Melanie Boland* (Mrs. Alving) Melanie last appeared with DJM Productions as Ethel Savage in The Curious Savage; most recently, she played Jocosta in Oedipus at the Vidra Theatre in Croatia. New York credits: Abe Lincoln in Illinois (Lincoln Center Theatre); Oedipus, When I'm 64, Ten Little Indians, Murder in Baker Street, Misalliance, The Unexpected Guest, Vassa, Arms and the Man, Hamlet, Talley & Son (Theatre by the Blind); Lemon Meringue Fašade (New Perspectives Theatre Company); 1984 (Nicu's Spoon Theatre Company), Undivulged Crimes (Phil Bosakowski Theatre); Bedside Manners (Blue Heron Arts Center); Mimi and Me (Turnip Theatre Company); Trifles, Lord Savile's Crime, Heartbreak House, The Master Builder, The Importance of Being Earnest (Oasis Theatre Company); The Birthday Club (Plays for Living); and Richard II (Riverside Shakespeare). Regional: The Glass Menagerie, The Little Foxes, Count Dracula, Laundry and Bourbon and Get Out. Film credits: Peter Weir's The Mosquito Coast (Mrs. Spellgood) and The Dead Poets Society (Mrs. Overstreet). TV: "Chappelle's Show," "Law & Order" and "As the World Turns."
   
 

Dale Church (Osvald Alving) Dale is very excited to be a part of this production, and is honored to be working with such a talented cast and crew. His most recent stage credits include playing Brockley Spears in DJM's Chicken Delight, Sky in DJM's Body and Soul and Satan in CubeCity's Job and the Snake. A few of his favorite roles include Don Lockwood in Singing in the Rain, Sir Harry in Once Upon A Mattress, Andrew Rally in I Hate Hamlet, and Max in Lend Me A Tenor. Thanks and love to Katherine for her love and support. www.DaleChurch.net
   
 

Curtis Harwell* (Pastor Manders) Previously with DJM Productions' The Curious Savage; Off-Broadway: End of the World Party; other New York credits: Token to the Moon (Hypothetical Theatre Company), Don Juan (The Oasis Theatre Company); As You Like It; The Three Musketeers (both with American Globe Theatre); Paradise Lost (HERE); The Fan (Red Earth Ensemble); Strangers on a Train (New Village Productions); Knoxville, 1915; The Nature and Purpose of the Universe (both with Chelsea Repertory Company); The Maids (Hammerstein Center); Play to Win (TheatreworksUSA).
   
 

Brett Parks (Osvald Alving Understudy) This is Brett Parks' follow up show after the DJM production of Chicken Delight which he had played Randy. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Brett was a member of THE PELICAN PLAYHOUSE where he strengthened his skills in sketch comedy. Brett also spent many years as a featured actor in The Miami Christmas Spectacular. Other stage credits include Jean in Miss Julie, Super Ego in Good and Evil, Mike in Small Packages, Jimmy in The Fence and Tim in Coming Home. Brett is very excited to be apart of such a talented cast and director and is constantly growing and learning the way of the stage. Brett wishes to thank Dave McCracken for this opportunity and Karen Case Cook for all the encouragement. "Sitting in the theater watching these talented actors gives a new meaning to biting off more than I can chew... maybe one day I can be half as talented as them."
   
* Appears courtesy of Actor's Equity Association

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