The Unsinkable Molly Brown

Is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).

All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.


The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.



Producers & Casting Directors: David & Corrin Dietlein

Director: Cambrian James

Choreographer: Cambrian James

Music Director: Lincoln Wright

Costume Designer: Tia Hawkes

Lighting Designer: Tim Dietlein

Scenic Designer & Prop Master: McKenna Carpenter

Sound Designer: Jackson Zyontz

Projection Designer: Boyd Cluff

Head of Carpentry: Kyle Webb

Carpenters: Michael Pratt & Michael Renteria

Costume Stitchers: Toni Anne Smith, Kerry Deco & Molly Hill 

Prop & Set Painting Assistants: Brittany Arwine, Liz de la Torre, & Mikel Waszczak

Wigs & Makeup: Cambrian James

Stage Manager: Iliana Swartz

Audio Engineer: Jackson Zyontz 

Assistant Stage Managers: Trevor Leavitt, Aubrey Riggs & Abby Hawel 


Molly Tobin: Michala Montaño

Johnny Brown: Matthew Dodaro

Shamus Tobin: Adam Guinn

Christmas Morgan: Trevon Powell

Mrs. McGlone: Kathleen Richards

Monsignor Ryan: Jim Roehr

Roberts: Raymond Barcelo

Princess Delong: Krista Monaghan

Prince Delong: Reece Harris

Ensemble: Karsten Flake

Ensemble: Shaylee Flanagan

Ensemble: Brie Wadsworth-Gates

Ensemble: Sophia Castelluccio

Ensemble: Diana Stapley

Ensemble: Liz Roehr

Ensemble: Kyle Webb

Ensemble: William Lovell

Ensemble: McKay Moody

Ensemble: Jacob Currie

Ensemble: Joshua South


Molly Brown: Brie Wadsworth-Gates

Christmas Morgan: Raymond Barcelo

Mrs. McGlone / Princess: Gillian Elliot

Johnny: Noah Delgado

Prince: Bennett Allen Wood

Shamus / Monsignor / Roberts: Gary Pimentel


Setting: Missouri and Colorado. Early 1900s.


Scene 1: Exterior of the Tobin Shack, Hannibal Missouri, Early 1900s.

Scene 2: Saddle Rock Saloon, Colorado.

Scene 3: Saddle Rock Saloon, Colorado. Weeks later.

Scene 4: Saddle Rock Saloon, Colorado. Three weeks later.

Scene 5: Johnny's log cabin.

Scene 6: On the road to Johnny's log cabin.

Scene 7: Johnny's log cabin. Immediately following.

Scene 8: Pennsylvania Avenue, Denver. Six months later.

Scene 9: The terrace of Mrs. McGlone's Denver mansion. Immediately following.

Scene 10: Pennsylvania Avenue, Immediately following.

Scene 11: The Red Parlor of the Brown's Denver mansion. Evening of their housewarming.


Scene 1: The Brown's Paris Salon. A spring evening, years later.

Scene 2: Upper hallway of the Brown's Denver mansion. An evening months later.

Scene 3: The Red Parlor. 8 PM that evening.

Scene 4: Pennsylvania Avenue. Immediately following

Scene 5: The Red Parlor. The next morning.

Scene 6: The street in front of Saddle Rock. Months later.

Scene 7: Outside a club at Monte Carlo. Early spring, 1912.

Scene 8: A club off the casino at Monte Carlo. Immediately following.

Scene 9: Outside the club. A moment later

Scene 10: The mid-Atlantic. Shortly after 2:30 AM.

Scene 11: Upper hallway of the Brown's Denver mansion.

Scene 12: An aspen grove in the Rockies.

Scene 13: The Rockies.



I Ain’t Down Yet
Molly & Brothers

Colorado, My Home

Belly Up To The Bar, Boys
Molly, Christmas & Ensemble

Colorado, My Home Reprise

I’ve Already Started In

I’ll Never Say No

My Brass Bed

My Brass Bed Reprise

Denver Police

Are You Sure?

