Asha Brownie-Gordon (Trix)

Graduate of Shorter College, most recently performed with Bright Star Touring Theatre in Heros of the Underground Railroad and Aesop’s Fables , Dollywood in Dreamland Drive-Inn as Bertha, and The Renaissance Center in Honky Tonk Angels Holiday Spectacular as Charilee.



Mark Bailey Capalbo (Ensemble)

Is anything but blue returning to this familiar apartment, and favorite show, after doing the Broadway National/Canadian Tour of The Drowsy Chaperone . Dutch Apple audiences may remember Mark from The Unsinkable Molly Brown and White Christmas . Other credits include; National Tour of The Wizard of Oz (Scarecrow), National Tour of Fiddler on The Roof (Bottle Dancer/Dance Captain), The Medora Musical in North Dakota, Like You Like It (Phil, regional premier at TUTS Houston). A native of upstate New York, Mark received his BFA in Musical Theatre from Sam Houston State University in TX and currently resides in NYC. Love to family and friends...especially my Janet and my cheetah.

www.markbaileycapalbo.com


Aaron Fried (Underling)  

Prather debut!  National Tours: Grease (Roger).  Regional favorites: Pajama Game and Brigadoon (Courtland Repertory Theatre), Joseph... and The Full Monty (Barn Theatre).  Training: Ithaca College, BFA.



Lara Hayhurst (Janet Vam De Graaff)  

Lara is excited to be returning to the Prather Family where she was seen as Amber in the Broadway Palm’s Hairspray .  BFA Musical Theatre, Pace University, NYC.  National Tour, Bye Bye Birdie (Kim).  Favorite Regional: The Light in the Piazza (Clara), High School Musical (Sharpay) and Showboat (Magnolia).  Many thanks to the Drowsy cast and team, espically Amy & Brian.  Love to family and her handsome bridegroom Trey



Thomas Blake Hogan (Gangster #2)  

Thomas recently graduated from Missouri State University with a BFA in Musical Theatre.  He has performed professionally with Tent Theatre, Maples Repertory and Arrow Rock Lyceum.  Credits include: 25th Annual...Spelling Bee (Chip), Guys and Dolls (Big Julie), Joseph...Dreamcoat (Benjamin), and Peter Pan (Nana/Crocodile).  Much love to my ever supportive family!



Victor Legarreta (Feldzieg)

Victor Legarreta is so happy to return to the Dutch Apple Stage after ten years of being an Artistic Director of both The Off-Broadway Palm Theater in Fort Myers, Florida and The Schoolhouse Theater on Sanibel Island also in Florida. Audiences might remember Victor as Herod, in Jesus Christ Superstar or Victor’s 50s/60s musical revue Yesterdays which played here on New Year’s Eve 2000. Victor has performed all over the world and in over 130 professional productions. Thank you to the Prather family and PEG staff for their support. To his wife Kelly, I Love you!


Rebecca McGraw (The Drowsy Chaperone) 

Rebecca has performed with The Illinois Shakespeare Festival, Cortland Repertory Theatre, The Springer Opera House, The U.S.O., Spotlight Repertory Theatre, the Barter Theatre and she married Tim McGraw. She has an MFA in acting from Illinois State University and is a retired professor of acting. Favorite credits include Lady MacBeth and Hedda Gabler. She is delighted to be acting full-time again.  



Kristen Marie (Kitty)

Kristen is delighted to return to The Dutch Apple after last being seen in George M! as Nellie (George’s Mom) she enjoyed touring all three Prather Theatres and becoming part of the family!  Other favorite roles include: Helen/Rosie U/S Bye Bye Birdie National Tour, Lucille in No, No Nanette and Donna in Tony N’ Tina’s Wedding .  Kristen can be seen in NYC staring in Ziegfeld’s Midnight Frolic with The Ziegfeld Society.  www.kristenmarie.net



Sabra Michelle (Mrs. Tottendale) 

National Tours: The Pajama Game, Bear in the Big Blue House Live. Regional: Chicago (Roxie Hart), Pal Joey (Gladys Bumps), Seussical (Mayzie), Showboat (Ellie), Norwegian Cruise Lines, etc. Upcoming: Cassie in A Chorus Line. I owe everything to my Mom and Dad. www.sabramichelle.com

 



Megan Orlowski (Ensemble)

Megan Orlowski is thrilled to be spending the rest of 2011 at the Dutch Apple. Her favorite regional credits include Annelle in Steel Magnolias , the Usherette in Producers , Pam in The Full Monty , and Isabel in Pirates of Penzance . Thanks you to Brian, the Dutch Apple Staff, and the Prather Family. And love to her Family and wonderful husband and fellow Dutch Apple Chris.



