Samantha Ramsdell: comes from a small town in Maine where she started singing, playing music, dancing and acting at a young age. Coming from a family of musicians, she grew up playing piano, singing anywhere and everywhere and starring in any musical theater show possible in local community theaters. After a brief break to start a career in corporate America, Samantha found herself living close to NYC and dying to get back into true love of performing. She is so excited to be a member of the Complete Theatre Company and back to her passion; being on stage!
Steven Dougles Bentley: born in Baltimore and played football for the 1999 Baltimore Champions, The Patterson Clippers. As a child he fell in love with acting. And his goal growing up, was to move to New York City to pursue that dream; which is exactly what he’s doing!
Alexandra Bernal: is a classical trained actress from Bogotá, Colombia. She trained under Daniel Calderón and joined DECA Theater company starring in the productions of Agamemnon and The Blind, touring with them for 2 years. She made her debut on the American stage with an Off-Off-Broadway production of Guys and Dolls. She has performed in a series of plays at Dixon Theater and Theater For The New City. She began her on camera work in 2016, landing a supporting role in the film ‘Lupe’ and more recently a feature on Season 4 of the TV show Gotham. She is currently a member of The Actors’ Gym and Brave Artist Collective performing groups in New York City. On her spare time Alexandra is a stage combat extraordinaire and kickboxer.
Deandra Bernardo: is from Savannah, Georgia and has being in theater programs since she was eight. Her favorite high school role was Richie in A Chorus Line and this is when she knew she wanted to pursue theater professionally. She graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 2018 and her conservatory credits include :Henry VI Part 1 (Bastard/Suffolk), A Spare Me (Eco), Mighty Atoms (Barbara Buttrick). She is so excited to be apart of The Complete Theatre Company!
Mary Flannigan: grew up in Vancouver, Canada where she first found a passion for the arts through her parents, who were big advocates of supporting the local theaters. Over the years she would take training at many of these theaters and gain experience in Shakespeare, radio theater, and film. In 2017 Mary moved out to New York and attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts to further her exposure and broaden her artistic horizons. Mary continues to actively do so since graduating by working in a variety of mediums within acting, continuously reading scripts and teachings of the greats, and being an avid viewer of all kinds of theater and film.
Marie Bridget Dundon: work in Canada includes Blithe Spirit at Sudbury Theatre Centre, Harvey at The Orillia Opera House, House of Blue Leaves at Theatre NFLD Labrador, Night Must Fall at The Red Barn Theatre Ontario, and Road with Mercury Theatre, Toronto. Shakespeare: With Judith Shakespeare Company: Henry V111, Henry V1, and Two Gentlemen of Verona. With Inwood Shakespeare Festival: Comedy ofErrors, and Richard 111/Queen Elizabeth. With ATA: Richard the Third/Queen Margaret. With The Complete Theatre Company: Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Jensen Fest, and numerous Variety Shows.
Michael Fredo: studied performing arts at the prestigious Professional Children’s School. His talents were soon noticed by Mercer Ellington of the famed Duke Ellington Orchestra, who encouraged Michael to audition for the orchestra’s upcoming worldwide tour. Subsequently, he was cast as the lead male vocalist where he performed for the next four years alongside the likes of Diana Krall, Wynton Marsalis and many other Jazz artists. A few years later, a chance encounter with Grammy Award-winning Producer Quincy Jones led to Michael’s first major record label deal with Warner Bros. Records, and his first album, ‘Introducing Michael Fredo’, was released worldwide. Fredo’s music accompanied the first Tommy Jeans by Tommy Hilfiger ad campaign, which he became the model and spokesperson for. While modeling and filming an advertisement for Hilfiger, he met pop star Britney Spears and was recruited as her opening act on the Baby One More Time Tour. His hit single, ‘This Time Around’, reached #21 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Sales Chart while on tour with Spears. Since then, he has collaborated with producers including Mark Ronson, David Foster, and Simon Cowell, and has performed original material opening for Michael Buble, Norah Jones, Aaron Neville, and Lenny Kravitz. In addition to his live shows, Michael released the sled-written ‘Free’, which was chosen as the theme song for James Toback's controversial film ‘Black and White’ starring Robert Downey Jr. and Brooke Shields. Most recently, Michael Fredo, has been a resident performer at some of the best hotels in the world including The Waldorf Astoria, The Carlyle, Four Seasons, and The Plaza Hotel, where he was chosen as the first house band to perform since the 1960’s. He spent three years performing in the famed Rose Club, serenading a packed house of New York's socialites, celebs, young professionals, and sometimes even royalty from around the globe! His musical journey also brought him to the legendary cabaret theatre Michael Feinstein's in New York City to perform his version of "The Rat Pack" to an International audience.
