Whit is thrilled to be back at The Lyceum this season in 1776 (especially excited to be returning as Ben Franklin), Murder on the Nile, The Fox on the Fairway and The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial. He was last seen during the 2013 Arrow Rock Season in six different shows, the last one being Hank Williams: Lost Highway as Fred “Pap” Rose. Other favorite roles at The Lyceum include J. B. Biggley in How To Succeed…, George Macmillan in Big, The Musical, Osgood Feilding in Sugar, Max in Sound Of Music, Grandpa in Meet Me In St. Louis and Al Lewis in The Sunshine Boys. Those familiar with St. Louis theatre may recognize Whit from productions at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, The Shakespeare Festival, Stages, The Muny, St. Louis Actors’ Theatre, The Black Rep and The Variety Club Theatre. Regionally, he has performed at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Casa Manana in Fort Worth, Kansas City Starlight, Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach, Grand Opera House in Galveston, The Fireside Theatre in Fort Atkinson, Great Plains Theatre Festival, Cleveland Great Lakes Festival Theatre, The Little Theatre on the Square, and The B&B Dinner Theatre in Indianapolis. Whit resides in St. Louis with the love of his life, Millie Garvey and has been a proud member of AEA for over 40 years.