Time Traveling Drag Queens in the 1980s!

Friday, May 12, 2023 at 7:00pm

Sunday, May 14, 2023 at 7:00pm



(In Order of Appearance)

Treyla Trash
Imma Slappabitch

Sallie Just Sallie
Coco Beach

Kevin Hincapie
Christie Creme

Hannah Dodson
Stephanie (The Mean Girl)

Molly Alexander
Heather (The Weird Girl)

Gwen Leahy
Tiffany (The Perky Girl)

Dani Vazquez
Rebecca (The Ugly Duckling)

Travis Harold Coles
Tuck (The Dumb Jock)

Lauren Ledger
Jessie (The Nerdy Boy)

Travis Cheek
Mickey (The Virgin)

Ethan Goble
Principal Bottoms

Cami Nicole Hall
Sister Mary Camille

Written and Directed by

Rick Garman

Music Production

Tyler Chapman

Lighting Director

Erin Muller

Sound Director

Allson Lourens

Spotlight Operator

Toria Nicole Shaw

Vocal Coach

Damon “DJ” Banks Jr.


Chris Stanley

Set List


Molly Alexander, Hannah Dodson, Gwen Leahy, Dani Vazquez

“Like a Prayer”

Cami Nicole Hall, Treyla Trash, Sallie Just Sallie, Kevin Hincapie

“Jessie’s Girl”

Gwen Leahy

“Prince Megamix”

Sallie Just Sallie

“Fame/Flashdance…What a Feeling”

Hannah Dodson, Dani Vazquez

“Addicted to Love”

Travis Harold Coles

“Girls Just Want to Have Fun”

Molly Alexander, Hannah Dodson, Cami Nicole Hall, Kevin Hincapie, Gwen Leahy, Sallie Just Sallie, Treyla Trash

“Michael Jackson Megamix”

Travis Cheek, Travis Harold Coles, Ethan Goble, Lauren Ledger

“My Prerogative”

Ethan Goble

“’80s Megamix”




Cami Nicole Hall, Kevin Hincapie, Sallie Just Sallie, Treyla Trash

“(Don’t You) Forget About Me”

Molly Alexander

“Total Eclipse of the Heart”

Lauren Ledger

“(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life/Up Where We Belong”

Kevin Hincapie/Dani Vazquez

“Never Gonna Give You Up”

Travis Cheek

“If I Could Turn Back Time”

Treyla Trash

“Madonna Megamix”

Kevin Hincapie

“Pat Benatar Megamix”

Hannah Dodson

“Gloria Estefan Megamix”

Dani Vazquez

“Can’t Fight This Feeling”




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

Voted “Best Local Drag Queen 2022” by the readers of Connect Savannah, Sallie Just Sallie is pleased to be diving wig-first back into another Rick Garman production. Equipped with a bachelors in Theater, five pairs of pantyhose, and a sensible pair of wedges, she’s ready to make you hoot and holler. Her recent stage credits include Vivian and Bills Christmas Party! and Time Traveling Drag Queens In The 1940s!

Kevin Hincapie as Christie Creme

Kevin Hincapie is so excited to be back working with the Savannah Cabaret! He was born and raised in Miami, Florida where he fell in love with the stage. He studied Music Theatre at New World School of the Arts and just recently moved to Savannah. His most recent roles have been J.D in Heathers, and Pippin in PIPPIN! He also wrote and starred in a One person show titled The 27 Club.

Molly Alexander as Heather

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!

Travis Cheek as Mickey

Being a local to Savannah, Travis Cheek began his musical theater career at a young age, enrolling in Savannah Arts Academy and majoring in Vocal Performance. There, he starred in hit shows such as The Laramie ProjectBring it On!, and Chicago. During this time, Travis performed across the country in cities like Atlanta, Orlando and New York City. Now, years later, as a full time employee of ClubOne Jefferson, Travis has made a return to world of Musical Theatre at the Savannah Cabaret and is excited to see what future holds.

Travis Harold Coles as Tuck

Travis Coles is thrilled to be working once again with the Savannah Cabaret! 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!

Hannah Dodson as Stephanie

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 Principal

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 Sister Mary Camille

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 12 years: 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.

Gwen Leahy as Tiffany

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 5 years, The Club One Cabaret as stage manager for 2 years, and the Savannah Cabaret since its inception; basically, if it happens on the Club One mainstage, they are there! Gwen hopes you enjoy the show!

Lauren Ledger as Jessie

Lauren Ledger (they/she/he) is a recent graduate of SCAD where she received a BFA in Performing Arts on a full-ride scholarship for being in a performance ensemble with American Idol Winner Candice Glover and Showtime at the Apollo Winner George Lovett. You may have seen her sharing local stages with Hamilton’s Isaiah Johnson and Grammy Nominee Stacie Orrico, and her recent credits include Marty in Grease at the Savannah Theatre, Featured Choir Member in Hulus’ The Girl from Plainville, and Zoe (principle) in Lifetime’s Nobody Will Believe You. She would like to thank her friends, family, partner, and fellow artists for being such a light in this world.

Dani Vazquez as Rebecca

Dani Vazquez is a Miami native with a B.F.A in Music Theatre from New World School of the Arts (University of Florida). Her most recent credit is Sophie in Mamma Mia at The Savannah Theatre. Some of her favorite credits include: The Spitfire Grill as Percy (Savannah Rep), Heathers as Veronica (Villain Theatre), Pippin as Leading Player (NWSA), and Spring Awakening as Ilse (Areastage). She wrote and starred in her own One Person Show Grinchette and voiced the character Salty for the Nickelodeon short A Balanced Breakfast. She also loves cookies. @thedanivazquez

Writer/Director 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 published several novels including three volumes of the Savannah-set Interitas series and has written or produced more than two dozen movies for the Hallmark Channel and other networks including 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



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