Stage Door Players

Stage Door Players

5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Dunwoody, GA 30338

I Do, I Do, I Do

I Do, I Do, I Do

Diana is beautiful, intelligent, and sweet natured. The three men in her life are Jamie, the much envied man to whom she is officially engaged; Tom, the attractive boyfriend of Jamie’s sister; and Geoff, the oldest friend who is to be best man. Diana’s insurmountable problem is that, during the course of the longest weekend of her life, she finds herself having promised marriage to all three! Will she make up her mind in time for the big society wedding arranged in a month’s time?

  • September 19 through October 12, 2014

By Robin Hawdon

Nick Silvestri

Nick Silvestri

Musical Direction

Godspell

Chuck Welcome

Chuck Welcome

Best Set Design

On Golden Pond

Dina Shadwell

Dina Shadwell

Best Direction

Miracle On South Division Street

Abby Parker

Abby Parker

Best Costume Design

Godspell

I Do, I Do, I Do Cast

Matthew Bass
Matthew Bass

Matthew Bass hails from St. Louis, MO, but has called Atlanta his home for two years now. He received his bachelor's degree at Louisiana Tech University, where he discovered his passion for stage combat. He works with Rat Pack Productions as a fight instructor and choreographer. His most recent credits include Damien/Jeremiah in Blood Will Out, Daniel Kaffee in A Few Good Men, and Herbert/Harry in Letters to Sala. He would like to thank his wife Bri for her undying fandom and support. Enjoy the show!

I Do, I Do, I Do Cast

Alana Cheshire
Alana Cheshire

Alana Cheshire is thrilled to be back at Stage Door Players! Previously, she was seen in SDP’s 2013 production of Once Upon a Mattress. Earlier this year, Alana appeared as "Suzy" in ART Station’s The Marvelous Wonderettes: Caps and Gowns, in Georgia Ensemble Theatre's Camelot, and as “Carla” in Pinch 'N Ouch Theatre's Wall Street Wedding. A proud grad of Indiana University, Alana has performed all over Atlanta in theaters including The Alliance Theatre, Fabrefaction Theatre Company, and TellTale Theatre, and out of town at the Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival and Cardinal Stage Company. Big thanks to my wonderful friends and family for all their support, to Steven for keeping me relatively sane, and you for supporting live theatre!

I Do, I Do, I Do Cast

Brian Hatch
Brian Hatch

Brian Hatch, Georgia-born and Florida-raised, is so grateful to Robert and Stage Door Players for this amazing opportunity. Brian graduated from Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida - where, along with the distinction of Magna cum Laude, he received an honors designation. After graduating, Brian completed an acting internship at Florida Repertory Theatre, where he made his regional theatre debut. Here in Atlanta, Brian was last seen as Rocky in the Actor’s Express production of Rocky Horror Show. Select professional credits include Shakespeare's R&J (Romeo), Deathtrap (Cliff), The Little Foxes (Leo), Camping with Henry and Tom (Starling) and The Odyssey Experience (Odysseus). He is so thankful to his Mom, Dad and sister, as well as his amazing Atlanta family, The Coyne's; nothing but love, love, love to his partner, Molly.

Photo Gallery

The Odd Couple

The Odd Couple

Photo Gallery

Godspell 2012

Godspell 2012

Rial Ellsworth
Rial Ellsworth

Sound Designer in Residence

Whenever he is not on stage, Rial enjoys being part of the incredible production team here at Stage Door. Being a child of the sixties, he has always been fascinated with the effect music and sound have on human emotions.

Jane Kroessig
Jane Kroessig

Wardrobe Designer in Residence

Jane is delighted to be returning to Stage Door after working as a freelance costume designer costuming nearly 100 shows for many Atlanta area theatres including The Essential Theatre, OnStage Atlanta, Serenbe Playhouse and The Legacy Theatre.

Jacob York
Jacob York

Artistic Associate

A native of Benton, KY, Jacob moved to Atlanta, GA seven years ago to participate in the Shakespeare Tavern's Apprentice Program. In addition to acting, Jacob is a playwright whose first show, Homers, will be premiering at the Georgia Ensemble Theatre & Conservatory in early 2015.