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Adam Corbett Adam Corbett (Jerry Przpezniak) is a veterinarian who lives in South Jersey. He has recently performed with Colonial Playhouse in Aldan, Pennsylvania, and the Collingswood Shakespeare Company in New Jersey. This is his first show with The Drama Group.
David DelBianco David DelBianco (Mile Policzek) was last seen as Grumio in The Drama Group’s 2010 production of The Taming of the Shrew, also directed by Wayne Snover. This is David’s fifth show with The Drama Group, having also appeared in Incorruptible, Shakespeare’s R&J and The Laramie Project.
Carole Mancini Carole Mancini (Beatrice Pomeroy) has performed in community theatres in New Jersey and Pennsylvania since 1993. Her previous The Drama Group roles have been Avis in A Body of Water and Maw in Going to See the Elephant. Other favorite roles include Eleanor in The Lion in Winter and Maryjohnny in A Skull in Connemara.
Mort Paterson Mort Paterson (Curt Logan) has been an actor (and sometimes director) in the Philadelphia area since the 1960s. His venues have ranged from the old Drama Guild, to Stagecrafters, Hedgerow, Bristol Riverside, Philly Shakespeare Theatre, Footlighters, and most recently ActorsNet of Bucks County.
Michele S. Scutti Michele S. Scutti (Lucinda Shaw) was last scene onstage at The Drama Group in The Women as Mary Haines. She worked behind the scenes as Stage Manager for Race. Now she’s playing a Stage Manager onstage. Life imitating Art (or Art imitating Life.)!
Stephanie Stoner Stephanie Stoner (Arlene Wyniarski) is new to The Drama Group with this being her first U.S. stage performance in almost six years. Her last show was Genki Musical in Kochi, Japan, and in 2006, Cabaret in Williamsport Pennsylvania’s Community Theatre League. She loves art of all kinds and is glad to be in theater once again – this time, in Philadelphia!
Wayne Snover Wayne Snover (Director) has directed many shows for The Drama Group including Children of a Lesser God, Trouble in Mind, Much Ado About Nothing and most recently The Taming of the Shrew. His varied acting roles have included Elwood P. Dowd in Harvey, Uncle Peck in How I Learned to Drive, Brother Martin in Incorruptible, as well as the title role in When the Lord Come to Sand Mountain and many more.
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