Who’s Who: 9 to 5 The Musical


CARRIE ALLIO (Kathy/Ensemble) is thrilled to be playing the part of Kathy with MTG. She hopes that you are able to relax and enjoy time away from your regular “9-5”. She is so thankful to the production team and cast members for making this show so fun. Carrie is extremely grateful to her husband, Mark, and their four boys for letting her get away to rehearsals. Finally, she would like to thank DS and ES for their help and encouragement.


JUSTIN ANDERSON (Producer) has been involved with the Butler area theatre scene since 2007. He’s previously held the role of Producer for MTGs I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, Altar Boyz and Rent. He was most recently seen on “stage” as Triculo in hobnob theatre co.’s The Tempest. He has been in Sales at Baglier Buick GMC for 8 years and recently celebrated his 1 year anniversary with his Wife, Mandi. He thanks you all for coming out and hopes you enjoy the show!


LOGAN S. ANDRES (Candy Striper/Ensemble) is excited to be returning to MTG in 9 to 5! You may have seen her recently in Nunsensation! (Sister Leo) at MTG, Book of Will (Ensemble) at Butler Little Theatre, Iphigenia and Other Daughters (Iphigenia) and Urinetown (Little Becky Two Shoes) at Susquehanna University. She is currently obtaining her BFA in Acting at Slippery Rock University. You can follow her on Instagram @Logan.Andres


ROBERT “NATION” BOOTHE (Director/Choreographer) graduated from Point Park University with an BFA in Musical Theater and then moved to NYC to begin his career. He traveled the United States and Europe, performing in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, West Side Story, Oklahoma and Rugrats Live. Particular highlights include performing on the Radio City Musical Hall stage and the Today Show. Nation is excited to return to MTG with this production. His last adventure in directing and choreographing was for last season’s The Marvelous Wonderettes.


CAITLYN DELIEN (Dancer/Ensemble) is elated to perform with the Musical Theatre Guild for the first time! Caitlyn has been enchanting audiences in the Pittsburgh area in shows such as VaVaVegas at the Greer Cabaret Theater with the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Women of Broadway where she performed as Sally Brown from You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Jo from Little Women and Roxie Hart from Chicago. Caitlyn was most recently seen in the new immersive original musical that debuted in Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh Singles – The Musical! Caitlyn dedicates her performance to everyone in the audience. Thank you for your support and we hope you enjoy the show!


MEGAN FLANNERY MANUEL (Judy) is thrilled to be a part of this show, and is excited you’ve come to support community theatre! She has appeared in several MTG, Butler Little Theatre, and hobnob theatre company productions over the past decade. Some favorite shows include, The Great American Trailer Park Musical, Next to Normal, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Assassins, Crimes of the Heart, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, The Rocky Horror Show, Grease, and A Woman of No Importance. By day, she works a ‘9 to 5’ as an Executive Assistant and Team Sr. Specialist at The Boston Consulting Group. In her spare time, Megan enjoys doing anything that keeps her in the company of her husband Zach (v handsome), their dog Gibson (v. Bernedoodle), and family & friends.


JAYCIE FRYE (Doralee) is excited to share the stage with her new husband (Zach/Dwayne). She has been on stage since she was 12 and recently made her MTG debut as Suzy in The Marvelous Wonderettes. She hopes to continue to be involved with MTG and community theatre in the future. She, Zach, and their three cats live in Ellwood City.


ZACH FRYE (Dwayne/Ensemble) is excited to be playing opposite his real life wife (Jaycie/Doralee) in this MTG production. He has been involve in theatre since 2007. Some of his previous MTG roles include Gabe Goodman in Next to Normal, Matthew in Altar Boyz, Prince Charming in Into the Woods, and most recently Bobby in Company. He would like to thank you for attending and hopes you enjoy the show!


KOURTNEY GROVES (Dancer) has grown up being a part of the MTG family. From helping with props and backstage since she was little to now being choreographer for shows like The Great American Trailer Park Musical and Nunsensations!. Kourtney recently graduated from Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School as a Theatre Major. She was a competitive dancer at Mandi’s Dance Studio for 10+ years and is one of their full-time teachers.


DAVID M. HALIN (Joe/Ensemble) current serves on MTG’s Board of Directors. His theater experience is three decades in the making, with his first show, Hello Dolly (Dancing Waiter) in 1988. His favorite credits include: Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors, Man 1 in Songs for a New World, Ladislav Sipos in She loves Me, Archibald Craven in The Secret Garden, Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jimmy Powers in City of Angels, and most recently Peter in Company.


STEPHANIE KOBIL (Margaret/Ensemble) The best part of being in theater is making people laugh! Stephanie is excited to be able to be part of the “9 to 5” cast, joining some incredible local talent. In the past, she was with MTG ensemble in Evita and Sweeney Todd. She has also been in many Butler Little Theatre shows including Fools, Run For Your Wife, and Dixie Swim Club.




CORBIN MCCOLLOUGH (Josh/Ensemble) is excited to be making his MTG debut workin’ 9-5 as Josh after a 7-year hiatus from theater. His last production being The Miracle Worker (BC3 Pioneer Players) back in 2016. He is absolutely thrilled to be a part of this amazing cast and return to his love of musical theater.


CHUCK MCMICHAEL (Tinsworthy/Ensemble) is pleased to be back in public view, like Halley’s Comet, but 10 times sooner. He last appeared with the MTG as Vice Principal Panch in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. A retired IT analyst, Chuck affirms that the most glorious words in the English language are “musical comedy.”


SUE MORROW (Ensemble) is grateful for the chance to once again be on stage for an MTG production. She last appeared several years ago in Music Man and was a cast member for Fiddler on the Roof and Jesus Christ Superstar. Her joy comes from singing and harmonizing with others. Sue is blessed with a caring supportive husband and family. As a patron of the Arts in Butler, she is thankful for your support of MTG! Enjoy the show.

