Bailey is ecstatic to be here working on this iconic bucket list play! Fulton credits: White Christmas, The Play That Goes Wrong. She was awarded the 2022 Finlayson Award for Acting Excellence at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, credits include: Clue, Trouble in Mind, Ragtime, Julius Caesar. Other theatres: Arrow Rock Lyceum, Musical Theatre West, Hunterdon Hills Playhouse, Rubicon Theatre. University of Alabama alumni (roll tide). Gratitude to Marc, Joey, Kevin, & my family! www.baileyblaise.com
Kim is thrilled to be back at the Fulton Theatre after last appearing in Other Desert Cities, and Gypsy! Some favorite credits include: Arden Theatre, Delaware Theater, People’s Light, John W Engeman, Virginia Stage Co, Philadelphia Theatre Co, 59 E 59, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Bristol Riverside, and Azuka Theatre. Love and thanks to my John, Annie, and Matt!
Very pleased to be back on stage at the Fulton, especially in the Groff Series. Previously in the Tell Studio, director of “Doubt”, “Fulton Holiday Cabaret”, “Blackbird”, “4000 Days”. Many thanks to Marc, Joey, and Kevin for the opportunity to work on this titanic piece of American theatre. Many thanks to our Fulton audiences for all of their support of live theatre. Special thanks to Linda W. for her inspirational note about Albee. Love, as ever, to P, J, & J.
Spencer made his Broadway debut as the titular role in The Winslow Boy. 1st National Tours: Billy Elliot; The Grinch. World Premieres: Buzz (Alabama Shakespeare Festival), Nibbler (Rattlestick), Con College (STL Fringe). Regional: Georg in She Loves Me (Link Theatre), Barnaby in Hello, Dolly (Marriott Theatre), Davey in Newsies (The Muny), Peter in Peter and the Starcatcher (STL Rep). He received his Masters in Acting from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Shannen Michael Doyle
Shannen Michael Doyle is thrilled to make her Fulton debut! Most recently, Shannen played Wendla in Spring Awakening at the Milton Theatre. Regional Credits include: Rent at the Algonquin, Little Women (Jo) at Holmdel Theatre Company! When not auditioning, Shannen is a singing server at Ellen’s Stardust Diner in Times Square. Shannen wants to thank Joey, as well as the cast and creative team for this opportunity. Eternally grateful for the support of my family, friends and Aaron. This one’s for Uncle Al! @shannenmichaeldoyle
Jordan is a 2022 BFA graduate of the University of the Arts. Past credits: Walnut St. Theatre’s Cinderella (Jean Michele u/s). EPAC’s Spongebob the Musical (Spongebob), Pippin (Lewis), West Side Story (A-Rab). Reading Theatre Project’s Grave Concerns (Tony) and Everybody Hates This Place (Barista). 1st St. Players’ She Kills Monsters (Miles). UArts’ A Public Reading…Disney (Roy Disney), Fuente Ovejuna (King) Much love and gratitude to teachers, family, and friends. www.jordanparkereck.com
Tim is delighted to make his Fulton debut. Long a teacher with the Fulton’s education program and a local actor, he is also a teacher of Performing Arts at La Academia Partnership Charter School in Lancaster. Favorites include EPAC’s The Crucible (Proctor), The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Nighttime (Ed), The Elephant Man (Merrick), Hand To God (Pastor Greg), Hamlet (Hamlet), The Pillowman (Katurian). He is a founding member of the sketch comedy troupe Happy Time Explosion Show.
Hanley is so honored and grateful to return to The Fulton where she has been seen in Les Miserables, Venus in Fur, Murder on the Orient Express, The Sound of Music, and White Christmas. She is also an arts educator and a member of the folk trio, A Band Called Honalee. Love to W, family, and everyone at The Fulton.
*Members of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.