These Biographies are in no particular order and have
been taken from various Playbills.
Ronnie Scicchitano (Producer / Director / Performer) ~
Founder and Board Member of ACT,
directed Gypsy, Daddy's Dyin ', Who's Got the Will,
Arsenic & Old Lace, A Christmas Carol, Centralia, Steel Magnolias,
co-directed Spats & Mugsy and The
Manager for And Then There Were Nuns and Anything
of Fiddler on the Roof, co-coordinator for Harvest Moon Revue I
& II. Participant in Harvest Moon Revue I & II, A Christmas Carol
and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Played Tevye
in Fiddler on the Roof.
(Musical Director / Director) ~
University and Navy
Music graduate- Private studio (30 years) - Lecturer in music, film and
piano at Susquehanna University - Public school teacher (2 years) - Artist
in Residence at the State Correctional Institution in Coal Township (4
years) -Professional entertainer (41 years) - Leader of "The Vic Boris
Trio" and "Sing
with Vic" - Church Choir Director (13 years) - Member of the Choraliers
Cecilan Music Club - Armed Forces Radio Service announcer. Other
credits. Hello Dolly!, Guys and Dolls (1989 & 2000 ), The Music
Man, Once Upon A Mattress, Bells are Ringing, Bye Bye Birdie, My Fair
Abner, Sugar, and Funny Girl. Music Director: Godspell,
the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Gypsy
Fiddler on the Roof. Director for ACT's production of
Sharon L. Tobias
(Performer / Director) ~
Sharon is a
graduate of Shamokin Area High
School and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Music
Messiah College. Currently, she is the Vocal Music
Director for the Line
Mountain School District, which includes teaching all facets of music,
productions, Concert Choir, Show Choir, and musicals Sharon is the
President of the Pennsylvania Music
Educators Association District 8 and very
active in the Music Educators National
Conference. For 19 years she has been
directing shows and since high school,
performing as singer, dancer, and actress.
A few of her favorite roles include: "Rose" in
Gypsy, "Domina" in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the
Forum, "Fiona" in Brigadoon, "Miss Hannigan" in Annie,
and "Narrator" in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. She
ACT's production of Fiddler on the Roof. She is a member of the
City Band, Our Shamokin Band, Cecilian Club, and Director of Music at
the Mt. Carmel First United Methodist Church.
(Performer / Director)
Ray is a Mt. Carmel/ Elysburg Funeral
Director, he and his wife Linda Kaye, are the parents of two children, Dr.
Lori Kaye Rothermel and Ray M. Rothermel. He is one of the founding
ACT. Gypsy was the fourteenth ACT production in which he has been
with, most notably co-director of And Then There Were Nuns, "Daddy"
in Daddy's Dyin', Who's Got the Will, "Dr. Einstein" in Arsenic
& Old Lace, "Eli"
in Anything Goes, "Reuben" in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor
and "Scrooge" in A Christmas Carol. He enjoys gold and singing in
choruses and churches in the area.
John Soubik (Performer) ~ John is a past
president of ACT. He performed in "Fiddler on the Roof", played "Asher" in
"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" and "Jacob Marley" in "A
Christmas Carol". John appeared as an extra in and was the Extras Casting
Coordinator for the films: The Distinguished Gentleman, Major League 2,
Superfights, The Trial of Peter McMnus and Daybreak. He also is
an officer and serves on the Board of Directors of the Northumberland
County Council for the Arts.
been in numerous ACT
productions including: "Truvy" in Steel Magnolias, "Mrs. Potiphar"
in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, "Golde" in
Fiddler on the Roof, "Electra" in Gypsy and
was the stage manager for Rumors. When
not performing Rose
enjoys singing and watching T. V She resides in Mt. Carmel
with her daughter,
who is played in Gypsy 's pit band.
Dan Neidermyer (Director) ~ A graduate of
Philadelphia College of Bible with graduate work in radio-tv-film at
Temple University, Dan lives in Lancaster with his wife, Lois. He is the
producer and director for Maranatha Productions, Inc., a non-profit
educational theatre, staging theatre throughout the U.S., United Kingdom,
West Indies, and Scandinavia.
Maura Menapace (Choreographer / Performer)
Maura Menapace, a
2002 graduate of Mt. Carmel Area Jr. Sr. High School, is no stranger to
stage. You may have seen her in past ACT productions, including Gypsy,
Fiddler on the
Roof, A Christmas Carol, The Harvest Moon Revue, Anything Goes,
Inn at Bethlehem.
While at MCA, she was a member of the casts of Once Upon
a Mattress, Annie, Bye Bye Birdie, The Wizard of Oz,
and My One and Only.
Maura has studied ballet, jazz, and tap for 15 years appearing six times
in The Bloomsburg School of Dances production of The Nutcracker,
twice as the
"Sugar Plum Fairy." Maura has also worked as a choreographer with Cardinal
Brennan High School, choreographing their productions of A Wonderful
and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. She also
was Choreographer for "Gypsy".
