Producers & Casting Directors: David & Corrin Dietlein

Director: Tim Dietlein

Assistant Director: Rochelle Barton

Costume Designer: Celia Erickson

Costume Manager: Brielle Hawkes

Lighting & Media Designer: Tim Dietlein

Sound Designer & Audio Engineer: Jackson Zyontz

Shop Manager / Scenic Designer / Head Scenic Artist: McKenna Carpenter

Props Mistress / Scenic Painter: Liz De La Torre

Scenic Painter: Brittany Arwine

Head of Carpentry: Kyle Webb

Carpenters: Michael Pratt & Travis Dietlein

Costume Assistants: Toni Anne Smith & Molly Hill

Wigs & Makeup: Cambrian James

Stage Manager: Kaitlyn Grace

Assistant Stage Manager: Kinsey Moore

Production Assistant: Jamie Fleischer

Business Manager & Hale Bookkeeper: Britney Carpenter


Miss Skillon: Ivana Martinic

Penelope Toop: Gracie Gamble

Ida: Emma Giffen

Corporal Clive Winton: Josh Hunt

The Intruder: Jack Walton

The Rev. Arthur Humphrey: Justin Howell

The Bishop of Lax: J. Kevin Tallent

Sergeant Towers: Adam Guinn

The Rev. Lionel Toop: Cameron Rollins


Penelope Toop u.s.: Amanda Valenzuela

Corporal Clive Winton u.s. / The Rev. Lionel Toop u.s.: Payten McLeod

The Bishop of Lax u.s. / The Intruder u.s.: Karl Haas

Seargent Towers u.s. / The Rev. Arthur Humphrey u.s.: Dennis Kelsch

Miss Skillon u.s.: Gillian Elliott

Ida u.s.: Michala Montaño


The entire action of the play takes place in the Hall at the Vicarage, Merton-Cum-Middlewick, a small village in England.



Scene I: An afternoon in September.

Scene II: The same day around 10:00PM.


Scene I: The same day, a few minutes later.

Ivana Martinic
as Miss Skillon

Ivana is excited to return to the Hale stage. Her most recent engagements here have been: A Christmas Carol (Mrs. Cratchit), Beauty and the Beast (Madame de la Grande Bouche), Bye Bye Birdie (Gloria Rasputin), and Sister Act (Sister Mary Patrick). Her other favorite credits include: A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder (Phoebe D'Ysquith), Candide (Cunegonda), Into the Woods (Rapunzel), and Dialogues of the Carmelites (Sister Constance).

Gracie Gamble
as Penelope Toop

Gracie has performed in theaters all around the Arizona valley. She spends most of her time at rehearsal or on the stage. When she’s not either of those places, she’s spending time with her cat Sushi. Her most recent performances here at The Hale include: A Christmas Carol and Fiddler on the Roof. This show has been an incredible challenge for her and she hopes the audience enjoys watching it as much as she has enjoyed doing it!

Emma Giffen
as Ida

Emma is thrilled to be making her Hale debut! Credits include: Disney's Beauty and the Beast (Belle), Into the Woods (Cinderella), Peter Pan (Wendy), You're A Good Man Charlie Brown (Lucy), Meet Me in St. Louis (Esther), Junie B. Jones (Junie, National Tour), and Frankenstein (Justine, World Premiere). She’s also featured in the Parker & Sons commercial ad campaign. Her favorite role is wife to Daniel, and Mom to Evelyn, Charlotte, and Harrison. Huge thanks to Tim, Dave, and Corrin for this opportunity!

Josh Hunt
as Corporal Clive Winton

Josh works both on stage and film and has received six ariZoni nominations. Most recently, he appeared in Hale's And Then There Were None (Phillip Lombard). This is Josh’s tenth production with Hale and is excited to return. He thanks his wife and kids for supporting him.

Jack Walton
as The Intruder

Jack is excited to return to Hale after making his debut last spring in Bye Bye Birdie. He has performed in many theaters across the Valley. Jack recently was nominated for an AriZoni award for his performance in Something Rotten (Nick Bottom, MCC). Other favorite roles include: American Idiot (Johnny, SCP), RENT (Mark Cohen, SCP), and Newsies (Pulitzer, VYT). Special thanks to everyone at Hale for this opportunity. Much love to his family and friends for their continued support.

Justin Howell
as The Rev. Arthur Humphrey

Justin is honored to return to the Hale stage. Justin was last seen in A Christmas Carol (Christmas Present). Favorite credits include: The Tempest (Prospero) and Pippin (Charlemagne), both done during his time at the University of California, Los Angeles. This performance is dedicated to the memory of his mentors Al Muller and Dominee Muller-Kimball. Happiest of Holidays to all and many thanks and much love to Tim, Corrin, and Dave. 

J. Kevin Tallent
as The Bishop of Lax

Through the years J. Kevin has performed in NYC in a number of Off Off Broadway productions as well as worked with several Valley companies including: Southwest Shakespeare Company, Don Bluth's Front Row Theatre, Mesa Encore Theatre, Fountain Hills Theatre, and Desert Stages. Recent performances include: The Odd Couple, Kill Socrates, and Bell, Book, and Candle. Mr. Tallent would like to dedicate tonight's performance to the three most influential people in his life: his biggest supporters, his parents George and Louise, and his acting mentor James E. Newcomer. Gone all, but never forgotten. (And yes, that is the family name).

