Meet the Cast of Shrek!

Michael J Austin

(Lord Farquaad)

Michael is thrilled to be back on the Fulton stage, where he was last seen as Ethan in The Full Monty. He has performed and originated lead roles in 40+ countries with Live Nation, Royal Caribbean, Broadway Asia, Celebrity Cruises, Dreamworks Theatricals, The Atlanta Opera, Cartoon Network UK, Maine State Music Theatre and more. Favorite roles include Mary Sunshine in Chicago, King Julien on the International Tour of Madagascar Live, Kelvin Gizmo on the World Arena Tour of Cartoon Network Live, Captain Albert Lennox in The Secret Garden, Doody in Grease, Young Ebenezer in A Christmas Carol, and many others. Michael has also been a Principal Singer at American Music Theatre since 2011, originating roles in shows including Music of the Night: The Songs of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Broadway Now & Forever. He is a proud, long-time member of Actor’s Equity. Love to Greg, family, friends, and everyone at the Fulton. Follow Michael @mjaonstage

Delaney Bigley

(Peter Pan, Teen Fiona)

Delaney is thrilled to return to the Fulton stage after previously appearing in The Sound of Music and Mamma Mia! Last summer, she was featured in Gretna Theatre’s Kids Series playing the title role in Llama Llama Red Pajama as well as in The Three Little Pigs and The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Other regional credits include The Music Man (Zaneeta) with Servant Stage and The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (Lucy) with Reverie Actors Company. Delaney is in her junior year at LBC where she is pursuing the BFA in musical theatre, and she is a 2022 NATS Musical Theatre Competition national finalist. Many thanks to Joey and Randall for this opportunity and to her family and friends for their love and support. SDG

Nick Case

(Guard, Thelonius, Knight, Bishop, Mad Hatter)

Nick is thrilled to be making his Fulton Theatre debut! Some favorite regional credits: Hamlet (Hamlet) at APEX Theatre Studio, My Fair Lady (Freddy) and Peter and the Starcatcher (Boy/Peter) at Wagon Wheel Theatre, West Side Story (A-Rab u/s Tony) at New London Barn Playhouse. BFA: Penn State Musical Theatre. Many thanks to the Fulton team, and much love to his family. “He who sings, prays twice.” @nicktomcase

Amy Decker

(Pig, Spinning Antelope)

Amy is so happy to be back at the Fulton and to spend some time in Duloc! 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: Sweat (Jessie), Mamma Mia! (Donna), Hairspray (Velma), The Drowsy Chaperone (Kitty), White Christmas (Betty), I Do! I Do! (Agnes), and Boeing Boeing (Gretchen). Thanks to Marc, Joey and the entire Cast and Creative Team. Love to her husband Ryan and little boy Anderson. she/her

Joshua William Green


Joshua is an actor, singer and dancer originally from Youngstown, Ohio. He attended The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York and Youngstown State University for musical theater. Joshua has toured nationally in Ragtime (Booker T. Understudy) and Finding Neverland (Mr. Henshaw / Frohman Understudy). His favorite credit is singing behind Sam Smith on the 2018 Grammy Awards. Joshua has also been seen at Servant Stage Company, Prima Theatre and Sight and Sound Theatres. “The Fulton feels like home, I’m in love.” @joshuawilliamgreen

Carly Paige Lafferty

(Gingy, Wicked Witch, Bluebird)

Carly is thrilled to be making her Fulton Theatre debut with two shows at once! Currently she is playing Antonia in Man of La Mancha. Some favorite past TYA credits Include The Rainbow Fish (The Rainbow Fish); Elephant and Piggie’s We Are in a Play (Piggie); Little Mermaid (Vitis). She would like to thank her incredible fan club consisting of dedicated friends and family, and the entire cast and crew of Shrek for making this experience possible. Special thanks to Mom, Dad, Nik, Cooper, Kayla, Maya, and Fiona. Be yourself, and let your freak flag fly! she/her

Asia Littlejohn

(Mama Bear, Dragon)

Asia is an Ohio native, who spent most of her youth involved in the arts as a classically trained violinist and vocalist.Asia has been a soloist at Lincoln Center along side the New York voices, and has received training at New York Film Academy’s Musical Theatre Conservatory program. Asia has had lead, ensemble, and understudy roles in: The Color Purple, Songs For A New World, Ragtime, and Smokey Joe’s Cafe and Man of La Mancha at the Fulton to name a few. Asia is delighted to be a part of this cast!

