DAVID GOODWIN - After making his San Francisco debut in the long-running AWAT hit, Shopping! The Musical, David went directly into another AWAT hit, Foodies! The Musical, followed by AWAT's Are We Almost There?, The Travel Musical.  David is excited to be included in the cast and crew of the current AWAT production, Megabytes! The High Tech Musical. His credits include performing, directing and producing throughout the Iowa, Missouri and Illinois areas. Some of his most memorable roles were in The Music Man (Harold Hill), Pippin (Leading Player), You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Snoopy), and The Odd Couple ​(Felix). David studied at the studio program at American Conservatory Theater.

 KIM LARSEN - Kim is excited to be working on another Morrie Bobrow show, having already appeared in his productions of Foodies! The Musical, Shopping!  The MusicalAre We Almost There?, With Relish and Gridlock!  Since moving to the Bay Area in the early '90s, he has been on many stages, including Theatre Rhinoceros, 42nd Street Moon, the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, Thrillpeddlers, Exit Theatre and Center Repertory. Favorite roles include Malvolio in Twelfth Night, Mortimer in Arsenic and Old Lace and Madam Gin Sing in Pearls Over Shanghai. He is the owner/publisher of the Gay Pocket! San Francisco guide, a tour guide for Foot! Fun Walking Tours and also serves on the Board of Trustees of Theatre Rhinoceros.

LISA -McHENRY - Lisa's first Bobrow Productions show was Are We Almost There? after recently performing with the Redwood Symphony in The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny and Sweeny Todd. She performs regularly with San Francisco's Thrilllpeddlers Theater Company, appearing in The Jewels of Paris and Club Inferno and as a guest performer in The Untamed Stage. She also appeared as The Fortuneteller in Altarena Playhouse's production of Side Show and now performs most nights in her one bedroom apartment/theatre in her one-woman show, Hey, Neighbors!!!, which has made a strong impression with both critics and local law enforcement. 

DEBORAH RUSSO - Deborah is thrilled to be back with the "Morrie Family" for this show. She has been performing with Morrie Bobrow for ten plus years, beginnning as a swing in Shopping! The Musical and then becoming a member of the permanent cast for the remaining run. She performed the full runs of Foodies! The Musical and Are We Almost There?  She was one of the original four cast members in the critically acclaimed musical revue, New Wrinkles.  She recently finished a stage reading of Escaping Queens, a musical by Joe Ortiz. She has performed and participated in numerous local films, shows and fundraisers and performed her one-woman show at The Plush Room in San Francisco. Deborah has choreographed and co-directed numerous shows and taught Musical Theater and Drama Fun in the North Bay. She is a native San Franciscan who currently resides in The East Bay. Deborah thanks Billie Cox and Gloria Wood for their continued mentoring! You can visit Deborah at

GINA PANDIANI - Gina made her San Francisco debut in Morris Bobrow's Foodies! The Musical.  She has appeared as Widow Corney in Oliver!, Marian in The Music Man, Maria in West Side Story, Maria in The Sound of Music, and Nellie in Summer and Smoke, and she has performed in several other productions.  She is Artistic Director of the Fringe of Marin One-Act Play Festival.  She writes, directs and teaches musical theater and acting.

​​LEN SHAFFER - Len is excited to be working with Morris Bobrow again, having previously appeared in four of Morrie's shows (Gridlock!, Are We Almost There?, Shopping! The Musical and Party of 2). Len has been seen throughout the Bay Area as an actor, singer, piano/keyboard player and songwriter for rock bands and the a capella doo-wop group, The Starry Knights. Favorite roles have included Tony in West Side Story, George in  Same Time, Next Year, Curly in Oklahoma!, Brady in Inherit The Wind, Dad in Cheaper By The Dozen, Vernon in They're Playing Our Song (which Len also produced), Tito in Lend Me A Tenor and Ted in Ideation. Venues where Len has performed include The Mountain Play, The Willows, Playhouse West and Calaveras Repertory Theatre. This December will mark Len's 17th season with the Merrie Olde Christmas Carolers, the nation's largest professional caroling group, and Len is currently in his 19th year with the Contra Costa Clean Water Program, where he performs in elementary schools throughout Contra Costa County as Mr. Funnelhead, the Captain of Clean Water and Used Oil and Filter Recycling.

 BETSY BENNETT SMITH - Betsy has sung for most of her life. As number seven of eight children, she, like all of her siblings, was encouraged to pursue the arts, either by singing or playing piano or acting. At Southwest Texas State University, Betsy sang in several operas and musicals. She played Mrs. Trapes in The Threepenny Opera, was the Narrator for Sweet Betsy From Pike and played Katisha in The Mikado. Betsy has sung with several opera companies in Austin and the Dallas/Fort Worth area in Texas and worked with Golden Gate Opera in California. She was chosen among hundreds of contestants to sing The National Anthem at a San Francisco 49ers game. She was offered her first role last year in the AWAT Productions' Are We Almost There? -The Travel Musical. She is currently a choral leader at St. John's Episcopal Church.

BEN KEIM (Accompanist) - Ben is a pianist/accompanist in San Francisco. He was the accompanist for four other Bobrow productions, Shopping! The Musical, Foodies! The Musical, Are We Almost There?, and New Wrinkles in San Francisco, and he also accompanied Subject To Fits, produced by Kaligula Arts. A Midwestern transplant from Cincinnati, Ben received a bachelor's degree in piano performance from San Francisco State University in 2003 and has been accompanying church services, theater shows, ballet classes, vocal ensembles and singers for over 15 years.

J IM McCUNN (Stage Manager) - Jim has worked as an actor, stage manager and director at many theaters in San Francisco and Minneapolis. Since 2003, he has been the stage manager for Are We Almost There?, Shoppng! The Musical, Party of 2, and Foodies! The Musical​ by Morris Bobrow. He is also on the Board of Directors of Theatre Rhinoceros.