Victoria Marliny: found theatre at the age of seven when her parents took her to see Beauty and the Beast on Broadway. Since then, Victoria has had a passion for performing, no matter the medium. Victoria graduated from Marymount Manhattan College in May 2018, where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting. Believing in the power of the arts and media to tell empowering stories, she hopes to use her skills to impact audiences whether it's with a laugh or with a cry. When she's not rehearsing, Victoria can be found listening to 80's music or writing about her feelings.
Sam Gayden: got his first experience in Editing, Screenwriting, and Acting, after joining AV Video Productions in high school. He loved the class so much he took it for the next three years. After high school he wanted to continue acting so he attended John Casablancas to get more training. After completing training there, Sam decided to take a leap, and move to New York to commit to performance full-time. He’s excited to be a member of The Complete Theatre Company and to learn from his fell cast mates.
Michael John Blaise: started his career as a paratrooper in the US Army. During his 16 year military career and several tours of duty including the liberation of Kosovo and more recently, a combat tour in Afghanistan. Over the course of his life, Michael always had a talent for entertaining a crowd. When his military career was cut short due to injuries in war, he decided to chase after his dream of entering show business. Since his journey in the arts began, Michael has been in two indie films due out in 2019. Joining The Complete Theatre Company in 2018, Michael plans to continue building his skills in acting and comedy.
Sandy Singh: was born and raised in a small village in Guyana, South America. She spent her days in the sun and at nights, wishing upon billions of stars. She moved to New York with her family in 2005 for a better life and opportunities. Sandy was introduced to theatre in High School where her drama teacher told her she has to pursue acting. In undergrad at Queens College, Sandy majored in Drama and Theatre and was surrounded by inspirational women who encouraged her to take her acting even further. In 2016, she was offered to study at The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in the U.K. It was the most important, best decision she has ever made. Now in 2018, Sandy graduated with her MFA in Acting with distinction. She is currently back in New York working and staying creative in the arts and hoping to achieve her dreams as a storyteller.
Oliver Wolf: originally from New York City, Oliver Wolf is back after completing his Bachelor's Degree in theatre from Marquette University in Milwaukee! While acting is the main love of his life, music also plays a huge part in his life, and he is eternally grateful for the experiences that have been had in his life so far! His favorite acting credits include Death of a Salesman (Happy), Theatre Games (Romeo), Gruesome Playground Injuries (Doug), This is Our Youth (Dennis), and Boys Next Door (Barry).
Chandini Prakash: born to a family in the film industry has been acting since she was a few months old. Her father is a writer, director and a cinematographer, a gold medalist from Film and Television Institute of India and mother a writer, actress and a producer, who did her masters in Theatre. While growing up Chandini acted in an Indian series as a child. After her Bachelors in Arts, she was so in awe of her grandfather that she pursued law and became a corporate lawyer but on the side she followed her passion and also worked as an assistant director and actor in social awareness related short films. Participated in a game show series, spoke for a panel on national TV giving her opinion as a lawyer and did voice over narration for a BBC documentary on Communal Violence in India. In 2009 she was cast as a second lead for an international film Divane Ishq. Since then she has done two short films that made it to film festivals. Her latest stints were of Instagram advertisement, taking up the basic cooking skills challenge at Condé Nast for their web series and getting interviewed by TV Asia where she spoke up against the H4 visa policy change.
