Meet the Cast of 42nd Street!
Brandon Amrosino is thrilled to be back at the Fulton! He was last here dancing in the ensemble of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Regional: The Producers (Olney); The Little Mermaid (Fulton); Grease, West Side Story (Toby’s Dinner Theatre); The Miracle of Christmas (Sight and Sound). Brandon was also an original cast member of the award-winning TAP: The Show, choreographed by Mike Minery. TV: Veep. When he’s not on stage, Brandon is in class at Villanova University, where he’s pursuing a PhD in Theology and Ethics. Love and gratitude to Marc, Mom and Dad, and husband Andy. “But when the gods move our feet, we dance!” Instagram: @Brambro
Michael Bingham is thrilled to join the cast of 42nd Street for his first show at the Fulton! Past regional credits include: Shakespeare Theater Company: Camelot; CPCC: Mary Poppins (Bert), Little Mermaid (Ursula), Glow Lyric Th.: West Side Story (Baby John); Rawhide Theater Co.: Midsummer… (Lysander), Smoky Mountain Opry; The Lost Colony, Dollywood. Training: BFA Elon MT ’17. Many thanks to Marc and the creative team for this opportunity!
Kelly Liz Bolick
Ensemble, U/S Phyllis Dale, U/S Lorraine Flemming, Dance Captain
Kelly Liz Bolick is thrilled to be making her Fulton Theatre debut! Most recently she was seen at Maine State Music Theatre in Disney’s Beauty & the Beast (Silly Girl), Saturday Night Fever (Connie/DC), and Singin’ in the Rain (ensemble). Some of her other favorite credits include the Off-Broadway shows Southern Comfort at the Public Theater (US Carly/assistant choreographer) and Volleygirls (swing/asst. choreographer). Additional credits include the First International Tour of Disney’s Beauty & The Beast (swing/DC), Mary Poppins at NC Theatre (Fannie/DC), Disney’s Newsies (News Girl/DC) and White Christmas (Shirley/DC) at Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, and West Side Story at Chicago Ravinia (swing). Sending love and gratitude to my family and friends during this holiday season!
This is Gregory’s first production here at the Fulton and he is very excited about that. He is a student of AMDA’s Integrated Musical Theater program in which he just finished his second semester. He is an avid performer at many of the theaters in Reading and was last seen in A Chorus Line at Susquehanna Stage Company in Marietta as Gregory Gardner. He would like to thank everyone involved at the Fulton for taking him in and his family and friends who have supported him over the years. Enjoy the show!
Grace Browning is so excited to be back at the Fulton and is grateful to Marc Robin and Randall Frizado for this wonderful opportunity. Previously at the Fulton: Billy Elliot, The Musical (Susan Parks), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Ensemble), Mary Poppins (u/s Jane Banks). Other credits: The Sound of Music (Maria), James and the Giant Peach (Spider), Emma (Jane Fairfax). Special thanks to Joanne Abrom, Danielle Smith Guillermo, Kelly Strange, Marion Wood O’Sullivan and the wonderful cast and crew of 42nd Street. She is also extremely thankful for the continuing support of her amazing friends and family.
Aubrey Cheek is excited to be making her Fulton Theatre debut! Originally from Florida, Aubrey is a New York City based performer, teacher, and choreographer. Regional: 42nd Street (Fireside Theatre). NY: 29th Annual Gypsy of the Year Competition (New Amsterdam Theatre). Aubrey is an alumna of the 2017 Tap Program at Jacob’s Pillow. Thanks to Mom, Baxter, and her friends and teachers for their love and support, and to Marc Robin and the Fulton Theatre for this wonderful opportunity!
Alec Cohen is so happy to be making his Fulton Debut! Past credits include Nice Work if You Can Get it at Musical Theatre West, A Christmas Story at the Gateway Playhouse, two seasons with Maine State Music Theatre and two seasons with Music Theatre Wichita (Davey in Disney’s Newsies, Caleb in Seven Brides…). BFA: CCM. So thrilled to be tapping again with my pal TJC. Huge thanks to Henderson Hogan and my stellar family and Allie. For Pops, always.
