Meet the Cast of Changing Channels
he/him (Eddie Gilroy)
At the Fulton- Wait Until Dark, Lev of Leningrad (staged reading). Off-Broadway- Reservoir Dogs, Roberto Zucco (Empire Theatre Co.), Patience (Boomerang Theatre Co.) Philadelphia region- 74 Seconds… to Judgment (Arden), Broken Stones (InterACT), Brighton Beach Memoirs, Kiss Me Kate, Fox on the Fairway (Act2 Playhouse), Dracula (Delaware Theater Co.), Rumors (Montgomery Theater), ART, Chapter Two (Pegasus Theatre Co.), Christmas Carol (Passage Theater.) Regionally- Horse Cave Theater, Phoenix Theater, Stella Adler Theater, Lincoln Amphitheater. Peter is Co-Artistic Director of Pegasus Theatre Company. He is also a director, playwright, screenwriter, teacher, and member of the improv team “The Teachers’ Lounge.” As always, a huge thank you to Corinna and my awesome kids, who help make all this possible.
Fulton: Big Alison in Fun Home, Lauren in Kinky Boots, Una in Blackbird, Miss Casewell in The Mousetrap, Katherine in Newsies, Jovie in Elf. Broadway: Glinda in Wicked. National Tours: South Pacific, The Full Monty, Cats. Regional Favorites: Evita in Evita, Ellen in Miss Saigon, Sally Bowles in Cabaret, Jenny in The Christians and Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday. So much love to all of the Fulton Fam backstage, front of house, and in the offices keeping everyone safe and keeping things going, this couldn’t happen without everyone’s hard work. Stay safe.
he/him (Peter Bell)
Thrilled to return to the Fulton! Ruben was recently seen as Herman De Leon (opposite James Spader) on NBC’s The Blacklist. NYC: In the Heights (Broadway debut), Two Gentlemen of Verona – The Musical (Public Theater), Doctor Atomic (Met Opera). Regional: On Your Feet! (Gateway Playhouse, MUNY, KC Starlight), In the Heights (Fulton), Havana! (NCL), Evita (Engeman Theater), and Cats (ACCC). Film/TV: Respect, In The Heights, Pause. With Sam Jay, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The Caroline Rhea Show (with Paula Abdul), and Picardia Mexicana (Univision). Voice-Overs: Netflix, HBO Sports, National Geographic, commercials and audiobooks. Ruben studied Meisner technique with the legendary William Esper, and Musical Theater at AMDA. Follow Ruben on Instagram/Twitter: @RubenFloresNYC. Share your light with the world!
DJ is thrilled to be making his Fulton Theatre debut! Previous credits include: Mikey the Elf, Biloxi Blues, Brighton Beach Memoirs (Act II Playhouse), King Lear, Awake and Sing! (Barrymore Nomination Outstanding Ensemble, Quintessence Theatre Group), Oh God, Trayf (Theatre Ariel), Brighton Beach Memoirs (Oldcastle Theatre Company). DJ thanks his friends and family for their support.
James is thankful to be returning to the Fulton. He has appeared in the Broadway and National Touring productions of Gigi (Dufresne), Mary Poppins (Park Keeper), The Drowsy Chaperone, Beauty and the Beast (Beast, Gaston, and Lumiere understudy), Cats (Munkustrap), and State Fair. Other credits include Georges in La Cage Aux Folles (Riverside Theatre, the Pioneer Theatre Company) Don Quixote in Man of La Mancha (Stages St. Louis), Dr. Livesey in Treasure Island (Fulton Theatre, MSMT), Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast (Theatre Under the Stars, Fulton Theatre, MSMT), Le Comte Ory (Metropolitan Opera), Joshua Chamberlain in Chamberlain (MSMT), and Reverend Shaw Moore in Footloose (Fulton Theatre). Website: jamespattersontheactor.com. Thanks to John & Paula, Marc Robin, the great people at CGF, and especially my BJH.
(u/s Peter, Bullets)
Jeffrey is a theatre artist, producer, and fundraiser who lived and worked in Philadelphia for over 25 years before happily relocating to Lancaster in 2018. He has performed in over 100 professional productions all over the country and was most recently seen playing Bruce Bechdel in Fun Home at the Fulton Theatre. Other recent productions include Murder on the Orient Express, Mamma Mia!, Blackbird, The Mousetrap, A Christmas Story – the Musical, and 4000 Days. He is the co-creator and Executive Director of The Summer Club, a nightclub cabaret show featuring musical standards, stand-up comedy and a 17-piece Big Band, which has played all over the East Coast. He is currently the Annual Fund and Foundation Director at Lancaster’s historic Fulton Theatre and is a proud member of the Fulton staff and Lancaster community.
Amy is thrilled to be making her Fulton debut in this relevant show. Tours: The Phantom of the Opera (25th Anniversary Tour), Fame! (Korean Tour), The Will Rogers Follies (Betty Blake). NYC: Songs for a New World, Nunsense (Amnesia), Ophelia (Ophelia) and My Way. Select Regional: Mamma Mia (Donna), Hairspray (Velma), The Drowsy Chaperone (Kitty), The King & I (Anna), White Christmas (Betty), I Do! I Do! (Agnes), and Boeing Boeing (Gretchen). Thanks to Marc, Joey and the entire Creative Team. Love to her husband Ryan and little boy Anderson. www.amydecker.com
Fran is thrilled to work on this new play! He hopes you saw The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee downstairs on the Mainstage. He directed it. Previous Fulton mainstage acting roles include Bill in Mamma Mia and Nathan in Guys & Dolls. He also played Denny in A Steady Rain upstairs here for the Ellen Groff Studio Series. So happy to be back, thanks to the Fulton family for the opportunities.
Alexander is thrilled to be working with the Fulton Theatre for the world Premier of Changing Channels. From 2016-2020, Alex interned at Touchstone Theatre in Bethlehem, PA, co-writing original works and teaching playwriting to elementary and middle schoolers around the Lehigh Valley. Alex’s recent credits include every male character in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe with Reverie Actor’s Company, Tom Krieder in Lancaster Bible College’s production of Radium Girls, ensemble in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at The Pines Dinner Theater, and Splasher in Northampton Community College’s production of Newsies!. Alex grew up performing as a clown in multiple circuses across the East Coast with Bill Hall Entertainment. Alexander studied dance at The Ballet Guild of the Lehigh Valley, Lehigh University and has danced with multiple companies, including Rioult NYC. Alex is currently pursuing a BFA in Musical Theater at Lancaster Bible College.