Meet the Cast of Treasure Island!
Mr. Richard Joyce, U/S Mr. William Arrow
Mark Aldrich is thrilled to return to The Fulton for his 6th production. Broadway: Disney’s Newsies (also national tour), Ragtime. Regional and other NY credits: Brigadoon (Encores!), Carnegie Hall, Irish Repertory, York Theatre, Vineyard Theatre, Transport Group, Kennedy Center, Pittsburgh CLO, North Shore, Ford’s Theatre, Pioneer Theatre, Dallas Summer Musicals, Olney Theatre, Maine State Music Theatre, many more. TV/Film: Gotham, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Americans, Bull, Law&Order, L&O:SVU, Disney’s Newsies, Gods and Generals. Thanks to Marc Robin and the Fulton family and to Jen and his family for their constant support. Instagram/Twitter: @marktheginger
Mr. Arnold Mitchell, U/S Israel Hands
Joe Bach is excited to be making his Fulton debut!!! Since graduating from Elon University with a BFA in music theatre Joe has been a part of Tim Rice’s newest musical From Here to Eternity at Fingerlakes Music Theatre Festival, Pip in Off-Broadway’s Pip’s Island and John Dickens in Young Charles Dickens and others. Special thanks to his supportive family and loving girlfriend. You can keep up with Joe on IG at official_joebach Enjoy the show!!
Mr. John Hunter, U/S Captain Alexander Smollett
Philip Bryan is thrilled to be a part of this spectacular production at the Fulton! A graduate of the AMDA (NY) he has studied with the highly acclaimed Steppenwolf Theatre, Second City, World Culture Theatre (Australia). Credits: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (The Beast), The Music Man (Oliver Hix), Camelot National Tour (Sir Sagramore/ Lancelot U.S.), The Drowsy Chaperone (Aldolph), Cats (Rum Tum Tugger). Yes, really, he did Cats… leotard and all. When Philip Bryan is not onstage you may find him desperately seeking attention on Instagram (@ThePhilipBryan), singing broadly into the open air, or Jazzercising in the park. Philip would like to thank his mother for all the credit she takes, his Gramcracker for all the love she sends, and life for giving us so many beautiful colors!
Joshua David Cavanaugh
Alvin Dance, Sailor, U/S Thomas Redruth
Joshua David Cavanaugh is thrilled to be making his Fulton debut. Regional: Sweeney Todd and Light in the Piazza (FLMTF), Forever Plaid (The Laurie Beechman and Moonlight Amphitheatre), First Date (SDMT and PRiMA), Little Women (Barn Stage Company). He holds a masters degree from NYU. Love and gratitude to his wonderful family and friends. www.joshuadavidcavanaugh.com
Israel Hands, U/S Tom Morgan
Brandon Contreras is honored and thrilled to be joining this season at The Fulton! Recent Credits: Berger in HAIR (Berkshire Theatre Group), The Secret Garden (Developmental Lab), and Jerry Springer: The Opera with The New Group at Signature Theatre. Other New York credits include: Our Lady of 121st Street (Off-Bway), The Connector (NYTW), Our Town (Actor’s Fund), 2018 NBCUniversal Upfronts and The Hamilton Mixtape (The Public Theatre). Tour: In The Heights (1st National). Regional: The Count of Monte Cristo (U.S. Premiere), Astoria: Part 1 & Part 2 (Portland Center Stage), The Secret Garden (DCPA), Cuba Libre (Artists Repertory Theatre World Premiere), Kiss Me Kate, and See What I Wanna See. B.F.A. from Pace University. Always for you Ashley, Mom & Dad. Follow: @OhHey_Brandon – www.brandonacontreras.com
Anthony Brieux, Assistant Fight Captain
Preston Cuer is thrilled to be returning to the Fulton stage for his fourth production! Previous credits include The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Disney’s Newsies and Annie Get Your Gun. Other credits include Peter and the Starcatcher and Sweeney Todd at Ephrata Performing Arts Center. Preston is a Certified Advanced Actor Combatant with the Society of American Fight Directors, using his experience and training to choreograph and consult stage violence in the Lancaster area. SwordAndShieldProductions.com
August Garvey, U/S Akir
Denzel Edmondson is elated to be returning to the Fulton after last being seen in Sister Act. Previous credits include Sister Act International Tour, Dreamgirls (C.C. White), Les Misérables (Enjolras), Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Ken). Thanks to his friends, family and ATB for their never ending support.
