Family Weekend Performance Dates: March 10, 16-17, & 23-24, 2024 

School Matinee Performance Dates: March 5-29, 2024

Based on the book Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! 

By Mo Willems, Published by Hyperion Books for Children, Script by Mo Willems and Mr. Warburton, Lyrics by Mo Willems, Music by Deborah Wicks La Puma, and Dramaturgy by Megan Alrutz 


The Pigeon: Raymond Cronley
Business Man, Hot Dog Vendor, Backup Duckling, Airplane Engine: Matthew Green
Little Old Lady, Backup Duckling: Courtney Sue Mulford
Teenager, City Worker, Backup Duckling: Marco Antonio Perez
The Duckling, The Bus Engine, The Bus, Bus Driver’s Mom, Puppy: Carolyn Tachoir
The Bus Driver: Isabelle Wisdom-Flores

Cast & Crew Bios

Originally from Cincinnati, Raymond graduated with a BFA in Musical Theatre from Ohio Northern University in 2021. Since then, he has performed at theme parks such as Cedar Point and Busch Gardens Williamsburg, and spent a year as a part of the resident acting company at Charleston Stage in Charleston, SC. Recent credits include Jonathon in The Play that Goes Wrong, Lucas Beineke in The Addams Family: A New Musical, John Arable/Lurvy in Charlotte’s Web, and Bob Cratchit in Scrooge No More!


Matthew Green (he/him) is thrilled to be appearing in his first production with Lexington Children's Theatre! A recent graduate of Temple University with his BFA in Musical Theater, he has appeared onstage in The Sound of Music (Admiral/US Rolf - Milton Theatre), The Prom (Kevin/US Trent - Media Theatre), Rock of Ages (Joey Primo/US Drew - Centenary Stage Co.), and Tuck Everlasting (Ensemble - Centre Theater). He co-founded and served as executive producer of Temple’s By You For You: A Student Musical Theater Company where he directed Seussical and produced Godspell. Select production credits include Arden Theatre: Spelling Bee (Assistant Director), The Summit Playhouse: Spring Awakening (Director/Choreographer), Spelling Bee (Director/Choreographer), Grease (Director). Thanks to the whole cast, crew, friends, and family for all their support! 

Courtney Sue Mulford is ecstatic to be back at LCT! An Ohioan turned world traveler, she is a 2019 graduate of Northern Kentucky University with a BFA in Musical Theatre and a minor in Marketing. Some previous credits include: Assistant Stage Manager for Rand Productions, Stage Manager for Bigfork Summer Playhouse (2023); Musician & Multiple Characters in The Legend of John Henry and Anansi The Spider (Lexington Children's Theatre); Assistant Technical Director with Dracula: The Failings of Men (Havoc Movement); Lucy in The Lion, The Witch... and Flotsam in The Little Mermaid (LCT); Burning Girl & Production Stage Manager with The Lost Colony. She would like to thank her parents for chasing her around the country, LCT for a third opportunity to tell beautiful stories, Kate Tayler for being a phenomenal SM and friend, and her loved ones (near and far, human and animal) for all their support! Much love!

Marco Perez comes to us from McAllen, TX. Born and raised there, Marco has grown up with so much culture around him. After graduating from Abilene Christian University with Bachelor of Fine Arts, he is making his first professional acting with us here! Marco has been in such shows as Triton in The Little Mermaid and Telly in Godspell. Before this, Marco had just played Bernstein in Dogfight. Marco is so thankful to everyone who has helped him get to his place currently, and he hopes you enjoy the show!


Carolyn is so excited for her first show with LCT! She is a Pittsburgh native and a recent CUA graduate in Washington DC, receiving her BM in Musical Theatre. Some of her favorite credits include Orange Girl (Shout! The Mod Musical), Vocalist (Cool Yule Christmas), and Erma (Anything Goes). Carolyn would like to thank her friends and family for their constant love and support- especially her parents who kept her bookshelves stocked with Mo Willems since the beginning! Enjoy the show!


Isabelle Wisdom-Flores is so thrilled to be back at LCT this spring! Most recently, she was a part of LCT’s fall touring productions A Reluctant Dragon (Olivia) and The Smartest Girl in the World (Cheryl and Others). Additional credits include: Boston Pop Orchestra Ragtime (Female Swing) and Emerson College’s The Spitfire Grill (Effy Krayneck). She is also a recent graduate of Emerson College with her BFA in Musical Theatre. She would like to thank her incredibly supportive family, and all the wonderful people at LCT! She hopes you enjoy the show!  


