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Larry Arrigale Larry Arrigale (Al Manners) has been acting on Philadelphia area stages for over 30 years. He was last seen as Flan in the Allens Lane Theatre production of Six Degrees of Separation earlier this year. He appeared as Gary in The Drama GroupÕs production of The Exonerated in 2007 and is thrilled to be back.
Monroe Barrick Monroe Barrick (Sheldon Forrester) is making his second appearance with The Drama Group. He last appeared as David in the companyÕs production of The Exonerated. He has performed in a variety of venues throughout the Delaware Valley including Allens Lane, Hedgerow, The Ritz and Haddonfield Plays and Players.
Stephen D. Blumenthal Stephen D. Blumenthal (Henry) is new to The Drama Group. For the past ten years he has been the Producing Artistic Director for Act II Playhouse in Ambler. With over 50 years of acting, directing and producing in the area he is excited about kicking back at Act II and getting involved in acting and directing at other local theaters. Steve and his wife Barbara have been married for 58 years.
Emily Jack-Scott Emily Jack-Scott (Judy Sears) is a recent Environmental Studies graduate from Yale University. She has been in numerous productions including The Crucible, 12 Angry Men, The Laramie Project, Dead Man Walking, and various childrenÕs theater shows. Emily also appeared in The Drama GroupÕs 1997 production of American Dreams. She currently works at the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.
Marc C. Johnson Marc C. Johnson (John Nevins) has done extra work in local television and several films in the Philadelphia area. He has done local community theater for the last several years and is happy to be making his debut with The Drama Group.
Brie Knight Brie Knight (Millie Davis) is appearing in her first The Drama Group show, having appeared in a wide variety of roles with other local theatre companies. Brie has also been a troupe member with Conflict Resolution Theatre and worked with Philadelphia Young Playwrights. When not acting, she can be found managing and coordinating projects for GreenTreks Network, a non-profit environmental media company.
Zuhairah McGill Zuhairah McGill (Wiletta Mayer) is the founder and producing artistic director of First World Theatre Ensemble, Creative Artistic Director for the Master Griot Project, and Director in Residence at The Prince Music Theater. She has appeared in numerous off-Broadway and national tours and received a Barrymore Nomination for Outstanding Leading Actress in a Play for her one-woman performance as Sojourner Truth. She also received the 2007 award from the National Black Spoken Word Tour for Outstanding Community Service Through the Arts.
Jack Roe Jack Roe (Bill OÕWray) lives in East Falls with his wife Mary Costello. He travels extensively and loves salt water fishing. Jack has appeared in over thirty stage productions over the past forty years from North Carolina to Michigan. This marks his first appearance with The Drama Group. He owns Tangier Cafe in center city.
Andrew Whelan Andrew Whelan (Eddie Fenton) is appearing in his third show with The Drama Group, after having played Kerry Max Cook in The Exonerated and Olf in Incorruptible. Long ago before that, he was a proud member of The University Players while a student at the University of Scranton.
Wayne Snover Wayne Snover (Director) is one of the original founders of The Drama Group. He was last seen on stage in The Drama GroupÕs production of The Exonerated. He has directed many shows including Children of a Lesser God and Much Ado About Nothing. Most recently had a hand in directing The Drama GroupÕs production of Incorruptible, in which he also played the role of Martin.
Colleen Bracken Colleen Bracken (Assistant to the Director) has studied both acting and improvisation, and brings her knowledge of performance art to her work in Executive Coaching and Leadership Development. Her first experience with the Drama Group was as Stage Manager for Going to See the Elephant. Colleen lives in Germantown with her husband Kim.
Robert Bauer Robert Bauer (Producer) is a founding member of The Drama Group where he has acted, directed, designed many shows. Most recently, he directed The Exonerated and played Charles in Incorruptible. He has also appeared onstage with other local theatre companies including Arden, Wilma, Bushfire and Simpatico. This past summer he played the two Dukes in As You Like It in Clark Park.
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