Thomas Redruth, U/S Squire John Trelawney
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 GDubbs, thanks for all of it, including G&S, FYC, and for Cooper, Zachary, and Madelyn, who are my everything.
Captain Alexander Smollett
At the FultonTheatre: The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Dom Claude Frollo) Guys and Dolls (Arvide Abernathy), Brigadoon (Mr. Lundie), Sweeney Todd (Judge Turpin), Phantom (Gerard Carierre), Sunset Boulevard (Max), Witness for the Prosecution (Sir Wilfrid Robarts), Singin’ In The Rain (R.F. Simpson), And Then There Were None (William Blore), The Full Monty (Reg Willoughby), A Christmas Carol (Scrooge), Elf, The Musical, The Addams Family (Fester Addams). Broadway: War Paint (Senator Copeland/Freddie/William Paley/Mr Levin/Raoul Dufy) – Directed by Michael Greif. Candide (Heresy Agent) – Directed by Hal Prince. Film and TV: Crisis (Congressman Langston Wirth) NBC. Chicago P.D. (Jim Varley) NBC, E.R. (Officer Gaines) NBC, Empire (Dr. Sirak) FOX, Death Of A President (Hospital spokesman Dr. Bordon), Chicago Fire (Chief Grimes) NBC.
Mr. Frederick O’Brien, U/S Long John Silver
Peter Gosik is thrilled to cast off aboard the Hispaniola! Favorite credits include Enjolras in Les Misérables (Riverside Theatre), Fred/Petruchio in Kiss Me, Kate (Forestbrugh Playhouse) Robbie in A Man of No Importance (Arvada Center), Antonio in Twelfth Night (Idaho Shakespeare Festival/Great Lakes Theater), El Gallo in The Fantasticks (Flat Rock Playhouse), and Man #2 in The World Goes Round (Florida Studio Theatre). Proud University of Michigan alum and member AEA. Thanks to Marc and Curt, and all love and gratitude to Mom, Dad, and the team at Take 3 Talent. For Elenor, Lloyd, and Shirley. www.petergosik.com Instagram: @petergosik
Tom Strong, Fight Specialty
Regional: R&J/Cymbeline, (Benvolio/Guiderius), Virginia Shakespeare Festival; Cirkus Theater Project, (Performer/Dancer), Cirque du Soliel/UNCSA. New York: Twelfth Night/The Winter’s Tale, (Antonio/Florizel), Classic’s On The Rocks; Mid Summer Night’s Dream, (Demetrius), Stag & Lion Theater Co.; In Loving A Memory, (John), Firebone Theater Co.; Watson: The Musical!, (Lestrade), The King’s Players. National Tours: Mariposa & The Saint, (C.O.), Steele Theatrics; USA to Z, (Uncle Sam), Bright Star Touring Theater Co. BFA – The University of North Carolina School of the Arts. To my friends and family, for your undying love and support. www.rayhuth.com
Squire John Trelawney
Recent appearances at the Fulton: Veronica’s Room; Disney’s Beauty and the Beast; And Then There Where None and Little Shop of Horrors. Most recently appeared in the world premiere of Curtains for Myron at the Actor’s Theatre of Woodstock. New York credits: Fiddler on the Roof (Broadway revival); Enter Laughing (York Theatre); Shlemiel the First (Theatre for a New Audience); The Awful Truth (Fringe Festival); Street Scene (Brave New World Rep); Waiting For Lefty (Theatre Row); Wallenberg (NYMTF). National tours: Fiddler on the Roof; Annie. Regional: The Most Happy Fella; CATS (Theatre Under the Stars); Steel Pier (Actor’s Playhouse); Falsettoland (Carbonell Award nomination); South Pacific (Wick Theatre); Brighton Beach Memoirs (Seven Angels); Bye Bye Birdie (Westchester Broadway); Noises Off (Playhouse on the Green). Stock: It Shoulda Been You; Chicago (Mason Street Warehouse); Spamalot; Lend Me A Tenor (Arrow Rock Lyceum); Guys & Dolls (New Harmony); Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks; The Game’s Afoot (Ivoryton Playhouse); To Kill A Mockingbird; The Fantasticks; Into The Woods (Forestburgh Playhouse); Plaza Suite (Allenberry Playhouse). Television: Elementary. Thanks to Curt and Marc for inviting me to take this amazing voyage. www.michaeliannucciactor.com
Long John Silver
