Elise Arsenault* (Angel City 4/Ensemble) returns to the Lyric Stage having previously appeared in Into the Woods and the Elliott Norton award-winning ensemble of Avenue Q. Recent area credits include Diary of Anne Frank, King & I (Ocean State Theatre), Beat Generation (Merrimack Rep), Miracle on 34th Street (Stoneham Theatre), Taming of the Shrew (Colonial Theater), and Footloose (Ivoryton Playhouse). Elise has performed, directed, and facilitated workshops throughout the country with numerous organizations, including the Smithsonian Institute and Washington National Opera. As a voiceover artist, she can be heard on commercials and narrating audiobooks. Graduate of George Mason University and the British American Drama Academy. elisearsenault.com
Leigh Barrett* (Oolie/Donna) was seen at the Lyric Stage in Grey Gardens, Souvenir, Nicholas Nickelby, Big River, Animal Crackers, Follies, A Little Night Music, Mikado, Nuncrackers, and Sunday in the Park with George. Recently, Leigh directed and starred in Closer Than Ever (New Repertory Theatre), Ragtime, Threepenny Opera (New Rep), Passion (Fosca), Great American Trailer Park Musical, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, The Drowsy Chaperone, Elegies, A Class Act, Adding Machine (SpeakEasy Stage), Marry Me A Little , Jacques Brel (Gloucester Stage), Alice, Sound of Music (Wheelock Family Theater), Company (Moonbox Productions), Gypsy, Picnic, John & Jen, You Never Know Pal Joey (Stoneham Theatre), and the long running Car Talk, the Musical! (Central Square Theater). She is the proud recipient of two Elliot Norton Awards and two IRNE Awards. She is an independent vocal/acting coach and vocal wellness consultant in Reading. Love to HB and my boys Nick & Matt!
Tony Castellanos (Lieutenant Muñoz/Pancho Vargas) is making his Lyric Stage debut. Credits include In the Heights (SpeakEasy Stage), The Drowsy Chaperone (Theatre by the Sea), Man of La Mancha (Seacoast Rep), Jesus Christ Superstar (National Tour), The Mapmakers Opera (NYMF 14'), and Zapata! (NYMF 13'). Originally from Phoenix, AZ, Tony now resides in Astoria, NY. Tony studied Musical Theatre at the University of Arizona. Thank you to the Lyric Stage for a chance to perform in one of his favorite shows.
Jennifer Ellis* (Gabby/Bobbi) returns to the Lyric Stage having previously appeared in 1776 and Urinetown. She was most recently seen in the regional premiere of Far from Heaven (SpeakEasy Stage). She has worked with Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, New Rep, Central Square Theater, Metro Stage, Boston Lyric Opera, Peterborough Players, Stoneham Theatre and can often be found in the long-running Shear Madness at the Charles Playhouse. She received an IRNE award for her portrayal of “Rosabella” in The Most Happy Fella (Gloucester Stage Company). Jen works frequently as a corporate spokesperson and voiceover artist. She studied at Bridgewater State University and Circle in the Square Theatre School. Thanks to MJ and love, as always, to Ben. JenEllis.net
Ed Hoopman* (Stone) has been seen previously at the Lyric Stage as in Dear Elizabeth, Animal Crackers, and The Importance of Being Earnest. NYC: Ed is an ensemble member of Hedgepig Ensemble Theatre having performed in Interior: Panic (NY Fringe Festival) and World's Fastest Hamlet; Jester’s Dead (The Outfit), and Foreign Wars (Random Access Theater). REGIONAL: A Civil War Christmas (Huntington Theatre Company), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Taming of the Shrew (Commonwealth Shakespeare), Mister Roberts, Indulgences (New Rep), Macbeth, the title role in Hamlet (New Rep on Tour), Assassins, After Ashley and A Clockwork Orange (Company One), and Shear Madness (Charles Playhouse). TV: See Kate Run (ABC), Aftershock (History Channel). Mr. Hoopman is also an accomplished voiceover actor whose work can be heard both locally and nationally. edhoopman.com
Sarah Kornfeld (Angel City 4/Ensemble) returns to the Lyric Stage after making her debut in Sweeney Todd this past fall. She recently sang in the world premiere of Dominick DiOrio’s The Little Blue One (Juventas New Music Ensemble). Other recent credits include Carmen (MetroWest Opera), The Long Christmas Dinner (Opera Hub), Orpheus in the Underworld (Boston Opera Collaborative), La Bohème (Boston Opera Collaborative), Cendrillon (MetroWest Opera), and Der Zwerg (Opera Hub). She has made appearances with Odyssey Opera, Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Monadnock Music, Opera Boston, The Tanglewood Festival Chorus, and Fort Point Theater Channel. Sarah maintains an active voice and piano studio for enthusiastic music students of all ages and experience levels. singwithsarah.com and sarahkornfeld.com
Meghan LaFlam (Mallory Kingsley/Avril Raines) is returning to the Lyric Stage after making her debut in Sweeney Todd. Her recent credits include Spring Awakening (Gloucester Stage Company), The Weaver of Raveloe (A.R.T.’s Oberon), Company (Boston Conservatory). Meghan will be graduating from The Boston Conservatory in May with a B.F.A. in Musical Theater. She would like to thank her friends and family for their support.
