Meet the Cast of Snow White!
Michaela is so excited to be back at the Fulton! Most recently seen here as Nicola in Kinky Boots. Also appeared in: Disney’s Newsies, Footloose (Wendy Jo) and Shrek The Musical (Fiona). Michaela thanks Marc for bringing her back “home” to work with this incredible cast! Other: Michaela has visited over 30 countries while lead vocalist of two different cruise lines, performed at North Shore Music Theatre (Hairspray), and has been in more than ten productions at Maine State Music Theatre. Favorites include: Young Frankenstein, Sister Act, 42nd Street, and Disney’s Mary Poppins. When Michaela is not on stage she supports herself as an entrepreneur in the beauty industry of skincare and makeup. Love and thanks to Mom, Dad, Maria, Alex & family for their continued love and support. michaelabolt.com / Insta: @MichaelaBolt
Jonathan is beyond thrilled to return to Lancaster for the Fulton’s Cinderella! He is a graduate from The University of Alabama, and is from Huntsville, AL. Recent credits include: Angel, Kinky Boots (Fulton) Ensemble, Peter Pan (Fulton), Ensemble/Scarecrow u/s, Wizard of Oz (Maine State Music Theatre); Ensemble/Cornelius u/s, Hello Dolly (MSMT); Johnny Casino/Ensemble, Grease (MSMT/The Public); Ensemble/Waiter, 42ndStreet (Bucks County Playhouse); Race, Newsies (Red Mountain); Riff, West Side Story (The Prizery); Jonathan would like to thank Marc and the rest of the Fulton team for treating him like family. He also sends all the love and gratitude to his friends and family for loving him. @jbstar002
David is thrilled to be returning to the Fulton after many years away from this historic theatre and his hometown, Lancaster, PA. Growing up performing at the Fulton, David last played Stuart Dalrymple here in the theatre’s 2008 production of Brigadoon. Having just returned to the area, David spent his time away from Lancaster earning a degree in vocal performance from the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, MD, and working in pharmaceutical sales in Jacksonville, FL. Favorite musical credits over the years include Jean Valjean in Les Miserables, Robert in The Bridges of Madison County, and the title role in Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical. Thank you, Marc, for the opportunity to return to a place which feels like home and thank you Adina for your incredible support.
National Tours: Bye, Bye, Birdie (starring Troy Donahue), Big River (Lafe, Counselor Robinson), Barry Manilow’s Copacabana (Sam Silver) and Seussical, the Musical (Horton the Elephant). Off-Broadway: Face The Music (Hal Reisman) Regional: Into the Woods (The Baker), The Sound of Music (Max Detwiler), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Goran) Carousel (Enoch Snow) The All Night Strut (Man #2) Do Black Patent Leather Shoes… (Louis Schlang) Crazy for You (Lank Hawkins) Tomfoolery (Randall – Shelly Award), Little Shop Of Horrors (Orin Scrivello) Steve Martin’s Picasso At The Lapin Agile (Schmendiman) Noises Off (Gary Lejune) Bus Stop (Carl) Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (Reverend Tooker), Lend Me A Tenor (Tito Marelli) and many more. Randall is a Broadway World Award Winner for his performance in Gypsy. Training: The American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Randall is the winner of the Florence Bowler Vocal Scholarship, as well as a proud member of Actors Equity! For Gretchen, who makes the world a better place to be, and for Steven, Cooper, Zachary, and Madelyn, who are my everything.
Nathaniel is a singer and actor of international renown. He has been seen on stage in some of the repertoire’s most demanding roles with many of the world’s greatest orchestras and most prestigious companies. He has portrayed Jean Valjean and Javert in Les Miserables on Broadway, as well as the titular roles in Jekyll and Hyde and The Hunchback Of Notre Dame. He has toured across North America in Beauty and the Beast and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. For the BBC Proms he appeared as Curly with John Wilson Orchestra in the acclaimed production of Oklahoma! As a member of the prestigious Merola Opera Program at San Francisco Opera, Hackmann appeared as Raul in the world premiere of Thomas Pasatieri’s The Hotel Casablanca. Mr. Hackmann has appeared with such companies as Hong Kong Philharmonic, Michigan Opera Theater, Opera Theater of Saint Louis, and Virginia Opera. Nathaniel Hackmann holds a BM and MM in vocal performance from Central Michigan University. Twitter- @n8hackmann Instagram- n8hackmann
Carlos is pleased to be performing again and even more thrilled for a chance to perform at The Fulton Theatre. Credits include – Broadway: West Side Story (Shark Swing, The Broadway Theatre), Regional: Escape to Margaritaville (Dance Captain/Ensemble) West Side Story (Chino/Bernardo U/S, Milwaukee Rep. Theatre), In The Heights (Ensemble/Sonny U/S, Mason Street Warehouse), West Side Story (Ensemble, Maltz Jupiter Theatre). Carlos would especially like to thank his parents and his best friends for always reminding him of his talents and worth and for keeping him grounded and inspired during the pandemic.
