June 2, 2022 – July 17, 2022

NOTICE: Performances of Disney’s The Little Mermaid are canceled through Sunday, July 3. Performances will resume Wednesday, July 6.

Disney’s The Little Mermaid

Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Glenn Slater
Book by Doug Wright
Directed by Jerry Lee

Dive into a magical world of mermaids, sea witches, and singing sea life! Ariel, King Triton’s youngest daughter, wishes to pursue the human Prince Eric in the world above, bargaining with the evil sea witch, Ursula, to trade her tail for legs. But the bargain is not what it seems, and Ariel needs the help of her colorful friends, Flounder the fish, Scuttle the seagull, and Sebastian the crab to restore order under the sea.

Disney’s The Little Mermaid is presented through special arrangement with Musical Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.mtishows.com

Cast

Abigail Campbell (Ariel) is thrilled to return to Sierra Rep for this summer under the sea! Originally from NJ, she received her BFA in Musical Theater at UMiami and then lived in NYC for several years. Now, Abigail is grateful to call San Francisco home! Favorite credits include: Molly in Peter and the Starcatcher (Adrienne Arsht Center), Sister Mary Robert in Sister Act (Theater Bay Area Award Winner), and Andy in the original cast of Coming Soon. Always, for Ev&Teddy.

Justin Burr

Justin Burr

Prince Eric

Justin Burr (Prince Eric is a NYC based actor thrilled to be making his Sierra Rep and West Coast debut! Select Regional credits include: Forever Plaid & Plaid Tidings (Smudge), Joseph…Dreamcoat (Those Canaan Days), Scrooge, The Musical (Bob Cratchit), Peter and the Starcatcher (Mrs.Bumbrake), and Bright Star (Stanford Adams). Justin is originally from Rochester, NY and is a proud BFA graduate of Fredonia State University of NY. Love and thanks to his family and friends.

Kaylene Howard (Sebastian) is so excited to be making her debut with Sierra Rep! She hails from Fresno, California, but has spent time in Santa Maria at the Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts and recently in Milwaukee, where she was an Emerging Professional Resident at Milwaukee Rep. Some of her favorite performances include The Wolves, The Taming, The Cake (she likes plays that start with ‘the’ apparently), and The Winter’s Tale.

Brenda O’Brien began her theater career in San Diego, where she was seen as Judas in Godspell, Louise in Gypsy, Nicki in Sweet Charity, and Viola in Twelfth Night (to name a few). She received awards for her roles as Ouisa in Six Degrees of Separation, Joan in Dames at Sea, Aldonza in Man of La Mancha, and Electra in Gypsy. Brenda then went on to perform as Svetlana in the 1st National tour of Chess. Soon after she began portraying Carmen San Diego on the PBS television show and video games. In addition to acting, Brenda is an accomplished make-up artist and hairdresser for TV, Film, and Theater. She received her 25 years on Broadway pin in 2019 for her work on Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Les Misérables, Jekyll & Hyde, and Disney’s The Lion King. SRT Audiences might remember her as Tanya in Mamma Mia (2018), or as Tootie in Meet Me in St. Louis (2021). So glad to be back!

Sincée J. Daniels

Sincée J. Daniels *

King Triton/Pilot

Sincée J. Daniels (Triton/Pilot) is proud to be back at SRT after last appearing here as Dr. John Prentice in Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner in 2019. A New York (long-time) transplant, he keeps busy there with ample print, commercial and television work while also working as a videographer/editor and photographer. “King Triton” is dream role in this wonderful production and Sincée couldn’t be happier to join this talented cast! “A special thanks to Scott Viets for having me back and Anne and Ron Jacobs for hosting me again in their beautiful home.” Carpe Diem.

Kevin is thankful to be back on the SRT stage! A transplant actor from New England and New York, he acted in the Bay Area for 20 years and founded Limelight Actors Theater (an award winning/TBA Nominated company) before moving here in 2019.  Recent favorites include Disney’s The Little Mermaid (Grimsby, SRT), Murder on the Orient Express (Michel, SRT), The Velocity of Autumn (Christopher, LAT)The Outgoing Tide (Jack, LAT), and The 39 Steps (Hannay, LAT). Kevin is the Manager of Development Operations at SRT and loves Christmas almost as much as Buddy. Love and thanks to Alan and Bodhi.

