“…a beboppin’ doo-woppin’ good time…” “…just the ticket for a summer evening of laughs and sentimental reminiscences.”
- Julie McHale – TimeOut Theater Critic

cropped 4 Guyz teaser.jpg


Stephen cropped.jpg

Stephen W.G. Uselman – First Tenor

Stephen has been performing on stage for the better part of the last decade. Some of Stephen's favorite roles that he has had the privelage of portraying on stage include: Jean Valjean (Les Miserables), Pippin (Pippin), and Doody (Grease). Some of Stephen's most recent accomplishments include winning the second season of Watertown Idol and winning the first season of Jefferson County Idol. When Stephen isn't on stage with the other 3 guyz in "Forever Fifties" he is also the front man for the classic rock and blues band, "One Shot Wally." He really hopes that you enjoy the show as much as he has enjoyed being a part of it.

Peter cropped.jpg


Peter Donalds – Second Tenor

Peter has had an eclectic career in theatre and media as a singer, actor, producer, writer, and director. Favorite roles include: Jesus in Godspell, Matt in The Fantasticks, Charlie Brown in You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, and Eddie in Lost In Yonkers. Peter has also performed with Royal Viking Cruise Lines and in the resident companies of Beach Blanket Babylon in San Francisco and Dudley Riggs Brave New Workshop in Minneapolis. Forever Fifties marks his return to the stage after a four-year stint with Sirius XM Radio as an on-air personality.


Jeff cropped.jpg


J.W. Anderson - Baritone

Of all the 4 Guyz, J.W. Is probably the only one to actually remember the 50's. In fact,he still has his original Mickey Mouse Club membership card. This is his first show at Theater on Main, but he has recently been seen onstage as Fagin in “Oliver”, and Rooster in “Annie” at the Patio Players in Menomonee Falls. He played Horace VanderGelder in “Hello Dolly” this past summer at the Schauer Arts Center in Hartford, and did several shows, including Stephen Sondheim's “Company” at the Lake Country Players in Hartland. J.W. Hopes you'll all “flip your lids and dig this really gone show”.


Jim cropped.jpg

James A. Skiba - Bass

Jim is thrilled to be back at Theatre on Main for yet another show. This time in the show he wrote several years ago. Over the years he has performed with Skylight, Broadway Baby, Waukesha Civic, Boulevard Ensemble, Falls Patio Players, Sunset, Hartford Players, Lake Country Players and others. Favorite roles include Smudge and Francis in FOREVER PLAID, Harold Hill in MUSIC MAN (twice), Bobby in COMPANY, Lt. Joe Cable in SOUTH PACIFIC, Mayer Rothschild in THE ROTHSCHILDS, Charles Dalrymple in BRIGADOON, Prince Orsino in TWELFTH NIGHT, Scarecrow in THE WIZARD OF OZ and Bobby Bonneville in MALT SHOP MEMORIES. Jim loves this type of music and hopes you enjoy this fun romp of our fun-filled 50’s & 60’s doo wop extravaganza.

jason color tux crop.JPG

Jason Meissner - Pianist

A native of Racine WI, Jason is presently in his 11th year of teaching, and 9th year as Vocal Music Director at Wauwatosa West High School and at Whitman Middle School in Wauwatosa WI. He is also currently in his 9th year as Director of Music at Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Oconomowoc WI where he serves as Organist, Pianist, Praise Band Coordinator and Bell choir Director. Mr. Meissner graduated from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse in 2000 where he received a Bachelor’s of Science in Secondary Vocal Music Education.

Mr. Meissner frequently serves as accompanist for All state choirs for the Wisconsin Choral Directors Association, Wisconsin School Music Association and is frequently requested as accompanist across the state of Wisconsin to accompany for soloists, instrumentalists, choral ensembles and musical theatre venues. Mr Meissner's past performing experiences include membership in the Kids From Wisconsin of 1991, WSMA first All State Vocal Jazz ensemble of 1991, and the WSMA mixed honors choir of 1990, as well 6th place SPEBSQSA international barbershop quartet competition of 1994.




Home | Members | Calendar | Songs | Contact