Moe Gani: born in Durban, South Africa, his family moved to Southern California in September 2001. He began acting in the second grade. Moe then went on to become a Rescue Swimmer and Electronics Technician for the US Coast Guard, aiding in search and rescue and protecting marine wildlife. While training and serving, Moe studied acting in all parts of the country such as Hawaii, Virginia, and California. He also studied Theatre at The Pennsylvania State University.
Melissa McCaig-Welles: moved to NYC in 1992 to study drama at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy and found her first apartment in a pink apartment building on the corner of 95th and Amsterdam. She studied classical and contemporary theatre and spent quite a bit of time trying to perfect the Alexander Technique and fencing. Her true love became improv and at the tender age of 19, decided to leave it all behind and head to Chicago where she studied with Second City. In 1999 Melissa opened McCaig-Welles, an organization focusing on mid-career, cutting edge artists that have emerged from the urban aesthetics that figured prominently in cities around the U.S. leading up to the millennium. The impact of these styles now feature prominently in media, pop culture and, many classically and self taught artists of the present. McCaig-Welles is recognized for her curatorial endeavors discovering contemporary art talent and placing it at the forefront of her programs, presenting artists recognized as pioneers of the new contemporary art movements. Reviews and articles of Melissa McCaig-Welles have been featured in The New York Times, USA Today, The Economist, The NY Observer, San Francisco Chronicle, The National Public Radio, New York Press, Juxtapoz, The New York Post, NY Arts, Art and Antiques, ArtNet, The Village Voice, The Wooster Collective, The Columbia Spectator, Paper Magazine, Nylon, and others. Now situated in Brooklyn with her sons Henry and Oliver, she is back on stage continuing acting and completely delighted to be performing with The Complete Theatre Company.
Emma LaRue: is super excited to be a part of The Complete Theatre Company! Emma is an actress, comedian, and writer originally from a small town in Minnesota. She moved to New York City in 2016 to attend the American Musical and Dramatic Academy and is now a proud Alumni.
Indonesia Knights: has appeared in over a dozen Complete Theatre Company productions. She made her first television debut as Madison Sanclair in Mob Mentality. Indonesia is also a playwright and accomplished Improviser.
Richard Miglio: started his career in NYC with acting classes where he realized he can be very serious, sensitive and funny! He booked small parts and was upgraded by Penny Marshall and Robin Williams in a film called Awakenings where he got to interact with Robin for a little while. He then landed a lead on Theatre Row in a show called Annual Calamity about dysfunctions of families during the holidays. The cold weather eventually got to him, so he bought a Jeep without a top and drove to Los Angeles where he booked numerous national television commercials and short films. He made appearances on The Jenny McCarthy show (one in a dinosaur suit :) and hung out at Starbucks a lot with Melissa McCarthy(who wasn’t at all famous then). She’s really cool, by the way. He also had bit parts on the Weird Al Yankovich Show and somehow eventually found himself on the set of the first Austin Powers where he auditioned for and met Mike Myers. After doing all of Austin’s Power’s 2nd unit work (yes Rich wore all the actual original Austin Powers costumes Mike wore), Mike Myers decided he liked Rich, he really, really liked Rich, (i.e. Sally Field)) and upgraded him. Rich can be seen at the end of the first Austin Powers improvising with Elizabeth Hurley and Mike Myers. Thinking he was old at thirty, he took a sabbatical from acting for eighteen years came back to NYC to become one of the top real estate leasing brokers in the city. With the push and advice of his ex, he decided to hit the pavement again at the tail end of 2018. Rich has just wrapped a lead in a short film and is excited, thankful, and grateful to be accepted by this wonderful and extremely talented group of actors in The Complete Theatre Company. Talent and love abounds. Yeah baby!
Dora Georgescu: is originally from Colorado, where she grew up dancing and playing the piano. She has always loved performing, so six years ago she moved to New York to become… a lawyer. She recently began pursuing her interest in acting and couldn’t be happier to be a member of The Complete Theatre Company!