Kevin B. Styer (Performer) ~ Hails from Danville and
is the Director of Music at Shamokin High School. He has performed in
"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" and "Fiddler On THe
Roof". He has also been involved in stage sound and lighting.
Denise Giacomini (Performer) ~ A
Native of the Mt. Carmel Area and a graduate of Susquehanna University
with a Bachelor's degree in Music Education. She is a music teacher in the
Mt. Carmel Elementary School. Currently residing in Shamokin she also
serves as Minister of Music at Mother Cabrini Parish and is a member of
the performing group "Center Stage". Denise has performed in "Anything
Goes" and "Joseph and the Amazing
Mick made his third appearance in an
ACT production of Gypsy as the lovable Uncle Jocko. His other
roles include Mordcha
in Fiddler on the Roof and Pharoah in Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat and Oliver. He resides in Bloomsburg with his lovely wife
Joan and wonderful
daughters Sarah and Emily.
(Stage Manager / Performer) ~
been in three productions with
ACT and his fifth appearance on the stage. Brian recently graduated from
Lourdes Regional High School and was featured in their productions of
Guys & Dolls (2000), Sugar (2001), and Funny Girl
appeared in ACT's performances of Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat, Fiddler on the Roof,
and this year's
Ed Ososkie (Performer) ~ Performed in "Joseph and the
amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat". He has appeared in Lourdes Regionals
1998 production on My Fair Lady as both a butler and chorus member.
In 1999 he starred as the lead in Lourde's production of Li'l Abner,
and most recently as "Edd" in Maranatha Production of Papa Was A
Southern Columbia Middle School. He was in the
children's chorus in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
and a newsboy in Gypsy.
Danielle M. Lawler
attends Mt. Carmel Elementary. Gypsy was her first show with ACT. She
does gymnastics and loves animals, camping, and
Oliver is her first ACT Production. In
high school she was involved in the music program and theatre.
She attends Holy Spirit School, she makes the honor roll every
marking period. She lives in
with her family and her dog, Chance. She loves animals and performing. She
hopes to be an actress someday, and she is very interested in music and
loves to sing. Her other interests include cheerleading
and dance, both ballet and modern jazz. She performed in
attends Mt. Carmel
Elementary School where she is a member of the student
choir. She participated
in Songfest 2002 at Selinsgrove High School as one of the
representatives of Mt.
Carmel Elementary School. Sheila was a MCA Jet's
Cheerleader for four years
and studied cheer/gymnastics at Pottsville Gymnastics
Training Center, Pottsville,
and Gym Starzs Gymnastics, Mt. Carmel. Sheila loves
dancing and singing. She started her dance training at the age of four at
the Linda Dalpiaz School of Dance and then the Alice Higgins Dance Studio,
both in Mt. Carmel. She studied piano
with Vic Boris and is currently one of Vic's vocal
students. Sheila was a member of the children's choir
in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and
was one of the daughters in ACT's 2001 presentation of fiddler on the
Roof. She played Baby June in Gypsy.
Michael J. Fantanarosa
Mike performed with
ACT and was the "Priest" in Fiddler on the Roof and "Pop" in
Gypsy. He resides in Kulpmont with
his wife Loretta
County Christian School. She resides in Elysburg with
her parents and three brothers. Leah studies piano with Vic Boris and
singing and playing soccer. She has performed in several musical dramas
with her church's youth choir, but her first appearance with ACT was in
Elementary School. She lives with her parents, two brothers, and sister
in Kulpmont. She enjoys soccer, reading,
swimming and playing with her friends.
was her first appearance in a play.
Columbia Middle School. She was first in the
children's chorus in Joseph and
the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,
the school chorus and plays
trumpet in the band. She
played a newsboy in Gypsy.
Jessica Jellen (Performer) ~ She played Nancy
in "Oliver" and Chava in "Fiddler On The Roof". Previous roles include
Adelaide in "Guys and Dolls", Sweet Sue in "Sugar" and Fanny Brice in
"Funny Girl". Jessica has also participated in charity events with "Vic
and Company" for the Arts Center. She attends Marywood University where
she is majoring in biotechnology with a minor in music.
Anthony Feudale (Performer) ~
He is a 6th grade student at Southern Columbia. Oliver was his first
Musical. He swims for the Danville Dolphins and Milton Wildcats.
Krista has participated in previous ACT
performances including: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,
on the Roof, Gypsy and Oliver. She has
also performed for the Northumberland County
Children's Theatre in School House
Rock Jr. , A Monster Ate My Homework, Bugsy Malone Jr. and others
including the role of "Marley" in A Christmas
"Minstrel" in The Emperor's New Clothes. She also enjoys singing
and playing the piano.
