A Learning Stage Series Production 

Family Weekend Performance Dates: October 15, 21-22, 28-29, & November 4-5, 2023 

School Matinee Performance Dates: October 25 – November 3, 2023 

Audition Dates: August 20-22, 2023 

If You Like...
  • The Addams Family
  • Z-O-M-B-I-E-S
  • High School Musical

Ages 7+
≈1 hour
The LCT Learning Stage

Prices: $15/Adult, $10/Child, $10/Members 

Book & Lyrics by Michelle Elliott 

Music & Lyrics by Danny Larsen 

Adapted from the book ZOMBIE IN LOVE by Kelly DiPucchio, Illustrations by Scott Campbell 

All Mortimer wants is to find a date to the school dance... which is hard when you’re a zombie. He has a big heart, but when he tries to let it show, his intestines just fall out! What’s an undead guy to do? This sidesplitting yet touching musical is a spooky celebration of the weird in all of us.


Logan Gwynn (Mortimer)

Wyatt Smith (Rodney)

Clay House (Mildred)

Addison McGlone (Girl 1/Candy)

Jasmine Anderson (Girl 2/Ring)

Charlotte Brown (Girl 3/Heart)

Siena Montgomery (Worm 1)

Mari Lanier (Worm 2)

Emery Larkin (Worm 3)

Aubrianna Sharkey (Worm 4)

Cielo Ángel-Olive (Worm 5/Teacher)

Cara Findley (Girl 4/Ensemble)

Thank you to our Adopt-A-Character Families!

Adopt-A-Character is a program that support LCT's Annual Campaign. Help us thank our amazing cast and their families for their support. 

Want to join the fun? Learn about other ways to support LCT, contact Ashlee Collins at acollins@lctonstage.org. 

Cast & Crew Bios

Jasmine is a 7th grader at SCAPA. She has performed with LCT in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Mrs. Bucket and Oompa Loompa #5). Jasmine enjoys singing and writing poems. She wants to be an obstetrician when she grows up.

Ruby is a 7th grader at Lexington Traditional Magnet School. She is a member of the Lexington Singers Children’s Choir and has sampled many theatre camps and workshops in Lexington. Ruby enjoys Roblox, hanging out with her friends, and playing with her kitties, Loki and Sylvie. Ruby’s future plans are TBD. 

Cerise Archer is a junior in the Pre-Engineering program, and a SCAPA Theatre major at Lafayette High School. This is Cerise's seventh production with LCT, and her second learning stage show! Cerise's recent credits include The Hundred Dresses (Stage Manager), Shrek (ASM), Charlie and The Chocolate Factory (Assistant Director), and Cardboard Stories (Costume Coordinator). She hopes you enjoy the show!

Cielo is an 8th grader in the Spanish Immersion program at Bryan Station Middle. She enjoys being involved with theatre productions. She’s creative & always working on her art. 

Caroline is a 7th grader at Bryan Station Middle School. She is a junior company member. She enjoys reading, drawing, ballet and acting. This is her first-time costume designing for an LCT production.

Lily is a creative 7th grader. She has performed in many plays at LCT, but this is her first time doing a job behind the scenes. She enjoys sewing, crocheting, and anything involving theater. She wants to have a job related to fashion or costume design when she grows up.

Isabella is an 8th-grade student at Redwood Cooperative School. She spends all her time devoted to expanding her arts and craft skills. She has been a set designer and stagehand for SpongeBob Square Pants, the Musical. She wants to be a doctor when she grows up. 

Isabella is a Junior at Lexington Catholic HS.  While she has been in the performing arts for years, this is her first year in production.  She is an avid artist, bibliophile, and Jiu-Jitsu enthusiast.  Isabella will tell you that much of her inspiration comes from travel with her USMC family.

Charlotte Brown is a 6th grader at Beaumont Middle. This is her first performance with LCT. Previously, Charlotte was cast in musicals Annie Jr. and Frozen Jr. and LCT summer stage events. When she isn’t acting, Charlotte cheers for Beaumont’s cheer team, plays violin, and cuddles with her dog, Roux.

Isla is a homeschooled 6th grader. She's previously performed with LCT in Shrek the Musical (Baby Bear),  as well as The Lexington Theatre Company in The Sound of Music (Brigitta). Isla loves reading, writing, photography, and animals. She's so grateful for this opportunity to be part of the backstage magic!

Alex is in 7th grade at Bryan Station Middle. Alex loves LCT--he’s in Companies and done many theatre school classes. This is his first big show he’s worked on except he’s ushered before but that’s all. He’s really excited to help out with the show.

Cara is a sophomore at Bryan Station High School. She was a scenic painter for a production of The Music Man at BSHS. This is Cara’s first production at LCT, and she is excited to be a part of it!

George Flowers is a 7th grader at Providence Montessori. George has been a participant in Lexington Children's Theater programming for several years and has worked on the stage crew for school productions including SpongeBob the Musical Jr. George lives in downtown Lexington with family and their dog, Matilda. 

Logan Gwynn, born in Lexington, KY, is a 15 year old sophomore at Lafayette High School. He enjoys traveling and hanging out with family and friends. He has appeared in shows such as High School Musical Jr, Newsies, and Beauty and the Beast. He hopes you enjoy the show!