Michael Levesque (Commissioner Gaines/Luther/Tailor) is making his Lyric Stage debut. Previous local credits include Next to Normal, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, and Far From Heaven (SpeakEasy Stage), Rooms: A Rock Romance (Bad Habit Productions), Legally Blonde (Marblehead Little Theater), and Shape of Things (Northeastern University). Michael also recently appeared in the world premieres of Jack the Ripper: A Whitechapel Musical (FUDGE Theater Company) and Creative License: A New Musical. Michael is a proud Northeastern University College of Engineering alum and would like to thank his family and friends for their support and graciousness. SHMILY.
Margarita Martinez (Sonny/Margie/Studio Guard) returns to The Lyric Stage after appearing in Death of a Salesman last season. New England: Blue Window (Brown Box Theatre Project); 27 Tips for Banishing the Blues, Talk to at Me (Sleeping Weazel); The Libertine (Bridge Rep/Playhouse Creatures); The King and I (Ocean State Theatre Company); Time of My Life (Zeitgeist Stage Company). Off-Broadway: The Miser ( Jean Cocteau Repertory). New York: As You Like It (Giant Squid Productions); Fefu and her Friends (Culture Project: 45 Below); A Man’s A Man (Giant Squid Productions/International FringeNYC); Makeshift (HERE Arts Center). TV: New England Emmy-nominated Host of the Emmy Award-winning series Neighborhood Kitchens (PBS WGBH).
Margarita also creates original theatre and music compositions, such as her solo music theatre show, Well Behaved Women. She has performed her own work at such venues as The Roots in Providence, Patravadi Theater in Bangkok, and Pete’s Candy Store and Galapagos Art Space in Brooklyn. BFA: NYU. margaritamartinez.com
Brandon Milardo (Angel City 4/Yamato) previously appeared at the Lyric Stage in The Mikado. Additional recent credits include The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Bartered Bride (Boston Midsummer Opera), Once On This Island , A Bayou Legend (Mssng Lnks), Dead Man Walking, La Bohème (Boston Opera Collaborative). He received a B.M. from the University of Massachusetts, and an M.M. from the Longy School of Music of Bard College.
