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Treyla Trash as Imma Slappabitch

Sallie Just Sallie as Coco Beach

Kevin Hincapie as Christie Creme

Cami Nicole Hall as Ginger

Hannah Dodson as Natalia

Ethan Goble as The Caveman

Dino Larumbe as Lisa

Gwen Leahy as Sandra

Chris Stanley as Michael

Cameron Walker as Leon

Written and Directed by

Rick Garman

Stage Manager

Molly Alexander

Lighting Design

Erin Muller


Lukas Evans


Travis Spangenburg

Scenic Design

Travis Harold Coles & Stea Brown

Marketing Director

Trey Norris

Sound Operator

Travis Harold Coles

Lighting Operator

Toria Nicole Shaw

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Act 1

Walk the Dinosaur by Was Not Was (Caveman, Ensemble)
Yep, not a 60s song, but it’ll make sense when you see it.  This infectious ditty was released in 1987 and made it to the top 10 in the charts in multiple countries.  It was the group’s only major hit but founder Don Was (aka David Ferguson) went on to become a successful music producer, winning six Grammys for his work with artists like Bonnie Raitt, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Garth Brooks, Elton John, and more.

That’s Life by Frank Sinatra (The Inventor)
First recorded in 1963 by jazz artist Marion Montgomery, the song gained fame in 1966 when Frank Sinatra included it on his eponymously named album.  It reached #4 on the Billboard charts and has since been covered by artists like Aretha Franklin, Shirley Bassy, David Lee Roth, Michael Bolton, and Michael Buble.

These Boots Were Made For Walkin’ by Nancy Sinatra (Sandra)
This iconic song from 1965 was written by country singer Lee Hazelwood, one of many collaborations he had with Nancy Sinatra after being asked by her father, Frank, to help boost her career.  The song reached #1 on the Billboard charts and received three Grammy nominations.

Aretha vs. James Battle (Leon and Coco)
Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag
by James Brown
Never Loved a Man by Aretha Franklin
I Got You (I Feel Good) by James Brown
Natural Woman by Aretha Franklin
It’s a Man’s Man’s Mans World by James Brown
Respect by Aretha Franklin
R&B legends Aretha Franklin and James Brown performed together several times over their careers and recorded a song together, Gimme Your Love, released in 1989.  It failed to reach the success as the songs in this battle medley, all of which made it to the Top 10 in the Billboard charts upon their release.

Chapel of Love by The Dixie Cups (Lisa with Sandra and Natalia)
The song was co-written by legendary rock music producer Phil Spector (before the whole murder/prison thing) and was originally recorded by Darlene Love.  That version was not released and The Dixie Cups stepped in to make it a #1 hit in 1964.  The group, consisting of sisters Barbara Ann and Rosa Lee Hawkins and their cousin Joan Marie Johnson, continued to perform in various iterations for more than five decades.

You’re No Good by Dee Dee Warwick (Natalia with Sandra and Lisa)
First released in 1963 by Dee Dee Warwick – sister of Dionne Warwick and first cousin to Whitney Houston – the song first gained fame in 1963 when it was covered by soul singer Betty Everett.  It’s most famous version was released in 1975 by Linda Ronstadt, whose single of the song went to #1 on the Billboard charts.

Sonny & Cher Mashup (Imma and Michael)
I Got You Babe
The Beat Goes On

Although Sonny Bono and wife (eventually ex-wife) Cher had many successes during the time they recorded together (on and off from 1965 to 1977), these two songs were by far their biggest hits reaching #1 and #6 on the Billboard charts respectively.

Stand By Me by Ben E. King (Christie)
After being inspired by a gospel hymn of the same name, King wrote the song for The Drifters but they passed.  In 1960, King was recording his own album and had some studio time left over so he threw this in as a last minute addition.  It became his biggest hit, reaching #4 on the Billboard chart upon its release in 1961 and #9 when it was re-released in 1987 along with the film of the same name.

