Bobbie Welch (Bobbie) --Bobbie is a newcomer to the MST stage. She is a retired nurse
and unit secretary. She is widowed with 6 children, 16 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.
She also loves to read and to travel. Bobbie is returning to the stage after a long
hiatus, the last time she was on stage was in high school. Her debut performance
on the PLMST stage was in All I Really Need To Know I learned In Kindergarten.
Elizabeth Westbrook recently moved to Port Lavaca from Kerrville. She and her husband
of 40 years, Carl, have two children and four grandchildren. A nurse by vocation,
Elizabeth has had a summer of playing hooky due to her relocation. She enjoys arts
and crafts, handiwork and sewing. Deadwood Dick is Elizabeth�s debut stage performance
after being handily persuaded by a couple of fellow cast members who attend the church
where Carl (who helped in the ploy), serves as minister. Elizabeth saw fit to return
the favor by helping Carl fall into the role of a miner in this production.
Alex Weed has been involved in a few plays at her church, Little Womenwas her debut
performance with PLMST. She is involved in the Student Council at CHS and is an athletic
trainer. Alex also is active in the Environmental Club and Anchor Club. Her other
PLMST performances include that of “Baby” in Seven Nuns at Las Vegasand as Missy
inWhat the Bellhop Saw.
Doug Wilson enjoys the outdoors and is an avid fisherman and a theatre fan thanks
to some added culture from his wife. What the Bellhop Sawwas his debut performance
on the PLMST stage He is married to fellow PLMST actress Katharine Wilson..
Katharine Wilson is employed by CCISD as the teacher for the visually impaired and
Orientation & Mobility specialist. Katharine is marred to fellow actor Doug Wilson
and is a published poet with hobbies ranging from playing music to enjoying natures
beauty. She has enjoyed live theatre since attending high school in Newberg Or. What
the Bellhop Saw was her debut performance on the PLMST stage.
Michelle Youngblood first appearances on the PLMST stage include The Christmas Express,
and Daddy’s Dyin’.