Davron S. Monroe* (Jimmy Powers) is returning to the Lyric Stage after having appeared in Sweeney Todd, One Man, Two Guvnors, The Mikado, Avenue Q, and Ain’t Misbehavin’. Musical theatre credits include: Godspell (Moonbox Productions), Hairspray (Reagle Music Theatre), Dreamgirls, Jesus Christ Superstar, Children of Eden, Songs for a New World (premiere, Key West Symphony, Broadway Across America), Smokey Joe’s Café, Cinderella, Streakin’!, a ’70s musical revue, Sweet Charity, Brigadoon, and Show Boat. Cabaret: The All Night Strut. Opera: fully staged or concert/scene productions of Carmen, Treemonisha, Porgy and Bess, La finta giardiniera, Rigoletto, Lucia di Lammermoor, La fille du régiment, L’élisir d’amore, Così fan tutte, Die Fledermaus, The Tailor of Gloucester, The Gondoliers, Aida, and Die Zauberflöte. Mr. Monroe premiered the role of Thomas Edison in Juventas’s New Music Group production of Light and Power. He has also appeared with many orchestral and vocal organizations such as Boston Landmarks Orchestra (Lost in the Stars – a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the “I Have a Dream” speech, and The Chariot Jubilee), the First Church UU, Belmont, the Brevard Music Center (finalist, Orlando Opera’s Heinz Rehfuss Singing Actor Awards), Disney Entertainment’s Voices of Liberty, Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, Key West Symphony (young artist), Houston Ebony Opera Guild, The New England Spiritual Ensemble, New England Voices, the Longy School Orchestra,
Samantha Richert* (Alaura Kingsley/Carla Haywood) returns to the Lyric Stage after appearing in last season's production of Becky's New Car. Boston area credits include Jesus Christ It's Christmas and the New York and Provincetown run of Snow White and the Seven Bottoms (Gold Dust Orphans), Ryan Landry's "M" (Huntington Theatre Company), The How and the Why (Nora Theatre Company), Much Ado About Nothing (Fiasco Productions) and Moonchildren, A Christmas Carol, Babes in Arms and Candide (Berkshire Theatre Group). Samantha received her B.A. from California State University of Long Beach and her M.F.A. in Acting from Brandeis University. She currently teaches at Northeastern University, Roger Williams University and is a fight choreographer and combat teacher in and around Boston.
Damon Singletary (Big Six/Studio Guard/Dr. Mandril) is making his Lyric Stage debut. His recent credits include A Soldier’s Play (Roxbury Repertory Theater, IRNE Award for Best Ensemble), Neighbourhood Watch (Zeitgeist Stage), Wonder of the World (Titanic Theater Company), Othello (Roxbury Repertory Theater), Thinking of You (Boston Actors Theater), Angels in America, Part I: Millennium Approaches and Angels in America, Part II: Perestroika (The Umbrella), Macbeth (Theater906), Twelfth Night (Theatre@First), and The Tempest (Footlight Club). Damon is a member of StageSource, and he lives in Cambridge with his wife Laurie (who is also an actor) and their teenage son Sterling.
Phil Tayler* (Stine) appeared at the Lyric Stage earlier this season in Sweeney Todd. Other Lyric Stage credits include: Working, Stones in His Pockets, On the Town, Avenue Q (Elliot Norton, Best Ensemble, W.I.S.E. Award),Big River, Kiss Me, Kate, and Follies. Regional: Carrie, the Musical (SpeakEasy Stage), Spring Awakening (Gloucester Stage), Big River (Arvada Center), Hair (New London Barn Playhouse). Boston-area (select): the title role in Floyd Collins, Of Mice and Men, Musical…Musicals! (Moonbox Productions), Marry Me A Little (New Repertory Theatre); Les Misérables (Reagle Music Theatre); other Boston-area companies Phil has worked with include Whistler in the Dark, Huntington Theatre Company, Swiss Stage, German Stage, Stoneham Theatre, Wheelock Family Theatre, Marblehead Little Theatre, Salem Theatre Company, Fiddlehead Theatre Company, Turtle Lane Playhouse, and Orfeo Group. Directing credits: Killer Joe, Dirty Story (The Boston Conservatory). TV: High School Stories (MTV 2). Phil can also be seen in Douglas Farwell Productions commercial One Liner for Hooker Beer, a micro-brewery based in CT. When not on stage, Phil can be found working as a product developer at EyeNetra, a disruptive start-up that is mobilizing access to vision tests utilizing smart-phone technology. philtayler.com
Andrew Tung (Angel City 4/Pasco) is making his Lyric Stage debut. Credits include Real Realism (Sleeping Weazel); Wild Swans (A.R.T.); Three Sisters (Williamstown Theater festival); Anything to Declare?, The Madwoman of Chaillot, Big Love, Art, Box-Mao-Box, and Peter Pan (Tufts University). He also appeared in the short film Love Hurts. He holds a B.A. in Drama from Tufts University. He'd like to thank his family and friends for their support, and dedicates this performance to his late grandfather.