Nowhere to Run by Martha and the Vandellas (Imma, Coco, & Christie)
Written by the Motown power team of Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, and Eddie Holland – who wrote hits for The Supremes, The Four Tops, and more – this was not Martha & the Vandellas biggest hit.  That would be “Dancing in the Street,” which went to #4.  However, this classic Motown song remains one of the groups most beloved hits.  It was released in February, 1965 and went to #8 

Shake a Tailfeather originally by the Five Du-Tones (Ginger, Ensemble)
Originally recorded in 1963 by Chicago-based group the Five Du-Tones, this song has had a long list of cover versions by artists like Tommy James and the Shondells, Ike & Tina Turner, The Cheetah Girls, and, perhaps most famously, Ray Charles.  His version was done in 1980 for the film “The Blues Brothers” and features John Belushi and Dan Ackyroyd on backing vocals.


Act 2

60s Rock Medley (Ensemble)
Also Sprach Zarathustra
Somebody to Love
by Jefferson Airplane
Born to be Wild by Steppenwolf
You Really Got Me by The Kinks
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction by The Rolling Stones
Leaving on a Jet Plane by Peter, Paul and Mary
After a brief detour to the prehistoric era for the song most famous for its use in the 1968 “2001: A Space Odyssey,” the 60s Rock Medley encompasses some of the greatest hits from legendary rock bands and folk groups of the 1960s.  “Somebody to Love,” “Born to Be Wild,” “You Really Got Me,” and “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” are all on Rolling Stone’s “Top 100 Greatest Songs of All Time List,” while Peter, Paul, and Mary’s version of “Leaving on a Jet Plane,” (written and first recorded by John Denver), was the second to last #1 single of the 1960s decade, hitting the top of the charts in December 1969.

Crazy by Patsy Cline (Imma)
This country classic was written by a then unknown Willie Nelson, who was a struggling singer/songwriter.  It made its way to Patsy Cline whose 1961 recording of the song topped the country charts and crossed over to the pop charts as well.  Nelson recorded his own version for his 1962 debut album.

Monkees Mashup (Sandra, Lisa)
Daydream Beleiver
I’m a Believer
The pop group The Monkees were created as a concept for a TV show about a fictional band that was a lot like The Beatles.  British singer Davy Jones – who was on the same Ed Sullivan show that The Beatles made their US debut on – was cast first and the rest of the group followed.  The TV show was a hit when it debuted in 1966 and radio success came with it, but the group, looking for legitimacy, called it quits on the show after only two years and then broke up in 1969 (although they have reunited in various incarnations since).

When a Man Loves a Woman by Percy Sledge (Leon)
This was the first single from soul singer Percy Sledge, released in 1966, and was his greatest hit.  It went to #1 on the Billboard charts in multiple countries and has become a soul classic covered by the likes of Michael Bolton, Joe Cocker, and Bette Midler.

Beatles Medley (Natalia, Caveman)
Come Together
Here Comes the Sun
I Want to Hold Your Hand
Eleanor Rigby
Twist and Shout
If you don’t know who The Beatles are you probably shouldn’t be at a 1960s show.  Okay, fine, here’s a bit of Beatles trivia… although they continued recording until 1969, their final full live concert was at Candlestick Park in San Francisco in 1966.

Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond (Michael)
The origin of this song has been much debated, not helped at all by the conflicting stories from singer songwriter Neil Diamond.  The most repeated story he has told is that he was inpsired to write it when he saw a photo of a then 11-year-old Caroline Kennedy on a horse alongside her parents John and Jackie Kennedy on the cover of a magazine.  But he has also said he wrote it about his wife Marcia but needed a three-syllable name to make the song work.

Supremes Medley (Imma, Coco, Christie)
Stop! In the Name of Love
You Keep Me Hangin’ On
Baby Love
Where Did Our Love Go
You Can’t Hurry Love
The super-girl group of Florence Ballard, Mary Wilson, and Diana Ross formed in 1958 as The Primettes, playing locally around Detroit, Michigan.  When they were signed to Motown in 1961 it came with one condition – change the group’s name.  They were given several options including “The Darleens,” “The Melodees,” and “The Jewelettes,” but they went with the Supremes and the rest is history.

