schedule

December 7 7:30PM
December 8 7:30PM
December 9 8:00PM
December 10 11:00AM

Location

Sacred Heart University Community Theatre

1420 Post Road, Fairfield, CT 06825

Director
Music Director and Conductor
Rehearsal pianist
Dramaturg
Set Design
Lighting Design
Wardrobe
Dialect Coach

All is Calm- The Christmas Truce of 1914

Preview

  • Glenn Seven Allen

    Tenor

    Glenn Seven Allen is garnering critical acclaim on theatre, opera, and concert stages throughout the United States as a consummate singing actor, lauded for his dynamic interpretations of heroes and leading men alike. Mr. Allen was hailed by Opera News as an “Edwardian matinee idol, giving by far the most detailed dramatic performance.” This season, Allen performs in New York City Opera’s All is Calm, with performances slated in both NYC and London. Last season, Mr. Allen created the role of John in the premiere of Southern Crossings at Barnard College, in addition to Rodolfo in Soo Theatre’s La bohème. Allen also performed as a soloist in both Opera Meets Broadway and the Romeo & Juliet Ball with Gulfshore Opera, and as tenor soloist in Kings, Giants & Robots at American Modern Ensemble.

  • Michael Boley

    Tenor

    Tenor Michael Boley is an exponent of the romantic Italian and French repertoire whose recent performance highlights include Hermann in Pique Dame, Calaf in Turandot, Cavaradossi in Tosca, Rodolfo in La bohème, and Hoffmann in Les contes d’Hoffmann. Popular with audiences and critics alike, Michael has been praised for his “meaty tenor” and “vibrant, dramatically alert performances” (Mercury News), “firm-voiced” characterizations (Opera Today), and that “...he brought down the house with his rendition of ‘Nessun Dorma’ in the third act.” (Northside Sun - Jackson, MS). Mr. Boley has performed principal assignments for New York City Opera, Opera San Jose, West Bay Opera, Mississippi Opera, Berkeley Chamber Opera, Little Opera Company of New York, Opera Charleston, and Opera Columbus among others.

  • Shelby Condray

    Bass

    Shelby Condray is known for his mercurial career choices, bacchanalian hospitality, jovial personality, and singing really low notes that sound pretty. After decades in school studying chemical engineering, neuroscience, opera, and theology, he holds masters degrees from Yale and Boston University. He escaped his bucolic childhood spent in Texas and Kansas homes lacking plumbing when his father’s military career took the family to exciting places such as rural Kentucky; Ansbach, Germany; Utica, New York; and Broomfield, Colorado. Since moving to San Diego — for the weather — he has appeared regularly with the San Diego Opera (Count Ceprano, Aldeano 3, and chorus) and other local companies. Previous engagements include jazz and gospel concerts in Mongolia, Russia, and Cuba, Don Alfonso in Barbados, Colline in France, and Beethoven’s 9th after the Boston Marathon bombing. He is most proud of his volunteer work with children and post-Katrina gospel performances in Biloxi, Mississippi. Mr. Condray is also a NY Times published writer and visual artist (onelineink.com). He pays the bills as a communications manager for an advanced mathematics software development company.

  • Walter DuMelle

    Bass

    Bass, Walter DuMelle returns to NYCO, having made his debut as Grenvil in this past summer’s production of La traviata. For more than thirty-five years he has been engaging audiences singing with such companies and festivals as Skylight, DiCapo, Des Moines Metro, Central City, Chautauqua, Natchez, Intermountain, Bronx, Connecticut Grand, Utah Festival, Ash Lawn, and the Opera Theaters of Chicago, Rochester and Connecticut. In 2012 DuMelle co-founded, with his wife Diana DuMelle, Bodhi Tree Concerts, a performing-arts non-profit, presenting concerts and donating profits back to charitable organizations. In 2017 he performed the title role in BTC’s production of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies’ 8 Songs for a Mad King, winning “Best in Fest” at the San Diego International Fringe Festival. Now a San Diego based artist, he has performed frequently with San Diego Opera, Lyric Opera SD, Coronado Playhouse, La Jolla Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, and Bach Collegium San Diego. He also performs regularly with Opera de Tijuana, having sung such roles as Timur, Frère Laurent, Bartolo, Sacristano, and the Bonze. Upcoming engagements with San Diego Opera include the role of the Colonel (The Falling and the Rising) and Pinellino (Gianni Schicchi). He received his Master’s in Music from the Eastman School of Music.