Jeremiah James is an internationally renowned actor and Recording Artist. West End: Billy Bigelow, Carousel. Off-Broadway: El Gallo, The Fantasticks. Regional: Over 120 AEA productions and counting! Favorites include Ravenal Show Boat Schubert Boston, Beast in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Ordway MN, Javert Les Misérables PA Shakes, and The Fulton Theatre as well as many others. Awards: 6 time Best Actor nominee Broadway World, LA Ovations, IRNE, and Spotlight Awards. Symphonies: Across the US and internationally. Albums: Teatro (Sony/BMG) 1 million sold. 2 #1s & a Gold Record. Jeremiah James “Tupelo” (Yellow Sound). Several TV appearances, voice overs, audiobooks, and solo concerts to his name. His new musical It Happened in Key West with Broadway Composer/Writing partner’s Jill Santoriello & Jason Huza premiered earlier this year on London West End, Directed by the Fulton’s own Marc Robin. www.JeremiahJames.net
Paul Jordan Jansen
Billy Bones, Job Anderson
Recent Credits: The Prince of Egypt (World Premiere), Sweeney Todd…(2017 Jeff Award Winner for Best Actor in a Musical), The Last Ship (Regional Premiere), The Count of Monte Cristo (US Premiere), The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Show Boat, and Les Misérables. Jordan is a proud graduate of the BFA in Musical Theatre Program at Penn State University. Glory to God, Love to Family, Friends and Bonnie. “FOR THE GLORY!” IG: @pauljordanjansen
Akir, U/S Job Anderson
Randy Jeter is thrilled to be back at the Fulton Theatre. Fulton Credits- The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Frederic, ensemble) Guys and Dolls (Nicely-Nicely Johnson), Sister Act (Eddie Souther). Randy was seen as a lead vocalist in the 2017 season at American Music Theater. Favorite Regional credits: Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Adrian), Children of Eden (Father), Tick, Tick…Boom! (Michael). BM Manhattan School of Music. Thanks to Marc and the amazing Fulton staff! Love to his family, friends, and wife Abigail! www.randymjeter.com
JC McCann is honored to be part of bringing Treasure Island to life at such a historic theatre. A proud Wyoming native, he earned his vocal performance degree from The University of Wyoming. After careers in insurance and the oil fields, his passion for music led him to pursue performance in NYC. He was recently seen touring the US, Canada and Japan as Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Off-Broadway: Frankenstein: A New Musical (Creature). Favorite credits: Oklahoma! (Curly), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Gaston), Sunset Boulevard (Gillis), Les Misérables (Enjolras). Thanks family & friends for your love & support. Love to my amazing wife. jcmccann.com
Mr. William Arrow, Burdette Wyeth
Craig McEldowney is thrilled to return to the Fulton Theatre after playing Younger Brother in their production of Ragtime. He is a singer, actor and musician and splits his time between Los Angeles and NYC. Recent credits: Return to the Forbidden Planet (Bosun), Peter and the Starcatcher (Black Stache), Sweeney Todd (Pirelli), Show Boat (Ravenal). TV: Fameless, Law & Order: SVU, and the musical season finale of Curb Your Enthusiasm directed by Susan Stroman. Craig is a proud AEA member and is a graduate of the University of Michigan Musical Theatre Department. Chirp: @craigmceldowney, Click: craigmc.org, Stalk/like/poke: facebook.com/craigmceldowney
Damon McToy is thrilled to be returning back to the Fulton Theatre. Just recently he was on the International Tour of Sister Act. When not performing on land, he is performing as a lead vocalist in shows on the high seas for multiple cruise ship companies, Princess Cruises and Holland America to name some. Past roles include Couferyac in Les Misérables, Collins in Rent, Jeffrey in Godspell. Damon would like to thank his family for their constant support. Instagram: mctoystoryy
