Family Weekend Performance Dates: November 25 & December 2-3, 2023 

School Matinee Performance Dates: November 27 – December 4, 2023

If You Like...
  • Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells! 
  • A Christmas Story 
  • Miracle on 34th Street 

Ages 6+

≈1 hour

Performed at The Lexington Opera House

Adapted by Barbara Robinson

The Bradley family’s church Christmas Pageant is always the same, year after year – until the Herdmans show up! With “the worst kids in the world” taking the lead roles, this year’s Pageant will be a total disaster. But it might just be the year when the rambunctious, rag-tag Herdmans help their community see Christmas in a whole new way, and prove that even the worst kids in the world can change it for the better. 


The Green cast performs 11/27, 11/28, 12/1 (school matinees), 11/25 at 2pm, & 12/2 at 7pm (public shows)

The Red cast performs 11/29, 11/30, 12/4 (school matinees), 12/2 at 2pm, & 12/3 at 2pm (public shows)

Beth Bradley (Lauren Goodwin)

Beth Bradley (Ava Underwood)

Bob Bradley (Alan V. Brown)

Charlie Bradley (Philip Ritchie)

Charlie Bradley (Carter Stiff)

Grace Bradley (Tyrah West)

Claudia Herdman (Paige Ruszkowski)

Claude Herdman (Joey Millea Hester)

Gladys Herdman (Macy Petralia)

Gladys Herdman (Kenzie Brewer)

Imogene Herdman (Raine Allen)

Imogene Herdman (Lydia Dever)

Leroy Herdman (Blake Martin)

Leroy Herdman (Joshua West)

Ollie Herdman (Kayden Gentry)

Ollie Herdman (Ciler Smith)

Ralph Herdman (Ethan Thomas)

Mrs. Helen Armstrong (Ashlee Collins)

Hobie Armstrong (Owen May)

Josephine Armstrong (Samara Smith)

Annabelle Clausing (Holly Morgan Schoeder)

David Clausing (Liam Volland)

Mrs. Dorothy Clausing (Jamie Hopkins)

Maxine Clausing (Katelyn Windhorn)

Maxine Clausing (Maddie Dawson)

Elmer Hopkins (Henry Tate Dick)

Reverend Hopkins (Liam Casey)

Beverly McCarthy (Ryleigh Downey)

Mrs. Edna McCarthy (Ireland Wolfe)

Georgina McCarthy (Cadence Stoneburner)

Shirley McCarthy (Hannah L. Hopkins)

Doris Slocum (Sarah Goggin)

Mrs. Irma Slocum (Tiffany Madden)

Juanita Slocum (Nina S. Perry)

Alice Wendleken (Jenna Johnson)

Alice Wendleken (Carly Parker)

Little Angel Harper (Finley Birge)

Little Angel Gloria (Molly Milner)

Little Angel Bartholomew (Ian Nunnelley)

Little Angel Ruby (Margot Nunnelley)

Little Angel Christina (Christine Opii)

Cast & Crew Bios

Raine is an early graduate Junior at Steam Academy. She has performed with LCT in Seussical (Noolian) and is very excited she has the opportunity to perform again.  She is an avid romance and fantasy reader and just finished The Fourth  Wing. 

Finley a 3rd grader at Clays Mill Elementary is thrilled to be cast as a little angel in her second LCT production. Her hobbies include reading, running, and annoying her little sister. Finley plans to be a zoologist and actor when she is older.

Kenzie Brewer is a 5th grader at Stonewall Elementary. This is her first performance with LCT but she has participated in performances at Dunbar High School and Stonewall Elementary. She loves going to LCT and making amazing friendships. In her free time, she enjoys swimming. 

Alan V. Brown is thrilled to be back at LCT, and to reprise the role of Bob Bradley in the straight play version is a special treat. Alan participates in local theatre whenever life allows for it, recently playing Mayor Shinn in The Music Man at Woodford Theatre.