Samantha Hewes Cramer
Lorraine Flemming, Ensemble, U/S Ann Reilly “Anytime Annie”
Samantha Hewes Cramer is thrilled to be back! Performing Credits: Rita in White Christmas, Velma in West Side Story, Gertie in Oklahoma!, Lorraine in 42nd Street (Fulton Theatre), Sarah Kines in Seven Brides…(Maine State Music Theater), Ensemble in High School Musical and HSM 2 (Theater of the Stars), Jennyanydots in Cats (Beef and Boards and Prather Productions), Choreography credits: Footloose and Gypsy (Fulton Theater) Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Mary Poppins, Anything Goes, West Side Story, and Crazy for You (Prather Productions). Samantha directs and choreographs Reynolds Middle School’s spring musical. She is a dance instructor at Rage Box Dance Center and a ﬁtness instructor at Bull Ridge Fitness. Follow @cre8ting_Character_
For the last 20 years, Nicolas has been singing, dancing and acting all over the world, from Broadway to Norway. He was last seen in Maine State Music Theatre’s production of Singin’ in the Rain as Don Lockwood. Broadway: Bert in Mary Poppins, Tommy DeVito in Jersey Boys, The Boy From Oz, Oklahoma!. Regional: Fiyero in Wicked (San Francisco Cast), Billy Lawlor in 42nd Street, Phil Davis in White Christmas, Tulsa in Gypsy, Hairspray, Mamma Mia!, West Side Story. He thanks the great team at the Talent House, his parents for always supporting him, and is also enjoying his new starring role of Father to Zélia Dromard with the incredible Desirée Davar Dromard. For more visit www.nicolasdromard.com
Alex Drost is extremely excited to be back at the Fulton Theatre after recently playing Eddie in Royal Caribbean’s production of Mamma Mia! on board the Allure of the Seas. NYC: Off-Broadway: Errol and Fidel (NYMF). Regional: Tony in Billy Elliot, The Musical, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Fulton Theatre); Evita, Fiddler on the Roof, Mamma Mia! (Maine State Music Theatre). Other credits include: Gypsy (Tulsa), The Rocky Horror Show (Frank ‘N’ Furter), and the collegiate premiere of POP! Who Shot Andy Warhol? (Candy Darling). Western Carolina University BFA. Special thanks to my family, friends, Marc Robin, and the Daniel Hoff Agency! For my Nini. @alexdrost94
Benjamin Eisenhour is excited to take to the Fulton Stage for the first time ever! Benjamin attended Mansfield University for Music Technology where he studied voice. 42nd Street will be his first regional credit as he usually takes to community productions and school productions. He has performed at various venues including Carnegie Hall, as a chorus member for Candide; the Apollo theater, opening for the Real group at the NYC Jazz Festival; and here in Lancaster at the Ware Center with Patti Lupone. He would like to thank his family and friends for pushing him to pursue theater.
Tom Galantich is very pleased to be making his first appearance here at The Fulton! Broadway: War Paint, Don’t Dress For Dinner, Boeing Boeing, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Mamma Mia!, Boys From Syracuse, City of Angels, Into The Woods. Off-Broadway: Clinton The Musical (WJ Clinton), Tail!Spin!, The Preacher and the Shrink, Distracted, Ghosts, Biography. National Tours: Elf, The Musical (Walter), White Christmas (Bob Wallace), Company (Bobby), Dracula (Harker). Regional Favorites: The Sound of Music (Captain Von Trapp), 42nd Street (Julian Marsh), My Fair Lady (Higgins), The Will Rodgers Follies (Will). TV: The Good Fight, Chicago Fire, The Affair, Master of None, House of Cards (Rev. Dr. Thomas Larkin), Person of Interest, Elementary, Smash, Royal Pains, Law and Order (Joe Chappell), Ed, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, One Life To Live (Mark Casey), All My Children. Film: Love After Love, Radium Girls, Confetti, The Lennon Report, Julie and Julia. Graduate of Northwestern University.
