Mirrored image from a vintage photograph of Ida Mulle as Cupid shooting a bow and arrow . TEXT: A Broadway Valentine Cabaret and the Everybody's Theater Company logo.

Proceeds from A Broadway Valentine benefit The Friends of the Upper Dublin Public Library and ETC.

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It’s not complicated, we’re in LOVE with BROADWAY!

Our Valentine’s cabaret features songs that cover the joyful, heartbreaking, funny, and even lusty moments of life.


Friday, February 9 & Saturday, February 10, 2024 @7:30PM

The Shanis Auditorium at the Upper Dublin Public Library
520 Virginia Drive, Fort Washington

Tickets are $15 each (+$2.85 Eventbrite fee)




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MARK AYERS and MARGO WEISHAR are happy to celebrate almost one year of married bliss with their friends at ETC.  They met doing theater many years ago and have continued to be present in the theater community acting, directing, producing and ultimately – writing.

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JENNY BALL is grateful to be a part of A Broadway Valentine. This performance represents many firsts: first ETC production, first cabaret, and first time singing a duet with her husband on stage. Prior to this, she has appeared in shows at The Barn Playhouse and Methacton Community Theater including First Date, Big Fish, and Matilda. In real life, she is a professor of advertising at Temple University and a mom to two teenagers.

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TYLER BALL is back for his third Cabaret with ETC, and he’s thrilled to be sharing the stage with a bunch of talented singers. But wait, there’s a charming twist this time – Tyler will be harmonizing with none other than his partner in crime, Jenny, in their very first duet – adding a ‘Nice’ personal touch to the performance. Recently, you might have caught Tyler as Monty Navarro in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder at MCT. Big thanks to friends and family for their love and support. Cheers to more moments on stage and making music together!


KEITH BEECHAM has been a frequent participant in ETC productions, most recently performing multiple parts in It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play. He has also appeared in ETC’s productions of Children of Eden (Father), Sweeney Todd (Judge Turpin), Freaky Friday (Dr. Ehrin/Officer Kowalsky), the virtual performance of A Christmas Carol Radio Play (Narrator/Fezziwig), and multiple cabarets. In addition to his work with ETC he has performed in productions and cabarets with several other regional theater companies. He would like to thank his wife Darlene and family for their patience and support.


MARNI BERKOWITZ has a BA in Vocal Performance and an MAT In Music Education. Solo performances include The Washington Capitals, The U.S. Army Orchestra, and the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage. Love to husband Dan, son Mikey, & daughter/duet partner Shaina.


SHAINA BERKOWITZ has performed in musicals for the past 12 years and has been studying dance for the past 14 years. Favorite roles include Tessie in Annie, Uma in Descendants, and Belle in Beauty and the Beast. She is excited to perform a duet with her mom in this show.


After a 5-year hiatus from the stage, SAMANTHA ESHBACH is thrilled to be coming back to make her ETC debut! A graduate of UDHS, Samantha is so excited to be working with Debbie and the team again- it feels like coming back home! Samantha has a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from Boyer School of Music at Temple University, which she uses daily when singing to her 1-year-old daughter, Ava. She is incredibly grateful for all of the love and support from her family and friends, especially when making this return to the stage!
“This performance is dedicated to Cole and Ava the lights of my life- love you both to the moon and back, always, and forever.”

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EILEEN FIELDS has been a working musician for most of her life. She holds music degrees in music education and performance from Temple University and taught music for over 30 years, general and choral, K-12. Musical theater and accompanying of all kinds have been a passion throughout her career, and since her retirement from public education she has expanded her theater resume and choir-accompanying considerably. Recent choral collaborations include Philadelphia Performing Arts Charter School’s spring concert at the Kimmel Center and JS Bach’s Wachet Auf with Interrupted Silence in Allentown. Upcoming shows include The Drowsy Chaperone at DeSales University and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory at Temple Sinai. Eileen music directs and conducts the Philadelphia Independence Awards, a Tony-like program whose mission is to recognize and support outstanding musical theater work at the high school level.


JESSICA FRANKL is so excited for her first show with ETC! While relatively new to community theater, Jessica has been in love with performing since she was a little girl, and any chance she gets to sing in front of an audience still feels like a dream come true! Her recent credits include Jesus Christ Superstar (Maryand Into the Woods (Cinderella’s Mother). When she’s not working on a show, Jessica is preparing for her retirement years by knitting, making (and eating) copious amounts of soup, tending to her garden, and doing puzzles. Many thanks to ETC for this opportunity to share the stage with such a talented group of singers.

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WENDY GOLD is excited to be a part of Everybody’s Theatre Company Valentine’s Cabaret for the first time! She has been passionate about musical theatre since childhood and has been in shows such as Man of La Mancha, Boys from Syracuse, Trial By Jury, Bye Bye Birdie, and The Wizard of Oz.  She’s enjoyed taking cabaret classes at the Walnut Street Theatre and the Arden. Wendy was the music chair for her choir, the Main Line Singers, and she runs a music group, The Soundz of Music, in her community. Thanks to family and friends for their support.


JACKIE GUBOW is very excited to make her ETC debut! Originally from Michigan (Go Blue!), she has performed locally with Narberth Community Theatre and the Valley Forge Chorus Holiday Harmony Singers. She currently serves as the Soprano 2 Section Leader of the SoHarmoniums Women’s Intergenerational Choir in New York City and is a proud member of the Ukuladies. Jackie would like to thank her parents, her sister Rachel, and her husband Aaron.

