CANDACE BORCZ has appeared as Tina Yates in The Charitable Sisterhood of the Second Trinity Victory Church, Maggie in Fascination, Aunt Emma in Silent Night, in the Ensembles of Anything Goes, Oliver, and A Christmas Story – the Musical, Evan in 8 and Jenny in Company, all for the Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette. There she was also one of the sound table operators for Frankenstein – A Radio Play and An Evening With Poe.
Backstage, she was the Production Assistant for The Importance of Being Earnest, Light Board Operator for the 2nd Annual 10-Minute Play Festival and a Costume Dresser for Lost in Yonkers. Candie is an avid musician and can play piano, French horn, mellophone, trumpet, trombone and classical guitar. She is also a former Marching Hundred member at her alma mater, Indiana University. When not dodging (and/or throwing) pies with (and/or at) her Gwendolen friends, Candie is an Occupational Therapist and enjoys sharing her love of the arts with her husband, Kyle.
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KYLE BORCZ (Managing Director) is a writer, actor, director and life-long fan of British and Silent Comedy. Originally from the Chicago Suburbs, he has appeared there in productions of Fiddler on the Roof (Avram), Into the Woods (Cinderella’s Father), Jesus Christ Superstar (Annas), Man of La Mancha (Sancho), One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Dr. Spivey), Our Town (Doc Gibbs), and in the ensembles of Hair, Evita, Bye Bye Birdie, West Side Story, Oliver!, and Chess twice! He has recently found a theatrical home at Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette and has appeared there in Anything Goes (Bishop Dobson), What to Do? (Father), Approaching Zanzibar (Wallace Blossom), Oliver! (Mr. Bumble), A Christmas Story – the Musical (Ensemble), as Eddie in Lost in Yonkers, George Bailey in It’s a Wonderful Life – A Radio Play, Paul in Company and as Jeff in the 2014 Staged Reading of 8. At Civic he has also directed Unscripted for the 1st Annual TEeN-Minute Play Fesyival, the 2015 Staged Reading of The Amish Project, Do You Have the Time? for the 3rd Annual 10-Minute Play Festival, the 2014 production of The Importance of Being Earnest, Answers from Ashes for the 2nd Annual 10-Minute Play Festival, the 2013 Staged Reading of The Sleeper , co-directed both Frankenstein – A Radio Play and An Evening With Poe and produced Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. Most recently, Kyle has directed A Christmas Carol for the Red Brick
players at the Delphi Opera House, Moby Dick! The Musical for Pegasus Players and produced Barefoot in the Park for Civic.
He also created the role of Brisco the cleaning robot in Dream Realm Enterprises’ popular online series Robotz of the Company – all 80+ episodes of which can be enjoyed for free at the Dream Realm site, HERE.
In his spare time he loves watching movies, classic television, and spending time with his amazingly awesome wife (and fellow Gwendolen) Candace, talented son, Ian and new daughter Roxie.
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KAYLA GILL is a full-time Nanny and mother of one who currently lives in the same small town where she grew up. She has been active in the theatre for 13+ years from onstage to behind-the-scenes. When she isn't at rehearsal she enjoys singing, watching reruns of her favorite television shows, and spending time with her daughter. Kayla is thankful to participate in Good Heavens Gwendolen and looks forward to the future.
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CAITLYN MABBITT is 22 years old with an immense love of theatre. She has always been involved with choirs in high school, but didn’t discover her excitement for acting until her Senior Year when she was cast in a production of Peter Pan.
When Caitlyn returned home, she focused a lot on work at first, but has recently been auditioning and has been cast in such roles as Cecily Cardew in The Importance of Being Earnest, Elizabeth Lavenza in an original adaptation of Frankenstein: A Radio Play, Mandy Bloom in Time Stands Still, as a back-up dancer in Gluten Free - The Musical, Matilda in An Evening with Poe, Eos in Remember, and as Riley Reynolds in The Charitable Sisterhood of Second Trinity Victory Church, the Ghost of Christmas Past in A Christmas Carol and Queequeg in Moby Dick! The Musical. She has also directed All You Need is Hope for the 1st Annual TEeN-Minute Play Festival.
Caitlyn’s love of acting continues through these shows, and she is ecstatic that this comedy group, GHG - that started with The Importance of Being Earnest, is starting to take shape. She cannot wait to be able to do live shows and interact with an audience who has come to see Good Heavens Gwendolen!
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TIMOTHY JAMES LEWIS, has been involved in theatre for several decades and been in many productions over the years. If not acting, he has served behind the scenes producing plays, been backstage crew, or doing sound and lighting design. He is a graduate of Ball State University in 1994 with a minor in theater. He has been involved in the local theatre scene, since moving to Lafayette, from Chesterton, Indiana, 4 years ago. With Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette he has been a part of the staged readings of Photograph 51 and Going Through Hell, by Civic playwright Steve Martin. He was Bert the Cop, and many other roles, in It’s A Wonderful Life - A Radio Play. In the 2014-2015 Civic season he danced with a leg lamp in A Christmas Story the Musical and appeared as Mr. Sowerberry in Oliver!. The rest of that season he pulled double duty as lighting designer and portrayed Merriman in The importance of Being Earnest, played several roles in Frankenstein - a Radio Play, did lighting design for Dixie Swim Club and produced Escanaba in da Moonlight. When not doing theatre he enjoys spending time with his wife, Tricia, and his 3 sons. Video Appearances: 4. Pie Count 10
RACHEL THIBAULT has produced a number of shows for the Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette. She has also performed on stage in multiple shows, main stage productions and staged readings. She has also worked with Chancel Players. She currently has not even started drinking coffee today so she has no idea what shows she's been part of. It's been a bunch, take her word for it. Currently she is attempting to raise teenagers. She has been married to her high school sweetie for 17 years. She enjoys leaving normal life and is on staff at Horrorhound convention twice a year. (And, she's awesome! - KB) Video Appearances: 4, Pie Count: 5
LIZZ COHENhas been attempting comedy since age three, when she composed this precocious joke: "Why are bluebirds blue? Because they're too cold to turn pink!" It's hard to improve when you start at the top. When she's not Gwendolening, Lizz performs the occasional stand-up set and runs a preschool for extraordinary children.
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