J.T. Turner* (Buddy Fidler/Irwin S. Irving) returns to the Lyric Stage having appeared in On The Town, Kiss Me Kate, Man of La Mancha, Big River, and 1776. Locally he has appeared in A Christmas Carol, All Shook Up, (North Shore Music Theater), The Drowsy Chaperone, Floyd Collins, Chess, Triumph of Love, (Speakeasy Stage Co.), Something's Afoot (Stoneham Theater), and Johnny Baseball, (A.R.T.). Feature films include The Crucible, Meet Joe Black, The Judge, American Hustle, and The Fighter. For TV, he appeared in The Brotherhood, Clear History, and Body of Proof. He records audio works with The Colonial Radio Theater, and has been heard on XM Radio in The Father Brown Mysteries. J.T. tours with several one man shows, including Robert Frost: Light and Dark, Shakespeare's Ghost, and An Evening with C.S. Lewis. He is the founder of moonlight productions, a theater group dedicated to using theater as outreach to kids and teens, and The Actors Company, a training and performance company. He is also a professional Ringmaster and has worked with Granite State Circus, Circuscape, and Diamond Family Circus. Proud member of SAG/AFTRA, and Actor's Equity. jtturner.org.
Patrick Varner (Peter Kingsley/Mahoney) is making his Lyric Stage debut. Recent Credits: Human Comedy (Boston University), Assassins (New Rep), Translations (Bad Habit Productions), Brundibar, But the Giraffe! (Underground Railway), Where We Belong (ArtsEmerson Workshop). Other Credits: Shining City, Buried Child, Camille (Boston University), Hamlet, Richard II (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts). Patrick received his B.F.A. in Acting from Boston University in 2013, and has also studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, and CAP 21 in New York. All the love in the world to family and S.
Spiro Veloudos (Director/Producing Artistic Director), now in his 17th season as Producing Artistic Director of the Lyric Stage, directed Sweeney Todd this season, and directed last season’s Into the Woods, One Man, Two Guvnors, and Death of a Salesman. In previous seasons he directed The Mikado, 33 Variations, On the Town, Avenue Q (Elliot Norton Awards for Outstanding Musical and Outstanding Ensemble, five IRNE Awards including Best Musical and Best Director), The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (Elliot Norton Award for Best Production and Best Director, five IRNE Awards including Best Director), Big River, Superior Donuts, Animal Crackers, Blithe Spirit, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, and Kiss Me, Kate. Spiro received the Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award from Salem State College. He was the recipient of the 2006 Elliot Norton Prize for Sustained Excellence. During his tenure, The Lyric Stage has earned numerous awards and honors including Elliot Norton Awards for Outstanding Production (Nicholas Nickleby, Speech & Debate, Miss Witherspoon, The Old Settler), and Outstanding Musical Production (Sunday in the Park with George); Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE) Awards for Outstanding Production (Nicholas Nickleby, The Old Settler, Glengarry Glen Ross), and Outstanding Musical Production (Grey Gardens, Urinetown: The Musical, A Little Night Music, Sunday in the Park with George). His numerous directing credits at The Lyric include A Little Night Music (IRNE Award for Direction), Glengarry Glen Ross (IRNE Award), Sunday in the Park with George (Best of the Year in Boston’s Globe, Herald, and Phoenix); Elliot Norton and IRNE Award for direction), Assassins (Best Production of 1998: The Boston Globe), Lost in Yonkers, Never the Sinner: The Leopold and Loeb Story (Elliot Norton Award, along with Assassins), and Speed-the-Plow (Elliot Norton for Outstanding Production). Mr. Veloudos received StageSource’s Theatre Hero Award (2003) and was named Best Artistic Director by Boston Magazine in 1999. He serves as the president for the Producers’ Association of New England Area Theatres, and is adjunct faculty in Performing Arts at Emerson College.