Alex Alansalon (Scuttle) is ecstatic to be returning to SRT for another fantastical show! Last seen in Shrek the Musical here at Sierra Rep, he can’t wait to share another amazing experience with this wonderful cast. A valley kid born and raised, he has done many productions across the greater Modesto area, ranging from Newsies, Footloose, Sons of the Prophet, and Peter and the Starcatcher. He wants to thank his friends and family for their unending support and hopes you enjoy the show!

Olivia Marie Jones

Olivia Marie Jones

Andrina/Ensemble

Olivia Marie Jones (Andrina/Ensemble; u/s Ursula/Sebastian) is excited to dingle-hop back on stage with Sierra Rep; having just completed SRT’s run of Steel Magnolias as Annelle Dupuy-Desoto. Earning her BFA in Musical Theater from Missouri State University, her other selected credits include; Sheila Franklin in Hair, Macy in The Cake, Francine/Lena in Clybourne Park, Lorraine in All Shook Up, Trix in The Drowsy Chaperone, and Sarah in Ragtime. Olivia would like to thank SRT’s Creative Team as well as her Friends & Family back home.

Jackie Thompson

Jackie Thompson

Arista/Ensemble

Jackie is thrilled to return to Sierra Rep’s stage! She recently achieved her BFA in Musical Theatre from Cornish College of the Arts and is a graduate of the PCPA Acting Conservatory. A few of Jackie’s favorite productions include Shrek and The Wizard of Oz (Sierra Rep), Men on Boats (Cornish College), and Freaky Friday (PCPA). She would like to thank her friends, family, and her fellow peers for their constant love and support.

Fiona Mowbray

Fiona Mowbray

Allana/Ensemble

Fiona Mowbray (Allana/Ensemble; Dance Captain) is delighted to be returning to Sierra Rep! Past SRT credits: Camelot and White Christmas. She is a graduate of Western Kentucky University with degrees in Musical Theatre (BFA) and International Business (BS) and is currently based in NYC. Favorite credits include Singin’ in the Rain (Kathy Selden) and The Drowsy Chaperone (Janet Van De Graaff). Many thanks to her family for their constant support.

Katia Burke

Katia Burke

Atina/Ensemble

Katia Burke (Atina/Ensemble) is thrilled to be making her debut with Sierra Rep. She works as SRT’s Guest Experience Manager, but has been acting all her life and feels at home on stage. She would like to thank her family and friends for their love and support, especially her boyfriend, Dayne, who encouraged her to apply for the job in the first place. She hopes that everyone enjoys the show!

Marlee Tierney

Marlee Tierney

Adela/Ensemble

Marlee Tierney (Adela/Ensemble) is thrilled to be joining Sierra Rep for this Disney classic. Her favorite credits include The Music Man In Concert with the Pacific Symphony and Cabaret at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In addition to theater, she recently made her directing debut on the feature film The Women’s Project. She is currently finishing up her degrees in Musical Theater, Visual and Performing Arts Education, and Film/T.V./Media from UCLA.

Mia Mekjian

Mia Mekjian

Aquata/Ensemble

Mia Mekjian (Aquata/Ensemble; u/s Ariel) is thrilled to be swimming back to Sierra Rep! Last seen in Baskerville, she currently resides in sunny San Luis Obispo and is a graduate of PCPA. Recent favorites: Sylvia (Sylvia, The Great American Melodrama), The Music Man (Zaneeta Shinn, Utah Festival Opera). She’d like to thank her family for always supporting and believing in her, especially her dad.

Charlie Munday

Charlie Munday

Flotsam/Ensemble

Charlie is thrilled to be returning to Sierra Rep with Dogfight, after appearing in and choreographing this summer’s production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Charlie is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York and a Broadway World nominated choreographer for his work on Mamma Mia!, Elf: The Musical and Young Frankenstein. Charlie has been seen performing across stages both in Australia and the United States, credits include Matilda (Rudolpho), Mary Poppins (Neleus), The Addams Family (Lucas Beineke), Mamma Mia (Eddie), Cabaret, Damn Yankees, and Bright Star. Charlie would like to thank his incredible family in Australia as well as his friends and mentors.