John Ramsey (Robert Martin)
John is flabbergasted to be back at the Dutch Apple in such a swell show! John spent the last part of the past summer here in Lancaster, playing the irascible George Cohan in George M!, and looks forward to more tap dancing and 1920's show tunes. He thinks you're the bees knees, for supporting live theatre and hopes that you enjoy the show!

Christopher Russell (George)

Chris is incredibly grateful to be performing at the Dutch Apple for the rest of the year! Some of his favorite past roles include Jerry Lukowski in The Full Monty , Freddy Benson in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels , Leo Bloom in The Producers , Jinx in Forever Plaid , and Arnold Needham in No Sex Please, We’re British . Love to his Dutch Apple family, Mom, Dad, and Amber, and thanks to Brian for this wonderful opportunity to keep doing what he loves with the one he loves, his wife, Megan Orlowski.



Galloway Stevens (Aldolpho)

Galloway Stevens is ALDOLPHO!  He is so happy to return to his family and friends here in beautiful Lancaster, and is honored to be performing along side the talents of so many familiar Prather stars!  You may have seen Galloway in one of his many other ambiguously ethnic roles here on the Dutch Apple stage... such as the possibly-italian Benny Southstreet in Guys & Dolls , the “he’s to dark to be from London so lets make him a gypsy” street vendor turn Christmas Present in A Christmas Carol, the stubborn yet lovable , unusually-tall-for-an-asian king in The King & I , and in a strange twist, the odd take on a native american Mark Twain in Big River.  It was a look.  Much thanks to Brian Enzman, the greater Prather family, and as always my unwavering supportive love, Kerry.  “Hope you enjoy the show, because the cast definitely will.”



Stephen Turner (Ensemble) 

Stephen is excited to be returning to his fourth production at the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre!  When not acting Stephen enjoys board games, poker and ballroom dance.  Stephen would like to dedicate this performance to his loving mother.



Theresa Walker (Ensemble)  

Theresa is thrilled to be back on the Dutch Apple Stage. You may have last seen her in White Christmas and Sugar .  Some favorite roles include: Corie Bratter in Barefoot in the Park (Rainbow Dinner Theatre), Monica in The Medium (Lancaster Opera Company) and Teresa Phillips in How the Other Half Loves .  BA in Vocal Performance from Millersville University.  Many Thank to God, family & friends for their unending love and support! YouTube: HammzT10



Tommy Wallace (Gangster #1) 

Tommy is a recent graduate of Belmont University where he recieved a Bachelor of Music in Musical Theatre.  Favorite credits include Moonface Martin in Anything Goes and George in The Drowsy Chaperone .  He is so thrilled to be at the Dutch Apple.



Michael Weaver (Man in Chair)  

Michael resides in Seattle, Washington.  For Prather Entertainment Group he appeared in Flamingo Court in Florida, Meet Me in St. Louis and Unsinkable Molly Brown in Arizona and Pennsylvania.  He was seen in White Christmas, Greater Tuna and 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at Little Theatre on the Square in Illinois.  Also at LTOTS he appeared in Singin’ in the Rain, The Best Littel Whorehouse in Texas and A Christmas Story in addition to directing Annie and The Wedding Singer .  He has been seen as Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady, Billy Flynn in Chicago , Howie in Rabbit Hole , David O. Selznick in Moonlight and Magnolias , and Harry Brock in Born Yesterday as well as appearing in Absurd Person Singular, Nunsense Amen!, Dirty Blonde, Cabaret, The Drawer Boy and many others.  He was co-founder and Artistic Director of Actors Repertory Theatre in Spokane, WA where he directed 23 productions, including Humble Boy starring Oscar winner Patty Duke, Long Day’s Journey into Night, The Dazzle, Blithe Spirit , and The Importance of Being Ernest among others.  He acted and/or directed nationally with Northwest Shakespeare Ensemble, Tacoma Light Opera, San Francisco’s Sierra Repertory Theatre, Arizona Broadway Theatre, Bigfork Summer Playhouse, Seattle’s Pioneer Square Theatre, Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre, and Pistarkle Theatre on St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands among others.



Brian Enzman (Director)  

Brian has been resident Director, Choroegrapher and Actor for PEG- Prather Entertainment Group for the past twenty four years at the Dutch Apple-PA, Broadway Palm-FL and Broadway Palm- AZ theatres. 