Cole Jaeger: always had an odd sense of humor, and found a way to channel it in the form of making funny videos. He graduated Emerson College in 2018 with a Bachelor’s in Visual Media Arts. He runs a YouTube channel with his identical twin called Raffums, where they write, shoot, edit, improvise and perform in a variety of comedy shorts. Taking improv classes at UCB prompted Cole to seek out more performance opportunities, which brings him here. Where he will go next, no one knows.
Dave Malinsky: is an actor who combines classics with comedy. He has researched, written and performed a One-Man Play based on Theatre during the American Revolution called PLAYING AT WAR. More recently, he's been in several independant films including Abbey Singer/Songwriter (dir. Onur Tukel), Tormenting the Hen (dir. Theodore Collatos) and Moderate Folly (dir. Wilson Mbiavagnia). He also took a staring role in Space Race by Nicholar Gentile. He is very happy to be a part of the Complete Theatre Company!
Hannah Stephens: is thrilled to be a member of The Complete Theatre Company. She is a native of Birmingham, Alabama and holds a BFA in Acting from the University of Montevallo. Her favorite credits include Circle Mirror Transformation (Marty), DNA (Leah), A Christmas Story: The Musical (Leg Lamp), and multiple tours with both The Missoula Children's Theatre and The National Theatre for Children.
Grant Athans: is so excited to be a member of The Complete Theatre Company. He is originally from Texas and is a recent graduate from Sam Houston State University. It was there that he studied acting and directing. He always had a passion for theatre and started as a technical crew member before turning to acting. A few of his favorite roles include Tape (Jon), Tigers Be Still (Zach), Almost, Maine (Jimmy/Randy), and Speech and Debate (Howie). Grant moved to Brooklyn in hopes of pursuing a career in acting and couldn’t be happier to be following his dreams. Finally he would like to thank his friends and family for all their love and support.
Lillie Sokolski: was one of those fortunate few who knew what she wanted to do since the age of five. Luckily, it was something stable…acting. She fell in love when first cast as Unnamed Dog 4 in "101 Dalmatians Jr." Since then she has travelled to England where she studied acting for two years. Now after training in the City for another two years at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, she is excited to be a part of The Complete Theatre Company!
Ryan O’Toole: fell in love with acting his senior year of high school after being placed in an Improv and Drama class by mistake. He then went onto train at the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute. A passionate fan of sports, Ryan makes appearances doing voices and outrageous characters as Boston Sports fans on Boston Radio. His ultimate goal is to make acting and comedy a career as he finds it impossible to call it work!
Natasha Diaz: fell in love with acting at the age of 16 after working at a summer camp for the arts. Growing up her family called her “D.Q” which stood for “Drama Queen” because of her extrovert and eccentric personality. In high school she majored in dance and took a few acting classes. She studied theatre at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City for college. There she learned that acting wasn’t just her gift, but her one and only passion.
Roberta Kirshbaum: received her degrees in Theatre from Boston and Columbia Universities, and has continued her training at HB Studio, Upright Citizen’s Brigade, and Terry Schrieber studio, to name a few. Starting out mainly in theatre and summer stock, her credits now include a web series, TV pilots, industrials, and independent films. She especially loves the work with The Complete Theatre Company and is a proud member of Sag-Aftra. Please, visit: www.RobertaKirshbaum.com
Matt Benincasa: is excited to be a member of The Complete Theatre Company. He has recently completed the conservatory training program at the Terry Knickerbocker Studio in Brooklyn, NY. He first studied with Terry at the William Esper Studio in 2012. Matt is a graduate of Fordham University, where he majored in Communications with a film concentration, as well having a minor in Theatre. Past credits include A Midsummer Night's Dream, independent film roles, and television credits on Investigation Discovery. He is originally from Westchester County, NY and currently lives in Hartsdale, NY.