Liam is a firmware customer success engineer at Lexmark. He has appeared in ten productions (nine at LCT) since the start of his second childhood, most recently as Mr. Toot in LCT's Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells!  Ten. Who'da thunk it?!?

Ashlee is thrilled to step on stage with LCT again. She was last on the LCT mainstage in the 2015-2016 season in Duck for President, Old Dry Frye, and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Ashlee wants to thank her family and fiancé for their support! Enjoy the show!

Maddie Dawson is an 8th grade student at The Lexington School. She has participated in LCT classes and plays for years and enjoyed being cast in Charlotte's Web and Junie B. Jones Jingle Bells, Batman Smells! Maddie loves reading and competing in Speech and Debate tournaments. Break a leg! 

Lydia is a freshman drama major at SCAPA Lafayette.  Her previous stage credits include: Bird Girl - Seussical (LCT), Cruella - Descendants (SCAPA), and Peggy - The Hundred Dresses (LCT).  In her free time, Lydia enjoys competitive swimming, participating in the choir, and spending time with her family and friends.  

Henry has performed in many shows at LCT: The Hundred Dresses (Jack) and Seussical (Wickersham Brother). He has also performed in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: The New Musical (swing for Mike and Charlie) and Pippin the Musical (Lewis). Henry and wants to thank his family for driving him here.

Ryleigh Downey is a 4th grade Penguin at the School for the Creative & Performing Arts. This is her first time participating in LCT's Discovery program, but she has attended several summers of Theater Camp where she cast spells, avoided The Cheese Touch, and was rotten to the core. 

Sarah is in the fifth grade. She has participated in many LCT summer camps, but this is her very first public performance. She enjoys building Legos and playing various instruments including Clarinet and Cello. Sarah absolutely loves axolotls.

Lauren is thrilled to be in the production of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever! Lauren is a sophomore at Henry Clay High School where she participates on the Varsity Dive Team. In her spare time, she enjoys mission work, and hanging out with her dog and family.  Psalm 23.

Joey Millea Hester is currently a junior at Lafayette High School. They've participated in several LCT productions including Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (Schmeck), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Schmeck), Aesop's Fables (Joey), Seussical (tech), and Zombie in Love (stage manager). They are so excited to bring this show to life.

Hannah is a 12-year-old 7th grader at Morton Middle School. She has loved all her theatre classes and camps at LCT. She was in The Addams Family Musical in 6th grade at Morton. She enjoys reading and drawing and is dancing with the Bluegrass Ceili Academy.

Jamie works as a psychologist at Kentucky Children's Hospital and this is her first production with LCT and first stage performance since high school. She enjoys Irish Dance, running, bicycling, hiking, playing disc golf, and watching all the cool things her kids do.

Jenna is honored to be part of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever for the second time. Beth Bradley will always hold a special place in her heart but she cannot wait to bring Alice to life. Jenna is a member of LCT’s Company B, ACTivate, and LCA’s Women’s Chamber Choir. 

Blake is a freshman at Lafayette High School and is a drama major at SCAPA. This show will be his 5th show with LCT. You may have seen him in shows such as The Hobbit (Bilbo Baggins), Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Jr. (Santa Claus),etc. Enjoy the show!

Owen May is a seventh grader at EJ Hayes Middle School. He is actively involved within the Drama Club at his school. He has been a member of the Chorus and Cross Country team for two years at EJ Hayes. Owen is an aspiring actor.

Molly is 9 years old and in the 4th grade at Cassidy Elementary. She enjoys running, singing, and roller coasters. She hopes to be on Broadway someday. She is excited to make her stage debut with LCT! 

Ian is a 5th grader at Stonewall Elementary.  This is his first public performance with LCT.  He was in The Lex’s production of The Sound of Music (Kurt Von Trapp U/S) this summer.  Ian enjoys singing, acting, playing trumpet and soccer.  He is currently reading A Series of Unfortunate Events

Margot is a 4th grader at Stonewall Elementary. She is very excited for her first public performance with LCT.  Margot enjoys musicals, acting, dancing, reading, studying history, and playing volleyball.  She is currently reading A Series of Unfortunate Events.

