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Board of Directors

John Timberlake, President –

John has been involved with WCP for the past ten years and
previously served as VP of the Board of Directors. John is the Director of Florida Operations for
the Philadelphia Phillies at BayCare Ballpark and has been a resident of Pinellas County for over
35 years. He has appeared as an actor in over 15 local community theatre shows in the area. In
addition to his Board service at WCP, John has served on the Board of Directors for Ruth Eckerd
Hall, the Clearwater Chamber of Commerce, Clearwater For Youth, the Suncoast Family YMCA
and The Florida State League of Professional Baseball. John’s wife, Ashlie, is a past president of
WCP and the Theatre Director at Palm Harbor University HS.

Susan Demers, Vice President –

Susan Demers has been a Pinellas County resident since 1971 and has had the happy
opportunity to see the tremendous growth in our arts communities. An attorney by training she
has counseled or served on the boards of a variety of arts organizations but has never worked
with an organization in which she finds more common cause than West Coast Players. Over the
years, Ms. Demers has acted in, directed, supplied technical support for, or written a wide
variety of plays, many of them at West Coast. She spends her days (and nights and weekends!)
as an administrator at St. Petersburg College.

Helen Crowley, Treasurer –

Helen is in her second term as Treasurer of WCP. She began her
crazy theatrical journey in 1981 as a rookie co-director of a high school production of M*A*S*H
in Southington, CT. She has been involved in all aspects of theater with many student and
community theater productions. Helen retired from her career as a high school educator in
Connecticut, having worked as a math teacher and assistant principal for 37 years, in 2014. She
was blessed to relocate to the Tampa Bay area in December of 2014 and has produced, stage-managed acted, and house managed in several local community theaters. She considers WCP
her new theatrical home/playground. Helen is a member of Espiritu Santo Catholic Church in
Safety Harbor, where she volunteers in the funeral and youth ministries. She wishes you joy in
your journeys!!

Rosalyn Savel, Secretary –

Rosalyn has been an active member of WCP since moving to
Dunedin 19 years ago. Currently, she serves as Secretary of the Board and has served in that
capacity on and off for many years. Rosalyn is WCP’s volunteer coordinator and also oversees
concessions. She has performed on stage at West Coast Players as well as many other
community theatres. Some of her favorite roles include Emma in Over the River and Through
the Woods, Rayleen Browning in 45 Seconds From Broadway, and Glory in Almost, Maine.
Rosalyn has also served on committees for the annual Gala and Volunteer Appreciation
events.

Brad Brady, Member at Large –

Brad is a native of Baton Rouge, La (GEAUX TIGERS), but has been in the Clearwater area since 1989. He
began acting in the 4th grade and hasn’t stopped since. With a Theatre Education degree from USF, he
spent about 20 years teaching high school theatre at various schools in the Tampa area. He has served
as chairperson for the District V Jr Thespians as well as the District IV Thespians. He served as
webmaster for Florida Association for Theatre Education and is currently a board member for the Florida
Theatre Conference. Brad’s first experience with WCP was way back with Lone Star (still the most fun
he’s had on stage) and since then he’s been seen on this stage many times. All that theatre in his
background and now he sells real estate, go figure!

Safety Protocols for Clue: On Stage

 

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ACT ONE 21-22

 

 

Safety Protocols Daniel’s Husband

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Safety Protocols for WCP

In accordance with CDC recommendations, West Coast Players strongly suggests that all patrons wear masks while in the lobby or auditorium. West Coast Players retains the right to mandate a mask requirement for future shows at any time as conditions and events dictate, or in accordance with local, state or CDC guidelines or mandates.

2021-2022 Season

WEST COAST PLAYERS ANNOUNCES 2021-2022 SEASON ACT ONE

West Coast Players is proud to announce our 2021-2022 season ACT ONE! We are thrilled to bring GREAT, LIVE THEATRE back to the Tampa Bay area and are equally excited for the lineup of shows that fill our 21-22 season. ACT ONE of the season is complete with a mix of comedies and dramas, sure to appeal to varied theatrical tastes, and includes shows from July – December of 2021.

For the immediate future, we will continue to offer ON SALE dates for tickets to our shows, show by show, as we await further safety instructions and regulations that determine our theatre’s capacity. Be sure to check our website for ON SALE dates for each show at www.wcplayers.com

ACT TWO of the 2021-2022 season will be announced in the coming months. We look forward to seeing you soon at West Coast Players!

 

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