Jaime Campbell: is elated to be a new member of the The Complete Theatre Company. She hails from Moncton, New Brunswick, on Canada’s East Coast. She has recently completed the Associate Degree Program at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. While preoccupied with school for the past two years, Jaime has managed to enjoy some down time. Having spent many an hour figure skating in ice arenas as a child, she welcomed the temporary escape of skating on the rinks at Bryant Park and Rockefellar Plaza. A diehard fan of “Friends” from an early age, Jaime had somehow managed to memorize the dialogue from every episode. As fate would have it, she recently appeared in a NYU Tisch School of the Arts Student Film as Monica, much to her delight.
Emmy Royelle: studied Theatre at Hartwick College and is now thrilled to be continuing her acting training with The Complete Theatre Company. She was last seen in the production of Black Panther Women and the Off-Broadway Play, Conversations with an Average Joe, The Grinder, a Trilogy of Plays. Other favorite roles include: Cherry Reds, Once on this Island, Neighborhood 3, Requisition of Doom, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Yesterday’s Window, The Apple Tree, Trojan Women, and Smokey Joe’s Café. Film credits include Redo, The Promoter's Club, and Law.
Alex J. Kryslur: is a Junior, Musical Theatre Major at Talent Unlimited High School in Manhattan. Most recently Alex played The Wizard and Felicite in off-Broadway productions of The Wizard of Oz and the Little Mermaid. In 2017 he appeared in the original musical Middle School Madness and in several student films including Everything Happens at the Middle School Dance, Playground and a reboot of Girl Meets World. Alex also received his first TV role as a Goth Kid in an Episode of “The Real Story” on ID Network. During his own middle school years, Alex played Edna Turnblad in Hairspray, Pyramus in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Big Bad Wolf in Into the Woods . He wrote and directed a number of films while participating in Wing Span Arts including Ciller, which appeared in the 2015 New York Children's International Film Festival. Alex has been a member of Writopia for three years and is currently authoring “Cough Drops” a Fantasy novel. 2018 will marks the second summer Alex participates in an international volunteer initiative as a Student Blogger with Global Leadership Adventures. He has also received his second scholarship to attend French Woods Camp for the performing arts where he appeared in Harvey and performed as a vocalist in Rock Shop during their 2017 season.
Roy P DeVito: was born in East New York, Brooklyn. Growing up Roy had a lot of friends, which gives him the unique ability to play many characters. Roy always new he would be an actor. In grade school he would do skits from movies at lunchtime. The other kids love it, so that gave Roy the confidents to be more bold and do more acting for his friends. He first trained at Susan Grace Cohen Studio. Then he was invited to go to The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute, then trained at Stella Adler Studio of Acting. Roy P DeVito’s dream was always to be an actor. He started his career late in life but really he was always an actor. It just goes to show you, you are never too old to live your dream.
Kenzie Klem: began acting at the age of twelve. She was in numerous musicals and plays throughout middle school and high school. After graduating from The Bromfield School in 2012, she attended Keene Stage College in Keene, NH, where she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre, with a specialization in acting. She also studied dance, movement, technical theatre, and was a part of an improvisational comedy troupe. During her years in college, she was a member of The Apron Theater Company, in Putney, VT, where she performed in August: Osage County, Top Girls, and What Rhymes With America. After graduating from Keene in 2016, she moved to Australia to continue studying. She was accepted into the Advanced Actors Studio and the Advanced Actors Residency at the National Institute of Dramatic Art, and was also trained in the Meisner Technique at The Actors Pulse Studio. Kenzie moved to New York in February and is currently residing in Brooklyn. She is absolutely thrilled to be a member of The Complete Theater Company!
Alba Caccavale (Vaz): feels that being in the entertainment business has always been in her blood. She started performing at a young age. Alba also dances and plays the piano. She has studied at HB Studio with Trudy Steibl. Alba loves being a member of The Complete Theatre Company
Kris Paredes: originally from Lima, Peru, and fell in love with dance and acting from a very young age. She danced jazz, ballet, & hip hop for many years before joining a Salsa dance company. Later, she turned her focus to acting, and trained Meisner with Bill Esper, and Uta Hagen with Howard Fine. She’s worked in commercials, industrials, Spanish VO, short films, and theatre. Her other passions include Photography, weight training, and Krav Maga. Kris is very excited to be a part of a committed and hard working theatre company.,
Steven Gamble: is thrilled to be a member of such a passionate, hardworking community of actors at The Complete Theater Company. He is originally from Charlotte, NC and graduated from UNC Wilmington with a BA in Film Studies and minor in Theater. He moved to New York shortly after graduation with eyes on an acting career. Steven has been in featured roles on television, web commercials, as well as many student films. He also likes to sing, being selected to the North Carolina All-State and Mars Hill College choir.