Act One Finale
Molly & Johnny


Happy Birthday, Mrs. J.J. Brown
Prince, Princess & Ensemble

Bon Jour
Molly, Prince & Ensemble

If I Knew

Johnny & Ensemble

Leadville Johnny Brown Soliloquy

Dolce Far Niente

Dolce Far Niente Reprise

Michala Montaño
as Molly Tobin

Michala is thrilled to be returning to the Hale Centre Theatre stage! Some of her favorite past credits include: The Andrews Brothers (Peggy Jones), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Esmeralda), and Little Women (Beth). She is honored to be sharing the stage with such a talented cast and crew. Special thanks to Dave, Corrin, Cambrian, and Lincoln for this wonderful opportunity. Thank you to all of her family and friends for their support.

Matthew Dodaro
as Johnny Brown

Matthew is happy to make his Hale debut in The Unsinkable Molly Brown! Matthew has performed in theater productions around the valley including Camelot (Lancelot), Grease (Danny), YAGMCB (Snoopy) and most recently Beauty and the Beast (Lumiere)! He is very grateful to the Hale team for giving him the opportunity to play Johnny with a stupendous cast. Special thanks and love to his family, friends and Debby R. for guidance through the process!

Adam Guinn
as Shamus Tobin

Adam is thrilled to be part of The Unsinkable Molly Brown. Adam considers the Hale his home theatre and everyone he works with there an extension of his family. Adam thanks Cambrian, Lincoln, Dave and Corrin for the opportunity to bring Shamus Tobin to life, and thanks his family for their support and patience when it gets crazy busy. Adam also plays the characters The Dook, Charlie Thorpe and Detective Jenkins in The Gazebo on Mondays and Tuesdays at the Hale. 

Trevon Powell
as Christmas Morgan

Trevon is an actor, singer and dancer from Chicago. Recent performances include Terk (Tarzan), Seaweed J. Stubbs (Hairspray), Beadle Bamford (Sweeney Todd), and Sebastian (Little Mermaid). Trevon also works in costume design, recently designing the dress for Maleficent in Greasepaint Theaters' production of Disney’s Descendants. He is a historical garment maker for the Tempe History Museum. Trevon is classically trained in opera and plans to move to NYC. Trevon loves ice cream. Get him ice cream.

Kathleen Richards
as Mrs. McGlone

Kathleen last appeared as Maggie Jones (42nd Street). Previous Hale appearances: Annie, Scarlet Pimpernel, Sister Act, Big River, Guys and Dolls, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Mary Poppins, Nunsense, Footloose, Music Man and Lucky Stiff. Other productions: Sound of Music at PTC, Hello Dolly! and Beauty and the Beast at MET. Kathleen also teaches voice at her Gilbert home. Thanks to Dave, Corrin, Cambrian and Lincoln for this opportunity. Love to Scott, Amelia, Gwendolyn, Mom & Dad who make it all possible!

Jim Roehr
as Monsignor Ryan

Jim taught theater at Desert Mountain and Mountain View High Schools for many years before retiring. He’s directed numerous shows professionally, including the Hale Theatre’s Wait Until Dark. Past performances include Chicago, Pump Boys and Dinettes, and Guys and Dolls, among others. He has a BA in Theater from BYU and a Master’s in Education from ASU. Jim thanks his many students who share his love of theater, and especially his wife, Liz, for her love and support.

Raymond Barcelo
as Roberts / Christmas Morgan u.s.

Raymond is a Los Angeles native where he appeared in Les Miserables (Thenardier) and Man of La Mancha. Favorite Hale credits include: The Andrews Brothers, The Little Mermaid (Scuttle/ Chef) The Addams Family (Fester), The Music Man (Marcellus), 39 Steps, Hello, Dolly! (Vandergelder), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Baron), and Lucky Stiff. Special thanks to Cambrian, Lincoln, Dave, Corrin, Tia, Cast and Crew. Love to Dominick. Dedicated in memory of his brother, Russell.

Krista Monaghan
as Princess Delong

Krista is excited to be returning to the Hale Centre Theatre stage. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Krista is a graduate of the BFA Theatre program at Central Washington University. She has performed locally with Hale Centre Theatre, Scottsdale Musical Theater Company, and Fountain Hills Theater.