Gordon Tusley, Fight Specialty
Growing up in Reykjavik, Iceland; Karl searched out every opportunity to get on stage. Later he moved to London where he focused on physical and experimental theater. Eventually he came to the States where he’s been jumping between LA and NYC for the past five years doing everything from theater to feature films and pilots to video game voiceover. Karl is happy to reunite with veteran fight director Joe Travers and grateful for the opportunity to experience the magic here at the beautiful Fulton Theatre. Feel free to follow the adventure over at Instagram @melbergkarl
Michael Nigro is honored to make his regional theater debut at the Fulton Theatre! He appeared as Jim in the reading of Treasure Island this past Spring. Prev. credits: Film/TV: Yes (George Saigan), Sound of Music LIVE (Friedrich), Thirsty (Dancer), Mother (Teen Johnny); Theater: Freedom Riders (NYMF-Jim Zwerg), Radio City Xmas Spect. (Nt’l Tour-Patrick), Fat Kid Rules The World The Musical (29 hr-Dayle), Cabaret (Broadway Workshop-Emcee). He’s taking online classes as a Polysci/Econ double major. Special shout out to parents Pam and Joe and siblings Brian, Dan, and Megan, and to Caroline for their constant support, and a big thank you to Sherry, Eddie, and the rest of the crew at Green Room and Take 3. Instagram: @mikenigro3; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nik Olson is thrilled to make his Fulton Theatre debut in Treasure Island! Recent credits include J. Pierrepont Finch in How to Succeed… (Susquehanna Stage Company), Henry in Next to Normal (Oyster Mill Playhouse), and Buddy Foster in Side Show (The Belmont Theater). Nik sends endless love to his family and friends for their support, inspiration, and guidance throughout his endeavors both onstage and off. He thanks Mom, Dad, Audrie, and Mammaw for being the best fan club a guy could ask for.
Tobias Bridge, U/S Billy Bones
Quinto Ott is thrilled to debut at the Fulton in this amazing production. Originally from Tucson, Arizona, and a graduate of Indiana University, Bloomington, Quinto recently played Claude Frollo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame) at the Mac-Haydn Theatre, where he has also played Bill Sikes (Oliver!), and Cogsworth (Disney’s Beauty & the Beast). He originated and played the role of Don Attilio on the new North American tour of The Phantom of the Opera, and is involved in some new works, including recently playing Harry Bennett in reading of A Most Dangerous Man; An American Opera. www.quintoott.com
Dr. David Livesey
James Patterson most recently played Lumiére in MSMT’s and the Fulton Theatre’s production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Other credits include, Dufresne, Gigi (Broadway/Kennedy Center); Park Keeper, Mary Poppins (National Tour); Drowsy Chaperone (National Tour); Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (National Tour/Broadway); Rev. Shaw Moore, Footloose (Fulton Theatre). Thanks to Marc and Curt for everything, and to all the amazing people here at The Fulton, all friends and family, and especially my BJH. Website: www.jamespattersontheactor.com
Max Phillips is thrilled to be making his Fulton Theatre debut. Previous credits include The Santaland Diaries (Crumpet The Elf), The Rocky Horror Show (Riff Raff), The Day Jack London Got Pinched (Jack London), 44 Plays for 44 Presidents, and The Grapes of Wrath. His film and TV work can be seen in the feature length indie film Skook (Paul), and various short films, commercials, PSAs and industrials. He’s even had the privilege of working background on HBO’s VEEP and the hit Netflix series House of Cards. A big thank you to the Fulton Family for this amazing opportunity.