Special Thanks

Production Staff Credits

Jeremy Kisling (Director)

Jessica Pearl French (Music Director)

Raymond Cronley, Matthew Green, Jeremy Kisling, Courtney Sue Mulford, Marco Antonio Perez, Carolyn Tachoir, Isabelle Wisdom-Flores (Choreography)

Pigeon and Duckling Puppet (rented from Children's Theatre of Charlotte)

Katherine Stepanek (Scenic Design)

Andrew Burns (Costume Design)

Kevin D. Gawley (Lighting Design)

Kate Tayler (Stage Manager)

Gabriel Slusser (Technical Director)

Laika Myers (Assistant Technical Director)

Laika Myers, Gabriel Slusser (Carpenters)

Laika Myers (Charge Artist)

GraceAnne Miles, Laika Myers (Scenic Painters)

Laika Myers (Properties Manager)

Laika Myers, Gabriel Slusser (Properties Construction)

Marie Henderson (Costume Shop Manager)

Gabriella Cortés, Emily Hampton, (Costume Construction)

Maddi Knoettner (Front of House Manager)

Maddi Knoettner, Makenzie Shimko (Box Office)

Samuel M. Acosta, Rhonda Bell (Educational Materials)

Staff Bios

Samuel M. Acosta is a recent graduate of Cedarville University, having received his BA in Theatre with a concentration in performance, along with a minor in Theatre design. His favorite show he's ever worked on is when he directed Eleemosynary.

Rhonda is excited to continue her journey at LCT as Education Director. She holds an MA in Theatre from the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa and a BA from Berea College. Rhonda enjoys driving her car, watching cartoons, and having lively debates with her students.

Tavia has worked hard over the last 19 years to bring children’s theatre to Eastern Kentucky. She believes strongly that all children have the ability to be creative and through that creativity will discover the gifts they possess. She would like to thank LCT and the W. Paul and Lucille C. Little Foundation!

Heather is overjoyed to be back at LCT after an artistic odyssey spanning from "The Little Apple" of Manhattan, KS to "The Second City" of Chicago. She earned a Master of Arts from University of Kentucky and serves on the KPW board. Heather dedicates this season to Eddy and Huckleberry.

Andrew is excited to be making his design debut at Lexington Children’s Theatre. He would like to extend his sincere thanks to LCT for awarding him the opportunity to design this production through the Ready to Design Award at SETC 2023. He is currently a third-year MFA Costume Design and Technology Candidate at the University of South Carolina graduating this May 2024. He graduated with his BA in Theatre from Florida State University in 2019. Design credits include: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Sh’Boom! A Christmas Miracle (Sierra Repertory Theatre), Shout! The Mod Musical, Murder on the Orient Express, Driving Miss Daisy (Winnipesaukee Playhouse), Sideway Stories from Wayside School, Wonderland (Ballet), Small Mouth Sounds, This is Our Youth, A Connection is Made choreographed by André Megerdichian (University of South Carolina), Dog Sees God (Out Front Theatre Company). Special thanks to his family and friends for their love and support. Website:

Since completing LCT’s Arts Administration internship in 2015, Ashlee has worked with theatres all over the country, including Chicago Children’s Theatre, Lifeline Theatre, and most notably, with Broadway in Chicago as a marketing assistant during the first National Tour of Disney’s Aladdin!

Jessica Pearl French is elated to make her debut as the guest Musical Director for this LCT production, though she is no stranger to the LCT stage. She holds a BA in music from Berea College, where she was awarded multiple opportunities to travel around the globe performing opera and musical theatre. She was featured in many performances at the University of Kentucky, where she began her master's degree, and has performed in numerous shows within the region throughout her career. Jessica is currently pursuing a degree in Clinical Mental Health & Counseling and also serves as the Director of Performing Arts and music teacher at Redwood Cooperative School. It is her dream to positively impact lives through music, theatre, and mental health advocacy. For Jessica, her love for musical theatre began early in her life on this very stage, and she is grateful for this full-circle opportunity.

Emily graduated from the University of Kentucky with a BA in Theatre in 2020. She is passionate about costuming and the fiber arts! 

Marie's experience with LCT, and theatre altogether, began with a walk on role at the age of nine.  She is delighted to have closed the circle of her theatrical experience by coming "home" to LCT as a staff member. 