FULTON DEBUT! Maria Huerta, Saturday Night Fever (Maine State Music Theatre); Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (MSMT); Singin’ In The Rain (MSMT); Lead Vocalist, Blazing Boots (Norwegian Cruise Line); Penny, Hairspray (Mayo Performing Arts Center); Wednesday Addams, The Addams Family (Stony Hill Players); Maggie Winslow, A Chorus Line (Villagers Theater); Carissa gives special thanks to Parkside Talent. Love to her family, friends and Connor. Enjoy the show! Insta: @carissagaughran Web: www.carissagaughran.com
Pickpocket/Thief, Shadow, Ensemble
Will Geoghegan is a Kentucky native, is thrilled to be making his Fulton debut! National Tours: Wizard of Oz (Lollipop Guild) and Elf, The Musical (Jim). Regional: Mary Poppins (Paper Mill Playhouse), Anything Goes (Westchester Broadway Theatre), Priscilla, Queen if the Desert (Young Bernadette, Fiddlehead Theatre), A Chorus Line (Larry, u/s Mike, Mark, Pittsburgh Playhouse), Brigadoon (dance feat. The Wick), Disney Cruise Lines, Kentucky Ballet Theatre. BFA in Dance from Point Park University. Thank you to my very supportive friends and family. IG: willtgeoghegan
Jorge Guerra is overjoyed to be spending the holidays making his Fulton debut. REGIONAL CREDITS: Guys and Dolls at Theater Under the Stars; In the Heights at ZACH Theater; In the Heights and West Side Story at Lyric Theater OK; Texas, The Musical at Pioneer Amphitheater. Recent Dance & Arts Management graduate from Oklahoma City University. Many thanks to The Mine and the universe for its countless blessings. Enjoy the show! IG: jorgeguerra15
Ensemble, U/S Andy Lee
Tyler Johnson-Campion is super excited to be spreading the gift of 42nd Street for the 4th time!!! Tyler was most recently seen in The World Premiere of The Royal Family of Broadway at Barrington Stage! Other Regional Credits include: 42nd Street at The Muny and North Shore Music Theatre, Wiley and the Hairy Man (Wiley), Joseph.. Dreamcoat (Dance Captain) at StageOne Family Theatre and 42nd Street (Andy Lee U/S) at The Lexington Theatre Company. Many thanks to Bob Cline, this amazing Cast and Creative Team, The Mine, CCM, and his beautiful friends and family. Super Happy to share the stage again with his college bestie Lic Charles in this production! Proud AEA Member! Always #tothemax. Insta: @_tylerJC
Randal Keith is best known as Jean Valjean in Les Misérables. He appeared in Les Misérables for nearly 3,000 performances on Broadway and the National Tour as well as Canada, China and South Korea. He has played The Phantom in the First National Tour of The Phantom of the Opera and also played Raoul, Monsieur Andre and Piangi during his six years on tour and three years in Vegas. His moved to Las Vegas to open the Vegas production of Spamalot as Sir Bedevere and eventually taking over the role of King Arthur. Randal Keith starred in Steve Wynn’s Showstoppers at the Wynn Casino. Randal also performs in a three man show/concert called The Phat Pack and has just developed his first solo concert, The Music of Robert Goulet: Broadway and Beyond. His recent Las Vegas shows include Marilyn The New Musical at The Paris Casino, BAZ Star-Crossed Love at the Palazzo and Cocktail Cabaret at Caesar’s.