Mr. Alan Bonet’, Priest, U/S Dr. David Livesey
Jay Poff is grateful to return to the Fulton Theatre! Jay holds degrees in Music Business/Vocal Performance from Lee University. Masterclasses include those with B’way pros Stephen Schwartz, Jason Robert Brown, Shoshana Bean, and more. Broadway: Rocktopia (NYContemporary Choir, Dir.) Regional: JC Superstar (Jesus), The Rocky Horror Show (Dr. FrankNFurter), Chess (Freddie Trumper), Cabaret (The Emcee), The Maltese Falcon (Sam Spade, Eastern U.S. Premier), MOSES (Moses, World Premier, Sight & Sound Theatre). Tour: LUTHER Oratorio (Martin Luther, North American Premier). Film/TV: The Greatest Showman, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Quantico. Big thanks and gratitude to Marc Robin for his inegrity and the opportunity to experience this beautiful space. Representation: Ann Steele, NYC www.annsteeleagency.com
James Michael Reilly
Blind Pew, Ben Gunn
James Michael Reilly is thrilled to be making his Fulton debut. Tour: West Side Story (International). Off-Broadway: The Comedy of Errors (Aquila Theatre). Regional: Oliver! (Pioneer Theatre); A Funny Thing…Forum and Inherit the Wind (Geva Theatre); A Christmas Carol, Glengarry Glen Ross, and others (Denver Center); Chicago (Arts Center of Coastal Carolina); The Servant of Two Masters, The Bungler, The Taming of the Shrew, Twelfth Night, and many others (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey); Holmes and Watson (world premiere, Arizona Theatre Company); Blithe Spirit and Art (Delaware Theatre Company). Television: Madam Secretary, Unforgettable, The Blacklist, Boardwalk Empire, Elementary, Person of Interest, Law and Order. This performance is for Nancy.
“Sly Dog” Gribble, Fight Specialty, Fight Captain
Gabriel Rosario is a graduate from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. He is an Advanced Actor Combatant/Stunt Performer and part of the Substitute Faculty of the Stage Combat department at AMDA. He has participated in plays such as Foggy Dew, The Adventures of Don Quixote, Follies, The Relationship Type, among others. His film and TV credits include Dead@17: Rebirth, Tower of Silence, as well as the upcoming pilot, Dry Time, etc. His credits as a Fight Choreographer include Romeo and Juliet, Faust on 147th Street, and Valor, Agravio y Mujer at Repertorio Español, and the short film Les Chienes.
Alexander Sanders is very grateful and excited to be a part of the Treasure Island Company at the Fulton! He was last seen in Hair: The Musical in Woodstock, Vermont and Off-Broadway in Endangered: the Musical as Snoop. He is a graduate from Pace University’s BFA Musical Theater program. Big thanks to friends, family, Matt and the team at Avalon Artists Agency for their constant support! Enjoy the show!
Mr. Henry Johnson, Fight Specialty
Stephen Shore is honored to make his debut at the Fulton Theatre. He hails from Chapel Hill, NC and is a proud graduate of UNC School of the Arts (BFA). Select NY Credits: Getting Married (Project Shaw), Smoke (T. Schreiber Theatre), Comedy of Errors (Fools & Kings Project), Romeo & Juliet (Barefoot Shakes). Select Regional Credits: Oklahoma! (Roxy Regional Theatre), Million Dollar Quartet (Encore Musical Theatre), Taming of the Shrew (TX Shakes), Cymbeline (VA Shakes), Of Mice and Men (Cardinal Stage), The Legend of Jim Cullen (Heartwood Regional Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing (GA Shakes). Stephen would like to thank his Mom, Nana and Gracie for all their love and support. For Dad. www.StephenTShore.com
Jason Simon is so excited to set sail for Treasure Island! Most recently he was seen in New York as Edna in Hairspray at the Argyle Theatre and the Maître d’ in Susan Stroman’s production of The Merry Widow at the Metropolitan Opera. You might have also seen Jason on PBS as Sheriff Vallon in the Live from Lincoln Center NY Philharmonic’s concert of Show Boat, Dick Dead-Eye in HMS Pinafore, or Cleopas in Easter Mysteries. Other TV/Film: Spongebob Squarepants: Sponge Out Of Water, White Collar, Exploitation and I’d Kill For You. Nat’l tours: Sister Act, Wizard of Oz, The Producers, CATS, The Scarlet Pimpernel and Funny Girl. Regional: The Guthrie, Fulton Theatre, Cape Playhouse, Barrington Stage, Ogunquit Playhouse and Merry-Go-Round. Love and thanks to my beautiful wife, Tara! www.jasonEsimon.com