  • Spencer Hamlin

    Tenor

    Spencer Hamlin has been praised by Opera News for his “scintillatingly smooth” and “dazzling Italianate” voice. In 2022 he debuted several roles in NYCO’s premiere of Ricky Ian Gordon’s The Garden of the Finzi-Continis, Il Cantatore in the verismo masterpiece Giulietta e Romeo with Teatro Grattacielo, Dr. Caius in Raylynmor Opera’s production of Falstaff, Second Nazarene in Salome with Tulsa Opera, Alfredo in La Traviata with Opera Theater of Connecticut, and Albert in Rachmaninoff’s The Miserly Knight with Odyssey Opera where Bachtrack said "Spencer Hamlin negotiated Albert’s high tessitura with expressive finesse...", and the Boston Globe said “Spencer Hamlin gave us an animated, complex Albert, underprivileged youth one moment, idle spendthrift the next.” He also sings Gianni Schicchi and Trial By Jury at Salt Marsh Opera, and returns to NYCO for All is Calm. Spencer returns to York Symphony as the tenor soloist in Puccini’s Messa di Gloria in 2023. In 2021, he sang Monostatos in The Magic Flute and Ruiz in Il Trovatore at the Glimmerglass Festival. He debuted the role of Don José in a virtual production of Carmen with Brooklyn College Conservatory and was a soloist in Playhouse on Park’s professionally filmed production of All is Calm. Other recent credits include Mr. Angel in The Impresario with Syracuse Opera, Almaviva in Il barbiere di Siviglia with Opera Theater of Connecticut, and tenor soloist in Handel’s Messiah with Symphoria

  • Andrew Konopak

    Baritone

    Andrew Konopak is a baritone who works with both San Diego Opera and Los Angeles Opera and has performed throughout Germany and Austria. Andrew has placed and advanced in competitions such as the Los Angeles Western Regional level of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, Musical Merit Foundation of San Diego, the Loren L. Zachary, and others. Notable appearances include Grégorio in Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette with San Diego Opera, Barone Douphol in Verdi’s La traviata with the FF Collective San Diego, All is Calm with Bodhi Tree Concerts and San Diego Opera, der Musiklehrer in Strauß’ Ariadne auf Naxos in Berlin, Captain Corcoran in H.M.S. Pinafore, Le Philosophe in Massenet’s Chérubin, and Belcore in Donizetti’s L’elisir D’amore. When he’s not singing, Andrew enjoys throwing axes and brewing beer in his garage.

  • Dimitrie Lazich

    Baritone

    Dimitrie Lazich recently joined Bard SummerScape Opera as the Barber in Die Schweigsamme Frau. Earlier this year, he made his debut with New York CIty Opera as Figaroin Il barbiere di Siviglia as well as the opera singer in Broadway’s Mrs. Doubtfire. With Pittsburgh Opera he sang El Dancaire in Carmen and Schaunard in La bohème. Other leading roles throughout the U.S. and abroad: Danillo in The Merry Widow, Papageno in The Magic Flute, Edwin Cheney in Daren Hagen’s Shining Brow, Dandini and Don Magnifico in La Cenerentola and The Villains in The Tales of Hoffmann. He debuted with the Staatsoper Stuttgart in Doctor Faustus and with De Nederlandse Reisopera in La traviata. In the UK, he sang Zurga in Les Pêcheurs de Perles and Escamillo in Carmen. In the Netherlands, he performed pops concerts and Escamillo in Carmen, The Musical and Escamillo in Carmen in the Royal Concertgebouw. His musical credits include: Maximilian in Candide and the 2nd gangster in Kiss Me Kate with Opera Theater of Pittsburgh. He was a soloist in Elijah, Carmina Burana, Messiah, St. Matthew's Passion, Faure and Durufle Requiems, Die Shöpfung, and made his Carnegie Hall Debut performing the solos in Messiah.

