Not a member yet? Register now and get started.

lock and key

Sign in to your account.

Account Login

Forgot your password?

Meet the cast of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas!

Meet the cast of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas!

Meet the cast of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas!

Ariel Bowling (Ginger/Doatsey Mae) of age 23 and resident of Orange started performing at OCP at the age of 12. She has been in several productions at this theatre such as Oliver, Meet me in St. Louis, Man of La Mancha, Once Upon a Mattress, Anatomy of Gray, Urinetown, and in 2010 she landed a lead role as Shelley in Bat Boy. She then graduated high school in 2012 and since has become a wife and mother of 2. She returned to the stage off and on and is now proud to be a part of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas!
 — with Ariel Bowling.



Chassadi Decker: (Dawn, Imogene Charlene, Girl #1)- Chassadi is excited for her Orange Community Players debut in The Best Little Whore House in Texas. She is currently a History and Marketing double major at McNeese State University. She is a member of the University’s theatre department. Her previous works include, “Lizard”, “Twelve Angry Women”, and a short adaption of “Legally Blonde: The Musical”. She was a High School participant in U.I.L One Act Play, and received an All Star medal for her work as the protagonist in “Twelve Angry Women”. She has 16 years of dance and choreography experience and was the Captain of the Bridge City High School Strutters, where she also has many awards and accolades. She has attended broadway dance classes at the Alvin Ailey School of Dance/Theatre in New York, New York where she learned from the choreographers of “Hair Spray”. While in New York, she also took a master class with Beyonce’s music video choreographer for her single “Love on Top.” She is currently the assistant manager and makeup artist at Merle Norman Orange. Chassadi owns and operates Sugar and Spice Spray Tans. She is honored to take part in telling the story of “The Best Little Whore House in Texas”, her first OCP production.

 — with Chassadi Decker.


Taylor Kay VanDevender (Angel) is a native of Vidor now living in Beaumont. She received her bachelor’s degree in accounting from McNeese State University in 2015. Taylor has worked with many theater groups in the area, holding such roles as Janet Weiss in “The Rocky Horror Show” by the Port Arthur Little Theatre, Phillipa in “Year of the Rooster” by Ad Hoc Beaumont, and “Evil Tina” in She Kills Monsters with Beaumont Community Players. She enjoys volunteering and currently serves as the Secretary and Volunteer Coordinator of the Boomtown Film & Music Festival. “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” is on Taylor’s “bucket list” of shows to work in, and she is thrilled to be part of this talented cast in her first performance with OCP.






Natasha Daily “Beatrice”
Natasha earned a Bachelor’s degree in French and a Master’s degree in English from the University from Houston. This is her debut performance at OCP, but she has been on stage since the age of 4. Natasha has performed, assisted with and directed, and choreographed for various theater and dance companies in the area. Some of her favorite credits include: Lucy in “Dracula,” Perkins in “Annie,” “My Fair Lady,” “The King and I,” “Mary Poppins,” and “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.” She is excited to be a part of this historical retelling of the legendary Chicken Ranch.


Patricia Pierce (Durla, Governor’s Aide) is thrilled to be performing in her first production. Originally from New Mexico, she moved to the Golden Triangle in 1977 after serving in the US Air Force. She earned her BS in Special Education, her M.Ed in Counseling & Development, and an additional certification in Educational Diagnostician. She taught for 21 years & was a diagnostician for 5 years at LCMCISD. She is currently retired and self-employed with 2 businesses. She is very excited to be performing with her son, Dexter Broussard, and the rest of the cast telling the story of “The Chicken Ranch”.
 — with Tricia Pierce.

Leave a Reply