Mike Styer is thrilled to be back at the Fulton! Previously at the Fulton: Footloose, The Wizard of Oz. Other favorite credits: Benny (Guys and Dolls), Rolf (The Sound of Music), Georg (Spring Awakening), cabarets with Mauckingbird Theatre Company, SALT Performing Arts, and Voice of Equality Productions. Mike’s other passion is Mike Styer Photography, specializing in headshots and portraits. Many thanks to Marc, Randall, and all involved with the show. “You contain multitudes.” michaelstyer.com
Travis Taylor is thrilled to return to the Fulton Theatre after making his Fulton Debut in The Hunchback of Norte Dame. He most recently spent the previous two years on the national tour of The Phantom of the Opera. Big shout out to Chicago, IL where he did work with: Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Drury Lane Oakbrook, Marriott Theatre, Paramount Theatre, and Porchlight Music Theatre. Special thanks to: the creative team of The Fulton, especially Marc, for making this possible!
Richard Weaver is so thrilled to be returning to Fulton for his third show! Last year was his debut here at the Fulton when he was cast in Disney’s Newsies (Extra). He had just finished singing in the The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Choir). Back in April he played one of his favorite roles in Cavod Theatre’s production of Seussical the Musical (Horton the Elephant). You can go see Richard in December for EPAC’s production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Ensemble). Richard is so honored to be a part of this amazing show! A big thanks to God, family, and MR.
Jordon Ross Weinhold
Jordon Ross Weinhold was last seen on Fulton’s stage in The Full Monty. Favorite credits include Peter and the Starcatcher (Black Stache), The Producers (Roger DeBris), Into The Woods (Baker), Sweeney Todd (Pirelli), Hairspray (Corny Collins), Great Expectations (Herbert Pocket), My Fair Lady (Henry Higgins u/s), The School For Scandal (Teazle) and Shear Madness (Mikey). When not on stage, Jordon is creating orchestrations for musical theatre. Orchestrations: Cloak and Dagger (Signature Theatre, Eric Schaeffer), The Liberace Musical (Off-Broadway), The Cobalteans (Off-Broadway), Annie (London), Sweet Charity (London), Into The Woods (Harvard University) and GLEE’s Alex Newell In Concert (Pittsburgh CLO). Education: Point Park University. www.jordonrweinhold.com
Anson J. H. Woodin
Mr. Emery Ingraham, U/S Abraham Gray, U/S Mr. Alan Bonet’
Anson J. H. Woodin is a recent graduate with a Masters of Music from the University of Illinois. He is originally from Ames, Iowa where he attended Iowa State University. He is excited to be back at the Fulton after performing in The Hunchback of Notre Dame and a staged reading of It Happened In Key West. Other recent credits include Fred in Kiss Me, Kate, Freddy in My Fair Lady and Cinderella’s Prince/Wolf in Into the Woods. He is very happy to be able to spend more time in Lancaster and very thankful for the support of his family and friends!
Robert Balfour, U/S Jim Hawkins
Theatre: James in James and the Giant Peach (Paramount Theater – Boston), Peter Pan in the new musical workshop Follow My Light (Greene Theater – Boston), Harold Bride in Titanic (Majestic Theater – Boston). Film: Home, Spineless, The Keep, Millennium Bug. Television: Girls (HBO) Boystown (Pilot). Two time winner of the Green Gala competition for original sketch/stand-up comedy. Training: Emerson College – BFA Musical Theatre and Comedy Writing/Performance. Thank you to my incredibly supportive family, friends, Jerry, Julia, and this immensely talented cast and crew! Insta: @anthonyzambito_ www.anthonyzambito.com