Kathryn started with LCT in 2015 as an Arts Administration Intern, became a full-time staff member in 2016, and since then has held a few different positions, most recently Director of Marketing and Analytics. Thanks to the LCT Family for all your love and support over the years!

Welcome to LCT! We want this to be your theatre, a place where you feel empowered, enriched, and emboldened. I am so honored and humbled to work with such amazing and talented artists and individuals every day! Thank you for being here, for your support, and for being a part of the LCT Family.

Maddi is a recent college graduate from the University of Kentucky with a degree in Communication Studies. She is a Gold Medalist of The United States Figure Skating Association and is a figure skating instructor over at the Lexington Ice Center. Maddi brings a unique blend of communication expertise and athletic achievements, and she is honored to showcase her diverse skills at Lexington Children's Theatre!

Laika Myers is a recent graduate from Bowling Green State University where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a focus in Design and Technical Theatre. Laika is super excited to join the Lexington Children's Theatre team and to share her passion for theatre with them!

Rachel has a BA in English and a BS in Speech Therapy from U.K.  In her free time, she likes to hang out with her husband, Bobby, and their dogs, read, run, and craft. She is a founding board member of First-Generation Women Achievers of the Bluegrass and a proud volunteer and board member for Girls on the Run.

Gabriel has worked throughout the southeast in positions ranging from sound engineer to lead electrician to shop foreman at theatres including Titusville Playhouse, Inc., Georgia Ensemble Theatre, and Buford Community Center. As LCT’s Technical Director, he facilitates the implementation of all scenic, lighting, audio, and projection elements for their season.

Katherine Stepanek is a scenic and lighting designer and a Professor of Theatrical Design and Technology at Colorado Mesa University. She got her MFA in scenic design from the University of Tennessee and her BFAs in lighting design and scenic design from the Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University. She has worked professionally as a designer and an assistant throughout the country. Selected productions include scenic design for Million Dollar Quartet at the Clarence Brown Theatre (Knoxville, TN), Miracle on 34th Street at Crane River Theatre (Kearney, NE), and The Hobbit at Lexington Children's Theatre (Lexington, KY). Lighting design work includes Dracula, a Feminist Revenge at the Robinson Theatre (Grand Junction, CO) Oklahoma at Highlands Playhouse (Highlands, NC) and The Haunting of Hill House at Shawnee Theatre (Shawnee, IN). She has also worked in the art department for Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame and Avengers: Infinity War. 

Chris Swanson has been a theatre professional for the past 25 years. She is very excited to be joining the staff at LCT. She earned her MA and BA in Theatre and Communications from Morehead State. Her past credits include Bat Boy the Musical and Book of Days.

Kate Tayler graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications degree from Bowling Green State University in Design & Technical Theatre. She is originally from Monroe, Michigan. Kate loves spending time with her cats and her partner, keeping up on all things Taylor Swift, and working with young people.

LCT Professional Staff

Samuel M. Acosta, Education Associate

Rhonda Bell, Education Director 

Octavia Biggs, Program Director of Shooting Stars Youtheatre

Heather N. Branham, Resident Director / Company Manager

Ashlee Collins, Development Director 

Marie Henderson, Costume Director

Kathryn Henriques, Director of Marketing and Analytics

Jeremy Kisling, Producing Artistic Director

Maddi Knoettner, Patron Services Manager

Laika Myers, Charge Artist / Assistant Technical Director

Rachel Ray, Managing Director

Makenzie Shimko, Box Office Assistant

Gabriel Slusser, Technical Director

Chris Swanson, Sales and Outreach Manager

Kate Tayler, Resident Stage Manager 

Indigenous peoples have lived on the land now called Kentucky for at least 12,000 years. Every community owes its existence and heritage to generations from around the world who contributed their hopes, dreams, and stories to making the history that led to this moment. Indigenous peoples have always lived on the land that is now called Kentucky and continue to live here today. The place we now call Kentucky is primarily Shawnee, Cherokee, Chickasaw, and Osage land.

A commonly cited claim many of us heard in history class growing up is that this region was merely a hunting ground. This claim is a myth, perpetuated at first by land speculators who wished to improve land sales, and still today to absolve settler colonists and their descendants from grappling with their history of land theft, genocide, and white supremacy. The continuation of this myth is harmful for all of us.

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