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GEORGETTE HAMATY is delighted to be participating in her 7th ETC cabaret with such a wonderful cast! Georgette is also a frequent cabaret performer at Narberth Community Theater. ETC theater credits include Mel (Gamma Girls) and Marilyn (Kentucky Lemonade) both by Julie Zaffarano; and U/S Frau Blucher/Ensemble (Young Frankenstein). With Players Club of Swarthmore, her roles included Princess Badroulbadour (Disenchanted) and Sister Mary Theresa (Sister Act). She also played Bellomy (The Fantasticks) in a local production. Georgette is grateful for the many volunteers who work tirelessly to bring ETC productions to life as well as the audience and donors who support ETC!


COLBY LANGWEILER is so excited to join some of her favorite people in this amazing Cabaret! She was most recently seen as Sue Snell in Carrie at Music Mountain Theater. Favorite past roles include Sister Mary Robert (Sister Act), Penny (Hairspray), and Amy (Little Women). Many thanks to Debbie, Charlie, and ETC for the opportunity. Love to Jellybean!

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SARAH LEAKEY has been a part of Everybody’s Theater Company since 2016 and is an alum of UDHS. Sarah is a Vice President on the ETC board. She loves to perform at other theaters in the area, as well as helping in multiple productions for ETC throughout the year. When she is not doing theater, in her free time she loves photography and works as a preschool teacher for KinderCare in Hatboro!


OMI MOSQUERA has been in: Moana Jr., Newsies Jr., and appeared as Karen in ETC’s recent production of The SpongeBob Musical: Youth Edition. Omi loves singing and performing, and hopes to do more in the future!


KATHY SARLSON is a passionate newcomer to community theater and is thrilled to make her ETC debut. Recent favorite shows include Pippin (Ensemble), Jesus Christ Superstar (Ensemble) and Into the Woods (Stage Manager). Much love to her best cheering squad, Ben, Lily and Aaron.

GINA SCHWOERER is happy to be performing again with Everybody’s Theater Company! Previously with ETC, she was in the ensemble in Sweeney Todd, played the role of Belle/others in A Christmas Carol Radio Play, and has performed in their various cabarets. Elsewhere, her most recent roles include a Phantom in The Rocky Horror Show, Sally Brown in You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, and Squeaky Fromme in Assassins. When she’s not performing, she plays the role of a preschool teacher in Philly. Enjoy the show!

PATRICK SUTTON has been performing in local theaters and cabarets in and around the Delaware Valley since 2006. He first collaborated with ETC in 2018, playing the title character in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. His most recent project was at Footlighters Theatre in Berwyn, PA where he played Charlie Brown in their production of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. Patrick is excited to be reunited with his ETC family for this Broadway Valentine cabaret!

JUDY THALHEIMER credits ETC cabarets with getting her back to singing. She has had the pleasure of performing in every ETC cabaret (including the COVID cabaret recorded on a windy outdoor stage). Some of her favorite songs include “What Ever Happened to My Part?” from Spamalot and “Don’t Rain on My Parade” from Funny Girl, but her all-time favorite was a love song to kale! Judy greatly appreciates her endlessly supportive family and friends (including the ETC team).

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Super thrilled to be with ETC for a second time, REBECCA THORNBURGH’s singing debut was at age four with the Cherub Choir. In more recent days Rebecca has sung classic masterworks and edgy experimental commissions with Mendelssohn Chorus of Philadelphia, and lots of blues and ballads as lead singer with Reckless Amateurs. Of course she still sings with the church choir. Rebecca writes and illustrates books (and other stuff) for kids.

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TAMMY TUCKEY is glad to be back for another ETC cabaret. She was last seen as Not Dead Fred in Spamalot & Miss Casewell in The Mousetrap at Town & Country Players. Aside from performing, she hosts The Tammy Tuckey Show ​and released her second Walt Disney World-themed album – Glowing in Timeless Places – last year. You can get your copy at www.tammytuckey.com .

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MARGO WEISHAR and MARK AYERS are happy to celebrate almost one year of married bliss with their friends at ETC.  They met doing theater many years ago and have continued to be present in the theater community acting, directing, producing and ultimately- writing.

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STU WEITZ  is proud to be part of another exciting cabaret event with ETC, sharing the stage with so many talented people. Stu is an entertainer, cabaret singer, band leader and booking agent. With his orchestra and big band, Stu’s played at countless events for over 30 years. His love of Frank Sinatra songs has earned him the nickname “Stu-natra.” Stu has performed in many of ETC’s murder mysteries and nearly all of their cabarets. 


DAKOTA YATES is a Senior at Neshaminy High School. She is a member of their select choir and Thespian Troupe. Dakota’s been involved in musical theater for many years and takes private vocal lessons. She has been taking dance lessons since she was 2 and is a competitive dancer. She wants to go to college for pre-med then further her education in optometry.

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RAGAN YATES is a Pennsylvania native with an Associates Degree in Business Administration from Bucks County Community College, and she’s earning an Associates Degree in Dance as well! Ragan grew up dancing and performing in theater, coached by Broadway alum, Jennine Babo. She has performed with Kelsey Theater, Salt Performing Arts, Music Mountain Theater, and YGENYK Productions. For the past 5 years, Ragan has choreographed musicals at Poquessing Middle Schools. Other choreography work includes The Central New Jersey Ballet Theatre and Neshaminy Summer Stock. As a dance teacher for the past 4 years, Ragan hopes to spread nothing but positivity and kindness to her students.

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