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Calendar Girls at VST!
Reagan will once again hit the stage at Virginia Samford Theatre in the U.S. Premiere of the critically acclaimed Calendar Girls! Reagan is very excited to join this talented cast! For more information about tickets, visit http://www.virginiasamfordtheatre.org!
Reagan as Roz -- Moon Over Buffalo at VST!
"...comedy of errors that showcases some mighty fine comic talent from the area. But Director Michael Flowers doesn't stop with his leads. "Moon Over Buffalo" works really well because of the depth of talent he has assembled, from Reagan Dickey as the Hay's daughter, Rosalind ... this VST production has a funny cast to make it all work."
-Alec Harvey; AL.com
"...Rosalind, played by the darling Reagan Dickey..."
-Marietta Lunceford; BWW Reviews
Murder Me Please!
Reagan keeps busy on the weekends by solving crimes (and possibly committing a few!) with The Murder Mystery Company, Seattle Troupe. For information about Public Shows click HERE! Need a coworker or family member murdered? We can do that! For information on a Private Show, click HERE!
Comedy For A Cause
At 8:30pm on Friday, June 6th at Ballard Underground Theatre, Reagan and her group RUTHLESS will be competing the the Seattle comedy contest, Comedy For A Cause. This year's theme: Agriculture! Should be a spectacular evening filled with lots of laughs and fun had by all! Check out more details HERE!
Doubt at Stone Soup Theatre!
"Supporting roles by Reagan Dickey as the young, idealistic Sister James, whose vulnerability is exploited by Father Flynn, was spot-on."
-Marie Bonfils; Drama in the Hood.
"Worthy of mention are the performances of Reagan Dickey (Sister James) and Eva Abram (Mrs. Muller). Dickey’s portrayal of Sister James was a relief and gave the audience a place to stand in the middle of the Flynn/Aloysius debate. The beauty of her performance was how she allowed herself to be emotionally tossed like a rag doll by the brute force of her superiors."
-Geoff Finney; Copious Love Productions
."..one can be sure that Stone Soup’s show serves some stupendous performances."
-Alyssa Dyksterhouse; Seattle Weekly
"Stone Soup artistic director Maureen Miko stars as Sister Aloysius, the severe school principal who initiates the allegations against Father Flynn. Her intensity clashes with the enthusiasm of Sister James (Reagan Dickey), a young teacher who hasn’t yet learned to be suspicious of the world like her superior."
-Dusty Somers; *Blogcritics
Read more about the production HERE!
Christmas in the Theatre
Reagan will be taking on the task of Stage Manager for Stone Soup's Christmas show this holiday season in Seattle. She is extremely happy to be stepping back in to a backstage role for this production!
Back to the Drawing Board!
Reagan is beginning rehearsals for two projects, the first of which is "The AV Club!" Coming to Eclectic Theater May 31st and June 1st at 10:30pm. Tickets available at Brown Paper Tickets or at the door!
Reagan as Cedar
"Reagan Dickey unleashed a powerful beast that was well hidden inside her brain and could signify each point of emotion that is brought out of the dark when dealing with the death of her sister."
-B. Michael Peterson, New Queer on the Block
"“Cedar and the Redwoods” the first dramatic play by this one-year-old company deals with death . . . the death of a sister, the death of dreams, yet there’s a new life for the lead character, Cedar, well played by Reagan Dickey."
-Nancy Worssam, Arts Stage-Seattle Rage
That's A Wrap!
*UPDATE* Reagan's commercial for JoeTV aired on Seattle local television this week! See if you can catch a glimpse of her on Q13!
This week, Reagan finished filming a commercial for Q13 JoeTV and a short film entitled "Touch"! She has been busy!! Be sure to check back soon for clips from each project!
She is also working as an online spokesperson for iSpeak Video. Watch her preview HERE!
An Interview with "Cedar" -- Reagan Gives Insight to her Character
Cedar & The Redwoods
Reagan was JUST cast in the title role of Cedar for Copious Love Production's new and original work, "Cedar and The Redwoods" coming to the stage in Seattle in March 14th - April 6th! CLICK HERE to read the cast announcement from Copious Love Productions. Tickets are now on SALE NOW, and please help by donating to the Kickstarter Campaign!
Turbo Turkey Sketch Comedy
Reagan was recently cast in Turbo Turkey's Sketch Comedy group based out of Seattle, WA. She will be performing with the group in upcoming events right after the new year for 2013!
On behalf of the entire cabin crew, I'd like to congratulate Reagan on her first performances as Amelia Airhead at The Big Fresno Fair! This is also the last stop on Reagan's fair tour schedule, but she is excited for new adventures in Seattle!
Ahoy there, me hearties! Reagan has been sailing the seas as Captain Merry Mary and is having a great time at the Puyallup Fair starting the Pirate Adventure! She heads out to Pendleton Roundup and then finishes up Puyallup fair before the last push of the season in October!
Step Right Up!
Reagan has now been on the road for a solid two months, conquered four fairs, and has mastered Wild Jill Hiccup and now the Ringmaster from The Let's Pretend Circus. Keep up with her tour life in the "Daily Doses" tab!
Yee-Haw! Howdy Y'all!
Reagan began her performances as Wild Jill Hiccup in Let's Pretend Entertainment's Wild West Show last week at the Calaveras County Fair! She continues to travel and will keep you updated on her life on the road under the "Daily Doses" tab!
The Cutest Shows on Earth
Reagan will be hitting the road in May to go on tour with Let's Pretend Entertainment's Cutest Shows on Earth! She will be touring to fairs, carnivals, and outdoor events in Washington, Oregon, California, Montana, and Texas! Check out Reagan's bio here on The Cutest Show on Earth's website!
The Whole Shebang
Reagan makes her Seattle stage debut in UPAC Theatre Group's production of The Whole Shebang, March 23-25! Be sure to catch this quirky one act! It's sure to make you laugh!
Cum Laude from The University of Alabama
Reagan graduated from The University of Alabama in May of 2011, but due to the devastating tornado of April 2011, she walked at commencement in December 2011. She graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre and Psychology!
Allen Bales Award Recipient
Reagan was honored with the University of Alabama Department of Theatre and Dance's Allen Bales Award. This is a great honor and is given to individuals who posses great determination and dedication to their theatre work while at the University. Reagan received this award along with Will Cotton and Jared Canada.
Will Byington Legacy Award Winner
Reagan was recently nominated for the Will Byington Legacy Award for Outstanding Membership or Outstanding Officer in an organization at The University of Alabama. On April 13th 2011, Reagan was awarded Most Outstanding Officer in a University of Alabama organization and received the Will Byington Legacy Award.
Audience Choice Award Winner
Reagan was voted the Audience Choice winner at the Annual "Hobo Awards" through Theatre Downtown for her role of Berdine in Psycho Beach Party. Reagan has been nominated for all her roles at Theatre Downtown from 2008-2010.
Reagan as Berdine
"Reagan Dickey does a great job as well as Berdine, Chicklet's clumsy, existential best friend and the play's pseudo-narrator."
-Mary Colurso, The Birmingham News
Reagan as Mona (Then)
"...its a mixture of drama and melodrama ...and relies heavily on a stage full of talented actresses to pull it off. Thankfully, at Theatre Downtown, we have the likes of ...Reagan Dickey...holding forth, and they keep things interesting."
-Alec Harvey, The Birmingham News
-Alec Harvey, The Birmingham News
Reagan as Kate
"Other solid turns are delivered by... Reagan Dickey, a peer who befriends Kenny when he returns to school."
- Alec Harvey, The Birmingham News