Bryn Hartley is a sixth grader at Jessie Clark Middle School in Fayette County. She has participated in summer drama camps at LCT. Her interests are drama, violin, and arts and crafts. She is currently working on scenic design and marketing for LCT's upcoming performance of Zombie in Love

Joey Millea Hester is a junior at Lafayette Highschool. They have participated in several LCT productions such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Aesop's Fables and Seussical. They are excited to be learning about the tech side of things as the Student Stage Manager for Zombie in Love.

Clay is a sophomore SCAPA drama major at Lafayette high school. When she was younger, she participated in LCT’s Summer Theatre School. Clay enjoys reading and meeting new people. Her favorite movie is Peter Pan (2003).

Ollie Jennings-Posner is a 7th grader at the Lexington School. This is his first production with LCT.  Ollie likes dogs, friends, Legos, science, art, reading, gaming, and theatre! He would like to thank his Mom, Dad, Uncle Mike, Aunt Tanya and their friends, who are all in the theatre business. 

Mari Lanier is a 5th grader who goes to Ashland Elementary. This is Mari's first play with LCT, and she is in dance. She enjoys doing art like drawing, painting and enjoys family trips.

Emery is eleven and is in 6th grade at The Lexington Latin School. She enjoyed LCT’s Summer Theatre School class, High School Musical, and has performed in her school’s productions of Robin Hood (Maid Marian) and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (Mr. Tumnus).  She also loves art and cooking.

Addison is a 6th grade student at Leestown Middle School. She has performed with her school drama department as Jasmine in Aladdin Jr. and Ms. Hannigan in Annie Jr. and with LCT as an elf in Rudolph Jr. She enjoys playing softball and reading in her free time. 

Siena is an 8th grader in the pre-engineering program at Leestown Middle School where she performed as Gertrude McFuzz in Seussical Jr. She has performed with LCT in Seussical (Who), Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Jr., and The Hundred Dresses (Wanda). She enjoys dance and sport climbing.

Teagan is a junior at Lafayette high school and is so excited to choreograph Zombie in Love! Teagan enjoys singing, dancing, and of course, acting! When she has free time, she enjoys writing and reading! LCT is one of Teagan’s favorite places! Enjoy Zombie in Love!

Aubrianna Sharkey is a 6th grader at Leestown Middle School. This is her 2nd show at LCT. She has previously been in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as Charlie. Aubrianna likes to sing and act and hang out with her friends.

Wyatt is currently a freshman at Frederick Douglass High School. He has performed with LCT in Seussical and prior to that he performed in several Disney Jr. productions. He is looking forward to a busy year with choir, theatre, and future opportunities to take the stage at LCT! 

Ethan Thomas is a part of the marketing team for Zombie in Love. He is very excited to work behind the scenes for this fun show. Enjoy the show!

Ava is a sophomore at Dunbar and she is so excited to be the student music director for this show! She made her LCT debut last year in Rudolph (Charlie in the Box). She enjoys track and field, singing, and volunteering at church. She hopes you enjoy the show!

Addy’s thrilled to be Student Director for Zombie in Love! This is her second time student directing; she was also the student director for The Hundred Dresses. She’s currently a junior at Lexington Catholic as a drama major in the Exemplar Scholars Program. She hopes you enjoy the show!

Special Thanks

Production Staff Credits

Rhonda Bell (Director)

Addy Vieth (Student Director)

Mark Fields (Music Director)

Ava Underwood (Student Music Director)

Cerise Archer, Teagan Murphy (Choreographers)

Isabella Brewer, Alex Dieffenbach, Bryn Hartley, Laika Myers, Gabriel Slusser (Scenic Design)

Ruby Appleby-Williams, Caroline Ballinger, Lily Bischoff, Marie Henderson (Costume Design)

Isabella Brothers, George Flowers, Ollie Jennings-Posner, Jeremy Kisling (Lighting/Sound Design)

Kate Tayler (Production Stage Manager)

Cerise Archer, Joey Millea Hester (Stage Managers)

Isla Dawahare (Assistant Stage Manager)

Willow Silence (Sound Board Operator)

Laika Myers (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, Gabriel Slusser (Properties Construction)

Marie Henderson (Costume Shop Manager)

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

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.

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!

Lizbeth Ramirez is a Scenic Designer who graduated with a BFA in Design and Production at The University of North Carolina School of the Arts in May 2021. After graduating, Lizbeth began her own production company called The Creation Exhibit in which she plans to utilize youth who have the talent but do not have the platform to showcase their artistic abilities. Over the years she has worked as a Scenic Designer with North Carolina Black Repertory Company on productions like Twelfth Night and Freedom Summer. She has also worked with companies like Zeiders American Dream Theater on Xandrya Wylde’s Hot Mess eXpress. Lizbeth aspires to change the perspective of the audience with the sets that she creates in collaboration with the production team and Director. Hoping that the why of each story being portrayed is really the forefront of the show.

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 three 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 Shop Manager

Kathryn Henriques, Director of Marketing and Analytics

Jeremy Kisling, Producing Artistic Director

Erin McGuire-Thompson, Operations Manager 

GraceAnne Miles, Charge Artist / Properties Manager

Laika Myers, Assistant Technical Director

Rachel Ray, Managing Director

Gabriel Slusser, Technical Director

Kate Tayler, Resident Stage Manager 

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