Adam Guinn
as Sergeant Towers

Adam is thrilled to be a part of See How They Run. This show has been a riot to prepare for and he can’t wait to see how audiences react to this cast of ridiculously talented folks. Adam would like to thank his castmates/crew for being amazing human beings, Tim Dietlein for his energetic direction as well as insight, Dave and Corrin Dietlein for their support as well as for their leadership and his family for being all his reasons! 

Cameron Rollins
as The Rev. Lionel Toop

Cameron is thrilled to be a part of See How They Run! He was most recently seen in Beauty and the Beast (Gaston), and A Christmas Carol (Fred). He’s a two time Arizoni award nominee (The Scarlett Pimpernel, Bright Star) and enjoys his time on stage with his cast and crew. Thank you to Dave and Corrin for their trust and to his wife Veronica for her support.

Amanda Valenzuela
as Penelope Toop u.s.

Amanda is thrilled to be back at Hale! She has recently returned from Salt Lake City where she performed in Titanic at the Hale Centre Theatre Sandy. She was also recently seen in the world premiere of Million Dollar Quartet Christmas (Dyanne). Other Hale Gilbert credits include: Beauty and the Beast (Babette), The Music Man (Marian Paroo), Brigadoon (Fiona MacLaren), The Addams Family (Morticia), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Christine), Hello, Dolly! (Irene Molloy), and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Truly Scrumptious). Many thanks to Dave, Corrin, Tim, Rochelle, the cast, crew, and her family. She hopes you enjoy the show! 

Payten McLeod
as Corporal Clive Winton u.s. / The Rev. Lionel Toop u.s.

Payten returns for his fifth production with the Hale Theatre since 2018. Most recently seen in Hale’s Fiddler on the Roof (Reb Mordcha). Other Hale credits include: No, No, Nanette, Freaky Friday, and Footloose! Thanks to Dave, Corrin, and especially Tim for their guidance and patience, as well as his friends and family for their support. "Enjoy!" @payten_mcleod

Karl Haas
as The Bishop of Lax u.s. / The Intruder u.s.

Karl is thrilled to return to the Hale stage! Recent credits include: A Christmas Carol (Jacob Marley), The Gazebo (Harlow), The Hit (Slavo), Wait Until Dark (Carlino). Karl can also be seen in Instant Karma (Homeless Harry) on Amazon Prime. Stagework includes: Guys and Dolls (Benny), Spamalot (King Arthur), Deathtrap (Sidney Bruhl), Witness for the Prosecution (Sir Wilfrid Robarts), and White Christmas (General Waverly). Karl is a retired Army Lieutenant-Colonel. He holds a BFA from Miami University. Karl loves Bessie, his biggest fan!

Dennis Kelsch
as Sergeant Towers u.s. / The Rev. Arthur Humphrey u.s.

Dennis was last seen on the Hale stage in Wait Until Dark (Roat). Other post roles include: Over the River and Through the Woods (Nunzio), and And Then There Were None (The Doctor). Dennis is grateful to his four kids for their encouragement and enthusiasm for his performing.

Gillian Elliott
as Miss Skillon u.s.

Gillian is glad to be apart of this production! Most recently seen in A Christmas Carol (Mrs. Cratchit/Mrs. Fezziwig), some past Hale credits include: Something’s Afoot (Lady Grace Manley-Prowe) and Beauty and the Beast (Ensemble, US Mrs. Potts/Madame de la Grande Bouche). Other: Sweeney Todd (Mrs. Lovett , MCC), Into the Woods (Baker’s Wife, CGCC, Irene Ryan Semifinalist), and Sister Act (Mother Superior, AZ Premiere, AriZoni Award). She would like to thank the entire Hale team for this opportunity and her loving family for their unwavering support. "Enjoy the show!"

Michala Montaño
as Ida u.s.

Michala Montaño is thrilled to be returning to Hale. Some of her past Hale credits include: The Andrew's Brothers (Peggy Jones), Bye Bye Birdie (Rosie Alvarez), The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Molly Brown), and Something's Afoot (Lettie). Special thanks to Tim, Rochelle, Dave and Corrin for this opportunity, and thank you to her friends and family for all of their support.

Tim Dietlein

Tim started his theater career at the ripe old age of six months where he played the part of a baby. To this date, it was, and still is his finest performance. The theater bug bit him hard, and so Tim has been involved in theater, in one capacity or the other, for over 50 years. The last thirty-five years saw him working as a director and actor in the Los Angeles area where he was directly involved in hundreds of productions.

Rochelle Barton
Assistant Director

Rochelle is thrilled to be joining the creative team at Hale in this new and exciting role behind the scenes. She is a veteran to the stage as well as a classically trained vocalist and graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC. She has performed in National Tours, Regional Theatres and performs frequently throughout the valley. Thank you to Tim, Dave and Corrin for the opportunity.  Much love to her family for all the support.