Christine is a 5th grader at Meadowthorpe Elementary. She has performed with LCT previously in Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Jr. (Birdfish). She is thrilled to be in this production! Beyond acting, Christine enjoys crafting, reading, soccer, volunteering in the community, and making videos. 

Carly is a 7th grader at Royal Spring Middle School. She has participated in several plays/musicals including most recently Seussical as a Noolian. In her spare time, she loves spending time with family and friends, and she loves cheering on her Cincinnati Bengals. 

Nina is a 4th Grader who attends Garrett Morgan Elementary. This is her debut performance with LCT. Nina enjoys singing and musical theatre and is an aspiring gymnast. She is looking forward to being a part of LCT. 

Macy is a 5th grader at Brenda Cowan. She recently played Jojo in Seussical at LCT and has performed in many productions at her school, Woodford Theatre, and with LTC. Macy is so excited to portray the sassiest Herdman (Gladys) and perform alongside many of her former Seussical cast mates. 

Philip is a freshman at SCAPA at Lafayette.  He has performed with LCT in The Hundred Dresses (Willie Bounce) and in Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (Rudolph) and in Woodford Theatre’s Finding Nemo Jr. (Bruce).  Philip enjoys playing baseball and hanging out with his friends.

Paige is currently a fifth grader at Rosa Parks Elementary. Her love of music and theater began when she was part of the Annie ensemble at Rosa Parks. This is her second performance with LCT. She was cast as the Young Kangaroo in the 2023 Summer Family Musical Seussical

Holly is a 9th grader at SCAPA Lafayette majoring in drama. She has performed with LCT as the role of reporter in Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. She played Kelsie in the movie short, Give Me an Answer, and made appearances in the motion picture, The Starling Girl

Ciler is a 6th-grade actor, athlete, musician, academic standout, and peer leader. Ciler has been taking classes with LCT for three years and is also currently performing in his school play The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane. Ciler enjoys anime, video games, and performing. He aspires to be an actor.

This is Samara's first mainstage production with LCT.  She previously participated with the LCT Summer Theatre.  Samara is a member of the JCMS Band and was a participant with the Foster Music Camp at EKU.  Samara lives with her two dads; her brother, JP; and dogs, Rosie and Isabelle.

Carter is a 14-year-old 8th grader at SCAPA @ Bluegrass. He likes to read and act. Previously, he has been in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Mike) and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Fireball), amongst other shows. Most recently, he was Bruce in SCAPA's Finding Nemo Jr. Enjoy the show!

Cadence is a 7th grader at Edythe Jones Hayes. She was recently in LCT’s Summer Family Musical, Seussical. She also played in LCT’s Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer Jr. Outside of LCT she was in Frozen at Outside as Anna. She is very excited to perform for Lexington in The Best Christmas Pageant Ever!

Ethan Thomas attends BSHS and is excited to be in his 8th LCT show! You may have seen him as Yertle The Turtle (Seussical The Musical), The Best Christmas Pageant Ever: The Musical). He plans to be an actor!

Ava is a sophomore at Dunbar and she is so excited to be in BCPE! This is her third show at LCT (Rudolph and Zombie in Love). She also enjoys track and field and volunteering at her church. Psalm 28:7

Liam is a sixth grader at Tates Creek Middle. He has performed with LCT in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Oompa Loompa & Grandpa George) and Rudolph (Cowboy). He also performed last spring in JME’s Lion King Jr (Simba). He plays competitive soccer with LSC, as well as the trombone.  

Joshua is a 7th grader at Morton Middle School in Lexington and this is his first full production with LCT. Aside from acting he loves playing video games, football, and spending time with his family. 

