Meet the Cast of Glass Menagerie!
Zack Calhoon is thrilled to be making his Fulton debut under the direction of Kevin Earley. He recently played Fountainhead/John in Water by the Spoonful (Premiere Stages), Ever Montgomery in Dancing Lessons (Kitchen Theatre Company/Geva Theatre Center). Other acting credits include: Hamlet in Hamlet, The Real Thing, King Lear, Henry IV Part 1, In Fields Where They Lay, You’ll Have Had Your Hole (US Premiere), The Commission, True West, The Credeaux Canvas, Romeo in Romeo & Juliet, Proteus in Two Gentlemen of Verona, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Film/TV: The Subject, Braid, Do Not Go Gentle (BBC). zackcalhoon.com
Andrew Kindig is honored to be returning to the Studio Series here at the Fulton, where he most recently was seen in Disgraced, and as director of both Sleuth, and The Mystery of Irma Vep. A Lancaster native and a Penn State alum, he is so grateful for all the support that you the audiences in the Lancaster area give to the Fulton and to the arts. Favorite Fulton Credits: Leo Bloom (The Producers), Giles Ralston (Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap), Isaac (Disgraced), Jeff Douglas (Brigadoon), and Monsieur D’ Arque (Disney’s Beauty and the Beast). Other Regional Credits: Steven Kodaly (She Loves Me) Joe Pitt (Angels in America), Nick (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolff?), Emcee (Cabaret), Roscoe Dexter (Singin’ in the Rain). Much thanks to: Kevin and this cast for the wonderful collaboration and chance to tell this story, to Marc and the Fulton for continuing to enhance the art and the artist, and to K, A, and C for being my joy and my support every day.
Charis Leos most recently appeared as Maggie Jones in the Fulton’s Mainstage production of 42nd Street, and their family series production of A Christmas Carol. Some 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 has been a proud member of Actor’s Equity for over 25 years and has appeared in regional theaters all over the country. CLG. Please see CharisLeos.com
Lexi Rabadi is excited to be back at the Fulton after playing Belle in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast in 2016. Lancaster will now forever feel like another home to return to. Other favorite credits include: Belle/Mrs. Fred in A Christmas Carol (Actors Theatre of Louisville), Chava in Fiddler on the Roof, Belle in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Maine State Music Theatre), and Adela in Bernarda Alba (Pace University). Thanks to Wolf Talent, Marc Robin, and every extraordinary artist who is responsible for sharing this piece with you today. All my love to my family and my Matt. For JV!