The Wishing Well Girl

Written & Directed by Beth Marshall
Original Music by Julian Bond
A Gothic socio-political fairytale(esque) performance-art poetry piece about a lost little ghost girl and her sidekick the cat-rat-bat and their quest to right the world’s wrongs and fix all things unjust.
This piece will take play in multiple venue locales at varying times during Jan. & Feb. 2016.
Has been rescheduled for August 2016. Please stay tuned for exact dates!
Production Team
Beth Marshall – Writer/Director
David Merchant – Assistant to Producer/Stage Manager
Helen Tillman – Venue Tech
Tommy Mangeri – Set Design
Darth Knapik – Master Carpenter
Julian Bond – Orignal Music and Score
The Wishing Well Girl – Momo Earle
The Mother – Jamie Middleton
The Father – Tod Caviness
The Teacher – Kaitlin Elizabeth Baxter
The Angel of Darkness – Erin Wagoner
The Orphans – Ben Campbell, Eislinn Gracen, Sarah Isola, Clark Levi, Reigan Paulovich, and Winona Wiley
Sir CoCo Fabulous as The CAT-RAT-BAT
The Mother – Jamie Middleton
Jamie Middleton
Jamie Middleton – Jamie graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Central Florida and has performed throughout central Florida for the past 25 years.  Her previous productions with Beth Marshall Presents include Our Town, A Christmas Carol, The Diviners, and Children of a Lesser God, as well as a two time veteran actress with Play-In-A-Day.  Jamie has been employed with Universal Orlando in Entertainment since 1995 and formerly modeled for Walt Disney Feature Animation.  She also enjoys doing voice-over work.  Jamie is thrilled to return to the Garden Theatre with this wonderful director, cast, and crew and sends her love and gratitude to Stephen, Christian, and Ariel, without whom none of this would be possible or worthwhile.
The Father – Tod Caviness
Tod C
Tod Caviness is a freelance writer and three-time winner of the Orlando Weekly’s “Best Poet / Spoken Word Artist” award. He can be blamed for several recurring poetry events for the annual Orlando Fringe Festival, including his popular Poetry Vending Machine. Tod is jazzed to be working with Beth Marshall again following his performances in the original production of Beatnik (alongside his lovely wife, dancer Christin Caviness) and Alice Lost in Wonderland.
The Teacher – Kaitlin Elizabeth Baxter
Kaitlin Elizabeth Baxter is thrilled to making her full fledged BMP debut in “> The Wishing Well Girl.”  Although Kaitlin has been a part of the annual event Play-In-A-Day for going on 3 years, this will be her first production that actually has had multiple days of rehearsals. Kaitlin is a graduate of Rollins College, with a major in theatre and minor in dance. She is also the Theatre Teacher and Director at Lake Minneola High School. As an actor year round, she plays the role of Mercury with the Orlando theatre troupe Phantasmagoria. In her few sparing moments between teaching, directing and performing you can also find her promoting as a Spinnerette.
The Angel of Darkness – Erin Wagoner
Erin Wagoner
Erin has had an exciting introduction into the world of Beth Marshall Presents this season, appearing in both Play in a Day and Beatnick Cubed. Now she takes the stage as the ‘Angel of Darkness’ in The Wishing Well Girl. Erin is a singer-songwriter as well and is currently recording her first album. You can also occasionally find her serving up laughs in shows at Sleuth’s Mystery Dinner Theatre.
The Orphans
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Ben Campbell is overwhelmed with excitement to be portraying Orphan 2 in Beth Marshall’s “The Wishing Well Girl.” Previously, he participated as an actor in Beth Marshall’s “Play In A Day,” Baby John in Osceola Arts’ production of “West Side Story,” Young Don Lockwood in Osceola Arts’ production of “Singin’ In The Rain,” and more. He would like to thank his parents for taking the time to drive him to and from rehearsals and the Beth Marshall Presents team for allowing him this amazing opportunity.
Eislinn Gracen is an 11-year-old 6th grader who hopes to one day follow her idol Kristen Wiig’s footsteps to Saturday Night Live.  Since she was first bitten by the acting bug 3 years ago, Eislinn has been in nearly two dozen productions.  Some of her favorite roles include: Peter Pan (Peter Pan), Witch of the West (Wizard of Oz), and Cat in the Hat (Seussical) at Shine in the Limelight, as well as Miss Hannigan (Annie) and Marilla Cuthbert (Avonlea) at Orlando Repertory Theatre. In addition to dreams of starring on the SNL stage, Eislinn also hopes to conquer Broadway.  She would like to thank her family for their continued support and Beth for giving her the opportunity to perform in this fabulously dark play!  Eislinn is represented by Central Florida Talent.
Sarah Isola
Sarah Isola is thrilled to be back at Beth Marshall Presents! Some of her past credits include Play in A Day at BMP, Les Miserables (Little Cosette), Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Cinderella), Dear Edwina (Edwina), and the National Anthem (Solar Bears Hockey). She thanks her family, friends, God, and Beth for this amazing opportunity!
Clark Levi
Clark Levi (Orphan) is proud to be in his 1st Beth Marshall production. He was also a director for PIAD this season. He would like to thank his parents, his theatre friends, Monica Tamborello, his past theatre teachers Tiffany Weagly and David Lee, and his current theatre teacher Mrs. Love.
RP 2
This is Reigan Paulovich’s first time performing with Beth Marshall Presents, aside from play in a day. She has been a performer for 6 years with companies such as Hamburger Mary’s, CFPA, STL, Penguin Point Productions, LHTC, and Clandestine Arts. She is honored to work with Beth on an original piece, and is thrilled to be working with such talented individuals.
Winona Wiley 2
Winona Wiley is excited to be performing in The Wishig Well Girl! This would be her third time performing in a BMP show, previously acting in PIAD this year and Beatnik Cubed. Winona is also interning for BMP this season. Previous credits include This Property is Condemmed(Willie), Coercion(Lina), The Secret Life of Girls(Abby), The Children’s Hour(Rosalie Wells), and more. She would like to thank Beth for giving her this opportunity and anyone who helped make this show possible!

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