Tyrah West is a newcomer to LCT. Her family relocated to Lexington and settled into being Bay Area transplants in the Blue Grass. After watching her son enjoy acting in LCT productions, she decided to audition and is thrilled to be in this production with him!

Katelyn is a 6th grade Drama major at SCAPA Bluegrass.  She is excited to be performing in her 2nd LCT holiday production after her debut in Rudolph last year.  Katelyn is a member of the ACTivate Theatre Company and recently performed in SCAPA’s Finding Nemo Jr. as Bloat.

Ireland is so excited to be in her second production at LCT! You may have seen her earlier this year in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as Mrs. Gloop. Other roles she has played are Elsa (Frozen Jr.), Heather Duke (Heathers), and Mayzie (Seussical). She wishes everyone Happy Holidays! 

Special Thanks

Dr. John Denison DDSHighBridge Spring Water; Sally Horowitz, Sally Horowitz Photography; 3M Cynthiana; Bluegrass Youth BalletCopy Express; Bobby Taylor; Matthew Snoddy, Network Therapists, Inc.; Pro Sound and Lights; Transylvania University Theater DepartmentUniversity of Kentucky Department of Theatre and DanceMahan MultimediaUniversity of LouisvilleCentre College; D & D Machinery Movers and Millwrights, Inc.; Dan and Melissa Combs

Production Staff Credits

Jeremy Kisling (Director)

Tony Hardin (Based on their 2013 Scenic Design)

Eric Abele (Based on their 2013 Costume Design)

Matthew Hallock (Lighting Design)

Jeremy Kisling (Sound Design)

Kate Tayler (Stage Manager)

Gabriel Slusser (Technical Director)

Laika Myers, Gabriel Slusser (Carpenters)

GraceAnne Miles (Charge Artist)

GraceAnne Miles, Laika Myers (Scenic Painters)

GraceAnne Miles (Properties Manager)

GraceAnne Miles, Laika Myers (Properties Construction)

Marie Henderson (Costume Director)

Martha Campbell, Emily Hampton, Marie Henderson, Missy Johnston, Vivian Snipes (Costume Construction)

Maddi Knoettner, Chris Swanson (Front of House)

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.

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!

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!

Erin received her BA in Dramatic Arts from Centre College and her MFA in Dramatic Media from the University of Georgia. Erin is a published children's book illustrator and is developing her series of early chapter books, early graphic novels, and picture books as a writer and illustrator.

GraceAnne graduated from Centre College in 2012 with a BS in Philosophy/Fine Arts. She worked as a technical director, designer, and scenic painter before moving to North Carolina to complete her MFA in Scenic Art/Education at UNCSA in 2021.

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.

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 is very excited to continue sharing her love for stage management and for theatre for young audiences to LCT!

