Meet the Cast of ‘Alive’: Jason Maduafokwa

Jason Maduafokwa

Proud Mary Theatre Company continues our Brand Spanking New Play Series with the world premiere of Alive written and directed by Greenville native Taylor Davidson on Tuesday, July 14.

“Alive” stars:
Grace: Katie Wickline
Mark: Reuben Fitzer
Gabi: Heather Pharis
Josh: Jason Maduafokwa

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

Meet the Cast of Alive: Heather Pharis

Proud Mary Theatre Company continues our Brand Spanking New Play Series with the world premiere of Alive written and directed by Greenville native Taylor Davidson on Tuesday, July 14 @ 8 p.m. on our FACEBOOK PAGE.

“Alive” stars:

Grace: Katie Wickline

Mark: Reuben Fitzer

Gabi: Heather Pharis

Josh: Jason Maduafokwa

Heather Pharis is an Atlanta actor originally from Dublin, GA. She graduated from Berry College with a degree in theatre. Afterwards she joined the Horizon Theatre as an acting apprentice. Her last two performances were Regan in “King Lear and Lavinia in “Titus Andronicus”. She enjoys painting and playing video games with her cat Maxwell Klinger. 

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

LIVE on our FACEBOOK PAGE @ 8 p.m.

Meet the Cast of Alive: Reuben Fitzer

Proud Mary Theatre Company continues our Brand Spanking New Play Series with the world premiere of Alive written and directed by Greenville native Taylor Davidson on Tuesday, July 14 @ 8 p.m. on our FACEBOOK PAGE.

“Alive” stars:

Grace: Katie Wickline

Mark: Reuben Fitzer

Gabi: Heather Pharis

Josh: Jason Maduafokwa

“Reuben Fitzer is a rising first-year student at Winthrop University. He was heavily involved in the theatre program at Greenville Tech Charter HS, his favorite role being Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors. In his free time, you will find him belting show tunes and listening to Hamilton on repeat. He is excited to be a part of more theatre in college and onward.

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

LIVE on our FACEBOOK PAGE @ 8 p.m.

Meet the Cast of Alive: Katie Wickline

Proud Mary Theatre Company continues our Brand Spanking New Play Series with the world premiere of Alive written and directed by Greenville native Taylor Davidson.

“Alive” stars:

Grace: Katie Wickline

Mark: Reuben Fitzer

Gabi: Heather R. Leaphart

Josh: Jason Maduafokwa

Katie Wickline is an Atlanta-based actor, teaching artist, and voiceover talent who is ecstatic to be reading as Grace! This role hits close to home and it is an honor to tell her story. She graduated from Florida State University with a degree in Theatre. Her favorite Atlanta credits include Titus Andronicus (Chiron), 12 Angry Jurors (Juror #4) at Act3, Tapas (Star/Carver) at Academy Theatre, The Big Meal (Woman #3 – MAT nominee) at Onstage Atlanta, and Almost, Maine (Marvalyn) at CentreStage North. She is an inaugural member of company Tipsy Tales, which will premiere Robin Hood whenever the world decides to stop being terrible! More info at katiewickline.com, enjoy the reading!

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

LIVE on our FACEBOOK PAGE @ 8 p.m.

Meet the Playwright of ‘Alive’: Taylor Davidson

Proud Mary Theatre Company continues our Brand Spanking New Play Series with the world premiere of Alive written and directed by Greenville native Taylor Davidson on Tuesday, July 14 @ 8 p.m.

Taylor Davidson (director and playwright) is thrilled to have her first full-length play chosen for the Proud Mary Virtual Play Reading Series. She appeared at Proud Mary as Ginny in Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche and has also performed at other theaters throughout SC and Georgia, including Live Arts Theatre, Lionheart Theatre, the Upstate Shakespeare Festival, Centre Stage, and Spartanburg Little Theatre. 

“This play is very close to my heart. Though it deals with difficult topics, such as suicide, mental illness, and addiction, my goal was to create a piece that’s ultimately about love, connection, and how people find ways to keep living,” says Davidson.

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

LIVE on our FACEBOOK PAGE @ 8 p.m.