ALEX HAYDEN MILLER
Alex received his BFA in musical theatre from the University of Michigan in 2016. After graduation he moved to New York City to pursue a career as an actor, singer, dancer. Notable credits include West Side Story (Action) Milwaukee Rep, Mamma Mia! (Eddie) The Fulton Theatre, Newsies (Morris Delancey) The Muny and most recently, Fun Home (Roy/Pete/Mark/Bobby Jeremy) here at the Fulton. Beyond his on stage work, he was given the opportunity to work as a director, when he staged his first show while attending University of Michigan entitled Freshmen Showcase and assisted the director of the off-Broadway play Ferguson with Jerry Dixon. These opportunities guided him to pursue a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Leadership with an Arts Administration Focus, 2021. While finishing this degree he began his chorography career when he was given the opportunity to create 4 shows (A Soldier’s Tale, Together We Celebrate, Fun Home, and now Cinderella) here at the Fulton. Alex would like to thank his Mom, Dad and Elle for their unconditional support; Matt and DGRW for always believing in him and Marc Robin for the wonderful gift that is the Fulton Theatre. (Insta-@thejacktapper) Thunder Up and Go Blue!
Brian first fell in love with Lancaster and the Fulton when he played Mr. Braithwaite in Billy Elliot. He is BEYOND grateful to be returning for this magical show! Cinderella was Brian’s first high school musical…so this feels like a full-circle fairy tale! Favorite credits include: Beauty and the Beast (Cogsworth), Hairspray (Edna), Joseph…(Napthali/Baker), Hello, Dolly!(Rudolph/Ensemble), White Christmas (Snoring Man, Zeke), 42nd Street (Bert Barry) and the Broadway tours of ELF: the musical and The Drowsy Chaperone… among many more. Huge thanks to Marc and ALL of the Fulton staff! Love to my family and friends and thank YOU for supporting live theatre! Psalms 46:10. For Dad.
Austin is a multi-hyphenate artist making his Fulton Theatre debut in Cinderella. A southern boy who now lives in New York City, Austin is a recent graduate of The University of Alabama with his degree in Musical Theatre. Regional credits include Williamstown Theatre Festival (Alien/Nation) and Tent Theatre (Grease, Catch Me if You Can). Austin has also served as the Executive Performance Intern for the Broadway Dreams Foundation for 6 years and thanks his friends, family, and mentors for all the love & support. The Link Program. @austinphillips
Aaron is beyond thrilled to make his debut on The Fulton Theatre Stage! Recent Regional Credits include : Lo in Grumpy Old Men, and Beauty and the Beast at Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre! Other credits include: Benny Southstreet in Guys and Dolls, Featured ensemble in Ragtime, Chef Louis in The Little Mermaid and El Gallo in The Fantasticks. Aaron was also featured in Jonah and Miracle of Christmas at Sight and Sound Theatres! Without the faithfulness of God none of this would be possible for Aaron. Thank you to the Fulton Theatre for making another dream come true. Special thanks to his Mother, Sister, Family and best friends for their never ending love and support. IG : ImAaronPottenger
Katie is cackling with excitement that she gets to pretend to be the evil Queen today! Favorite not so evil roles include Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins) Glinda (The Wizard of Oz) Truly Scrumptious (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!) Ms. Darling/Pirate (Peter Pan) along with many other Mainstage and Family series shows at her favorite theatre, the Fulton! Favorite role ever; Mommy to her amazingly creative kids, Alice, and Charlie. Favorite snack; an apple every day, but not a poisoned one. If playing pretend is your favorite, keep acting out stories! Thank you to your grownups, for supporting live theatre!