Viva Las Vegas by Elvis Presley (Ensemble)
Written and recorded for the 1964 film of the same name co-starring Ann-Margret, Elvis Presley never played this song live.

The Cast

Treyla Trash as Imma Slappabitch

A native to Savannah, Trey is an active member of The Bay Street Theatre, Collective Face Theatre Ensemble, and is the assistant General Manager at Club One Jefferson. His passion for music and stage gave birth to a drag character known to downtown Savannah as “Treyla Trash,” and is often seen at the Club One Cabaret on Thursday or Sunday evenings. You may have seen him as Frank-N-Furter in The Rocky Horror Show, Christopher Boone in Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night, or Guilliano in Big Love. Trey’s passions include classical music, reading, and the art of female impersonation.

Sallie Just Sallie as Coco Beach

Sallie Just Sallie – One of the newest members of the Club One Cabaret, Sallie Just Sallie brings comedy, grace, and daintiness to whatever stage she lands on. 

Kevin Hincapie as Christie Creme

Kevin Hincapie (Frederick) is so excited to be back at Savannah Cabaret so soon after his run as the Dr. Frankenstein in Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein. He is a New World School of the Arts graduate and is currently living in Miami. His most recent credits include The Prom (Ensemble), A Chorus Line  (Roy), Memphis (Perry Como), Tale of Custard The Dragon (Custard), Newsies (JoJo), and Damn Yankees (Henry).  For more check out his website: Kevinhincapie.com; Instagram: @kevin_hincapie

Hannah Dodson as Natalia

Hannah Dodson is a local vocalist and actress that’s currently finishing up her BA of Theatre at Georgia Southern University. As a long time member of the Savannah Cabaret, Hannah is so thankful to continue to perform on the Club One stage! Some of her most recent credits include Grease (The Savannah Theatre), Elf: The Musical (The Savannah Theatre), The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 (GSU), Love Songs/Love Stories 2, and multiple Savannah Cabaret productions!

Ethan Goble as The Caveman

Ethan is so excited to be performing with the Savannah Cabaret. He is currently working towards earning his BA in theatre from Georgia Southern University. Some of his recent acting credits include Eurydice (GSU), The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 (GSU), Time Flies (GSU), and The Rocky Horror Show (Bay Street Theatre). In addition to acting, he has also contributed his technical skills to Master Class (Collective Face) and Spitfire Grill (Savannah Repertory Theatre) among others. When he’s not working on shows, Ethan enjoys traveling, writing music, and riding roller coasters.

Cami Nicole Hall as Ginger

Cami Nicole Hall (she/her) was raised in rural Indiana and has been performing since she was born (just ask her mom). She grew up singing around the world with the prestigious Logansport Children’s Choir. Her first role in a musical was as a flying monkey in The Wizard of Oz, but some of her favorite roles to portray include The Cat in the Hat in Seussical and Marty in Grease. This Hoosier has been in the peach state for over a decade: paralegal at Morgan & Morgan by day, sound engineer at the Bay Street Theatre by night. When Cami isn’t on stage, you can find her watching wild birds with her wife and taking too many pictures of her dogs.

Dino Larumbe as Lisa

The Venezuelan non-binary actor returns to the stage after having their debuts in The Rocky Horror Picture Show for the Bay Street Theatre and Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein for the Savannah Cabaret. Being a part of the Savannah Stage Company, Larumbe diversifies their involvement in the Savannah theater community.

Gwen Leahy as Sandra

Gwen Leahy is thrilled to be a part of another show with the Savannah Cabaret! They have been working with The Bay Street Theatre for 7 years, The Club One Cabaret as Stage Manager for 4 years, and The Savannah Cabaret since its inception; if it happens on the Club One mainstage, they are there! They are forever grateful to everyone who continually supports their journey.