Kacey Czosnowski: performing since the ripe old age of two. Starting with "plays" she put on for her parents (which consisted of yelling and running around with her brothers), she followed her dream all the way to New York City. After participating in community theatre and various high school plays and musicals, she graduated from the New York Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts. She is very excited to be a member of The Complete Theatre Company!
David Woodrow: happily joined the Company in April, 2011. After a short time as an academic professional, he spent 24 years in the financial services industry before retiring in 2009. He then studied acting with David Mogentale of 29th Street Rep. After appearing in a staged reading at Castillo Theatre, he debuted in the role of Harry Fatt in Odets’ Waiting for Lefty at the 45th Street Theatre in March, 2011. Since then he has appeared onstage, recentlyin Still on the Corner (Castillo); Bacchae Redux (Robert Moss Theatre-NYCFringe), Snow White & the Beast (Lee Strasberg Institute - to be made into a film Winter 2015); Yentl (Heights Players); Carmen’s Place (Castillo); Ringmaster (Kraine- Frigid Festival); Grimm Bros. Spectaculathon (Richmond Shepherd Theatre/TCTC); The Jealous Husband (Producer’s Club); Blood Feud (Abington Theatre/TCTC); Freedom Summer (Brecht Forum). His filmography includes student and independent shorts and features with a nomination for a Loomis Award, best supporting actor in Sins of the Father (LIU film festival).
Alycia Heckathorn: after obtaining a BA in Theatre at Northern Michigan University, Alycia moved to NYC to pursue an MA in Dance Education at New York University. She currently works as an elementary school dance teacher in Brooklyn. Some favorite roles include Vivienne in Legally Blonde and Luciana in Comedy of Errors, both at NMU. Since being in the city, she has performed with Sue Samuel's Jazz Roots Dance Company as well as in Murder on the Runway, a dance and fashion show. She is thrilled to be returning to her acting roots with The Complete Theatre Company!
Dorsey Sprouls: is honored to be a new part of the Complete Theatre Company! Fresh out of Northern Michigan University with a Bachelor's in Theatre and Entertainment arts with a major in Illustration, he moved to Brooklyn to pursue a career in writing, directing, and acting. For the past eight years, he has worked all over the stage, in performance, design, directing, construction and props. Some of his most memorable roles were in The Producers (Leo Bloom), Little Shop of Horrors (Orin), The Addams Family (Mal, Properties Master), A Comedy of Errors (Dromio of Syracuse), The Secret Garden (Ben), Into the Woods (Prince's Steward),, Blood Brothers (Mickey), and the one-man production of The Myths and Bricks Project, which he also directed and designed. Dorsey is so happy to finally be in NYC to chase his dreams and grow as an actor and artist, and would like to thank his ever-supportive family and his wonderful friends of "Hell on Hewitt."