Catherine Stornetta (Music Director) returns to the Lyric Stage having previously been Music Director for Into the Woods, One Man, Two Guvnors, Animal Crackers, Ain’t Misbehavin’, and Avenue Q. She also performed as onstage pianist in 33 Variations. She has been a music director for Forbidden Broadway, Forbidden Hollywood, and Forbidden Christmas for many years and has performed in Boston, New York, Japan, Singapore, Australia, all but four states, and on cruise ships circumnavigating the globe. (In 2014, she was in 11 different states and 12 countries.) She has also orchestrated and conducted the orchestral version with the Detroit, Hartford, Winnipeg, North Carolina, Rochester, Syracuse, and Adelaide (Australia) Symphonies. She was the musical director for the three-year run of Menopause, The Musical in Boston. She composed the score for the Cable ACE-award winning documentary Christa McAuliffe, Teacher in Space, produced for the Arts and Entertainment Network "Biography" series, and she has written and had produced Intriguing People for People magazine, 12 Angry Reindeer, and The All-of-a- Kind Family (written with Melia Bensussen) and several versions of her show with the Unione Parke Singers, Reindeer Games. She has worked extensively as a composer, musical director, arranger and teacher in Boston. In her salad days, she was a student of Darius Milhaud and Claude Frank, and, on occasion, a piano soloist with the Boston Pops.
Rachel Bertone (Choreography and Musical Staging) returns to the Lyric Stage having previously choreographed Animal Crackers and Big River. Her most recent directing/choreographing credits include The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!) (Moonbox Productions) and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Turtle Lane Playhouse). Regional credits (choreography): South Pacific, Les Misérables, My Fair Lady (Reagle Music Theatre), Company, A New Brain, Floyd Collins, Lucky Stiff (Moonbox Productions), West Side Story (Turtle Lane Playhouse), A Little Night Music (Metro Stage), Seussical (Boston Children’s Theatre). Over the last few years, she has also had the great honor of assistant directing/choreographing for Broadway veterans such as David Hugo (Les Misérables, South Pacific), Kirby Ward (Fiddler on the Roof) and Larry Sousa (Bye, Bye, Birdie) at Reagle Music Theatre. Holding a B.F.A. in Dance from The Boston Conservatory, she has performed with many theaters and companies such as the Lyric Stage, Reagle Music Theatre, Fiddlehead Theatre, Liars & Believers, Boston Ballet, and Prometheus Dance. She serves as the Associate Director of Youth Programs at Reagle and is on faculty at The Boston Conservatory, Boston Ballet, Jeannette Neill Dance Studio, and Artbarn Community Theatre. Up next, Rachel will be choreographing Guys and Dolls at Reagle.
Matt Whiton (Scenic Design) returns to the Lyric Stage having previously designed The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, One Man, Two Guvnors, Stones in His Pockets, Superior Donuts, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Shipwrecked! , and The Year of Magical Thinking. Matt is also the resident scenic designer for Lyric First Stage, the Lyric Stage’s summer educational program. Regionally Matt has designed for the A.R.T. Institute, Argos Productions, Salve Regina University, UMass Lowell, Plymouth State University, and Merrimack College. Matt received his MFA from the University of Georgia in 2007.
Elisabetta Polito** (Costume Design) recent work includes Into the Woods, Water by the Spoonful, Stones in His Pockets, Time Stands Still (Lyric Stage). Big Fish, A Future Perfect, Necessary Monsters, The Color Purple, Kurt Vonnegut: Make up your Mind, In the Heights, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson ( SpeakEasy Stage), Pajama Game (Boston Conservatory), In the Heights (Boston Arts Academy), Marie Antoinette: Color of Flesh (Providence College), White Christmas (The Company Theatre)., The Bartered Bride, The Merry Wives of Windsor (Boston Midsummer Opera), Addams Family: The Musical, Unbleached American, Bernarda Alba, These Shining Lives, The Nutcracker, The Rimers of Eldritch (Stoneham Theatre), The Love of the Nightingale (Emerson College), The Importance of Being Earnest, The Cherry Orchard, Hairspray, Metamorphoses, Imaginary Invalid (Concord Academy), Calvin’s Monster (Boston Children’s Theatre), Medea (Actors’ Shakespeare Project), Dr. Faustus (Suffolk University),1001 (Company One). Funnyhouse of a Negro, Three Sisters (Brandeis Theatre Company), Hamlet (GAN-e-meed Theatre Project), and Cyrano (Apollinaire Theatre). She also assisted costume designer Charles Schoonmaker on Don Pasquale (Boston Midsummer Opera) and Nine (SpeakEasy Stage). She holds an M.F.A. from Brandeis University. Newest member of USA 829. elisabettapolito.com
John R. Malinowski (Lighting Design) previously designed Working, The Chosen, The Temperamentals, Animal Crackers, Dead Man’s Cell Phone, Side Man, Communicating Doors, When Pigs Fly, and The Heiress at the Lyric Stage. Other area credits: Oceanside, and Visiting Mr. Green (Merrimack Repertory Theatre), Cherry Orchard, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, King John, Hamlet, Julius Caesar (Actors’ Shakespeare Project), Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest, As You Like It (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company), Kiss of the Spiderwoman (IRNE Award for Outstanding Lighting Design), The Seafarer, Caroline, Or Change, Take Me Out (SpeakEasy Stage), Angels in America, Parts 1 and 2 (Boston Theatre Works), St. Nicholas (A.R.T. and Súgán Theatre), Photograph 51 (Nora Theatre), and the first national tour of Santaland Diaries. John has received 3 IRNE awards. A NEA/TCG Design Fellow (2000-2002), he earned the Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Design (1996).