Thaddeus Piett

Thaddeus Piett

Jetsam/Ensemble

Graduate of AMDA. This is Thad’s first show at Sierra Rep! Select Credits: Mamma Mia! (Pepper), Newsies (Romeo), Sister Act (TJ), Swing! The Musical, Bring it On The Musical (Cameron, Cheer Captain, Co-choreographer, u/s Twig, La Cienega), Mary Poppins (Neleus), Guys and Dolls (Scranton Slim), Tarzan The Musical. TV: Marshall in Paw Patrol Live! (Paramount+). Glory to God, love to my family.

Kabir Gandhi

Kabir Gandhi

Chef Louis/Ensemble

Kabir Gandhi (Chef Louis/Ensemble) is a rising senior at Indiana University where he is pursuing his BFA in Musical Theatre and minor in Business. He is thrilled to make his debut at Sierra Rep with this production. Kabir has previously performed at Okoboji Summer Theatre in Urinetown (Bobby), and Grease (Teen Angel), Cardinal Stage Company in A Year with Frog and Toad  (Snail/Ensemble), and Bloomington Playwrights Project Modern (Kyle/Ensemble). Kabir wouldn’t be where he is today without the support from his family, friends, and community.

Asher Berg

Asher Berg

Flounder

Asher Berg (Flounder) is 11 years old and attends Sonora Elementary School.  He is so excited to make his debut at SRT with this production.  Most recently Asher was the television-obsessed Mike Teavee in SRT Jr.’s Willy Wonka KIDS. When he is not on the stage, Asher enjoys long-distance running, super competitive Four Square games, and playing with friends.

Bree Igoe

Bree Igoe

Windward/Ensemble

Bree Igoe (Windward/Ensemble) is 10 years old and is a student at Gold Rush Charter School. Last summer she delivered some amazing one-liners as Grumpy Dwarf in SRT’s Shrek. This spring she got many laughs as the over-indulgent enabler Mrs. Gloop in SRT Jr’s Wonka KIDS. Bree is always looking to bring joy to those around her with a good story and her full-body laugh. When she’s not talking or singing, she is busy daydreaming about the marvelous things she plans to do with her life.

Quinn Igoe

Quinn Igoe

Ensemble

Quinn Igoe (Ensemble) is 12 years old and hopes to attend Connections Academy this fall as an official middle schooler.  She is truly thrilled to return to the SRT stage for the second time, previously as desperate and forgotten Young Fiona and ensemble in Shrek. Most recently, she was mega brat Veruca Salt in SRT Jr’s Wonka KIDS. Contrary to her most recent role, Quinn is kind, thoughtful, and so genuinely passionate about life’s experiences. She loves learning, reading, singing, and dancing.

Alice James

Alice James

Ensemble

Alice James (Ensemble) is in 7th grade at Connection Visual and Performing Arts Academy where she just wrapped up playing Lavender in Matilda Jr. Alice has been dancing competitively with Motherlode Dance Academy for four years. Some favorite credits include Lily St Regis in Annie KIDS, Youth Swing in The Wizard of Oz, Moth in Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tin-Man in The Wizard of Oz Youth Edition, and Chip in Beauty and the Beast. She would like to say thank you to her parents and sister. 

Ruby E. James is elated to be a part of this production. She most recently appeared as Ariel in SRT Jr’s production of The Little Mermaid Jr. She is a Junior at Connections Visual and Performing Arts Academy. Other past favorites include: The Little Mermaid (SRT), Matilda (SCT) Annie KIDS (SRT Jr.), Shrek (SRT), Willy Wonka KIDS (SRT Jr.), Alice in Wonderland (CSTARS) Footloose (CVAPAA), The Wizard of Oz (SRT), The Wizard of Oz: Youth Edition (SRT Jr.), Suessical (CSTARS). She was awarded and Elly Award and Willy Award for her performance in Matilda at Stockton Civic Theatre. A huge thank you to her friends and family. Happy Holidays and enjoy the show!

