Kathleen has been involved with the Hendersonville Theatre for over 5 years and during that time has seen it navigate many transitions including the Pandemic. Currently she sits on the Board as Treasurer, but has worn many a hat here at the Theatre; including bookkeeper, costumer, set dresser, stage manager, box office, marketing dabbler, concessions, facilities you name it, she has had some kind of involvement. Through the years, she has been able to share her deep rooted passion, talents and love for the Arts and this Community by assisting local Elementary, Middle and High-schools with their Arts and Drama Programs. When she is not at the Theatre Kathleen enjoys time with her wonderful family. She anticipates great success for Hendersonville Theatre and looks forward to a fresh “re-start” in 2022. “Coming together as a group of people from all walks of life to dream, imagine, learn, give, grow, create…….now that’s beauty!” 5
Allison Starling graduated from North Greenville University in 2017 with a degree in theatre design with a focus in costume. Her passions include musical theatre and theatre design. She wants to thank the entire team at Hendersonville Theatre for allowing her to be a part of all the fun.
Jonathan Forrester has been a part of Hendersonville Theatre (formerly known as Hendersonville Community Theatre) since 2009. His involvement began with the production of God’s Favorite in the The Barn located off of State Street in Hendersonville. From there he went on to produce, direct and stage manage numerous shows for the theatre. He has also directed several productions for Brevard Little Theatre. He has served on the board of directors as executive producer for the past 3 seasons. When not onstage or working behind the scenes, Jonathan is a life enrichment director for Trinity View Senior Living Community in Arden.
Victoria Lamberth, Artistic Director
From 2016-2019, Victoria was a regular on the Hendersonville stage as both an actor, director and staff member. Victoria has previously served as the Director of Marketing and Public Relations and Managing Director. Victoria began acting over 40 years ago, and she has appeared in professional and amateur productions in Memphis, Nashville, Los Angeles and Western North Carolina. For the last 20 years, she has directed professionally, recently directing Love, Lost and What I Wore at HT, Grimm’s Fairy Tales at Montford Park Players and The Sparrow and the Whippoorwill at The Magnetic Theatre. Prior to relocating to Hendersonville in 2011, she was employed by Hendersonville (TN) Performing Arts Center. Victoria studied theatre, advertising and public relations at the University of Memphis and Marquette University. Over the course of her career, she has managed staff, marketing and communications for both professional and community theatres. Victoria also provides strategic guidance and produces online, print and marketing and collateral materials for a wide range of clients.
Beth Norris, Associate Artistic Director
Beth Norris is a native of Hendersonville and graduated from North Greenville University in 2015 with a degree in Theatre Performance. She began her theatrical journey with Hendersonville Little Theatre in the barn during 2011’s production of The Music Man. She continued to be involved through the years as the Theatre grew and changed into Hendersonville Community Theatre. She has participated as an actor, sound designer, stage manager, producer, director, and served for a time as the volunteer coordinator while also volunteering at other area theatres in Brevard, Asheville, Greenville and Anderson. Beth is excited to be bringing her 10 years of theatre experience into another new and challenging role as the theatre yet again revamps and revitalizes itself to face a new economy and social scene.