Erin Lynn Doyle, an alumna of Baker High School, Class of 2011, stars as a college student haunted by her parents’ brutal murder in Mathew Lipke’s new locally made movie, “A Demon in My View,” which premieres at 9 p.m. Thursday, July 11, at the Hollywood Theatre in Mattydale.
continued Baker grad Aaron Stolicker, Lipke said, “is my right-hand man.” Stolicker helped write “Whiskey Hollow,” and in “Demon,” he portrays Officer Hopkins.
Stolicker attends Cornell for engineering, and “Demon” composer Matthew Keim, another member of the Class of ’11, attends Northeastern for music technology.
Doyle boasts years of experience in local live theater. She appeared in Baldwinsville Theatre Guild productions of “Guys and Dolls Jr.” and “Bye Bye Birdie.” At Baker High, she was featured in “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “Titanic.”
After accepting roles in several student films at Rochester Institute of Technolog,y Doyle transferred to Gordon College in Massachusetts, where she majors in theater arts with a minor in film.
Two other “Demon” leads also graduated from Baker in 2011. Alexander Haima plays the male lead, Anthony, and is now attending Southeastern University for church ministry, while Robert McCall plays Jason and is currently majoring in philosophy at Le Moyne College.
Margaret Walsh, who graduated in June from Baker High, appears in “Demon” as Brianna Moriarity. This fall, Walsh plans to attend NYU Shanghai, New York University’s newest portal campus in the People’s Republic of China.
Besides the Baker graduates, “A Demon in M y View” also features several veteran actors who have BTG experience, including Bob Fullenbaum, Jordan Glaski and Rachel Grage.