Chris Stanley as Michael

A graduate of SCAD (BFA – Media and Performing Arts, 2005), Christopher Stanley has been involved in Savannah’s local theatre community since returning to the city in 2009, working with companies like The Bay Street Theatre and The Collective Face Theatre Ensemble. Notable performances include Roger in Rent (2012), Nicky in Avenue Q (2012), Mendel in Falsettos (2013), and Claude in Hair (2019). Chris has also directed shows like An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein (2011), Hedwig & The Angry Inch (2013), and The Last Five Years (2015, co-director with Jinhi Soucy Rand) and records and performs original music under the name Topher Cronin.

Cameron Walker as Leon

The Creative Team and Crew

Directed & Produced by Rick Garman

Rick Garman grew up in Iowa but moved to Los Angeles as soon as he was old enough to be sure that his parents couldn’t send a sheriff to bring him back. He studied theater at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and made his writing debut with a stage production 17 Days which was produced in Los Angeles and in small theaters around the country.  His second play Mountains won the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Los Angeles Theater Production.  Rick has written more than 40 movies for the Hallmark Channel and other networks including Christmas on Cherry Lane with Jonathan Bennett, Catherine Bell, and James Denton; A Shoe Addict’s Christmas starring Candace Cameron Bure, Luke Macfarlane, and Jean Smart; Valentine in the Vineyard starring Rachael Leigh Cook and Brendan Penny; and Christmas at Pemberley Manor starring Jessica Lowndes and Michael Rady.  He currently resides in Savannah and is thrilled to be producing the Savannah Cabaret.

Stage Manager: Molly Alexander

Molly Alexander is a STEM-major sort of person who has been successfully infiltrating the musical and theatrical world for years. One day, the people in charge will realize that she has degrees in Wildlife and Veterinary Technology and never actually studied the arts, but they haven’t wised up yet so she keeps getting away with it. She has sung a capella with The Ecotones, presented the Bard’s works with Savannah Shakes, gotten weird with Odd Lot Improv, and voice acted for various audio dramas. She also moonlights in stage management because there is nothing quite like a color-coded spreadsheet. Now she is delighted to be on stage with the Savannah Cabaret!

Scenic Design/Sound: Travis Harold Coles

Travis Coles is thrilled to be making his Savannah Cabaret on-stage debut! Travis has been involved in theatre in Savannah for over 13 years. As Executive Producer of the Bay Street Theatre, Travis has been involved with some of Savannah’s most exciting community theatre productions, such as Cabaret, Chicago, Avenue Q, Sweeney Todd, Rocky Horror, and many more. Travis is also a member of the Collective Face Theatre Ensemble, performing in Gatsby, Calendar Girls, Big Love, and Jesus Christ Superstar, among others. When not managing Club One or serving on the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Planning Commission, Travis enjoys helping people buy or sell property as an agent with Keller Williams Realty. In his free time Coles enjoys sleeping. Enjoy the show!

Scenic Design: Stea Brown

Stea has been a recording engineer for a local church 13+ years. They have engineered multiple middle/high school sound/lighting productions.

Lighting Design: Erin Muller

Erin is pleased to design lights for Young Frankenstein. She has designed lights for nearly every Savannah Cabaret production since its inception and is thrilled to see what the future holds for this company! Erin can also be found behind the lighting console for many Bay Street Theatre productions and was recently onstage as the Narrator in BST’s 2023 production of The Rocky Horror Show Live!

Lighting Operator: Toria Nicole Shaw

Toria is a Savannah native with a love of theatre. If you’re lucky, you can catch her onstage, othertimes she shining a light on the show.

Spotlight: Lukas Evans

Lukas returns to the spotlight as lighting operator, after having worked their first show at the Rocky Horror Picture Show Live in 2023. The Savannah local has been improving his lighting tech work as a regular spotlight operator for shows at Club One.

Photographer: Travis Spangenburg


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