Rebecca René Kelley
Rebecca René Kelley is thrilled to be making her Fulton debut! Rebecca graduated from SCSA with a BFA in Musical Theatre and spent the last two summers at Maine State Music Theatre as a Performance Intern and as Ensemble, U/S Kathy, U/S Lina in Singin’ in the Rain. Other favorite credits include: Judy Haynes, White Christmas (SCSA); Elle Woods, Legally Blonde (FLT); Dorothy, Wizard of Oz (FLT), Singer/Dancer, Bandstand USA (Cedar Point). Thanks to Marc and the Fulton family for this amazing experience! Also, thanks to Chase, family and friends for all of their support! rebeccarene.com @rebeccarenekelley
Club Owner, Ensemble
Ryan Lambert is delighted to be making his Fulton debut! Regional: Jekyll & Hyde (North Shore Music Theatre), Singin’ in The Rain (Maine State Music Theatre), Mame (North Shore Music Theatre), Singin’ in The Rain (The Wick Theatre), 42nd Street, Legally Blonde, The Musical (THE LEX), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Oklahoma!, Jesus Christ Superstar, Mamma Mia! (Music Theatre Wichita). Ryan also had the pleasure of performing in Kristin Chenoweth: My Love Letter to Broadway at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on Broadway. Endless thanks to Marc Robin and everyone else at The Fulton! www.ryan-lambert.com @ryanjlambert
Charis Leos is happy to be back at this beautiful historic theater. Some of her Fulton favorites include The Irish….And How They Got That Way, Always, Patsy Cline (Louise), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Mrs. Potts), Sister Act (Sister Mary Patrick), Legally Blonde, The Musical (Paulette), The Addams Family (Grandma), The Full Monty (Georgie), Gypsy (Electra), Little Women (Marmee) and Mary Poppins (Bird woman). Charis’ most recent appearances include Singin’ in the Rain (Dora Bailey, Ms. Dinsmore) at Maine State Music Theater and Mamma Mia! (Rosie) at the Walnut Street Theater and the Riverside Theater. Charis has been a proud member of Actor’s Equity for over 25 years, and has enjoyed working throughout the country, but can’t wait to get back to Central Market!! CLG. Please see CharisLeos.com
Stevie Ann Mack
Diane Lorimer, Ensemble
Stevie Ann Mack is thrilled to make her Fulton debut! A recent Pace University graduate, Stevie spent her summer as a Performance Intern at Maine State Music Theatre. Regional Credits include: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (MSMT), Saturday Night Fever (MSMT), Singin’ in the Rain (MSMT), All Shook Up (Laguna Playhouse), and 42nd Street (MTWichita). Much love and many thanks to both her Kansas and New York families for their constant love and support. Psalm 149:3. www.stevieannmack.com
Kelcey Matheny is a NYC based performer and graduate of Southeast Missouri State University. NEW YORK: In The Heights (Gallery Players), Broadway Takes Two (92nd Street Y), Pre-Show (Laurie Beechman), The Choreographer’s Canvas and The Big Apple Tap Festival; REGIONAL: Song & Dance Men (Centenary Stage), Legally Blonde, The Musical (Luggage Productions). She has worked with many prominent dancers in the tap community including Mark Albrecht and Denise Caston. Kelcey is also a member of the new music group, Phonic Evolution, created by artist Justin Boccitto. She is on faculty at Coupe Theatre Studio, the assistant choreographer at New Generation Theatre, and assists at Broadway Dance Center. www.kelceymatheny.com
This is Peter’s third production here at the Fulton having also appeared in Sweeney Todd and last season’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame. He has performed at many regional theaters to include Maine State Theatre, The John Engeman, Arena Stage, The Fords Theatre, Music Theatre of CT, and others. He recently performed Off Broadway in the musical BABY. He toured with the nationally known political satire group, The Capitol Steps. Favorite shows have included August: Osage County, Assassins, 1776, Dogfight, and Little Shop of Horrors. Thank you to Marc and Randall for the opportunity to be a part of this wonderful production!
Alex Hayden Miller
Ensemble, U/S Billy Lawlor
Fulton debut! Oklahoma City native and graduate of the University of Michigan. Alex would like to give a special shout out to Hands Down Tap Co. and Nick DiNick for helping him find musical theatre through the love of tap. Favorite credits include: Disney’s Newsies (Morris Delancey) The Muny, 42nd Street (Andy) The Lexington Theatre Company, The Tempest (Ferdinand) University of Michigan. Proud AEA member. Thanks to Mom, Dad, Elle, DGRW and especially to Bob Cline and everyone at Fulton for this wonderful opportunity. Thunder up and Go Blue!