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

Erin McGuire-Thompson, Operations Manager 

GraceAnne Miles, Charge Artist / Properties Manager

Laika Myers, Assistant Technical Director

Rachel Ray, Managing Director

Gabriel Slusser, Technical Director

Chris Swanson, Sales and Outreach Manager

Kate Tayler, Resident Stage Manager 

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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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Farra and Katie Alford, Janet Beard, Lynda Bebrowsky, Perry & Kristen Bentley, Bill Bernard, Tom and Cindy Bloch, Robert and Kelly Brewer, Robert and Bonnie Briggs, Brent Bruner and Matthew Carter, Eli and Mary Lynne Capilouto, Jeff and Lora Carter, Julie and Kerry Cauthen, Richard and Lisa Circeo, Tim and Debby Coleman, Tim and Marcia P. Cone, Craig L. Daniels, Larry and Martha Deener, Mark and Laura DelCotto, David and Melanie Dowell, Ben and Laura Eubank, David and Wendi Foley, Beverly Fortune, David and Katherine Gardner, Jill Gookin, Linda and Charles Gorton, Tyler Gossett, Astarré Gudino, Gerry and Cassie Harpel, Phyllis R. Hasbrouck, Georgia Henkel, Debra Hensley, Barry and Billie Hickey, Rose Hieronymous, April M. Howard, Christine and Michael Huskisson, Larry and Jan Isenhour, David and Katherine Johnson, Daniel and Erin Jones, Allison Kaiser, Roni Karbach, Edward and Mary Kasarskis, William Kyle, Nathan and Blair Lee, Joel and Tomoka Logan, Bob and Betty Lorch, Alison Macadam, Marc and Gwen Mathews, Jeff and Jayne McCann, Margaret McDuffie, Carol McLeod, Emily Meek, Jason D. Miller, Robert and Eleanor Milward, Michael and Robin Morrill, Becky Neal Ochenkoski, Frank and Rita Penn, Daniel and Angela Poposki, Martha Peterson and Brett Spear, Gregory Pettit, Kathy and John Plomin, David W. Richard, James and Yvonne Rickard, Joanna Rodes, David and Diane Rudder, Jack and Carol Russell, Billy Spickard and Janet, Scheeline, Jody Shoup, Melanie Simpson-Halpin, Larry and Vivian Snipes, Maury Sparrow and Craig Wahlgren, Robert Stadelman, Joshua R. Stephenson, John Stewart and Magdalene Karon, Harvey Sword, Tom Cheek and Fran Taylor, William W. and Barbara Thomason, Barbara S. Tilghman, Martha and Bobby Trussell, Lucy Ferguson VanMeter, Dorothy H. Clark and Woody VanMeter, Billy Van Pelt, II, John and Jacqueline Van Willigen, Derek Vaughan, Art and Lisa Walker, Luke Hodges and Tom Wallace, Mary-Alicha & Brian Weldon, Kyle William, Robert L. Williams, Willy Brown and Eddie Woods, Nathan Zamarron

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Glenn and Lisa Acree, Shevawn Akers, Sandra and Sanford Archer, Robert Arrasmith, Wanda Bertram, Carl and Barbara E. Boyer, Diane Boyer, Diane Brunn, Jeff Davis and Nancy Carpenter, John Morgan and Linda Carroll, Jim and Betty Cecil, Joseph Coleman, Glenda Creech, Rebecca Ann Davis, Thomas Young and Fiona Doherty, Nicky and Cara Drion, Letha Drury, Luke and Nancy Fallon, Barbara Farrell, John L. and Dianna Flanagan, Thomas Flanigan, Guy and Terry Graves, Curtis C. and Linda Green, Elias Gross, Lucy Hamilton, Paula C. Hanson, Ted and Katie Hardwick, Bill Betz and Susan G. Harkins, Xavier Hassert, Laura Ann Hayden, Lon and Ann Hays, Marie Houlihan, Leo and Vickie Hugenberg, Tobin Jenkins, Christina Keeling, John and Linda Kelver, Jon Kostelic, Dean Langdon, Wayne and Susan Lucas, Heather Lyons, Phyllis Macadam, Valerie Marshall, Everett and Alicia McCorvey, Sarah K. Mills, Grahmn Morgan, Bruce Nicol, Brett Nolan, Ted and Anne Clay Oldham, Jeremy Parker, Lois Anne Polan, Daisy Pulito, Kevin Pulsfort, Robert L. Quick, Michelle Reid, Mark Richardson, TJ and Mary Richardson, Mark T. Ruddell, Arturo Alonzo Sandoval, Kate Savage, Theodore Schatzki, Laura Schweitzer, Louise H. Shouse, Susan L. Simmons, Reginald Smith, Roger and Lynsey Sugarman, David Teuschler, Joyce Trivette, Craig and Madonna Turner, James C. and Marium VanMeter, Laurance B. VanMeter, Randall and Peggy Vaughn, Rick and Marla Ward, Rachel White, J.David and Susan Whitehouse, Rebecca Wichard, Kathryn Wilson, Jeff Woods, Isabel M. Yates, Julia C. Young



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The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, supports Lexington Children’s Theatre with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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