Seth Martin

(Wolf, Moon)

Seth is elated to be back on the Fulton stage after a brief 12 year hiatus! Seth has a Masters degree in Theatre from Villanova University (Go ‘Cats!) and over the past 20 years has been a performer, teacher, director, and designer across Pennsylvania. Favorite roles include Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof, Trevor Graydon III in Thoroughly Modern Millie, Vinnie in Lucky Stiff, and a very special visitor from the North Pole every December. Offstage his favorite roles are being husband to Mj and dad to Q, A, & K.

Kelly J Mazzella

(Ugly Duckling/Ensemble)

Kelly is originally from Pennsylvania and thrilled to be in Lancaster. Kelly received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from the Boston Conservatory. She was last seen at the Fulton this season in The Sound of Music, Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of the Crown Jewel and currently Man of La Mancha. Mom and Dad thank you for your endless support , Justin for your endless love , and Joey for this opportunity xoxo she/her

Brad Myer


Brad is excited to return to the Fulton stage! Brad was recently seen in the Fulton’s production of The Little Mermaid (Male 1). Other recent credits include Daddy Long Legs (Jervis Pendleton u/s) and The Music Man (Tommy Djilas) with Servant Stage Company and The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe (Peter) with Reverie Actors Co. Brad is currently pursuing a BFA in Musical Theatre and Biblical Studies at Lancaster Bible College. Thanks to the Fulton team for this opportunity and to his family and friends for their constant support. John 16:33 IG: @brad.myer

Cody Smith

(Humpty Dumpty, Knight)

Previously at the Fulton: Brigadoon, Hello Dolly!, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, A Chorus Line, Joseph, Newsies, Guys and Dolls (choreographer). TYA productions: The Little Mermaid, Anne of Green Gables, Shrek, Big (choreographer), Aladdin (director), Pinocchio. Elsewhere: the Radio City Christmas Spectacular (19 years). Cody directs and choreographs locally. He was the director of the Hempfield Dance Theatre program. He has also directed and choreographed numerous shows for EPAC and the Hempfield Music program. Cody is a member of Actors’ Equity and the American Guild of Variety Artists. Much thanks to Marc, Joey, and Randall!

Ariana Stambaugh

(Baby Bear, Young Fiona)

Ariana is excited to return to the Fulton, after recently appearing in The Sound of Music as Louisa von Trapp. Credits include: A Christmas Story (Children’s Ensemble) and The Wizard of Oz (Munchkin) at Fulton Theatre, Elf The Musical (Ensemble) with Keystone Theatrics, Annie (U/S Annie) and Descendants The Musical (Audrey) at Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre. Ariana dances in a Ballet Conservatory and studies voice. She thanks everyone at the Fulton for this wonderful opportunity.

Kathryn Williams


Kathryn is so thrilled to be welcomed back to the Fulton after last appearing in Little Mermaid (Seaweed). She’s spent the past few years entertaining audiences all around the world aboard Celebrity Cruises, HAL, NCL, and Regent Cruises. She has her Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre and Acting from Liberty University. Currently she can also be seen over at the Strasburg Railroad performing in Dead Men Ride No Rails as Lady Windlebee. So much love to her family and friends for their love and support, and to God for sparking in her a love to create beautiful things! Insta:@kathrynmwilliamz she/her

Cameron Wright


Cameron is thrilled to be bringing this show to life on The Fulton stage! You can also currently see him here as Anselmo in Man of La Mancha. Favorite productions elsewhere include Guys and Dolls, Evita, A Grand Night for Singing, Godspell, (Maine State Music Theatre) Fun Home, Matilda, Rent, (Penobscot Theatre Company) and The Irish and How They Got That Way (Portland Stage). He is also an accomplished stitcher and his work was featured in The Fulton’s production of Cinderella this past winter.