  • Jordan Weatherston Pitts

    Tenor

    Tenor Jordan Weatherston Pitts has been recognized for his "heroic", "passionate", and "bewitching" performances both on the operatic stage and in concert. He has been seen in The Wall Street Journal, New York Classical Review, the Financial Times, Opera News, OperaWire, The Boston Globe, Early Music America magazine, and The New York Times. He has made guest appearances on NPR, WQXR, New York 1, and ABC News as well as featured articles in The New Yorker and the London Times International. Jordan made his principal artist debut to critical acclaim as the drag queen Renata in Iain Bell and Mark Campbell’s world premiere of Stonewall with New York City Opera and continues an active performance schedule of romantic and lyric repertoire. His most recent roles include Roméo in Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette with the Hawaii Opera Theatre, a the magician (Nika Magadoff) in Menotti’s The Consul with Opera Saratoga, Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni, Achille in La belle Hélène, Rinuccio in Gianni Schicchi, Alfredo in La traviata, Younger Thompson in Tom Cipullo’s Glory Denied, Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly, and MacDuff in Verdi's Macbeth. In 2018 Jordan was both a Studio Artist with Opera Saratoga’s Young Artist Program as well as an Orvis Studio Artist with the Hawaii Opera Theatre. He has been a visiting artist at the University of Oregon, Longy School of Music and Boston University.

  • Timmy Simpson

    Tenor

    Tenor Timothy Simpson is delighted to bring the beautiful story of All is Calm to life once again! He has been part of Bodhi Tree Concerts’ All is Calm for 6 years and was recently featured in their production of Dido and Aeneas as Witch/Sailor. Along with having sung in 25+ productions as a core chorister with San Diego Opera, he is active with many San Diego ensembles. Timothy has been a featured soloist in Handel’s Messiah, Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Bach’s Magnifcat in D and Cantata 63, and several solo quartet concerts at First United Methodist Church of San Diego; Handel’s L’Allegro, Il Penseroso, ed il Moderato, Bach’s Cantata 140 and Vivaldi’s Lauda Jerusalem, and Schubert’s Mass in G, with Grossmont Symphony and Master Chorale; and Schubert’s Mass in Eb at Chapman University. In concert with San Diego Symphony, Timothy was featured in “Beyond the Score: Ives’ Symphony #2: Things Our Father Loved,” and the Symphony’s summer pops concert, as well as being a soloist in their Final Fantasy and Broadway Pops concerts. Timothy holds a Bachelors of Music in Vocal Performance from Chapman University, where he performed the roles of Ferrando in Così fan tutte, and Herr Eiler in The Impresario.

  • Michael Sokol

    Baritone

    Baritone Michael Sokol has had great success in opera and music theatre here in the United States and in Europe, in venues from the Metropolitan Opera, to the Philadelphia Orchestra, to Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago. As a performer in theatre and opera, he has performed roles from Mozart’s Count in Le nozze di Figaro, Puccini’s Marcello in La bohème, Henry Higgins in Lerner and Loewe’s My Fair Lady, and Emile de Becque in South Pacific. Very active in the creation of new music theatre, he created the role of Frank Lloyd Wright in the world premiere of Darren Hagen and Paul Muldoon’s opera Shining Brow, directed by Stephen Wadsworth, and the role of the Magician in the American premiere of Stephen Oliver’s Mario and the Magician, directed by Francesca Zambello. An expert in the comic masterpieces of Gilbert and Sullivan and Offenbach, he has appeared in and directed more than 17 of their respective works. Among Mr. Sokol’s collaborators and mentors are Martial Singher, Italo Tajo, John Reed, and Charles Anthony; conductors Charles Dutoit, James Levine, Julius Rudel, and Marko Letonja; and directors Fabrizio Melano, Keith Warner, Christopher Alden, and Ken Cazan. He is currently a company member and frequent performer with San Diego Opera.