Giselle M. Chatelain: New Media (YouTube): Jamie in American Kirare-Yaku; Film: Lt. Sandra Parker in Necrosis Inc.: Requiem; Off-Broadway: Carny/ensemble in Woyzeck Musical Deathmetal (Gorilla Rep.) NY: Mrs. Fezziwig/Mrs. Cratchitt in A Christmas Carol; Val in An Impossible Love (TCTC); Sally December/Lady Snowflake in Soul Samurai, Tilly in She Kills Monsters (York College), Attendant in Iphigenia in Aulis (UTC # 61 & La Mama), Aellin in First to Draw to Blood (Mortal Folly Theatre). Regional Theatre: Honey in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Silk Dress Productions); Jo in A Taste of Honey, Charlotte in The Night of the Iguana, and Collette in Brewed (Four Humours Theatre Company). Giselle spent 2 years as an Acting Fellow at Hedgerow Theatre, and served as Assistant Managing Director for the 2012 & 2013 Planet Connections Theatre Festivity. Recognized by the Society of American Fight Directors as an Advanced Actor/Combatant, with a basic pass in Smallsword (2017) and recommended passes in Quarterstaff, Rapier & Dagger (2017), Single Sword, Broadsword & Shield, Unarmed (2016) and Broadsword (2014) She served as fight choreographer for I Hope They Serve Beer on Broadway (Gorilla Rep), Beauty and the Beast (JPAS), Camelot (Rivertown Repertory Theatre & Slidell Little Theatre), and Romeo and Juliet (Hedgerow Theatre).
Kyle Ivey: graduated from the University of Cincinnati College - Conservatory of Music (CCM) with a BFA in Musical Theatre and Minor in Accounting. Originally from Las Vegas, NV, Kyle grew up as a competitive swimmer, and balanced both swimming and theatre up until his first year in college. This summer, he performed as Benjamin in Josepha and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at STAGES St. Louis in St. Louis, Missouri and in Legally Blonde at The Lexington Theatre Company in Lexington, Kentucky. This winter, you can see Kyle in They Call It Gravy…We Call It Sauce! and the Polar Express Train Ride in New Jersey! Special thanks go to Pam, Brooke and Skye for their love and support.
Brian Tracy: wrote the play Iowa which was a recipient of a 2003 grant from the National Endowment of the Arts. He has had three plays chosen for the Samuel French Festival. As an actor, he’s appeared at South Coast Repertory Theatre Alice in Wonderland, and The Gloucester Stage Company The Rise and Rise of Daniel Rocket (original production). In New York: The Wings Theatre Company Six Degrees of Separation; The Seagull at the Bernie West Theatre Co. (under the direction of Thomas G. Waites); and Playwrights Horizons Young Playwrights Series. His television credits include One Life to Live, Ryan’s Hope, and As the World Turns. He has studied with Larry Moss, Bill Hickey, and Austin Pendleton.
James Christie: has been acting for the last fifteen years. He has appeared in numerous Off -Off Broadway shows, all of The New York Soap Operas in recurring U5 roles, as well as National and Regional Commercials. James is also a former professional soccer player, martial arts expert, and Soccer Coach for kids.
Amy Lipshy: is honored to be a member of The Complete Theatre Company. Originally from California, Amy holds a B.S. in Accounting from USC and for the past 12 years has worked at a major premium cable network. She is a graduate of the award-winning Ted Bardy Acting Studio in NYC. She is also a trained dancer who has worked with renowned chorographer Jason Myhre and is a former member of N2it Dance Company. She is a color guard veteran of the world champion Santa Clara Vanguard and Fantasia Winter Guard and is currently active in CrossFit. As an actor, she has been featured in showcases for Ted Bardy’s Studio, R-Way Productions and is currently working on an independently produced web series.
Gloria Lamoureux: has performed on stages in NY and NJ for years and has begun working in film as well. Favorite stage roles include Margie Walsh in Good People, the title character in Shirley Valentine and in Becky’s New Car, Bev/Kathy in Clybourne Park, and Lady Croom in Arcadia. Recent leading roles also include: Eurydice Descending (Midtown International Theatre Festival), Sex, Relationships and Sometimes…Love (Producers Club), and Savannah Bay (Culture Connection Theatre). Gloria is a member of Alliance Repertory Theatre Company, works with the Women Playwrights Series at Centenary Stage Company, and has studied with Frank Licato and Kathy Hendrickson. She earned an MA in theater from Montclair State and a BA in drama from Queens College. Gloria is thrilled to be a member of TCTC!
John Mulcahy: come to acting late in life after spending most of his life in Miami teaching science. He attended the St. Petersburg State Theater Arts Academy in Russia; which was a fascinating experience, being the birth place of the Stanislavsky's method of acting training. And he loves acting!
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