Artistic Team

Alan Menken

Alan Menken

Composer

Alan Menken (Composer). Theater: God Bless You Mr Rosewater, Little Shop Of Horrors, Real Life Funnies, Atina: Evil Queen Of The Galaxy, Kicks, The Apprenticeship Of Duddy Kravitz, Beauty And The Beast, A Christmas Carol, Weird Romance, King David, Der Glöckner Von Notre Dame, The Little Mermaid, Sister Act, Leap Of Faith, Aladdin and Newsies. Film: Little Shop Of Horrors, The Little Mermaid, Beauty And The Beast, Newsies, Aladdin, Pocahontas, The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, Hercules, Life With Mikey, Lincoln, Home On The Range, Noel, Enchanted, Shaggy Dog, Tangled and Mirror Mirror. Songs: Rocky V, Home Alone 2 and Captain America. Awards: 8 Oscars (19 nominations), 11 Grammys (including Song of the Year), 7 Golden Globes, Tony® (plus 4 nominations), Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, New York Drama Critics, Olivier and London’s Evening Standard Award, Drama League. Honors: Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, Doctorates from New York University and University of North Carolina School of the Arts.

Howard Ashman (Lyrics) Best known as a pivotal creative mind behind the renaissance of Disney animation and his work on The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, and Beauty and The Beast (which is dedicated to, “Our friend, Howard Ashman, who gave a Mermaid her voice and a Beast his soul…”) Ashman’s first love was theater. Ashman was a founder of off off Broadway’s renowned WPA Theater, where he conceived, wrote, and directed God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, as well as the classic musical, Little Shop of Horrors (both music by Alan Menken). In 1986, he wrote and directed the Broadway musical Smile (music by Marvin Hamlisch). Lamented as a lost treasure of the 1980’s theater scene, Smile remains popular on High School and College campuses throughout the country. Howard Ashman died in 1991 from complications of AIDS.

Glenn Slater (Lyrics) co-created Disney’s 2010 worldwide smash Tangled (2011 Grammy Winner, 2010 Oscar and Golden Globe nominee), as well as the Broadway and international hit musicals Sister Act (2011 Tony nominee – Best Score) and The Little Mermaid (2008 Tony nominee – Best Score, Grammy nominee – Best Cast Album), and, most recently School of Rock (2015). With longtime collaborator Alan Menken, he is Executive Producer and Lyricist for the ABC-TV musical comedy series Galavant, and has also written songs for the Disney animated film Home On The Range (2004) and the Broadway musical Leap of Faith (Tony nominee – Best Musical, 2012). In the West End, Glenn provided both book and lyrics for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Love Never Dies (2010 Olivier nominee – Best Musical), the sequel to The Phantom of the Opera. Other work includes an Emmy-nominated song for the ABC-TV comedy The Neighbors (2013), and the stage revue Newyorkers at The Manhattan Theatre Club (Lucille Lortel, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle nominations). Glenn is the recipient of the prestigious Kleban Award for Lyrics, the ASCAP/Richard Rogers New Horizons Award, and the Jonathan Larson Award. He is an alumnus of the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop, and a member of both ASCAP and the Dramatists’ Guild.

Doug Wright

Doug Wright

Playwright

Doug Wright (Book) GLAAD Media Award, an Outer Critics Circle Award, a Drama League Award and a Lucille Lortel Award for I Am My Own Wife. His screen adaptation of Quills was named Best Picture by the National Board of Review and nominated for three Academy Awards. Doug was cited by the American Academy of Arts and Letters and awarded the Tolerance Prize from the Kulturforum Europa. Currently, he serves on the board of the New York Theatre Workshop and serves as Secretary on the Dramatists Guild Council. Works include: Interrogating the Nude (1988), Quills (1995), Unwrap Your Candy (2001), I Am My Own Wife (2003), Grey Gardens (book) (2006), The Little Mermaid (book) (2007), The Pavilion (2009).

Jerry Lee

Jerry Lee *

Director

Jerry Lee is SRT’s Associate Artistic Director. He’s appeared in the SRT productions of Shrek The Musical, Camelot, Cabaret, Route 66, Intimate Apparel, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Man of La Mancha, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s State Fair, and The Drowsy Chaperone. As an actor: I Love You…Change, Forbidden Broadway (California Musical Theatre); Life Could Be a Dream, A Christmas Carol (CenterREP); A Little Princess, The Fantasticks (Sacramento Theatre Company); West Side Story (Mountain Play); Orlando, An Iliad, A Tale of Two Cities (SacImpulse Theatre). As a director: Dogfight, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Steel Magnolias, Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka KIDS, I Love You…Change, The Wizard of Oz, Holiday Jukebox, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, The Robber Bridegroom (SRT); I Love You…Change (STC). Lee began his association with Sierra Rep in 2010 when he stepped in as a replacement in Guys and Dolls.

