The CAB Drivers

Our Team

Ben Bromley: A founding member of CAB Theatre, Ben Bromley currently serves as its board president. He organizes – and croons in – the group’s CABaret performances, helps produce the annual CABin Fever fundraisers, and contributes scripts to CAB’s productions of original works. Ben also performs with Baraboo Theatre Guild and University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County.

Bill Greenhalgh: Currently board vice president. He performs in CAB original productions, participates in the CABImprov group, and heads up the CAB stand-up comedy program. Studied acting at Princeton University under Prof. Daniel Seltzer, performed live radio comedy on Radio Free Oz in Los Angeles, and starred in several high school plays many, many years ago!

Rhonda Siebecker: Serving currently as CAB'S secretary, Rhonda has been involved in community theatre for over 20 years playing such memorable roles such as The Grand Duchess Olga Katrina in You Can't Take It With You, Nurse Susie in W;t, and Girl Stuck In Elevator Who Needs To Pee (the latter a clear case of typecasting). Rhonda organizes and directs CAB's original works projects, including the annual Halloween themed production MaCabre. She sells wireless Internet for Bugtussel Wireless and is a belly-dance instructor and writer in her spare time.

Erica Cochrane: Bringing her stupendous talent for wearing many hats, Erica is officially CAB’s (reluctant) treasurer and unofficially its grant manager and strategic planning facilitator. Erica is most involved in CAB’s youth theatre work as an integral team member to Play in a Weekend, Teens N Theatre, and Showtime Youth Musical Theatre; however, she can often be seen on stage, in the light booth, or otherwise running around trying (pretending?) to be helpful at other CAB events. Erica grew up in the Madison theatre community and majored in drama at the University of California… for a semester, at which point she decided to be a serious conservation biologist and save large charismatic megafauna instead of prance around on stage. About 5 years ago, after a 20-year hiatus, Erica found home again with her theatre peeps in the Baraboo community.

Scott Rawson: A founding member and current Artistic Director of CAB this is the second theater company Scott has begun, the other being R.A.V.E. (Rogues and Vagabonds Entertainment) which was sold. Scott's theatrical background began in Madison at Broom Street Theater. He acted in several plays, wrote and directed a couple more and then went on to co-write yet a few others. He was embraced by the theater community here in Baraboo, and has made that his permanent base. He works for the Veterans Museum out of Madison on numerous occasions, engaging in their autumn school project of Cemetery tours. He has been featured in many independent and commercial films. Scott currently is the Director for both youth workshops; Play in a weekend and Teens n Theater, as well as Showtime Youth Musical Theatre. Scott has written and directed for CAB's nights of original works.

Danny Beard: New board member Danny is fairly new to theatre, having been involved behind the scenes with both CAB and Baraboo Theatre Guild for the past 3 to 4 years. Not an actor, he designs and builds sets for plays, though he’s also been a set-builder-in-wolf’s-clothing in a MaCABre production. He looks forward to helping produce CAB's first House Play.

Kelly Dwyer: An award-winning novelist and educator, Kelly--in part thanks to CAB (thank you, CAB!)--has begun to write plays again after a long hiatus. Her ten-minute play "Losing It" was selected for Theatre@First's Fractured Fairytale Play Festival in Boston, and her monologue "Just Waiting" will be produced by Forward Theater Company's "Someone's Gotta Do It" Monologue Festival. She has written many of the plays for CAB's Play in a Weekend workshops, and few things make her happier than spending time with children--on and off the stage. As a college professor, lifelong theater lover, and CAB Board member, she is passionate about involving our youth in theater--as actors, playwrights, and guffawing audience members.

Carrie Hanson: A new board member, Carrie has helped CAB backstage (mainly applying sheer genius and a lot of hot glue to props) for Original Works productions and CABin Fever, as well as having a few walk-on parts. She's decided to expand her participation level and try organizing a future CAB event. Be on the lookout and clear the sidewalks as she takes the yellow cab for a spin!

Scott Kindschi: A founding member of CAB Theatre, Scott Kindschi is a current Board member and runs CAB's Improv division. He has also written scripts for shows and occasionally performs with CAB and the Baraboo Theatre Guild. He studied acting in high school and college, has participated in over 100 plays and musicals in Wisconsin, and has taught acting lessons to youth and adults in the Baraboo area. By night, he dons a cape and mask and fights crime as The Purple Marauder (trademark pending), providing there aren't any TV shows on that he likes.

Molly Maslin Arbogast: With a virtually useless Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts, Molly still plays in theatre (Cinderella, and Lombardi at the Palace Theater, W;t at University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County), and has a sordid history in television (Judging Amy), film (Idle Hands) and commercials (third pomegranate picker for Pom Juice, starry-eyed young lover in political re-election campaign, political party to remain unnamed). She also recently discovered she won't render anyone deaf with her singing, so can be found doing so on stage, in the car, at work and, much to her cat's chagrin, around the house. A founding member of RAVE Theatre and VIP Productions, Molly now serves as a CAB Theatre board member, where she has also performed, embarrassed her family with Improv, written original works, and heads up the newly launched House Plays.

Barb Bromley: Wife of CAB president Ben Bromley, Barb is CAB’s invaluable membership chair. She got her start as a performer singing with her family's Polish band, and went on to study dance at Milwaukee High School of the Arts. Barb has performed in several CAB productions, and also has been active behind the scenes. Her children - Rachel, Samantha and Frankie -- have inherited her flair for performance. By day, Barb teaches fifth-graders at Al Behrman Elementary School in Baraboo.