  • Victor Starsky

    Tenor

    Victor Starsky is a native of Richmond Hill, New York, where he has learned and practiced his craft as a teacher, martial artist, and professional musician. Mr. Starsky was a participant of the 2019 Merola Opera Program and a 2020 San Francisco Opera Adler Fellow where he gratefully received the prestigious Shoshana Foundation’s Richard F. Gold Career Grant. Victor performed the role of Lt. B.F. Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly with Long Island Opera and made his role debut as the Duke in Verdi’s Rigoletto at Opera Modesto. In February 2020, he performed the role of Don José in his company debut with Opera Tampa. Opera Today writes: ”Victor Starsky's Don José is terrifying and compelling, with a voice that performs vocal acrobatics with strength and beauty that remains undiminished through his final line." Victor made his Carnegie Hall debut in April 2019 as the tenor soloist in Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass. In 2018, he traveled to Italy to perform the role of Alfredo in La Traviata, conducted by Audrey Saint-Gill. Victor sang Il Postiglione in La Fanciulla del West and Rodolfo in La Bohème with New York City Opera, and Tony in West Side Story with Opera North. In 2014, Mr. Starsky received the honor of a lifetime to perform the role of The Celebrant in Leonard Bernstein’s MASS with its premier conductor, Maestro Maurice Peress. Victor is blessed beyond expression to be a proud father and husband.

  • Woo Young Yoon

    Tenor

    Korean Tenor WooYoung Yoon recently made his role debut in Berlioz’s La Damnation de Faust with the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Costa Rica with Maestro John Nelson. This past season, WooYoung performed Almaviva in Rossini’s The Barber of Seville with Knoxville Opera and New York City Opera, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony with the Lubbock Symphony, returned to the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Costa Rica for Christus am Oelberg with Maestro Nelson, and made his Carnegie Hall debut as tenor soloist in Mozart’s Regina Coeli. This summer he performed Edgardo in Lucia di Lammermoor with New York City Opera in Bryant Park. A 2019 Grand Prize Winner in the Orpheus Competition, Mr. Yoon’s recent opera credits include Ferrando in Così fan tutte, Tito in La Clemenza di Tito, and Belmonte in Die Entführung aus dem Serail at the Manhattan School of Music. A 2018 Merola participant, he returned to San Francisco Opera the following season for a recital in the Schwabacher Recital Series, before joining the New Jersey State Opera as Rodolfo in La bohème. As a young artist at the Trentino Music Festival, he made his role debut as Don José in Carmen. He reprised the role the following season for the Martina Arroyo Foundation. Mr. Yoon was recently third prize winner in the Opera Columbus Cooper-Bing Competition. He was named a Metropolitan Opera National Council Eastern Regional Finalist, a finalist in the Harbin Competition, a semi-finalist in the Zachary Competition, and won the Grand Prix Prize at the Talents of the World Voice Competition, as well as the Audience Favorite Award. He won third place in the Marcella Sembrich International Voice Competition and was a winner in the Altamura/Caruso International Voice Competition and the Alfredo Silipigni Vocal Competition.

  • Richard Stafford ( Director )

    Richard Stafford made his New York City Opera debut in 2017 as director and choreographer of the American premiere of Antonio Literes’s Los Elementos. He was immediately re-engaged and directed and choreographed the company’s critically acclaimed 2018 double bill of Rameau's Pigmalion and the American premiere of Donizetti’s Pigmalione. Additional NYCO credits include choreography for Turandot (2018 with Opera Hong Kong) and, in 2019, choreography for Dear Erich and Stonewall. His Broadway credits include choreographer for In My Life at the Music Box Theatre, associate choreographer for Aspects of Love at the Broadhurst Theatre, and dance supervisor for Cats at the Winter Garden Theatre. Off-Broadway, he was choreographer for A Tree Grows in Brooklyn at St. Clements and director/choreographer for Castle Walk for the New York Musical Festival. Internationally he was director/choreographer for The Full Monty and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in Mexico City; Cats in Copenhagen, São Paulo, and Rio de Janeiro; choreographer for Jesus Christ Superstar in Mexico City; Evita in Sydney; and Cats in Mexico City and Buenos Aires. He has been choreographer for national tours of Cats, My Fair Lady, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Mr. Stafford won the Barrymore Award for outstanding choreography for La Cage aux Folles at the Walnut Street Theatre and the NYMF “Outstanding Choreography” award for Castle Walk.

