Catherine D. DuBord
as Zelda Fitzgerald
Catherine DuBord is a classically trained actress holding a BFA in Theatre from Southern Methodist University, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. Upon graduation, Catherine hit the ground running and hasn’t slowed down. Her wide range of talents makes it hard to put her in any one box. No stranger to the stage, Catherine has worked extensively in 50+ productions in a wide array of challenging roles at virtually every major theater in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, earning her numerous acting awards and nominations. Some of her favorite highlights include: Noises Off, The Farnsworth Invention, Susan and God, and Popcorn (Theatre Three), Steel Magnolias, Catholic School Girls, Five Women Wearing the Same Dress, LuAnn Hampton Laverty Oberlander and Sylvia (Contemporary Theatre of Dallas), In the Next Room, or the vibrator play and Pillowman (Kitchen Dog), Romance in D and Finishing School (One Thirty Productions), Don't Dress for Dinner and Holmes and Watson (Stage West) Matt and Ben (Echo), Some Girl(s) (Second Thought) and This Random World (Circle Theatre). She is a proud member of Actors' Equity and is represented by The Mary Collins Agency in Dallas.
Claire Boschert (Stage Manager) (she/her) is a Dallas-based stage manager and theater maker. Some of her recent credits include stage managing Natural Shocks (Echo Theatre), I Love You… (Theatre Three), Women of Troy (Cry Havoc), and The Laramie Project (Rice Players). She is the Operations Manager at The Firehouse Theatre and enjoys spending her evenings baking bread, playing guitar, and making theater with cool people. Claire is grateful for her best friend, Karina, her parents, and everyone who encouraged her to pursue making art. @CBoschery
Lydia Mackay is proud to call Dallas/Fort Worth her home, personally and artistically. She holds a BFA in Theatre from Texas Wesleyan University and an MFA in Acting from Southern Methodist University. In addition to being a stage and voice actor, Lydia is an Assistant Professor of Performance at Texas Christian University. She’s received the Live Theatre League’s Theatre Arts Educator of the Year Award and was a Teaching Artist for the inaugural year of the Tony Award winning Dallas Theater Center’s ‘Public Works Dallas’ initiative. As an active member of the DFW Arts community, Lydia has served on the season selection committee for the AT&T Performing Arts Center’s ‘Elevator Series’ and served as a committee member for the DFW #NotInOurHouse movement. When she’s not teaching or performing, you’ll find her producing, directing, coaching, choreographing combat, or meditating. She’s a Registered Yoga Teacher, a proud member of the SAFD, AEA, and ATME, and is represented by The Mary Collins Agency.