Based on the Novel by BRADFORD ROPES and the motion picture The Gazebo owned by Turner Entertainment Co. and distributed by Warner Bros.





The use of all songs is by arrangement with Warner Chappell Music, the owner of music publishers’ rights.

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



Producers & Casting Directors: David & Corrin Dietlein

Director: Tim Dietlein

Costume Designer: Tia Hawkes

Costume Assistant: Celia Erickson

Set Painter & Prop Master: McKenna Carpenter

Props Designer & Set Lead: Brittany Arwine

Stage Manager: Illiana Swartz

Assistant Stage Manager: Aubrey Riggs

Lighting Designer: Boyd Cluff

Sound Designer: Boyd Cluff

Projection Designer: Boyd Cluff

Head of Carpentry: Kyle Webb

Carpenter: Michael Pratt

Costume Stitchers: Jacki Marin, Toni Anne Smith, & Celia Erickson

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

Wigs & Makeup: Cambrian James

Stage Manager: Boyd Cluff

Audio Engineer: Jackson Zyontz 

Assistant Stage Manager: Kate Minor

Hale Bookkeeper: Britney Carpenter


Elliot Nash: Rob Stuart

Nell Nash: Virginia Olivieri

Charlie Thorpe / Dook: Adam Guinn

Matilda Beecher: Karissa Anderson

Louie: Kyle Webb

Detective Jenkins / Harlow: Karl Haas

Mrs. Chandler: Bobby Jean Owensby

Potts: Jayvan Bailey


Setting: New York City and Philadelphia. 1933.


Scene 1: Stage of the Forty-Second Street Theatre, New York

Scene 2: The Gypsy Tea Kettle, restaurant

Scene 3: Stage of the Forty-Second Street Theatre

Scene 4: Dorothy Brock's Dressing Room

Scene 5: Stage of the Forty-Second Street Theatre

Scene 6: Stage of the Arch Street Theatre, Philadelphia. PRETTY LADY "Maison des Dames" exterior & interior.

Scene 7: The Regency Hotel, Philadephia. A duplex set: Dorothy Brock's Room above, The Regency Club with Bar, below.

Scene 8: PRETTY LADY, Opening Night, Philadelphia


Scene 1: Outside the Stage Door, Arch Street Theatre

Scene 2: Voice of Kids in darkness. The Kids Dressing Rooms, a three tiered unit.

Scene 3: Outside the Stage Door, Arch Street Theatre

Scene 4: Broad Street Station, Philadelphia, the Train Platform with two Staircases leading down from the Main Hall above.

Scene 5: Backstage, Stage of the Forty-Second Street Theatre, New York

Scene 6: Peggy Sawyer's Dressing Room


Scene 8: On Stage, immediately following the performance.

Rob Stuart
as Elliot Nash

 Rob is excited for you to see this show! He has portrayed many characters on this stage, including Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird, Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady, the dentist in Little Shop of Horrors, Harold Hill in The Music Man, and Caractacus Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. He thanks Dave, Corrin and Tim for this opportunity, and his family for their support.

Virginia Olivieri
as Nell Nash

Virginia is honored to be returning to the Hale. Olivieri has directed, performed, and produced work in Arizona, Florida, and Colorado. As an award-winning, critically acclaimed director and actor, some of her favorite shows and roles have been 5 Lesbians Eating A Quiche (Director), Oleanna (Director), Glengarry Glen Ross (Director), The Woman In Black (Director), Macbeth (Lady Macbeth). Thank you to the whole team at Hale as well as her ducks Dylan, Nick, Gabby, and partner Rick.

Adam Guinn
as Charlie Thorpe / Dook

Adam is thrilled to be part of The Gazebo. He considers the Hale his home theatre and everyone he works with there an extension of his family. Adam gives thanks to Tim, Dave and Corrin for the opportunity to bring these characters to life, and thanks his family for their support and patience when it gets crazy busy. You can also see Adam at the Hale Wednesday through Saturdays in The Unsinkable Molly Brown as Shamus Tobin.

Karissa Anderson
as Matilda Beecher

Karissa is excited to be returning to the Hale. Some of her favorite past roles are Nellie in “South Pacific”, Aurora in “Sleeping Beauty”, Bianca in “Taming of the Shrew”, Reggie in “Murder in Paradise”, and Cinderella in “Into the Woods”. Off-stage, Karissa’s most treasured time is with her amazing family. She adores her job making magic for children as a birthday party princess performer. Karissa thanks the incredible cast, crew, and artistic team of “The Gazebo” for this experience.

Kyle Webb
as Louie

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. 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!

Karl Haas
as Detective Jenkins / Harlow

Karl is thrilled performing again with Hale! He recently performed (Slavo) The Hit, (Marley/Old Joe) A Christmas Carol and (Carlino) Wait Until Dark. Karl plays (Homeless Harry) Instant Karma on Amazon Prime. Stagework includes (Benny) Guys and Dolls, (King Arthur) Spamalot, (Sidney Bruhl) Deathtrap, (Sir Wilfrid Robarts) Witness for the Prosecution, (General Waverly) White Christmas. Karl is a retired Army Lieutenant-Colonel. BFA, Miami University (Oxford, Ohio). Karl loves Bessie, his biggest fan!!!

Bobby Jean Owensby
as Mrs. Chandler

Bobby Jean is delighted to be back performing at Hale. You may have seen her in previous shows: Harvey, Over the River and Through the Woods, John Loves Mary and Is He Dead? Thanks to Corrin, David, Tim, the Cast and Crew for the opportunity to perform in another amazing production.

Jayvan Bailey
as Potts

Jayvan makes his first professional appearance in The Gazebo, having received a B.A. from Arizona State University, where he studied in the Acting Concentration. Born in Omaha, Nebraska, and raised in Arizona, he is excited and grateful to be welcomed as a member of Hale Theatre.

Tim Dietlein

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).