Reece Harris
as Prince Delong

Reece is excited to be performing again in this show. He was previously seen on the Hale stage in The Andrews Brothers (Patrick) and Sister Act (Joey). He thinks this a wonderful show and would like to thank everyone for coming to see it! Special thanks to family and friends who have shown and continue to show their love and support.

Gillian Elliot
as Ensemble / Mrs. Mcglone u.s. / Princess Delong u.s.

Gillian is thrilled to be making her Hale debut! A MT major/costume shop manager, past credits include: Into the Woods (Baker’s Wife, CGCC), Irene Ryan (Semi Finalist), Sweeney Todd (Mrs. Lovett , MCC) and Sister Act (Mother Superior, AriZoni Award). She would like to thank the entire Hale team for this opportunity, the cast for their acceptance and love and her family for their undying support. Enjoy the show! 

Karsten Flake
as Ensemble

Karsten is stoked to make her Hale debut with The Unsinkable Molly Brown. She is currently pursuing a degree in Musical Theatre at Arizona State University. Most recently, she has been seen in ASU’s productions of Head Over Heals and Godspell. She would love to thank her directors, cast, crew, coaches, her friends, and her family for all of their support (and willingness to drive her everywhere). Much love!

Shaylee Flanagan
as Ensemble

Shaylee is thrilled to return after appearing as Michelle in Hale’s Sister Act. Other roles: Taylor McKessie (High School Musical), Valley Youth Theater; Oda Mae Brown (Ghost), Actor’s Youth Theater; Matron Mama Morton (Chicago), Limelight Performing Arts and Lorraine (All Shook Up), MCC. Shaylee has appeared in several commercials and was an original host of the teen talk show, "The Cube”. Shaylee would like to thank Cambrian, Lincoln, the Dietleins, the Hale staff, and her family for their support.

Brie Wadsworth-Gates
as Ensemble / Molly Brown u.s.

Recent HCT Credits: Peggy Sawyer (42nd Street), Annabel Glick (Lucky Stiff), Meg Brockie (Brigadoon), Urleen/Rusty U.S. (Footloose), and Sister Leo (Nunsense). Other: Martha (Secret Garden), Cat in the Hat (Seussical), Silly Girl (Beauty and the Beast), two-time recipient for the Open Jar Institute Scholarship (National Thespian Society), KCACTF Irene Ryan Participant and two-time ariZoni nominee. She thanks her husband, the Dietleins, Cambrian, Lincoln, and her incredible cast and crew. Website

Sophia Castelluccio
as Ensemble

Sophia is thrilled to be making her debut appearance with Hale Centre Theatre. She is grateful to the entire team for their amazing artistry and her family’s support through every endeavor. Select Credits: Ensemble Swing (Cinderella) with The Phoenix Theatre Company, Ensemble (Thoroughly Modern Millie) Scottsdale Musical Theatre Company and Local Princess with the Broadway Princess Party. @sophiacastelluccio_

Diana Stapley
as Ensemble

Diana is elated to be back at Hale with this incredible cast and crew! She was most recently seen as Lorraine Flemming in Hale’s 42nd Street. Previous credits include: A Christmas Carol (Martha Cratchit), The Mad Ones (Samantha Brown) and Little Women (Jo March). Outside of theatre, she is currently pursuing her Bachelor's at ASU. Diana thanks everyone involved in the making of this fantastic production, with special thanks to her family for their unending support.

Liz Roehr
as Ensemble

Liz is excited to return to the Hale. Other performances include Pump Boys and Dinettes, Smoke on the Mountain and Guv2 the Musical. Liz did summer stock at Sundance Summer Theater, and the Pink Garter Theater in Jackson Hole. She’s toured with BYU Young Ambassadors, is the lead singer in a rock band, and has performed with her husband Jim. Liz thanks Cambrian and the Dietleins for the chance to be a part of this show.

Noah Delgado
as Ensemble / Johnny u.s.

He/Him. Noah is thrilled to be returning to the Hale stage! Favorite credits include Hale’s Forever Plaid (Frankie), AYT’s Jekyll & Hyde (Jekyll/Hyde), and Brelby Production’s Luna & Solis (Aaron). He is an ASU grad with degrees in Journalism and Theatre. Noah is also a writer and dramaturg with a passion for innovative and devised theatre. He would like to thank the entire cast and crew for their incredible work!