David Wilson** (Sound Design) has designed lighting or sound for over 350 productions of opera, theater, concert and dance. He has served on the faculty of Brandeis University, heading the graduate program in sound design, and has designed and taught at Boston College, Boston Conservatory of Music, Bowdoin, Emerson, New England Conservatory, Tufts, Suffolk and UMASS-Lowell. He is the resident lighting designer at Reagle Music Theater, and his designs for theater at other companies include Actors' Shakespeare Project, Boston Playwrights, Central City Opera, Company One, Dibble Dance, Gloucester Stage, Lyric Stage, Merrimack Rep, New Rep, Nora, North Shore Music Theater, Stoneham, Shakespeare & Company, and WHAT. Recent designs include sound and music for The Comedy of Errors at Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (Elliot Norton Award); lighting design for Musical of Musicals at Moonbox, and Pinocchio at Wheelock Family Theater. dw-design.com
Johnathan Carr (Projection Design) returns for his fourth production at the Lyric Stage after By The Way Meet Vera Stark, Into the Woods, and Red Hot Patriot. In addition to filmmaking, his other design credits include: H4 (Resonance Ensemble, NYC), Matchmaker Matchmaker I'm Willing to Settle (New York Musical Theatre Festival), Same River (Strike Anywhere Performance Ensemble, NYC), Simon Says (BCA), Billions of Bucks A Cyberpunk Revue (Oberon), Pippin (American Repertory Theater). Co-design credits include: Kurt Vonnegut's Make Up Your Mind, Carrie (SpeakEasy Stage). He also organizes the Boston chapter of StoryCode.
Natalie A. Lynch* (Production Stage Manager) returns to The Lyric Stage having previously stage managed Red Hot Patriot, Dear Elizabeth, Rich Girl, and Working: A Musical. Other Boston area credits include Closer Than Ever (New Repertory Theatre), Seminar (Stoneham Theatre) and the 2010-2012 Seasons at North Shore Music Theatre. National Tours: A Christmas Carol, Beauty and the Beast and The Magic Treehouse: The Musical. Other regional credits include Maples Repertory Theatre (Macon, MO), Pioneer Theatre Company (Salt Lake City, UT), STAGES St. Louis (St. Louis, MO), and Arkansas Arts Center (Little Rock, AR). Ms. Lynch earned her B.A. in Theatre from University of New Hampshire and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity. Love and thanks to her family and friends for their continued support. For Mom and Dad.
Stephanie M. Holmes* (Assistant Stage Manager) is making her Lyric Stage debut. Broadway: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Production Assistant/Sub. ASM). Off-Broadway: One Night Only (SM), American Theatre of Actors. Regional (SM, ASM, or PA): O.P.C., Witness Uganda, The Wedding Band (A.R.T), Welcome to Jesus (Hartford Stage), Dreamgirls, (Ivoryton Playhouse), The Dining Room (Westport Country Playhouse), and Two River Theater. Stage Management B.F.A. from Syracuse University.
* denotes member of Actor's Equity Association