologist, and his son, who is a teacher.