"A Little Villa Where We All Could Live"
Big Reggie has smuggled the ultimate wedding gift for his soon-to-be-wed daughter into her busy reception hall. But this is more than just a gift from him; it’s a means to stick his size
14 dress shoes into a perpetually closing door of estrangement with his adult child. He
must deliver the little house in his charge and hope it can mend everything his giant stature
A Little Villa Where We All Could Live is written by playwright Sean Margaret "Maggie" Wagner and directed by Mike Danovich.
Mike Danovich (Director) is an actor, playwright and director and could not be happier to be a part of this production. His playwriting and directing work has most recently been seen at Gorilla Tango Theater. Chicago acting credits include Thrones!: The Musical Parody (Apollo Theater), Laughter on the 23rd Floor (First Folio Theater), 42nd Street (Theatre at the Center), Sweet Smell of Success (Kokandy Productions), Singing in the Rain (Music on Stage), Klingon Christmas Carol (Commedia Beauregard). Regional acting credits include Legally Blonde, The Sound of Music, Little Shop of Horrors, Big River, Into The Woods and What A Glorious Feeling. Mike received his B.A. in music theatre from Columbia College of Chicago in 2011.
Raymond K. Cleveland
Raymond K. Cleveland (Big Reggie) is thrilled to be part of this wonderful series. You can catch him in Iron Irene: A Musical Fable this summer at MCL Chicago. Past roles include, Cecil B. DeMille in Ayn Rand in Love, Goldiesocks in Goldiesocks and Her Fabulous Fairy Tales in Drag, Titania in Bite (Pride Films & Plays) and choreographer for Some Enchanted Evening (Fox Valley Repertory). Thanks to the cast and crew for always bringing the magic!
Kim Egan (Little Reggie) is excited to make her debut with Ghostlight Ensemble. She is new to Chicago and was last seen in Twelfth Night (Midsommer Flight). Favorite Minnesota productions include A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Mission Theatre Company), Into the Woods (Mu Performing Arts), Seven (Chain Reaction Theatre Project) and Strike-Slip (Nimbus Theatre). Thanks to Jeff for his support.
Jessica Ann Wise
Jessica Ann Wise (Hilde) has been involved with the theatre, both on and off the stage, since she was 3- years-old. Ms. Wise is thrilled to be part of A Little Villa Where We All Could Live! Favorite credits include Barefoot in the Park (Ethel Banks), Loved by Moments (Liz), Suor Angelica (Suor Genovieffa) and Gypsy (Marjorie May). Thanks and love to all my family (including theatre family) and friends.