Meet The Cast
Our usual suspects.
  • Ruth Markoe Ruth Markoe Ruth Markoe founded Theater to Go (originally R&R Productions) in 1992 and has been producing, directing and acting for the company since. Ruth has been involved in various aspects of the theater since beginning her acting career in Seattle, Washington where she performed plays of Beckett, Moliere, Brecht and Durang. She is an accomplished stage director, with critically acclaimed productions such as Noises Off, Of Thee I Sing, You Can't Take it With You and Lend Me a Tenor , Follies and The Sunshine Boys among her favorite productions. Her recent stage acting credits include Martha in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Golde in Fiddler on the Roof, Jacqueline in La Cage aux Folles, and Charlotte Wallace in Beyond Therapy. Ruth serves on the Kelsey Theater Advisory Board. She is proud to be working with the wonderful ensemble that comprise the acting company of Theater to Go
  • John M. Maurer John M. Maurer John M. Maurer of Ewing, a member of the Screen Actors Guild, started his entertainment career at the age of 10 and has been working in front of the public for over 30 years. His skills as an actor, magician, clown, juggler, balloon sculptor, stilt-walker andmime have helped him as an actor specializing in comedy and improvisational theater.John has been a member of R&R Productions for over ten years and along with his wife Diana and is an internationally produced playwright, having written three interactive plays that have been produced in England, New Zealand, and around the US.
  • Diana Gilman Mauer Diana Gilman Mauer Diana Gilman Maurer of Ewing is a mom, actress, theater producer, and professional clown. She co-founded Maurer Productions OnStage with her husband, John Maurer and her acting credits include Inspecting Carol, Arsinic and Old Lace, Nosing Around with Baked Oranges and Nosing Around Circus Style. Diana has been a member of R&R Productions Theatre To Go for over 10 years and she and her husband are also internationally produced playwrights, having written three interactive plays that have been produced in England, New Zealand, and around the United States. Her performance skills include improvisational theatre, magic, juggling, balloon sculpting, and stilt-walking.
  • Peter Labriola Peter Labriola Peter LaBriola is well known in central NJ as a theatrical producer, director, set designer and actor. He is the artistic director of Pierrot Productions, which has collaborated with Theater to Go in several stage plays including Lend me a Tenor, Deathtrap, Of Thee I Sing, Noises Off and You Can't Take it With You .He has been with Theater to Go almost since the beginning in 1992, and has created some of our favorite characters, such as Carmine the Weddingmeister in Holy Acrimony and Nicholas Teller in Murder in Goldrust. He has also written two of our shows, Holy Acrimony and Murder by Proxy
  • M Kitty Getlick M Kitty Getlick M. Kitty Getlik has been a noticeable figure in the theatre in Central New Jersey for the past twenty five years. In addition to playing multiple roles for Theater to Go, Kitty is also the Manager and Artistic Director of the Kelsey theater, where she has increased the number of events offered at that facility by over 200 percent, offering an unique mixture of adult, children’s, and family theatre. Kitty is also an accomplished actress, playing roles as diverse as Miss Hannigan in Annie, Penny Sycamore in You Can’t Take It With You, Martha Brewster in Arsenic and Old Lace and Abbess Agatha in Incorruptible Kitty is proud to be a member of R. & R. Productions, Theatre to Go performing in their murder mystery productions up and down the East Coast, she especially loves the We The Jury Shows as they really allow the cast to bring out the creativity in every member of the audience.
  • Paul Saunders Paul Saunders Paul Saunders is one of the original actors of Theater to Go appearing in its first production in 1992. That is when he created the role of presidential candidate Francis A. Keye in Murder on the Campaign Trail and has been "running for office" since then. He is an accomplished stage actor as well, appearing in countless plays, including major roles in Harvey, Of Thee I Sing, You Can't Take it With You, Fiddler on the Roof, Kiss Me Kate, Lend Me a Tenor, Rumors and The Odd Couple. He has been playing a variety of scoundrels for Theater to Go
  • Arthur F. Miller Arthur F. Miller Arthur F. Miller has been doing theater for over 30 years. He became involved in acting and directing while attending Princeton University. He then moved to Chicago and worked there for the next twelve years doing shows ranging from directing Moliere's Imaginary Invalid to the part of Gaetano Proclo, the lead of Terrence McNally's The Ritz. He has come back to Princeton and continues his theater work while working during the day at the University. One of his favorite roles of the last few years was the combined role of Father/Old Actor in a traveling production of The Fantasticks. He is one of the original members of R&R Productions Theater to Go, playing Jimmy Iffa in Murder on the Campaign Trail .
  • Scott Hubscher Scott Hubscher Scott Hubscher has been acting in the theater for over twenty years. His favorite roles include Jonathan in Arsenic and Old Lace, The Chairman in Of Thee I Sing, Murray, the Cop, in The Odd Couple, and Durdles in Edwin Drood. He has written, produced, directed, and acted in Dinner Theater and Murder Mysteries for over twelve years. He has also lent his voice to numerous radio and TV spots. Always upbeat and encouaging, his last words to the cast before a show are," Let's entertain!".
  • Ann Marie Robalik Ann Marie Robalik Ann Marie Robalik has been performing all of her life (or so it seems!). Currently employed by Merrill Lynch, Ann Marie has appeared in several theatrical productions with area theater groups such as The Somerset Valley Playhouse and The Princeton Players. Her repertoire includes Crimes Of The Heart; Brighton Beach Memoirs, The Sound of Music, Applause, Annie Get Your Gun and A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum. She began her professional career performing murder mysteries over fifteen years ago. Currently she’s appearing locally with Theater to Go and hopes to do so for many years to come!
