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Safe At Home Program 

Thank you to all our sponsors, volunteers and Supporters!
We couldn't do it without you! 

Meet The Cast

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Judah Dwight 

Sid (Also plays Singer # 3, & Black Ball Player)


As an Ordained Pastor, Judah has served the Sacramento Region in full time ministry for the last 10+ years. Currently, he serves as the Young Adults, Online Campus and one of the Teaching Pastors at Bridgeway Christian Church in Roseville, CA. Judah's faith journey has fueled a passion for diversity, equity, and inclusion and brought him to the Equity & Wellness Institute as a Community Engagement Consultant  & Training Specialist In his free time, Judah enjoys performing in theatre  shows like The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Quasimodo), Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey II), In The Heights (Benny), and The Little Mermaid (Sebastian). He also enjoys hiking, traveling (30+ different countries), and spending time with his Boxer-Mastiff Pup. Judah extends his gratitude to Alison, Brayden and the entire cast and crew for allowing him to do what he loves!

Meet The Creative Team 

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Alison Gilbreath - Director 

Alison gained her BA Honors in theatre practice from Guildford School of Acting. She worked for 25 years in London as a Professional Equity Actress and co-founded a UK based theatre company that focused on reading literature. She has performed and produced at the Edinburgh, Amsterdam , New York and Moscow Theatre Festivals. Her recent directing credits include Emilia for Women's Theatre Collective where she won Broadway Word Sacramento's Best Director Award. 

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Lisa Dillon - Choreographer 

Lisa Dillon is a Director/Choreographer in the Sacramento Area with a background in dance. Recent credit includes Little Mermaid Jr, Xanadu and Mama Mia at Sacramento Theatre Company and Emilia for Valkyrie Theatre and the Women’s Theatre Collective.

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Brayden Plumb - Musical Director

Brayden is a passionate and dedicated vocal director with a diverse background in Musical Theatre. Currently pursuing an A.A. in Theatre Arts at American River College in Sacramento, he has developed a strong foundation in the various aspects of theatrical production, including but not limited to sound design, stagecraft, vocal directing, directing, and acting. He has 6 years of experience in Musical Theatre acting, portraying a wide range of roles. He understands the importance of storytelling through song from his years of acting on the stage, and how to act through your singing. Along with four years of choral experience, one of which working in a small Madrigal style choir, he understands the importance of harmony, and how to hold your part and sing strongly and cohesively in an ensemble group.


Amber Mason  - Stage Manager

Amber has been stage managing for the local theatre community since 2019 and is grateful to be part of such a heartfelt show. Credits include: Little Shop of Horrors (ARC), Evil Dead: The Musical ‘21, ‘22, ‘23 (SST) and Something Rotten (RCT). In her spare time she enjoys tinkering on new projects and working as an Event Technician for ShowBiz Event Lighting. Amber would like to thank this spectacular cast and crew, and a special shout out to her parents for always supporting her!

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Ryver Reid - Assistant Stage Manager

Dallen Eubanks - Lights and Sound 

Ryver is so excited to be assistant stage manager for Safe at Home! She has been performing for over 3 years, with her favorite role being the Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz. She dreams of continuing to act and hopes her acting journey will one day take her to Broadway. A shout-out to the wonderful cast and crew! She has loved working with you guys. Now on with the show!

Karma Matthews - Costumer 

Karma is very grateful for the experience of working on “Safe at Home: The Jackie Robinson Story”. She is currently a student at American River College pursuing a degree in technical theater with a focus on costuming. The past few summers she has worked at Music Circus in the costume and wardrobe departments. She can also occasionally be seen on stage, most recently playing Fräulein Kost in “Cabaret” at Sutter Street Theater.

Dallen is a junior at Bella Vista High School. He is working as the sound and lights technician for this production. Dallen loves theater and performing and hopes you enjoy the show!

Special Thank you to:

Shayne and Marc Reid

Julie Tucker

Heather Anderson

Krista Magennis


Anthony D'Juan  - Writer

Anthony D'Juan is a Sacramento, California playwright/director who has been active since 1996. He served as assistant & protégé to Ed Claudio from 1997-2005. Playwriting credits include THEORY OF THE DREAM, SAFE AT HOME: THE JACKIE ROBINSON STORY, KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE, MEN IN RIFFS, 3: BLACK GIRL BLUES (with Danielle Mone’ Truitt), THIS IS HOW IT HAPPENED, THE PURVEYORS, US & THE REST OF ‘EM, BIRDMOCKING and ANY’PERSON. Directing credits include SUBURBIA, OTHELLO, FIVE WOMEN WEARING THE SAME DRESS, A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (THE MUSICAL), ENDGAME (Best Drama, 2004), BASH, OUR TOWN, THE SEAGULL, THE DUMB WAITER, A TIGER WITHOUT MERCY (world premier), BOOTYCANDY & SKELTON CREW (both at Big Idea Theater), THE MOUNTAINTOP, PASS OVER & THE ROYALE (all three at Capital Stage), TOPDOG/UNDERDOG & DIRECT FROM DEATH ROW: THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS (both at Celebration Arts Theater) and 3: BLACK GIRL BLUES (the Sophia, Home of B Street Theater).

Valkyrie Classes                        Summer Workshop  

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Open for bookings in April

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March 15th  - March 30th 

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