In 2019, Lee created SRT in Schools, a touring program that brings live professional theatre to Tuolumne County schools free of charge.

Charlie Munday

Charlie Munday

Choreographer

Charlie is thrilled to be returning to Sierra Rep with Dogfight, after appearing in and choreographing this summer’s production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Charlie is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York and a Broadway World nominated choreographer for his work on Mamma Mia!, Elf: The Musical and Young Frankenstein. Charlie has been seen performing across stages both in Australia and the United States, credits include Matilda (Rudolpho), Mary Poppins (Neleus), The Addams Family (Lucas Beineke), Mamma Mia (Eddie), Cabaret, Damn Yankees, and Bright Star. Charlie would like to thank his incredible family in Australia as well as his friends and mentors.

Scott Michaelsen

Scott Michaelsen

Music Director

Scott Michaelsen (Music Director) hails from Central Oregon and is thrilled to return to SRT, following previous music direction for Grease in 2019 and Camelot in 2020. He holds a BA in music composition and music technology from Seattle Pacific University and has been in love with music and the piano since the age of five. Other recent credits include The Full Monty and A Christmas Story The Musical (Suncoast Broadway Dinner Theatre), original cabaret shows Unchained Melodies and Three Pianos (Florida Studio Theatre) and an outdoor production of Into the Woods (Lay it Out Events, Bend, OR).

Tijana Bjelajac

Tijana Bjelajac

Scenic & Projection Designer

Tijana Bjelajac (Scenic & Projection Designer) is a New York/Los Angeles based, international set designer and visual artist. She is born in Belgrade, Serbia. She received her B.F.A. in Fine Arts and Scenography from Belgrade University and her M.F.A. in theater design from Boston University. Her work includes set designs, paintings, installations, and sculptures. She has worked on a set design for Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, operas such as The Magic Flute for Sidney Opera House and numerous Broadway and off-Broadway shows. Her paintings and installations have been exhibited in New York City, Los Angeles, Prague, and Belgrade. Tijana is the recipient of the prestigious Kahn Award for extraordinary talents (2007) and several nominations and awards for outstanding set designs. She is a member of the United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829, IATSE since 2013.

Lukas Pirmin Wassmann

Lukas Pirmin Wassmann

Costume Designer

Lukas Pimin Wassmann (Costume Designer) received his BFA at the HAW Hamburg, Germany in 2017 and his MFA in 2021 at NYU Tisch. Before studying abroad in 2016 at the California State University Long Beach, Lukas assisted in Moscow, Hamburg, Berlin, Vienna, Zurich, and Salzburg in opera, musical, and film. He worked as a costume and scenic designer in Luxembourg, Hamburg, Berlin, New York, and in Chemnitz where he designed My Fair Lady, directed by Erik Petersen, whom he also currently works with on scenery and costumes for the operetta Viktoria & Her Hussar. Recently he worked with Rakesh Palisetty on Hedda Gabbler at Columbia University, Much Ado About Nothing at Two River Theater, and with Jacob Sexton on Echo, In A Diner, written by Evie Mason and Indian Summer by Gregory S. Moss. Lukas is excited to come back to Sierra Rep after designing the costumes for Murder on the Orient Express and Steel Magnolias.

William Brown

William Brown

Lighting Designer

William Brown is a New York City-based Lighting Designer. He has collaborated in the past with Disney Theatrical Group, Grammy Award-winning artists, and designed in Europe with RWS Entertainment Group. William also serves as the Lighting Director for the renowned modern dance company, José Limón, and tours around the country with the company. Recent designs include Steel Magnolias; The Little Mermaid (Sierra Rep); A Chorus Line (New London Barn Playhouse); Assistant Design credits include Off-B’way: Coal Country (Audible Theatre/The Public Theatre); The Patsy (Transport Group). Regional: Kinky Boots; Or, What She Will (Hangar); Romeo & Juliet (The Huntington); Fellow Travelers (Boston Lyric Opera); Camelot (Charlottesville Opera). BFA: SCAD; MFA: Boston University.

