Meet the Cast of ‘A Straightforward Scenario’: Lily Webb

Lily Webb

Celebrate National Give OUT Day June 30 and celebrate Gay Pride with Proud Mary Theatre Company and our Brand Spanking New Play Series with the world premiere of A Straightforward Scenario, a play in one act by Hope Phillips.

In this hilarious scenario, GenZers debate politics and try to balance their attempts to be PC with their thirst-quenching desire for that ever-so-delicately-breaded breast in a foil pouch.

Lily Webb recently graduated from the University of South Alabama with her BFA in musical theatre. She currently resides in Waterville, Maine. Some of her favorite previous credits include Rachel Brown in Inherit the Wind, Betsy/Lindsey in Clybourne Park and a member of the tribe (By My Side) in Godspell. Along with acting, Lily has a great passion for directing and teaching. She spent last fall as a student at the National Theater Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center in New London, Connecticut. She would like to thank her family for their constant love and support.

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Meet the Cast of ‘A Straightforward Scenario’: Sun Schwalm

Celebrate National Give OUT Day June 30 and celebrate Gay Pride with Proud Mary Theatre Company and our Brand Spanking New Play Series with the world premiere of A Straightforward Scenario, a play in one act by Hope Phillips.

In this hilarious scenario, GenZers debate politics and try to balance their attempts to be PC with their thirst-quenching desire for that ever-so-delicately-breaded breast in a foil pouch.

Sun Jane Schwalm (Fiona) is delighted to be returning to Proud Mary Theatre Company! Favorite credits include VAMPIRE LESBIANS OF SODOM, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, TWELVE ANGRY MEN, JULIUS CAESER, SPRING AWAKENING, HELLO DOLLY, HAMLET, and VELVET CURTAINS. From Valparaiso, Florida, Sun currently works and lives in Greenville, South Carolina where she studies Graphic Design and Photography. She hopes to someday disappear mysteriously.

Donations to South Carolina’s Queer Theatre Company can be made on our website at proudmarytheatre.com

LIVE on our FACEBOOK PAGE Tonite @ 8 p.m.

Meet the Cast of ‘A Straightforward Scenario’: Dexter Simmons

Celebrate National Give OUT Day June 30 and celebrate Gay Pride with Proud Mary Theatre Company and our Brand Spanking New Play Series with the world premiere of A Straightforward Scenario, a play in one act by Hope Phillips,

In this hilarious scenario, GenZers debate politics and try to balance their attempts to be PC with their thirst-quenching desire for that ever-so-delicately-breaded breast in a foil pouch.

This premiere stars Zachary Urban (THE BOYS IN THE BAND), Sun Jane Schwalm (LESBIAN VAMPIRES OF SODOM), Dexter Simmons (SOUTHERN BAPTIST SISSIES, THE KISS) and Lily Webb making her Proud Mary Theatre debut.

Dexter Simmons is a USC Upstate Graduate with a degree in Theatre from Clinton SC. He has performed in The Kiss and Southern Baptist Sissies for Proud Mary and is looking forward to working with them again! 

Donations to South Carolina’s Queer Theatre Company can be made on our website at http://www.proudmarytheatre.com.

LIVE on our FACEBOOK PAGE Tonite @ 8 p.m.

Meet the Playwright of ‘A Straightforward Scenario’: Hope Phillips

Celebrate National Give OUT Day June 30 and celebrate Gay Pride with Proud Mary Theatre Company and our Brand Spanking New Play Series with the world premiere of A Straightforward Scenario, a play in one act by Hope Phillips,

In this hilarious scenario, GenZers debate politics and try to balance their attempts to be PC with their thirst-quenching desire for that ever-so-delicately-breaded breast in a foil pouch.

This premiere stars Zachary Urban (THE BOYS IN THE BAND), Sun Jane Schwalm (LESBIAN VAMPIRES OF SODOM), Dexter Simmons (SOUTHERN BAPTIST SISSIES, THE KISS) and Lily Webb making her Proud Mary Theatre debut.\

Hope Phillips is a rising senior at USC Upstate, where she majors in theatre performance and minors in womens’ and gender studies. She enjoys working on both the technical and performance sides of the theatre world. Hilights from her time at USC Upstate include playing Honey in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Gertie in Fuddy Meers, Emma in Betrayal (Irene Ryan Award Nomination), and, most recently, Laura / Margie in Buried Over Lewis. Her technical highlights are assistant directing and stage managing for (Anon)ymous (Irene Ryan Award Nomination), stage managing Last Night and the Night Before, and directing Mary-Kate Olsen is in Love as part of the Advanced Directing One-Acts. She is ecstatic to be collaborating with Proud Mary for the first time for this reading!

Donations to South Carolina’s Queer Theatre Company can be made on our website at proudmarytheatre.com

LIVE on our FACEBOOK PAGE Tonite @ 8 p.m.