Meet the Cast

So When Are You Leaving - Playhouse Potentials by Dan Baumer

Maggie Dunleavy summons her lovably dysfunctional family to celebrate her 75th birthday.

When they gather, so do their resentments and suspicions of each other. Through a series of

encounters and cutting confrontations, all manage to shed unneeded baggage and move into a

new appreciation of who they are, where they come from, and where they are headed.

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All is Calm - Grantham Woods by Dan Baumer

Up to then the whole thing had been most enjoyable, but my heart stood still. I suddenly realized that this was warfare – I may not return, you know. It had been a field day up till then, I enjoyed everything, but now we were on our way.
- Dick Barron, 2nd London Mounted Brigade

Grantham Woods has a BFA in Musical Theatre from Texas State University. Credits include Sweeney Todd (Pirelli), Bat Boy (Rev. Hightower), Big River (Duke), Godspell ("By My Side”) and Guys & Dolls (Nicely).


Recently at the Playhouse, Grantham played the role of Cogsworth in Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast. Grantham also performs with the world-famous ComedySportz improv troupes, has toured nationally with the Bright Star Theatre, and is a former member of The Marcsmen.

'All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914' runs Dec 2 - 18 in the Russell Hill Rogers Theater. Co-Directed by George Green and Bill Gundry, this show is a co-production with The Marcsmen and is proudly presented in partnership with Valero Energy.

Tickets and more information HERE!



Tyler Smith as Jim O'Connor by Dan Baumer

Tyler Smith as Jim O'Connor

Look around you a little and what do you see? A world full of common people! All of 'em born and all of 'em going to die! - Jim O'Connor

Tyler Smith received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of the Incarnate Word last Spring where credits included Orsino in Twelfth Night, Ferris in The Diviners, and Lloyd in Reckless. Other credits include Phillip in The Shape of Things with the Roundabout Players (San Antonio). This will be his Playhouse debut.

Directed by Molly Cox, Tennessee William's The Glass Menagerie runs through Nov 27. To read more about the cast or to buy tickets, click the image below.