  • Juan Carlos Acosta ( Music Director and Conductor )

    Juan Carlos Acosta is a critically acclaimed American conductor specializing in contemporary vocal music who has led world and regional premieres of choral works by Anthony Davis, Saunder Choi, Sarah Kirkland Snider, Kim André Arnesen, Brandon Waddles, and many others. He served as chorus master for the live world premiere of the film Star Trek: Beyond (Michael Giacchino) and the live premiere of music from the television series The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power (Bear McCreary). He has also conducted masterworks by Brahms (Ein deutsches Requiem), Haydn (Lord Nelson Mass), Menotti (Amahl and the Night Visitors), Handel (Messiah), Respighi (Lauda per la Natività del Signore), Bach (Magnificat), and Duke Ellington (Sacred Concert), and served as musical director and conductor for six productions of All Is Calm: the Christmas Truce of 1914, including San Diego Opera’s award-winning production, which was hailed as “excellent” by Broadway World, “masterfully conducted” by the San Diego Union-Tribune, and “nothing short of amazing” by OperaWire. Acosta is the Artistic Director of the San Diego-based chamber choir SACRA/PROFANA, which recently released its second full-length album “A Longing for Christmas” with Grammy award-winning producer Peter Rutenberg.

  • Kathryn Olander ( Rehearsal pianist )

    Recently hailed by Opera News for her “impressive playing,” Kathryn Olander is a frequent assistant conductor/pianist with New York City Opera as well as many regional opera houses. In addition to coaching privately she has held coaching positions with the Juilliard School of Music, Manhattan School of Music, and Chautauqua Institute. An avid recitalist, highlights include performances at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Hall and Zankel Hall, The Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bryant Park's concert series, the Hungarian Consulate of New York and the Polish Consulate of New York, and Bechstein Hall. Ms. Olander is a regular pianist with Reaching for the Arts and Opportunity Music Project, specializing in bringing music to underserved communities and Creative Stage. Ms. Olander began teaching piano at Northeastern University while earning her Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance at New England Conservatory and has since maintained a studio of private piano students.

  • Bill Van Horn ( Dramaturg )

    Bill Van Horn is an actor, writer, and director who works at The Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Artist Collective, The Theater at Monmouth in Maine, and many other theatres around the country. His latest role was as Mickey in Rocky, The Musical at the Walnut. He recently directed the national tour of The Hound of the Baskervilles by Ken Ludwig starring Ian Peakes. His next project will be a production of An Iliad by Lisa Peterson and Dennis O’Hare at The Theater at Monmouth. Last spring, his original adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Speckled Band premiered at The Walnut Street Theatre. He has provided voice overs for many documentaries including Wagner’s Jews, God’s Fiddler, and Workshop for Peace. He is the co-writer of the documentaries Khachaturian and Caruso, the latter written with Michael Capasso. He has written several musicals with librettist Gene Scheer, including Jane Hawkins, an adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island.” Favorite roles include King Lear, Shylock, Walt Whitman, and Bottom the Weaver.

  • John Farrell ( Set Design )

    ohn is currently the Director of Production for New York City Opera. Since starting this position in 2015, he has been responsible for all the aspects of the physical production of the company as well as the resident Scenic Designer. During that time, he has designed dozens of productions for the company.

    In New York, he was the resident designer for Dicapo Opera where he created over ninety productions from 1992-2013. At Radio City Music Hall, he was the scenic supervisor for the Spring Spectacular Easter Show for two years and the Christmas Show for one. Radio City productions outside New York were the Christmas shows in Chicago, Detroit, and Los Angeles as an associate designer.

    Mr. Farrell was the exclusive Set and Illusion designer for the magician Criss Angel from 1993-2015. During that time, he has done three television specials: MindFreak for ABC Family, SuperNatural for The Sci-Fi Channel, and Mr. Marick vs. Criss Angel for Tokyo Broadcasting, followed by six seasons of Mindfreak for A&E totaling nearly 100 episodes. The production Criss Angel BeLIEve produced by Cirque du Soleil at the Luxor Hotel and Casino in which John was the Director of Illusions ran from 2005 for seven and a half years then became Mindfreak Live for three years before moving to Planet Hollywood. For Criss, John was also the Production Manager for four years which included two live touring productions in addition to a TV series and the Vegas show, all running concurrently.

    Other television credits include Supervising Art director for America's Got Talent seasons 7 -10, the final season of Gossip Girl, For What it's Worth for VH1 Classics, Toys ‘R: Us (commercial), The Dream Team 1996 Olympic Special for NBC, 1994 & 1995 Tony Awards, HBO’s Earthly Possessions and for MTV: Get Late with Kennedy and Squirt TV.

