Chris MacPherson

ChrisCast / Director
Chris began his acting career at the tender age of 6 right here on our stage.   He spends his spare time searching for the perfect kyber crystal, caressing marigolds, and embroidering washcloths. His favorite shoes are socks but he can’t seem to find a matching pair.

Jennifer MacPherson-Evans

Cast / General Manager
Grew up, well at least got older, right here at Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre. She has a crazy Welsh man as a husband and four brilliant children. Her mental state is negotiable. Jennifer enjoys singing “Oklahoma” underwater, a good pun, or even better a bad pun, and those lovely rare moments of lucidity. She thinks washcloths are over-rated.

Tim Coleman

That’s right Tim is back! And his front is here too! This is Tim’s 33rd Season with the Great Victorian Amusement Company and we are truly delighted to have him back on our stage!  In his spare time, Tim enjoys feeding blind horses, eating cookies, and teaching classes in experimental physics. Tim has an irrational fear of washcloths.

Kara Van Veghel

Kara Van Veghel at Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre!Cast
Our lovely Chanteuse, Kara, has always thought she was born in the wrong era. This is her 5 and 9/16th season with us and we are thrilled that she hasn’t run away to open her dream store “Van Vegel’s Bagels”. She loves long walks on the beach, the smell of magic markers, and dark seedy speakeasy jazz bars. She has a dizzing collection of washcloths.

Krisha Brook

Krisha Brooks at Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre!

Krisha joined our cast in 2011 and has been trying to escape ever since. A stage veteran, Krisha sparkles with energy and enthusiasm. In her spare time she enjoys skipping, perfecting her pineapple upside-down cake recipe, and pretending washcloths are blankets. Krisha never gets lost; she is always right where she is (and usually she arrives early).

Chris Johnson

Chris Johnson joins Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre!

The newest member of the Great Victorian Amusement Company, Chris hails from the icy wastes of Siberia. We are delighted to have him with us.  He must be a little crazy because he blends right in! He enjoys towels, mustache combs, step ladders, and iced tea. He has a strange fear of the letter Q. Please don’t ask him about the washcloth incident of 1995.


Our Illustrious Founders

Pat MacPherson

Pat MacPhersonCo-Owner, Consultant & Full-Time Granny
Pat has danced her way across Europe, starred in her own TV show, wowed them in Las Vegas, been in movies, written more than 30 comedies, and charmed the audiences at Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre for years. Although she no longer graces our stage, she is the busiest retired person we know. Sadly, Pat has lost her favorites pair of false eyelashes somewhere in the theatre. They answer to “Fred”. If anyone should find them, please notify animal control immediately.

Don MacPherson

Don MacPhersonIn Loving Memory to the sweet man who always looked on the bright side of life. We love and miss you every moment. Rest in peace our dear Rogi. (1940 – 2010)
Don was born when he was very young and has not aged a day since. When lucid, his creative mind spills its contents for all to enjoy and ponder. In his spare time, Don enjoys directing, acting in strange musical comedies and running the family business. His day job is top secret but, rumor has it, he is fashion coordinator for the military’s summer line of camouflage.