The Cast of
Theo Rosenfeld is a Los Angeles and Bay area based actor who has been in a variety of film, commercial and theater productions. A recent graduate of UC Berkeley, his theater highlight is playing Hamlet there. Theo loves long walks in the park and hanging out with his friends.
Theatre FOR THE WIN!!! Lauren is stoked to be LOLing as Alex in LOL! They have participated in musicals, performance festivals, haunts, and more throughout Southern California for most of their life, and is honored to make their play debut with OC-Centric. Some of their favorite roles include Woman 1 in Edges, Ensemble in Beauty and the Beast, and Ronette in Little Shop of Horrors. They would like to give a huge "Thank You So Much" to their friends, family, and everyone at OC-Centric for bringing such a fun show to everyone’s computer screens. TTYL!!! @lehinrichs
Claire Sparr is a theatrical entrepreneur hailing from sunny San Diego. Recently relocated to Orange County, she intends to continue to grow her theatre company, Post Giraffe, focusing on social and ethical injustice issues. Some of her acting credits include Mary Warren in The Crucible (The Attic), Lord of the Underworld in Eurydice (Grossmont College), and most recently Katherine Wiley in Radium Girls (Santa Ana College). Her first written piece, Placed, debuted in Santa Ana College’s playwrights festival this spring. She’s got a long way to go, but Claire is grateful to be here.
Wade Williamson has been working in the local Orange County theater scene for the past 30 years. A graduate of Cal State Fullerton’s acclaimed School of the Arts Department of Theatre & Dance, he has served as an actor, stage manager, director, technician, designer, producer, and even artistic director. Previous appearances at OC-Centric include The Rothko and Spoken Allowed. Wade serves as a Stage Manager Resident Artist at Chance Theater in Anaheim Hills, and he is a member of the Board of Directors for the Orange County Theatre Guild.
Christian is thrilled to be back at it after so long, last being seen in early 2020 as Jan in The Unexpected Guest at the Long Beach Playhouse. Other favorite roles of his include Brown in The Twentieth-Century Way, Cassio in Othello, and King Philip in The Lion in Winter. Christian thanks his loving friends and family for their endless support. Including you! Enjoy.
Lexie Watkins is currently a junior BFA Acting major at CSUF and is so excited to finally be in a production after a long year of Zoom classes and shows. She was most recently seen in An original radio play over Zoom titled Confessions Of A Star Maker (Bernice) By Luke Yankee, and a Showcase of the original musical Jenny Jenny ( Clarice) directed by Caity Peterson on CSUF’s campus. She would like to thank her family for always supporting her, and everyone who watched the show as well.