Julian Kelley

Julian Kelley

Video Designer

Julian Kelley (Video Designer) is a projection designer, motion graphics artist, and 3D animator currently pursuing his MFA in Video & Media Design at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Drama. Selected projection design credits include Fort Dicks: The Musical (American Theatre of Actors, NYC), Hide and Seek (Feinstein’s/54 Below, NYC) Caged (Passage Theatre, Trenton NJ), and Fun Home (4th Wall Theatre, Montclair NJ). Julian is excited to work at the Sierra Rep for the first time!

Brenda O'Brien

Brenda O’Brien *

Hair & Make-Up Designer

Brenda O’Brien began her theater career in San Diego, where she was seen as Judas in Godspell, Louise in Gypsy, Nicki in Sweet Charity, and Viola in Twelfth Night (to name a few). She received awards for her roles as Ouisa in Six Degrees of Separation, Joan in Dames at Sea, Aldonza in Man of La Mancha, and Electra in Gypsy. Brenda then went on to perform as Svetlana in the 1st National tour of Chess. Soon after she began portraying Carmen San Diego on the PBS television show and video games. In addition to acting, Brenda is an accomplished make-up artist and hairdresser for TV, Film, and Theater. She received her 25 years on Broadway pin in 2019 for her work on Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Les Misérables, Jekyll & Hyde, and Disney’s The Lion King. SRT Audiences might remember her as Tanya in Mamma Mia (2018), or as Tootie in Meet Me in St. Louis (2021). So glad to be back!

Tatiana Covington-Parra is thrilled to be diving into another season at Sierra Rep after a whirlwind 2021 return. Beginning as a sound engineer at Modesto Junior College, she is grateful to have found a community and the opportunity to grow as an artist thanks to the guidance and support of the SRT company. Her favorite design work at SRT includes Cabaret, The Wizard of Oz, and Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. She would like to thank her Mom, Grandma, family, friends, the MJC Theatre staff, and all her mentors for always allowing her to create, explore, and grow with love.

Kimily Conkle

Kimily Conkle

Dialect Coach

Kimily Conkle (Dialect Coach) recently coached Steel Magnolias for SRT and is delighted to join the creative team once again. She has coached dialects extensively throughout the Bay Area, including 20 shows for TheatreWorks (notably the world premiere of Memphis). Other theatres include Marin Theatre Company, San Jose Stage, South Bay Musical Theatre, Broadway by the Bay, Los Altos Stage, The Mountain Play, Foothill Music Theatre, Palo Alto Players, Tabard Theatre, Dragon Productions, Pear Theatre, Woodside Community Theatre, Hillbarn Theatre, Ross Valley Players, and at Stanford University and Santa Rosa Junior College. Kimily has performed with TheatreWorks, San Jose Stage, PCPA Theaterfest, Western Stage, Los Altos Conservatory Theatre, Empire Plush Room, Palo Alto Players, and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. She is a former member of the Theatre Arts faculty at Foothill College and received her training from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, American Conservatory Theater, and Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts.

Alicia Lerner

Alicia Lerner *

Stage Manager

Alicia Lerner (Stage Manager) is excited to return to Sierra Rep. She most recently stage managed Center REPertory Company’s production of Our Town. Other stage management credits include Meet Me in St. Louis: A Live Radio Play (Sierra Repertory Theatre); Stoop Stories (Aurora Theatre Company); A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Scrooge in Love!, Once, 110 in the Shade, and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (42nd Street Moon); Hedwig and the Angry Inch (San Jose Stage Company and National Tour). She holds a BFA in Media-Film Studies from The University of California, San Diego and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity.

Maggie Braun

Maggie Braun *

Assistant Stage Manager

Maggie Braun (Stage Manager) is thrilled to be back at her theatre home! SRT: Steel Magnolias, Murder on the Orient Express, Route 66, The Wizard of Oz, Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery, and Million Dollar Quartet. With her associate degree in Theater from Modesto Junior College, she is proud to have her dream job here in Sonora. She would like to thank her family, best friends, and Connor for supporting her in her journey of chasing her dreams. “Look ma, I made it!”

* indicates member of Actors’ Equity Association (AEA)
† indicates member of United Scenic Artists (USA)
‡ indicates member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC)

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