Meet our Board of Directors!
Board of Directors are charting Plymouth Community Theatre's strategic plan, mission and vision statements, and ensuring that all PCT productions are top-notch.
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Jim lives in Plymouth with his beautiful & talented wife Elizabeth. Jim works @ New Balance Athletic Shoe in Boston as their "Leg-Breaker"( Director of Credit ). He also is the Treasurer for the "StageDoor Players" of The Pinehills. He enjoys his family, wine, travel & more wine. He dreams of the day that the Plymouth Community Theatre has several productions a year with season tickets accounting for 40%.
Sheila Kelleher has been part of the South Shore theatre scene for the past 16 years, as a performer, director, contributing wherever she can both onstage and off. By day she performs thrilling accounting functions, but her passion for theatre has compelled her to pursue her Masters degree in Theatre Education at Emerson, which will be completed May 2016. She feels theatre is a powerful force, and hopes to use it to open people’s eyes to truly see and appreciate each other and the world around them.
“Great theatre is about challenging how we think and encouraging us to fantasize about a world we aspire to.” – Willem Dafoe
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When not doing full-time theatre work in his role as Fine Arts Coordinator at Massasoit Community College, he spends his spare time outside with his son or doing more theatre, mostly here with PCT where he serves as Producer and Technical Director for Shakespeare on the Rock as well as his role on the Board of Directors. He would like to thank Jesus, his family (Hey Asachai!) and all those whom he has been blessed to do theatre with.
Nancy Sparklin has been involved with community theatre since her high school days in various capacities including actor, singer, accompanist, music director, props mistress, stage manager, director and producer (not dancer, never dancer). When she isn’t at the theatre, she is a private piano instructor, is currently serving on the Rochester Cultural Council, and is a volunteer at a local food pantry.
Jess has been involved in professional and community theatre for almost 20 years. Her love of theatre burgeoned when she began working behind the scenes with the award-winning Your Theatre, Inc, in New Bedford, MA. Over the years, Jess has worked in every aspect of theatre and enjoyed every moment! She joined PCT in the spring of 2008, when she came to an open audition and was cast in Book of Days. Since then, Jess has steadily gotten more involved with PCT and hopes to continue helping develop the company and programming. She has a full-time career in health care, but also occasionally works as a freelance director, stage manager and designer.
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