Kyle Webb
as Ensemble

Kyle is grateful to be back on stage at Hale! Kyle moved to Mesa in 2018 from his hometown of Clay Springs. He has acted in the Valley for the past 4 years and worked at Hale Theatre, Mesa Encore Theatre, and Arizona Regional Theatre in various productions. He is thankful for every opportunity to be involved with theatre! Many thanks to his family and friends for their support, especially to Ashley and the one on the way!

William Lovell
as Ensemble

William is excited to be making his debut at Hale! At age 16, he has recently performed as Horton in Valley Youth Theater’s Seussical under the direction of Bobb Cooper and was nominated for an Arizoni Award for his portrayal of Davey in Limelight Performing Arts’ Newsies. Other productions: Tuck Everlasting TYA (Jesse Tuck), Addams Family (Lucas Beineke), and You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown (Charlie Brown). He thanks his family, friends and teachers for their support!

McKay Moody
as Ensemble

McKay is excited to perform in his first musical at Hale Theatre. He has previously played Sam Hendrix in Hale's Wait Until Dark, Eddie, from Mamma Mia, MCC. and Richard Mason in Jane Eyre, MCC. McKay has also been in films such as Private Page in Matt Angus' The Decade, and Tommy, in Anxiety Looms, SCC. McKay would like to thank his family and friends for their support.

Jacob Currie
as Ensemble

Jacob is thrilled to perform in his 2nd Hale show! He is a 3-time AriZoni Award winning actor with 4 nominations. Favorite performances include 42nd Street (Ensemble), Matilda (Rudolpho), Singin’ in The Rain (Don Lockwood), Tarzan (Tarzan), The Addams Family (Gomez), Beauty and The Beast (Lumiere), Peter and The Starcatcher (Black Stache), You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown! (Snoopy), and A Chrismas Carol (Fred/Ebenezer). Thank you to friends, teachers, and especially family!

Joshua South
as Ensemble

Joshua is “bellied up” to join his third show this 2022-2023 season. He was recently seen in HCT's production of 42nd Street and Sister Act (fall of 2022). He performed in the ensemble in 5 of HCTs shows in the 2021-2022 season, The Addams Family, Brigadoon, The Music Man, Footloose, and The Little Mermaid. He is grateful for the opportunity to share the stage with a wonderful cast. @42joshuasouth

Bennett Allen Wood
as Ensemble / Prince u.s.

 Bennett is overjoyed to be returning to Hale! Bennett was most recently in 42nd Street, The Little Mermaid (Flounder) and Footloose (Jeter/Ren). Some other credits include Fly More Than You Fall (World Premiere, BroadwayWorld Winner) and Nevermore (NYA Winner). Bennett would love to thank his family, friends, and boyfriend for their endless love and support, as well as Cambrian, Lincoln and all the cast and crew involved in this production. Belly up! @bennettallenwood

Gary Pimentel
as Shamus u.s. / Monsignor u.s. / Roberts u.s.

Recent HCT Credits: Monsignor O’Hara (Sister Act), Body of Tony Hendon (Lucky Stiff), and William Blore (And Then There Were None). Favorite theater experiences include Nunzio (Over the River and Through the Woods) at Hale West Valley City, Utah, Nick Bottom (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Franklin Hart (9 to 5 The Musical), Charlie (Bridges of Madison County), and Hucklebee (The Fantasticks). Gary thanks Lori for her love and support.

Cambrian James
Director / Choreographer

Cambrian is well-known for his versatile staging throughout the Valley and nationally. He is a multi-award winning director and choreographer for Tarzan, The Wizard of Oz, Footloose, Damn Yankees and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Cambrian has enjoyed a long career as an actor and dancer in Annie (Daddy Warbucks), Crazy For You (Bobby Child), The King and I (the King) and Hairspray (Edna Turnblad).

Lincoln Wright
Music Director

Lincoln has been thrilled to work with this incredible cast. He has music directed over 65 productions for Hale Theatre, including Andrews Brothers, Christmas Carol, Lucky Stiff, Little Mermaid, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Chaps!, and Bright Star (AriZoni winner). Thanks to Cambrian, Dave, Corrin, and Iliana for all their help and support.