    Internationally John designed the scenery for Turandot in Hong Kong and Emmeline and The Crucible for the Szeged National Theatre with Mezzo Television. For Mexico City, he has designed three productions for Morris Gilbert: Fiddler on the Roof, Sweet Charity, and Besame Mucho. He has worked regionally in the US for such theatres as The Walnut Street Theatre (16 years) and Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, PA; Theatre Under the Stars, The Fifth Avenue Theatre, WA; Tampa Bay performing Arts Center, Sarasota Opera, FL; Chautauqua Opera, NY; and Maine State Music Theatre, ME.

  • Susan Roth ( Lighting Design )

    Susan Roth (Lighting Designer) has designed lighting for theater, opera and dance in the US and internationally. International opera credits include Emmeline and The Crucible, which were televised throughout Europe on the Mezzo network and Turandot for Opera Hong Kong. For New York City Opera (NYCO), Ms. Roth designed Tosca and the New York premieres of Hopper’s Wife, Brokeback Mountain, Dear Erich, The Garden of the Finzi-Continis, and Dolores Claiborne. US regional opera credits include Tampa Opera, Augusta Opera, Connecticut Grand Opera, Orlando Opera, Toledo Opera, and Dicapo Opera in New York. Ms. Roth served as the lighting designer for many tours including the 75th Anniversary tour of the Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, Dreamgirls, Cabaret, Purlie, Little Shop of Horrors, and One Mo Time. International tours included Ain’t Misbehavin', West Side Story, and Crazy for You. Ms. Roth dedicates work on this show to Sy Roth, her father and a proud U.S. Marine.

  • Stephanie Bäuerle ( Wardrobe )

    Stephanie Bäuerle graduated as a master tailor and state-certified fashion designer from the German Master School of Fashion in her hometown of Munich. From 2004 to 2006 she worked as a freelance garment mistress and costume assistant at the Zurich Opera House, the Hamburg State Opera and the Staatsoper Unter den Linden Berlin, among others. From 2006 she worked for the costume workshops of the Austrian Federal Theatres in Vienna, where she was responsible for more than 35 premieres and over 65 revivals until 2017. She worked for choreographers such as John Neumeier, Roland Petit, Pierre Lacotte, Vladimir Malakhov, and Jorma Elo; and with costume designers such as Luisa Spinatelli, Sandra Woodall, and Holly Hynes; and regularly supervised the New Year’s Concert of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra as well as the Opera Ball. Since 2012, Stephanie Bäuerle has been working worldwide as a freelance costume designer, and since 2019 she has been head of the costume department at the Salzburg Landestheater.

  • Vanessa Dinning ( Dialect Coach )

    Vanessa Dinning works as an actor, director and voice & dialect coach. Originally from the UK, Vanessa trained as an actor and voice specialist in London where she worked at many theatres including Shakespeare’s Globe, The Royal National Theatre, and Coventry’s The Belgrade. Since moving to San Diego, CA, she has served as a voice, text, and dialect coach on over 50 productions. Recent dialect credits include: When The Rain Stops Falling, My Fair Lady, Hay Fever, The Vortex, Angels in America, Pride & Prejudice, and Cabaret (Cygnet Theatre), Something Rotten, Ragtime, Kinky Boots, Matilda, Titanic, Shrek The Musical (Moonlight Stage Productions), Kinky Boots (The Hollywood Bowl), Billy Elliot, Crazy for You (San Diego Musical Theatre), Handbagged (Moxie Theatre), An Experiment with an Air Pump (Backyard Renaissance), Trouble in Mind, El Borracho (The Old Globe), King Charles III, The 39 Steps, Cabaret, A Man of No Importance, The Importance of Being Earnest (Coronado Playhouse), and All Is Calm (Bodhi Tree Concerts and San Diego Opera). She received the Craig Noel Award for Outstanding Specialty Artist from the San Diego Theatre Critics Circle for her body of work throughout 2019.

Director
Richard Stafford
Music Director and Conductor
Juan Carlos Acosta
Rehearsal pianist
Kathryn Olander
Dramaturg
Bill Van Horn
Set Design
John Farrell
Lighting Design
Susan Roth
Wardrobe
Stephanie Bäuerle
Dialect Coach
Vanessa Dinning