Margaret French (Felicia): Margaret is so excited to be a part of Douchenozzle. As an English major and lover of words, this show hits close to home. One of the coolest things she’s been able to do is originate the role of ‘The Woman’ in film and Broadway veteran, Bob Gunton’s career retrospective Walking on Water (Cumberland County Playhouse). Other favorite roles include Gertrude McFuzz in Seussical the Musical and Marian in Music Man (SIUE Summer Showbiz, IL), Marcy in Dogfight (Street Theater, TN), Veronica in God of Carnage (Porchlight Productions, NJ) and Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady at Missouri Baptist University, where she pursued a second degree in Musical Theater. Margaret was also a founding member and writer for the NYC-based sketch team, Hot Buffet, and appeared in numerous shows with them including the New York City Sketch Fest. She studied improv at the People’s Improv Theater in New York and has also trained under Second City’s Eric Elam. If you’re ever in Nashville check out the brand new Third Coast Comedy Club where Margaret is a part of the Mainstage Cast performing short and long form improv every weekend. When not performing (or auditioning so that she can perform), she is a woman bowled over by the gift of being wife to Gavin and mama to 1 year old boy, Wilder. She loves warm weather and running, good books, home decor, podcasts and a good bourbon. Thanks to Kimberly and David for giving her the chance to play Felicia in this bright, funny, thoughtful piece.
Maggie Richardson (Dori): Maggie is an excited newbie at the Orlando Fringe Festival. She is a graduate of Belmont University, and has her BFA in Musical Theatre. Recent roles include Dainty June in Gypsy at Studio Tenn, Peggy in 42nd Street at Rocky Mountain Rep. Theatre, and Doralee in 9-5 the Musical at Summer Rep. Theatre. Hobbies include thrifting, blogging, and watching British murder mysteries with her amazing parents. She gives God the glory for her journey so far, and feels blessed to begin this new chapter in life as a mom. This one goes out to you, Amelia Pearl!
Isaac Brotzman (Intern): Isaac Brotzman is a recent graduate of Belmont University’s musical theatre program. Originally from Milwaukee, WI, he currently lives and works in Nashville, TN, where he recently performed in the Ensemble of ‘HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS’ at the Grand Ole Opry. Other previous roles include Uncle Fester in THE ADDAMS FAMILY, (Belmont University), Dennis Dupree in ROCK OF AGES (McLeod Summer Playhouse), and Andrew Carnes in OKLAHOMA (Belmont University). He is incredibly excited to be a part of this exciting new endeavor.