  • Mark Violi Mark Violi Mark has been performing with Theater To Go for over ten years. His love for live theater extends to the stage where he has held numerous roles over a span of many years including Clifford in Deathtrap, Dr. Seward in Dracula, Herb in Godspell, George in Send Me No Flowers, Billy Bibbit in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, StarCat in Psycho Beach Party and Lt. Dan Kaffee in A Few Good Men. Mark also acts for the camera having been in film, television and commercials and opened for Jon Stewart during a stint as a stand-up comedian. Mark was Actor of the Year-Third Runner Up at the 2006 Los Angeles International Modeling & Talent Association competition. Also a prolific writer, Mark has optioned two feature length screenplays and has had two stage dramas produced, including Roebling: The Story of the Brooklyn Bridge.
  • Pamela "Joy" Orris Pamela "Joy" Orris Pamela "Joy" Orris is an eccentric person filled with laughter and vibrance, creating the character of Ma Shrooms in Will to Kill and the"spooktacular" role of Ms Metro Knome in Murder by Moonlight. Her effervescent personality as Bonnie in A Slaying in the Speakeasy leaves the crowd kazooing for more.
  • Laurie Hardy Laurie Hardy Laurie Hardy graduated from Penn State University with a Master’s in children’s Theater lo these many years ago. She has worked in the field teaching creative drama and acting in touring children’s theater shows for the last 20 years while raising a family. In the last few years she has returned to general theater, recently playing Veta Louise Simmons in Harvey, Abby Brewster in Arsenic and Old Lace, and the French Maid in Lucky Stiff. She has also acted in several productions with R&R and Four Star Theater companies.
  • Marti Grande Marti Grande Marti Grande Marti is also a professional Clown / Magician and stand up comedian. She joined the Theater to Go troupe on 2002 and has performed in many dinner theater productions. She owns MARTI ENTERPRIZE which specializes in children's entertainment.
  • Lee Benson Lee Benson Lee Benson has been active in the theater scene in Central New Jersey for many years and has been working with Theater to Go for that last 5 years.Among his memorable stage roles are Teddy in Arsenic and old Lace , Moose in Crazy for You, Wilson in Harvey and King Henry in The Prince and the Pauper. In addition to being an accomplished actor, Lee is a fine carpenter and has assisted in designing and building sets for many theatrical productions
  • Linda Bokor Linda Bokor Linda Bokor Linda has loved being in the spotlight ever since the tender age of five when she was the narrator for her kindergarten's back to school night. Since then she has acted in many school plays and community theater performing in such shows as The Rose Tattoo, Blithe Spirit and Our Town. She has been with Theater to Go for many years. She also writes murder mysteries and skits as well as writing stand up comedy for herself and others. In her spare time Linda enjoys reading, doing logic problems, trivia and karaoke.
  • Ruth Rittman Ruth Rittman Ruth Rittman is the owner of RITTZY Productions, a costume creation and rental business, which provides costumes to many theater companies in New Jersey. She is a gifted designer and has helped us with our costumes for many years.
  • Jean Prall Rosolino Jean Prall Rosolino Jean Prall Rosolino is the founder of Youth Stages ( where she conducts workshops and residencies with youth in schools, preschools, libraries, places of worship, and museums throughout NJ. She also provides development workshops for elementary school and preschool teachers, librarians & museum personnel. Jean has written and is currently touring a one-woman show, The Three Bears, for preschoolers which is the pinnacle of improvisation & audience participation as the 3-5 year old audience plays the role of Baby Bear! She has directed Our Town for VSA arts of New Jersey and a number of Youth Stages touring productions. She has performed at the Kelsey Theatre as Rabbit in Winnie the Pooh, Charlotte in Charlotte's Web, Bella in Lost in Yonkers and Dora Strang in Equus. Jean received her MA in Educational Theatre from NYU and her BA in Theatre Arts from Bridgewater State College. She loves audience participation!
  • Charlie Leeder Charlie Leeder Charlie Leeder has been acting in the theater for over fifty years. His favorite roles include Mortimer in Arsenic and Old Lace, Cliff in The Woolgather, Fagin in Oliver! And the MC in Cabaret. Charlie wrote the longest running show in the history of New Hope, A Catered Affair which ran for sixty weeks at the Tow Path Dinner Theatre and for which he received a Golde Dust Award for acting excellence from Entertainment Magazine. He has appeared on television as Charlie the Answer Man in Meadowlands Marquee and has been an active actor, composer, playwright and juggler in the New York metropolitan area for the last thirty years. He is always happy to continue his collaboration with his partner in theater Ruth Marco and to engage in his first love: improvisational theatre.
  • Billy Edwards Billy Edwards Billy Edwards is a Jersey boy who works as an actor all throughout the tri-state area.He is happy to be apart of "Theater To go" & being a fake gangster (because it's safer that way). So that means I can do favors for you as long as it is illegal....just kidding: Hope to see you at the next 'FAMILY' gathering...."forget about it" !!!!
  • Jessica Getlik Jessica Getlik Jessica Getlik may look young but she is mature beyond her years, having appeared as the old lady (Gretchen Wilcox) in a Family Reunion to Die For, the old lady (Betty Blast) in Footloose, and the old lady (Helga Clamsky) in Touchtone M for Murder. She has also been seen as Rosie Alvarez (Bye Bye, Birdie), Rizzo (GREASE), (Ms. Darbus) in Disney’s High School Musical and others at the Kelsey Theatre and The Open Air Theatre. She is very excited to be with Theater To Go!

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