Joseph is a man of few words, so its appropriate that he is doing his second go-around as “The Sound Guy” for a “live” radio presentation. Many thanks to the cast and crew for enduring the variety of sounds he creates!
Michael D. Peco once again brings his voice to characters at CSP. In addition to this work on the stage, Michael is involved with podcasts and is available for voice over. Michael resides with his supportive and understanding theater widow in Wilmington.
A familiar actor at CSP since 2009, Walt was last seen as Curtis Appleby in Night Watch. In his past, Walt has written and performed original music for community theater productions (Marat/Sade, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, All the Way Home, Our Town).
Pete has been part of the Chapel Street Players, in various capacities for over a decade. He is very pleased to be involved in yet another production here at CSP, especially when he can work with his favorite director and be on stage with his lovely wife.
Tanya has been acting and directing most of her life. She has worked at theaters –community and professional – from Newark to Philadelphia. Her last appearance at Chapel Street was as the director of last season’s Dead Man’s Cell Phone.
Zack Jackson is an actor, director, and drama coach, as well as the Treasurer for Chapel Street Players. Previous credits include: The Producers (Max), Endgame (Hamm), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Barfee), and 1984 (O’Brien),
Danielle has recently appeared on the Chapel Street stage as Fastrada in Pippin, and also in Milburn Stone Theatre’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Thanks to the brilliant creative team of Brian, Susan, and Judy. Love always to her new hubby,
Matthew Brown is more than excited to be back on stage with the wonderful folks at Chapel Street. He is ready to ensure some chills and thrills with some spectacular stories and even more spectacular people!