Four County Players Board of Directors

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Debbie Owen

debbie4cp@gmail.com


Debbie Owen (president) has lived in the Charlottesville area for twenty years and first got involved at Four County Players in 2007 when her children were cast in Miracle on 34th Street. <More>

Tres Wells

 

Tres Wells

tresfourcp@gmail.com

Tres Wells (vice president of the arts)  is a teacher, actor, musician, and father. As a teacher, he has worked for twenty years with students from elementary through high school. He started acting ten years ago when his daughter begged him to perform with her on stage. <More>

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Wendy Novicoff

wendy@virginia.edu

 

Wendy Novicoff (treasurer) has been Four County’s treasurer since 2006, and she has been involved in productions here since 1993. <More>

Linda Hogan

Linda.Hogan@woodberry.org


Linda Hogan (secretary) came to know Four County Players as an audience member when she moved to Woodberry Forest in 1988. Several years later, she had her debut as a stage mom when her oldest daughter, Miranda, and her husband, Marc, had roles in A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the Shakespeare at the Ruins series. <More>

Scott Bates

 
Scott was classically trained on clarinet, flute, and saxophone beginning when he was nine. In
high school he started training his voice and taught himself guitar which led to his career as an original
rock artist for the last four decades. <More> 

Robert Eversberg

Robert Eversberg has been involved in community performing arts for some time, having
joined a choir in 2001 and his hometown theater group in 2006, both in his native Southern
Maryland. Over the next several years, he maintained involvement with theater groups in the
DC metro area and Annapolis before moving to Charlottesville in late 2014. <More>

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Elaine Fogliani

afogliani@aol.com

Elaine Fogliani ignores the saying, “You can’t go home again” because she has done just that with her return to the Four County Players board of directors. <More>

Anna Grey Hogan

 
Anna Grey Hogan has been involved in Four County since she played Huckleberry Finn in The Adventures if Tom Sawyer at age 11. Since then, she has enjoyed taking on new roles at the theater, both onstage and off. <More>
 
 
Meg Hoover

Since Meg got involved in Four County in 2016, she has come to know many of the members and the terrific work they are doing to keep 4CP an alive and vibrant theater resource for the community. <More>

 

Jim McConnell

Jim is a CPA and CGMA by trade but would much rather find himself on the stage. He has appeared in several 4CP productions and is proud to be a part of this wonderful theater family.

Karen Schlicht

In 2015, Karen’s children started showing an interest in theater. As a parent, she found herself working on costumes, helping backstage, and doing anything that was needed. During this time she met a couple people who were part of the 4CP family and they encouraged her to look into volunteering there. <more>

 

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Carl Schwaner

Carl Schwaner has a lifelong love of theater and has been working locally in the technical aspects of theater for a decade in many of the area’s venues. <More>

Hannah Vidaver

Bio coming soon.

Jeff Ward

Jeff Ward caught the theater bug at an early age watching his older brother play the lead in pretty much every Rodgers & Hammerstein musical ever written.  <More>

Connor Wells

Bio coming soon.

Edward Warwick White

 

 

Edward Warwick White

edwardwarwick@gmail.com

Edward Warwick White (Marketing Coordinator) joined the cast of Annie in 2011, and has been involved with Four County Players both on and offstage ever since. Last seen onstage as Jack in Four County’s 20th Anniversary production of Into the Woods, Edward has directed, produced, and designed numerous 4CP productions. <More>

 

 

 

Gary Warwick White

white.garyf@gmail.com


Gary Warwick White (Production Manager) became involved with Four County Players in 2001, appearing in such shows as Man of La Mancha, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, and Once Upon a Mattress.<More>