Archives For Armando

John McLouth

John McClouth, once better known as the Abominable Snowman, is a mysterious bipedal creature said to live in the mountains of Peachtree City. He sometimes leaves tracks in snow, but is also said to dwell below the Old Fourth Ward snow line. Despite dozens of expeditions into the remote mountain regions of Smyrna, East Point, […]

Continue Reading...

Matt Vilichay

Matthew Vilichay’s acting career started very young.  He was either performing in his neighborhood with his siblings or active in his local school plays. He was just as happy being the lead or playing a tree in the background, as long as he was acting.  After high school, Matthew auditioned for a national casting call […]

Continue Reading...

Dr. Frank Lockwood

Frank is proud to be a part of the Village Theatre. When not belting out in song, he regularly provides people with free medical consults. He’ll look at various skin spots to which he usually says, “it’s cancer,” just to see the HILARIOUS responses. His favorite word is the extended affirmation “yesssss.” He also hopes […]

Continue Reading...

Marc Mooney

Marc Mooney was born in Lancaster, Ohio, the hometown of General William Tecumseh Sherman. Mooney now lives in Atlanta, aka Sherman’s Highlight Reel. But enough about that Civil War hero/villain. Here’s a look at Mooney through the years. 4th Grade: Improvises first longform scene not knowing that longform or even improv exists. On the playground of North Elementary School, […]

Continue Reading...

Travis Irions

Sarge started his entertainment career when he played Uncle Henry in Safety Harbor Middle School’s production of The Whiz. After college, he continued amusing people as half of the morning radio show, The Gooz & Digger in Jamestown, NY.  Although the overnight stardom and troves of fans were exhilarating, he knew his heart was with […]

Continue Reading...