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*** NOTE *** 
KILLING MOM was originally scheduled to premiere in May 2020 at ATA in New York City.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the May production was canceled and
rescheduled for September 2020.
That September production has now also been canceled
but we are hopeful that the production will be rescheduled for Spring 2021. 
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BETSY ROSS (Marion Wolcott)

Betsy has most recently appeared in films La Petite Mort and The Count. A few favorite theatre roles include Barbara Castle in Museum, Cora Swanson in Mornings at Seven, Miss Marple in A Murder is Announced, and, Ousier in Steel Magnolias directed by Margo Martindale.  Television — Betsy appeared as Mary Lambert and Priscilla Cooper in All My Children. She holds an MA Degree in Theatre from WV University’s College of Creative Arts and an MS degree in Special Education.  She is an advocate for including children with learning differences in general education classrooms.  AEA, SAG-AFTRA.  

ELIZABETH HOWELL (Allison Wolcott)

Elizabeth recently returned to the stage (after a long hiatus spent raising her kids) in a developmental production of Hollywood, Nebraska (Wyoming Theater Festival; dir. Scott Alan Evans). Other theater credits include: Dance With Me (Centenary Stage Co; dir. Vivian Matalon); The Runner Stumbles (Circle at the Cast); Table Manners (21st Street Theater Co) and The Winter’s Tale (Bridge Lane). Film/TV: Law & Order, Blame, Forever, Jake and the Fatman, Little House on the Prairie. Education: Brown University



Meghan is thrilled to be making her ATA (and New York City) debut in Killing Mom. She is an actor, dancer, and choreographer originally hailing from the Greater Boston area. Previous theatre credits include A Christmas Carol (Central Square Theater), George Brant’s world premiere play Dark Room (Bridge Repertory Theater), Romeo and Juliet & Macbeth (Bay Colony Shakespeare), Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde (Longwood Players), and The Messenger (Williamstown Theatre Festival). Film: Principal Dancer in Greta Gerwig’s Oscar-nominated Little Women. BA Theatre & English, Boston College.



Kathleen is delighted to bring Beth to life again, having played the role in a staged Equity reading at ACT of Connecticut. Favorite regional & NYC credits include: Almost, Maine, Doubt, Side By Side By Sondheim (all with the Women’s Theater Company); The Smell of the Kill (WTC and Chenango River Theatre); Hello Dolly! (Broward Stage Door), The Gondoliers, The Sound of Music (Engeman Theater), The Shape of Things, Proof, national tour of A Christmas Carol, and new play readings/productions with Dreamcatcher Rep, Centenary Stage, and WorkShop Theatre. Various concert appearances and solo cabaret debut, "On My Way To You." Kathleen is a graduate of NYU and a proud member of Actors’ Equity. Special thanks to CBU Management.

KATIE SPARER (Joanne Wolcott)


Selected credits for Kaite include: BROADWAY: Awake and Sing! (Circle in the Square). OFF – BROADWAY: Shayna Maidel (Westside Arts); The Rise and Rise of Daniel Rocket (Playwright’s Horizons); Ruthless (Triad); Renovations (Theatre  For the New City); Ladies In Retirement ( Applecorps); Shakespeare and the Heart’s Desire ( National Arts Club); The Shakespeare Trilogy ( The Players ); The Glass Menagerie ( Pigeonholed Theatre Company ) Regional Theatre: Williamstown; Alley Theatre; Studio Arena; Cincinnati Playhouse; Shakespeare on the Sound; Missouri Rep; Boston Post Road Stage Co; Music Theatre of CT; CT Free Shakespeare; The Quick Center; Play With Your Food .TV: Law & Order; The Sopranos; American Playhouse; All My Children; Another World; Candid Camera. She recently completed the Independent film Brothers. Katie has recorded books for AUDIBLE . Training : American Conservatory Advanced Training Program; HB Studio Advanced Acting Class with Uta Hagen. AB University of Chicago.  AEA; SAG/AFTRA 

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