by Bernard Slade

January 17 – February 15, 2015
Fridays & Saturdays at 8 PM, Sundays at 2 PM

From the author of “Same Time Next Year.” Everyone loves Scottie but the most important person in his life. A play about family and love and forgiveness that will stay with you long after the curtain falls.

“Very funny and at the same time a touching work.” – WABC TV


Laura Bohlin (Sally Haines) was last seen at SRT in Postmortem and is thrilled to play with this brilliant cast. Her local credits include Plays by Young Writers (Playwrights Project, Old Globe), Mistletoe, Music and Mayhem (Ocean Beach Playhouse), Persuasion (OnStage Playhouse), The San Diego Fringe Festival, and site-specific theatre with New Play Café. Laura is an experienced improviser who performs with a murder-mystery dinner theatre troupe. She appears frequently in independent films, commercials and print advertisements. She would like to pay tribute to her fiancé, family, friends, Fran and fabulous theatre patrons like yourself.

Morgan Carberry (Hilary) is delighted to be making her SRT debut in Tribute. She recently relocated to her native San Diego after spending the past ten years in the United Kingdom as a professional actor, singer and musical director. Morgan has already appeared locally in the Festival of Christmas: Northern Lights (Lamb’s Players), The Musical of Musicals (Oceanside Theatre Company) and The Picture of Dorian Gray (New Fortune). She also has many UK and film credits, and holds masters degrees from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Queen Margaret University and Drama Centre London.

Fred Harlow (Lou Daniels) was last seen in Absurd Person Singular, and is always happy to be part of Scripps Ranch Theatre. Previous SRT productions include Sylvia, Brooklyn Boy and An Inspector Calls. Around town he has appeared at Diversionary, Moxie, Starlight, ion, The Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse and many others. Favorite local roles are Valere in La Bête for the Fritz Theatre, Roy in The Best Mistake, a statewide tour produced by Playwrights Project, and half the citizens in A Tuna Christmas produced at Compass Theatre.

Robert May (Scottie Templeton) is very pleased to be involved in this show with such talented artists. He holds an MFA in Acting from the University of Arizona and has appeared on stages around the country. He is also an accomplished director, as well as sound designer and dramaturg. Robert is the founder and artistic director of SRT’s new-play-development program Out on a Limb – New Plays from America’s Finest City. Love and thanks to the Paule-May family for their support.

Jake Rosko (Jud Templeton) is very excited to make his return to SRT’s stage, having previously appeared here in Perfect Wedding and An Inspector Calls. In addition, he has worked for multiple local theatre companies in productions of Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, In the Heat of the Night, The Mousetrap, The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity, Henry V, and played the title character in Hamlet. Jake would like to thank his family and friends for their support and the brilliant cast and crew for their tireless efforts, creativity and inspiration.

Julie Sachs (Maggie Stratton) is thrilled to be back on stage at SRT! She was last seen at SRT in a feminine ending. Other SRT credits are California Suite, I’m Not Rappaport, and Murder in Green Meadows. Other local credits include: Poster Boys (Diversionary/MOXIE Co-Production); Eleemosynary (MOXIE); Mud (ion Theatre); Two Rooms (Stone Soup Theatre); and The Guys (Black Rabbit Theatre). Julie is grateful for the opportunity to work with the incredibly talented and inspiring Fran Gercke and such a fabulous cast. Unwavering love and gratitude to her wonderful husband, Jonathan, and amazing daughter, Payton.

Sherryl Wynne (Dr. Gladys Petrelli) has previously been seen at SRT in Holiday Spirits and Social Security. Other credits include Barefoot in the Park, Steel Magnolias, Picnic and The Diary of Anne Frank. Sherryl is a native San Diegan and a long-time believer in the excitement that comes from performing in front of live audiences where ‘anything can happen and often does’. She credits her love of performing to her mother, her brother and fellow actor, David, and beloved high school drama teacher, Barry Bosworth. She thanks her family, especially Andy and Sarah – they know why.