Roles include:  The King ( King and I ), Zach ( A Chorus Line ), the “Devil” ( Damn Yankees ), Pilate ( Jesus Christ Superstar ), Cholet ( Phantom ), Buffalo Bill ( Annie Get Your Gun ), Max ( Sound of Music ), the Emcee ( Cabaret ) to name a few. Director/ Choreographer, credits include:  Phantom, Evita, Annie,  Best Little Whorehouse, Aida, Seven Brides, Music Man, Gypsy, Funny Girl, Hello Dolly, Cabaret, Mame, Annie Get Your Gun, Hairspray and the premier regional productions of The Civil War and Jekyll and Hyde . Brian is a graduate of Millersville University in Lancaster, pa and holds a bachelor of science degree in theatre. He is also Artistic Producer for PEG- PA, FL and AZ and Casting Director for  PEG touring which produced the national tours of Beehive, Footloose, The Wedding Singer and All Shook Up !


Amy Marie McCleary (Choreographer)

Amy started choreographing at the age of six when - much like the Man in Chair - she would listen to records of her favorite musicals in her parent’s rec room. Most recently Amy directed and choreographed Seussical at the Broadway Palm West. Other Director/Choreographer credits include I Lovc a Piano (which will play here later in the summer), Ain’t Misbehavin’ and Charlotte’s Web . Here at the Dutch Apple her choreography has been seen in The King & I, Holly Jolly Christmas,  Peter Pan, Cabaret, The Wedding Singer and High School Musical. Other favorites include the 2009-2010 national tour of The Wedding Singer, Hairspray, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and playing Velma in Chicago this past winter. Amy has a BFA in Theatre from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Thanks always to Brian and Will for giving her the best job in the world and to so many of her friends in this cast who help her celebrate the magic of musical theatre on a daily basis. 

www.amymariemcclearyonstage.com


James Wolk (Scenic Designer) 

NYC credits:  Boys’ Life @ Lincoln Center, Parker Family Circus @ Abingdon Theatre,  A Christmas Carol @ Lucille Lortel.  Regionally:  Big River @ Stages St Louis, 39 Steps @ Repertory STL, White Christmas @ The MUNY, Dracula @ Walnut St Theatre, Don Pasquale @Opera Theatre STL, In @ Pioneer Theatre, Yankee Doodle Dandy @ 5th Ave Theatre in Seattle, This Wonderful Life @ Cincy Playhouse, Galileo @ NJ Shakes, Savannah Disputation @ The Olney.  International credits:  My Fair Lady @ StaedtischeBuehnen Augsburg, Funny Girl @ Stadttheater am Gaertnerplatz, Gypsy @ Theater Magdeburg, Fully Committed @ Vienna’s English Theatre.


John P. White (Costume Designer)

John recently costumed the national tours of of All Shook Up, The Wedding Singer , Beehive the 60s Musical and Footloose, the 10th Anniversary Tour. He was hired as the national costume designer for Prather Entertainment Group after doing Aida, Gypsy and 42nd Street. Previously he was the design assistant for the costume shop at the Actor’s Theatre of Louisville and spent eight years as costume designer for the Derby Dinner Playhouse in Clarksville, Indiana.


Russell Thompson (Lighting Designer)

Recent designs include the National Tours of  All Shook Up, Footloose, The Wedding Singer and of Beehive the 60’s Musical , The World Premier of Around the World in 80 Days at the Fulton Opera House and High School Musical, Peter Pan and All Shook Up for the Prather Entertainment Group. Previous tours include Tango X2, Moysiev and The Don Cassacks for ICM Artists. Other PEG designs include  Jesus Christ Superstar, Hairspray, Rent, Joseph and the Amazing Techno-Colored Dream Coat, Jekyll & Hyde, Swing, Ragtime, Cats and the Regional Premiere of The Civil War . His designs for West Side Story, Aida and Miss Saigon have earned him 3 Ari-Zoni Awards. Prior to joining PEG Russell lived in New York where his credits ranged from Club MTV to the Geraldo Show to Manhattan School of Music. Originally from Luckey Ohio he now resides with his wife Alecia in Cape Coral Florida. Russell hopes you enjoy his work.


Jacob Mishler (Sound Design) 

Jacob has worked in live production audio for more than fourteen years. He’s had the privilege to work with such performers as Bob Dylan, The Dave Matthews Band, The Smothers Brothers and Caroline Rhea. Favorite musical theatre sound designs include Chicago, The Full Monty and Cabaret among many others. Much thanks and love to Julie!


A. Scott Williams (Resident Musical Director)  

A. Scott Williams has been working for PEG for four and a half years. He has worked at all three Prather theaters and has conducted three National Tours with PEG. Drowsy Chaperone marks his 30th production with PEG. Scott is from Chicago where he earned his BA in piano performance, and his MM in choral conducting. He was nominated twice for a Jeff Citation for Best Music Direction and received an After Dark Award for Best Music Director. Scott would like to thank God, his family and friends for always being there for him.



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