Ensemble, U/S Pickpocket/Thief
Austin Nedrow is thrilled to return to the Fulton Theatre’s stage after performing in Guys and Dolls & The Emperor’s New Clothes last year, for which Austin was nominated a Robert Fulton Award! At the beginning of last year’s season, Austin was humbled to receive the Beth Bash: Excellence in Theatre Award! Recent Fulton credits include Disney’s Newsies [also MSMT]; James and the Giant Peach (James) which earned him Broadway World Best Actor Under 25 for 2017; The Full Monty (Nathan Lukowski); and Mary Poppins (Michael Banks). Austin is a senior at Conestoga Valley High School and plans to pursue a degree in Musical Theatre. Many thanks to Marc, Joanne, Viktor, mentors, family & friends! Happy Holidays! IG: @austin.nedrow
Heather Nolting is thrilled to be making her Fulton Theatre debut! She is a recent graduate of Marist College, where she received a BS in Chemistry and was president of the Marist College Dance Team. Thanks to her family and friends for their continuous support.
Kwasi Perry was born to two Barbadian parents in Brooklyn, New York. He started taking music and dance classes at the age of six, and after moving to Barbados three years later, he continued taking class. There he trained with the Israel Lovell Foundation, Praise Academy of Dance, the Louise Woodvine Dance Academy and Operation Triple Threat. He’s studied Theatre Arts at the Barbados Community College and Musical Theatre at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (NY). He’s grateful for the support from his family and all of his teachers and excited to perform at the Fulton Theatre.
Phyllis Dale, Ensemble, U/S Peggy Sawyer
Allie Pizzo is over the moon to be making her Fulton debut! Recent credits: South Pacific (Drury Lane), 42nd Street (Drury, PCLO, and MSMT), After Midnight (NCL – Warren Carlyle), A Chorus Line, Legally Blonde, The Musical, Sleeping Beauty (MSMT). For mom, always. Ong Namo. www.alliepizzo.com IG: @thedandelion
Dea’Shinique Ramsey grew up in Bronx, New York, where she began her training at a local dance school in a variety of styles. From there she went on to train at LaGuardia High School in classical modern and ballet technique. During this time she discovered her passion for musical theater and decided to study musical theater at AMDA NYC’s conservatory. She now eagerly joins the cast of 42nd Street.
Previously at the Fulton: Disney’s Newsies, James & the Giant Peach, Annie Get Your Gun, Footloose, Sister Act, Legally Blonde, The Musical, Elf, The Musical, A Christmas Carol, The Addams Family, 42nd Street; Mary Poppins; Singin’ in the Rain; Thoroughly Modern Millie and Carousel. Regionally: Larry, A Chorus Line; Emcee, Cabaret; Mongojerrie, Cats; Gremio, Kiss Me Kate, Singin’ in the Rain: Diction Coach. Director/Choreographer credits: Elf, The Musical, The Nutcracker, Alice in Wonderland, Twas’ the Night before Christmas, Jack and the Beanstalk, Sleeping Beauty, Pinkalicious, How To Bust a Bully!, All Shook Up, Chicago, 42nd Street and Anything Goes.
Ann Reilly “Anytime Annie”
Tiffany Rudi is a Dancer, Singer, Actress, Instructor, and native New Yorker. She began her professional career in commercials at the age of 12. As an adult, she has Theatre credits Nationally and Internationally. Some of her favorite credits include Chicago (June), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast First International Tour (Green Silly Girl). Miss Rudi is thrilled to be making her Fulton Theatre debut. She would like to thank Andrew, Bob and Marion for their unwavering support and love. “Whether you believe you can or you can’t, you’re right” -Henry Ford. Instagram and Twitter @trudioannerudio Tiffanyrudi.wixsite.com/performer.
Cora Siburt is ecstatic to perform in this classic tap dance production, having taken her first tap class at age 5 and loving it ever since. She has been active in local musical theater since she was 9 at such theatres as Fulton Theatre, Gretna Theatre, Dutch Apple, Ephrata Performing Arts Center, and Prima. A recent highlight of her career was playing the role of Medium Alison in Fun Home at EPAC. Some of her other favorite roles include Ariel in The Little Mermaid, Teen Fiona in Shrek, The Musical, Mayzie La Bird in Seussical, and Vivienne Kensington in Legally Blonde, The Musical. Cora would like to extend a special thanks to her coaches and family for supporting her during all of her theatrical endeavors.
