Larry Pointer (Larry) His past MST performances were in Our Town andAll I ever
needed to know I learned in Kindergarten. (2002) He is currently employed as Business
Manager for Our Lady of the Gulf Church and is Retired from the U.S. Coast Guard
as a Warrant Officer.
He has been married to Kim for 28 years and is the proud father to Erin (24) in the
Coast Guard, Christina (20) a sophomore at Mary Hardin Baylor and Alyssa, (13) who
has appeared in Alice in Wonderland, Our Town, and Wizard of Oz. His hobby is riding
Kiana Padron found her love for theatre in her debut PLMST performance as the Queen
in the children’s production of Sleeping Beauty. Her next performance was in Aladdin,
then she graduated to the regular season plays as Hannah Zitzen in The Creature
CreepsandMary Sue Archer in, A Good, Old Fashioned, Redneck, Country Christmas.
She Graduated from CHS a year early and is pursuing a degree in Biology. She is an
active member of the Victoria College Treasures Dance Team.
Jeff Rosenbrock made his MST onstage debut with Bull in a China Shop. He is an MST
veteran, though, when it comes to helping backstage, food runs and anything else
we ask of him. He is married to MST veteran Kim Rosenbrock and is the father of five.
He’s employed with the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department.
Kim Rosenbrock is a Port Lavaca native and graduated from CHS in 1985. She has lived
in Oklahoma, Arkansas and Colorado. She and her husband Jeff have 5 children, Krysten
, Lindsey, Mindy, Dilynn and McKinzee . PLMST performances include A Bad Year for
Tomatoes, Steel Magnolias (2000), and Harvey. She is Assistant Director for Robert
Fulghum’s All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten.
Jackie Rupley Is majoring in Biomedical Sciences at Texas A & M University. She plans
to become a doctor someday.She also enjoys spending her week-ends with her family
and watching Tivo’d TV shows missed during her busy week. She also enjoys traveling
and camping. She recently returned from a family trip to the Philippines where she
gained a new appreciation for hot water. Her PLMST performances include Charlie and
the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach, The Christmas Express, and On Golden
Connie Siler and both her parents are natives of Port Lavaca. She moved during elementary
school, moved back as a young adult, and moved away again only to relocate once again
recently (permanently). Connie performed in dramas from elementary school thru high
school and was stage manager and director of high school plays. More recently she
participated in church dramas. She is a legal secretary by trade and served for 10
years as a politician. She is married to a wonderful man-- together they share 3
beautiful daughters, two handsome sons, one grandson and their second is due Dec.
2001. Bull in a China Shop was her Debut performance with PLMST.
Michael Siler was raised in the Great Pacific Northwest and moved to Texas two years
ago. He is currently attending college in Victoria studying Drafting Technology.
Michael has always loved drama and was part of many high school, college and little
theatre productions. Bull in a China Shop is his MST debut. He directed Faith County
II for PLMST. He loves acting because it allows him to forget about himself and be
someone else for awhile. He is very happily married, has two grown sons and 3 beautiful
Mac Sistrunk is a retired engineer whose current major interest is in various aspects
of music. He sings in civic choir, church choir, and plays guitar and sings in church
praise band. He plays cornet in the Texana symphony band out of Edna and volunteers
with the Calhoun HS choir program helping with sectional rehearsals and UIL solo
contest preparation. Mac's previous MST experiences include a role in MST's original
production of Scapino!, a member of the band in Godspell, and a role in No, No, A
Million Times, No, Deadwood Dick, andFace on the Barroom Floor. Mac also provides
sound effects and music for most of our productions.
Taylor Shelly loves to sing. She has been in Choir for 9 years and shared her talents
with PLMST audiences in the lead role of Dirty Work at the Crossroads. She found
her interest in acting as a freshman at CHS, after seeing her friends perform In
one of the children’s productions. Too old to perform in the Children’s Theatre,
she enjoys helping backstage. Other PLMST performances include The Christmas Express,
The Creature Creeps, Over the River and through the Woods (2009), andLittle Women.She also acted on the VCT stage as Wendy in play Peter Pan , as Sally in You are
a Good Man Charley Brown and as Gabriella in High School Musical. She now attends
Texas A & M in College Station, Texas.
Betty Stone is a newcomer to PLMST, although theatre is a part of her family life.
Her daughter Marsha is a theatre teacher, and Betty has helped with sets and costumes.
She is an elementary school teacher and a grandmother to seven. Her PLMST debut is
in Over The River and Through the Woods.
Danielle Stegall Currently attending Edna High School in Edna, Texas
Involved in the drill team (Silver Spurs), Student Council and Vice President of
Theatre is my passion; I have been active in this for 10 years. She started at the
age of 5 at the Victoria Community Theatre, held roles in “School House Rock”, “Annie”,
“Christmas Story “ and many others.
Richard Turpen was born in Victoria and grew up around Magnolia Beach. Richard has
lived in Victoria and San Antonio and returns to the stage after a long absence.
The House of Frankenstein was his debut performance on the PLMST stage.
Susan Riley and her husband Mike have 2 children and 2 wonderful grandchildren. She
enjoys photography and made her acting debut in the PLMST play And Sarah Laughed.
Carol Stewart is a substitute teacher with CCISD and made her acting debut on the
PLMST stage in And Sarah Laughed. She loves swimming and enjoying her 9 grandchildren.
Carol is a member of the Civic Chorus and an active member of Our Lady of the Gulf
Megan Strauss is the Sandette Drill Team Director and a Health teacher at CHS. Megan
enjoys dancing, reading, and star-gazing with her husband. Megan made her debut performance
on the PLMST stage in And Sarah Laughed.
Chip Reynolds has been around theatre either acting, doing tech, or directing for
over 15 years and has enjoyed every minute of it. From his first role as Perchik
in Fiddler on the roof to Miles Gloriosus in a funny thing happened on the way to
the Forum, he has an amazing supporting cast in his wonderful and talented wife Kathryn
and his equally talented and wonderful children Christian and Olivia. His debut performance
on the PLMST stage was in All I Really Need to Know I learned in Kindergarten (2011).
Christopher Quintanilla attends CCISD and is a member of the football and power lifting
teams and is a member of the Varsity Choir. Christopher has previously appeared in
the children’s productions of Thumbelina and Jack and the Beanstalk. What the Bellhop
Saw was his debut performance on the PLMST adult stage. Christopher also likes playing
the guitar and singing.
Morris Sadlier Made his debut performance on the PLMST stage as Mr Brickhardt in
What theBellhop Saw. A native of Dickinson, Texas and the Texas Aggies class of
‘72, he resides in Port Lavaca with his wife, Karen, and their son , fellow actor
John-Michael Sadlier. Morris enjoys fishing, hunting and riding his Harley. He has
been an active member on the S.A.C. Board for Our Lady of the Gulf School Board for
the past several years and is truly grateful for the opportunity to act with his
Shannon Richardson Stumpner Found inspiration from her son, Trevor Miller, who is
also a PLMST cast member; Shannon decided to rekindle a passion she had in her teen
years; acting. Shannon’s first PLMST performance was as Sheriff Lily Grouch in Pecos
Bill and Slue-Foot Sue meet the Dirty Dan Gangand as Belinda Blair inNoises Off.
Shannon has spent the last nine years in the radio industry, and currently is marketing
consultant and voice-talent for Hot Country 102.5 radio.