Natalia Motter

NATALIA MOTTER (Dancer) is a freshman at Butler High School. She dances competitively at Mandi’s Dance Studio and has more than 10 years dance experience. This is her first MTG show and she is super excited to be part of this amazing cast and crew!


VERONICA MORTIER (Violet) is thrilled to be performing with MTG again, having previously appeared in Into the Woods (Baker’s Wife) and Rent (Ensemble). Some of her other community theater productions include Fiddler on the Roof (Golde), Mamma Mia (Rosie), and A Christmas Story (Mother). While she loves performing, her true calling is her roll as a high school science teacher.


BARB “BJ” OSCHE (Assistant Producer, Technical Director) has been involved in theatre for 44 years; both the Musical Theatre Guild and Butler Little Theatre. Over the years, she held various positions on the MTG Board of Directors, including president, vice president, and secretary. Barb has
produced over 30 shows at MTG and is the ticket and membership manager. She served as technical director, stage manager, light board operator, stage running crew, and props crew member for nearly 100 shows. She has also appeared on the MTG stage (in very, very, small roles) in Little Shop of Horrors (2013), Nunsense (2017), Nunsensations! (2023), as well as this production of 9 to 5 the Musical (2023) – See if you can spot her! Barb retired from United Telephone / Sprint / Embarq / Centurylink in 2017 as an Access Engineering Coordinator after 37 years of service. Barb would like to thank the talented cast, production staff, and numerous volunteers for contributing their time and talents to this production.

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ANDREI J. PAGNOTTA (Ensemble) is excited to be part of this great company as his MTG debut. He is an Acting major at Slippery Rock University. Some of his previous roles include Charlie Brown in You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, Juror #8 in Twelve Angry Men, and Dewey Finn in School of Rock.


CARRIE PERSICHINI (Missy) is a veteran of many stage productions, and happy to `join the cast of “9 to 5”. Most of her days run 6am- 11pm. She is on the board of MTG, a Butler Area School District music teacher, and wife to one and mom to four. Enjoy the show!

Mackenzie Sandridge

MACKENZIE SANDIDGE (Dancer) is a Senior at Slippery Rock High School. She is a competitive dancer at Mandi’s Dance Studio in Butler and has 9+ years of dance experience. This is her first show and she is extremely excited to be part of this amazing show and work with this amazing cast and crew.


JESSICA SANZOTTI (Music Director) has been involved in more than fifty MTG productions since she was a teenager (a loooooong time). She is honored to work with this talented production staff and cast. From 9-5, Jessica is  a Sr. Marketing Business Partner at Athletico Physical Therapy. She also is the pianist at Trinity Lutheran Church. Jessica is so glad that you are supporting local arts and hopes you enjoy the show!


DAVLIN SMITH (Roz Keith) is no stranger to MTG. Most recently, she appeared as Sarah in Company and Betty Betty in The Great American Trailer Park Musical. She was also proud to co-music direct the collaboration of Guys and Dolls with the Butler County Symphony Orchestra. Her favorite role was portraying Louise in Always… Patsy Kline. By day, you’ll find Davlin at Concordia Lutheran Ministries. By night, you’ll find her snuggling with her cats – but she’s in no way opposed to snuggling the male species as well.


KEN SMITH (Music Director) is excited to be part of this production of 9 to 5! He was recently on stage at MTG in Company, and has played keyboards for several shows. Ken was music director for MTG’s Jesus Christ Superstar, and was co-music director with Jess for Assassins. He was last seen on stage at Butler Little Theatre’s production of The Book of Will. Ken and his wife Liz produce Shakespeare in the Park and other theatrical whims for hobnob theatre company.


ERIC SNYDER (Bob Enright/Ensemble) loves being back on stage with his friends at the Musical Theatre Guild of Butler. He was last seen on stage in the part of Harry in Mamma Mia! He has been busy at work in Cranberry Township and behind the scenes bringing MTG shows to the stage. He wishes more people could know the joy of volunteering to help with the great people at MTG.


ERIC VOLLMER (Franklin Hart, Jr.) is making his debut with the Musical Theatre Guild of Butler.  Past performance credits include ensemble roles in Anything Goes, Damn Yankees, and Fiddler on the Roof. He has previously performed as a choral vocalist with the Pittsburgh Pops Chorale and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, directed by Marvin Hamlisch, and participated in multiple collegiate and community performing groups over the years. Eric is also an aspiring voiceover artist and has studied with famed voiceover actor and coach Amy Hartman. Offstage, Eric is employed as a technology risk director at USAA and is on the Board of Trustees for the Cranberry Public Library.

“I am very fortunate to have a very supportive family and friends who always root for me. And I am especially thankful for my loving wife Rachael and son Ben, who make me want to be a better person every day. All my heart!”


LIAM WEBSTER (Ensemble) is a Freshman Musical Theatre major at Slippery Rock University from Du Bois, Pennsylvania. He has appeared in roles such as Gomez Addams from The Addams Family, Dmitri from Anastasia, The Baker from Into The Woods, and many more. This is Liam’s first show with MTG, and he couldn’t be happier to get to work with this great company.


AUTUMN ZAPP (Maria/Ensemble) is so excited to make her debut with MTG in 9 to 5. She is from the Butler area and lives with her husband and two cats, Cammi and Kelvin. She was last seen in Beauty and the Beast (Gaston Girl) and has been involved in musicals in the past in high school. Autumn is so grateful and thrilled to work with such talented people. She would like to thank her family and friends for all the love and support. Enjoy the show!