Jackson Siegel is beyond excited to make his regional debut at the Fulton. He has recently been in multiple productions in the Harrisburg area and at the Allenberry Playhouse. Some of his past productions include Sweet Charity (Vittorio Vidal), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Courtesan/Dance Captain), Seussical (The Cat in the Hat), Gypsy (Tulsa), Anything Goes (Sailor), and Madagascar (Alex). Jackson is a former dance major from Capital Area School for the Arts, and currently cyber schools to study classical ballet during the daytime. He also studies tap and jazz with his mentor, Kelly Strange. Without Kelly, his friends, and parents, none of this would be possible!
Ensemble, U/S Dorothy Brock, U/S Maggie Jones
Favorite Fulton credits; Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins, Mollie in Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap, Vera Claythorne in Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, Babette in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Glinda in The Wizard of Oz, Dead Mum in Billy Elliot, The Musical, Meg in Little Women, Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!, Sister Act, Sweeney Todd among others. She’s Grateful to teach in the Fulton’s Education Department, and to have performed in the family series shows. Overwhelming thanks to Marc, and Joey for this opportunity! She dances each show with JOY for her AK’s and C who support her living her dream!
Pat Denning, U/S Julian Marsh
Elliot Sterenfeld is thrilled to be back on the Fulton stage and honored to be part of this amazing cast. Many thanks to Marc Robin for making a dream come true. All my love to Ethan and Olivia.
Sarah Quinn Taylor
Sarah Quinn Taylor is overjoyed and extremely humbled to be making her Fulton Theatre debut! A native of Wichita, KS, she now calls Pittsburgh, PA home. National Tour: Something Rotten! Regional: Goodspeed, MUNY, Pittsburgh CLO, STL Rep, MTWichita, Lyric OKC. BFA: University of Oklahoma. Endless gratitude and love to Marc, Bob, the entire Fulton family, CTG, Mu Tau, and my Jeffrey and Harvey. @sarah_q_taylor
Fulton Theatre Debut! Off-Broadway: Funny Face, Sayonara. National: Teacher From The Black Lagoon…, Hooray For Hollywood. Regional: A Day In Hollywood, A Night In The Ukraine (Greenbrier Valley) Drowsy Chaperone (Totem Pole), Anything Goes (Goodspeed), Funny Girl (Cape Rep), Singin’ In The Rain (Reagle), White Christmas (Northern Stage), Silver Spoon (Nora), and Car Talk: The Musical!!! (URT). Edward could be seen dancing on TV on VICE’s “The Untitled Action Bronson Show” and used to jam at Sleep No More on select nights. Edward has been a tap dancer for over 20 years and has a BFA from the Boston Conservatory. Lots of love and thanks to my family, friends and Liz.
Fulton Theatre debut! National Tour: Fame. Regional: Mame (NSMT); Hello, Dolly!, 42nd Street (Interlakes Theatre). Commercial: Holland America Cruise Line; Cedar Fair Entertainment Company. Pace University BFA Commercial Dance Grad. Special thanks to the creative team and ATB Talent! All of my love and thanks to CJ, Mom, Dad, and Ryan for your constant encouragement and support. www.lindseyweissinger.com. Hebrews 11:1.
Denise Whelan is thrilled to be back at The Fulton under the direction of the incomparable Marc Robin. Favorite roles at The Fulton: Mama Rose (Gypsy), Norma Desmond (Sunset Boulevard), Mrs. Lovett (Sweeney Todd), Velma Von Tussle (Hairspray), Madame Thenardier (Les Misérable), Jean (Good People). Other favorites: Aldonza (Man of La Mancha), Louise (Always Patsy Cline), Grizabella (Cats), Carmen Bernstein (Curtains), Mari Hoff (Little Voice), Raquel (Living on Love). Love and gratitude for my amazing husband and sons, Jack and Connor for their support and moving mountains so I can live my dreams.