Cast and Designers Announced for Porchlight Revisits “Call Me Madam”

Cast and Designers Announced for Porchlight Revisits “Call Me Madam”

Pictured: Donica Lynn

Porchlight Music Theatre has announced the cast and design team for Porchlight Revisits “Call Me Madam,” with book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse and music and lyrics by Irving Berlin.

The cast includes Donica Lynn, “Sally Adams;” Matthew Keffer, “Cosmo Constantine;” Nik Kmiecik, “Kenneth Gibson;” Laura Savage, “Princess Maria;” Bill Larkin, “Senator Wilkins;” Chris Baum, “Senator Gallagher;” Cortez Johnson, “Senator Brockbank;” Elliot Sagay, “Pemberton Maxwell;” Larry Baldacci, “Sebastian Sebastian;” Tom Shea, “Senator Gibson/Duke of Otto/ensemble;” Michelle McKenzie-Voigt, “Secretary/Duchess Sophie/ensemble;” Connor Giles, “featured dancer/ensemble” and Taryn Skoda, “featured dancer/ensemble.” Porchlight is proud to partner with Roosevelt University’s Chicago College of Performing Arts including students enrolled in the program Adit Marciano, Drew Mitchell, Tanner Garmon, Ashton Norris, Katie Kotila and Emma Murphy as ensemble apprentices.

Pictured: Cast of “Call Me Madam”

The production team includes Christopher Pazdernik, director; Micky York, music director; Jenna Schoppe, choreographer; Rueben Echoles, costume designer; Rachel West, lighting designer; Keegan Bradac, sound designer; Kaitlin Moser, stage manager; Sean Michael Mohler, stage manager assistant; Hai Alvarez-Millard, stage manager assistant; Jack Breslow, stage manager assistant apprentice; Samantha Treible, wardrobe supervisor and Jamie Davis, audio engineer.

Each Porchlight Revisits production begins with the“Behind the Show Backstory” multimedia presentation, created and hosted by Artistic Director Michael Weber, discussing that evening’s production including the show’s creative history, juicy backstage gossip and much more. Porchlight Revisits “Call Me Madame” runs for three performances Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 7:30 p.m. and Thursday, Nov. 21 at 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at The Ruth Page Center for the Arts, 1016 N. Dearborn Street. For more information visit

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