The Glass Menagerie

Amanda Wingfield is a faded remnant of Southern gentility who now lives in a dingy St. Louis apartment with her son, Tom, and her daughter, Laura, who has a physical handicap and debilitating shyness. The father has left home; Tom supports his mother and sister with a shoe-factory job he finds unbearable. When Amanda convinces Tom to bring home from his workplace a “gentleman caller” for Laura, the illusions that Tom, Amanda, and Laura have each created in order to make life bearable collapse about them.

Christ Episcopal Church

Address: 426 Mulberry St, Williamsport, PA 17701


Amanda | Lauri Rintelman

Amanda | Lauri Rintelman: Lauri Rintelman is a lecturer of Spanish at Lycoming College and works during the summer for the Phillies teaching English to international baseball players. Lauri also is very involved in her community and church, leading youth and worship. In recent years, Lauri played a role in Godspell and the part of Robin Starveling in Studio 570’s production of a Midsummer: An Immersive Night’s Dream.

Laura | Allison Lax

Laura | Allison Lax: Allison is a junior at Lycoming College, where she majors in Creative Writing. This summer, she used these skills as an intern for the Central PA Food Bank. After a long hiatus, she is happy to be back on stage and making her Studio 570 debut. Previous roles include Ms. Hannigan (Annie) Abby (Arsenic and Old Lace), Stepsister Joy (Cinderella), and Gilmer (Godspell). Allison would like to thank her mom— “I will love you through it.”

Tom | Cameron Edinger

Tom | Cameron Edinger: This is Cameron’s first show with Studio 570 and he is very excited to be a part of the cast. Previously, he played Tim in Noises Off (CTL), Mr. Kraler in The Diary of Anne Frank, Eddie in The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940, Harold Bride in Titanic the Musical, Dr. Armstrong in And Then Were None, and Christopher Wren in The Mousetrap — all at Christ Wesleyan Theatre Productions. He is the Assistant Media Arts Director at Christ Wesleyan Church and enjoys movies, writing, and traveling. Playing Tom in The Glass Menagerie has been a challenge, a pleasure, and an incredible honor, and he looks forward to working with Studio 570 more in the future.

Jim | Billy Martel

Jim | Billy Martel:  Billy could recently be seen in other Studio 570 productions such as The Hundred Dresses as “Man” and in Alice: An Immersive Wonderland as the Mad Hatter. He’s also worked with the director Kahlie DeHotman before in several local productions such as in Noises Off as Lloyd, and in Rumors as Ken. Billy would like to thank his wife, his family, and God for all the support they’ve given him over the years. As the poet says: “Through the darkness of future’s past, The magician longs to see. One chants out between two worlds… ‘Fire… walk with me.'”

Producer and Designer | Jared Whitford

Producer and Designer | Jared Whitford: Jared is Studio 570’s founder and Artistic Director. Mr. Whitford studied design at Point Park and Carnegie Mellon universities. His design experiences include working at theaters such as the historic Pittsburgh Playhouse, the Straz Center, and most Recently PARK Productions. Select design Productions include (Spring Awakening, Shrek, Romeo and Juliet, Midsummer, One Act Festivals, The Diary of Anne Frank, Proof, Steel Magnolia, Cabaret, Hamlet, Seussical).


Director | Kahlie DeHotman

Director | Kahlie DeHotman: Kahlie DeHotman is thrilled to be returning for her fourth Studio 570 show with such a classic piece of American theatre history and such a brilliant cast and crew. Kahlie holds a B.A. in Theatre from Messiah College. Some of her favorite directing credits include Alice. (Studio 570), Noises Off (CTL), and Rumors (CTL). Outside of her work in the Williamsport community theatre scene, Kahlie manages The Boutique at the YWCA and spends her spare time playing video games, watching movies, and enjoying quiet time with her husband of almost one year, Billy.


Stage Manager | Sierra Aichner

Stage Manager | Sierra Aichner: Sierra Aichner is excited to participate in her third Studio 570 production! She has been the stage manager for both “Diary of Anne Frank” and “100 Dresses”. Currently, Sierra teaches 9th and 11th grade English as well as Yearbook at Montgomery Jr./Sr. High School. When she is not reading, coaching cheerleading, or supporting local theater, she can be found traveling! With a happy heart, Sierra would like to thank her teaching staff, friends near and far, her boyfriend Zach, and both her family and Zach’s family for ALWAYS giving their support! “The noblest art is that of making others happy.” -PT Barnum


Associate Stage Manager | Stephanie Hines

Associate Stage Manager | Stephanie Hines: Stephanie Hines is excited to work on her first Studio 570 production. Most recently she was Poppy Norton-Taylor in CTL’s “Noises Off”. Other credits include: Bernice Roth in Christ Wesleyan Theatre Productions’ “Musical Comedy Murders of 1940,” stage manager for “And Then There Were None” and “The Mousetrap.” When not involved in a production, Stephanie enjoys photography, making jewelry, working on her house and relaxing with Flynn, her fur-baby. Next up for Stephanie is CWTP’s “Beauty and the Beast.”