John has appeared in numerous ACT and
theater productions. Some of his favorite roles include "Pseudolus"
Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and "Moon Face" in
University studying secondary education. He enjoys mountain biking,
and sleep. His is a former ACT president. He also
play "Fagin" in "Oliver"
She attended Pennsylvania College of
Technology. Gypsy was her third performance with ACT. You may have
remembered her in A Christmas Carol and Anything Goes.
Area High School where she was very active in the musical and theatre
participated in the choir for four years, as well as being Vice-President
for two of
years. She performed in high school musicals such as: The Wizard of
Oz, My One and Only and starred as "Rosie" in Bye Bye Birdie.
(Performer / Choreographer) ~
Regional High School where she is a member of the
National Honor Society and
the French National Honor Society. She is also a member
of the chorus and
participated in last year's Diocesan Music Festival. Liz played
volleyball for two
years and also served as the J. V, Captain and lettered her junior year.
She has studied dance at the Moyer Institute of Dance for fourteen years
and studied voice and piano for eight years. Among other activities, Liz
choreographed Bye Bye Birdie for the Shikellamy Childrens' Theatre
in 2000 and directed an
adaptation of the Canterbury Tales in 2001. She
participated in such Lourdes
High School productions as Sugar, where she was a member of the
also a choreographer, and this year's
Funny Girl, where she starred as "Mrs. Brice" and also
choreographed. Gypsy was Liz's debut appearance in an ACT
production, she is honored to be working with so many talented actors. She
also was choreographer for "Oliver"
attended Our Lady of Lourdes High School and graduated with the Class of
2001. While at Lourdes he performed in My hair lady, "Pappy" in
Masterson" in Guys & Dolls and "Jerry/Daphne" in Sugar. With
has starred in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
playing the title
"Joseph". He was seen in Fiddler on the Roof portraying
and played "Tulsa" in Gypsy. Zach now attends Marywood University
where he is majoring in
Theatre and minoring in Dance. In his first year in Marywood, he performed
in four productions, included were The Serpent, Lend Me a Tenor, Story
Theatre and The Soundheim musical Merrily We Roll Along in
which he played the lead role of "Charley".
Attends North Schuylkill
High School has appeared on the N.S. stage performing in Guys & Dolls
(2000) and Oklahoma (2001). Gypsy was his third year
with ACT, first in Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
and then as a "Bottle Dancer" in Fiddler on the
He was selected for the Schuyikill County Chorus in 2001 and 2002 and
sings in his church choir. He is currently taking voice lessons from Cora
Gamelin-Osenbach in Pottsville. He played "Noah Claypole" in ACT's
production of "Oliver".
Mt. Carmel Area
Jr. Sr. High School. Gypsy was his fourth ACT production,
performing in other
productions of Fiddler on the Roof as "Mendel", Joseph and the
Technicolor Dreamcoat, Oliver
and A Christmas Carol. Michael's
productions at MCA
have included: "Prince Dauntless" in Once Upon A Mattress,
"Randolph MacAfee" in Bye Bye Birdie,
"The Wizard" in The Wizard of Oz and My One and Only.
Michael recently ended his run as "Lurvy" in
Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble's production of E.B. White's Charlotte Web.
Frank Kalejta III
University studying Electrical Engineering. Frank has performed in
productions of Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat and Gypsy (ACT) and Li'l
Abner, Guys & Dolls, and Sugar (Lourdes
Jose Gonzalo (Performer)
He is a
graduate of Mt. Carmel High School
and was a
cast member of Showboat. As a college student, he was a member of
University Mortar & Pestle Players. He played trombone and bass
the pit band for Bye Bye Birdie, How to Succeed in Business Without
Funny Girl His ACT performances include. "Levi" in Joseph
and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,
"Constable" in Fiddler on the roof, "Kringolein"
member of "The Jones Boy's Barber Shop Quartet" in Harvest Moon
Revue 1 &
Jose is a
pharmacist at Community Pharmacy in Mt. Carmel. He is also the
statistician for the
High School football team, as well as a member
of the Mt. Carmel Area Education Foundation. He is a Ghost Writer for
Chapter of the Penna Sports Hall of Fame. He and his wife, Rose,
three children, Jill, Joel and Jed.
attends Our Lady of Lourdes Regional High School where he has been involved in
musical productions. He was in the chorus in Guys & Dolls and
Sugar and played the past of "Mr. Renaldi" in Funny Girl. Gypsy
was his first show for
Barb's second appearance
with ACT, she debuted as a "Mama" in Fiddler on the Roof. Barb
Medical Center in the OB/Gyn Dept. She also volunteers with
The Children' Miracle Network Telethon as well as The
House of Care. Barb is
a very active member of the First United Methodist Church
in Mt. Carmel, she is a member of the church choir, Sunday School Teacher,
Member of Team #1 and
does the children's sermon bi-weekly. In high school,
Barb was in the Concert Chorus as well as the girl's Glee Club. Other
productions Barb was involved in were: Around the World in Eighty Days
and The Wizard of Oz.
Jamie Lee Strenchock
Jamie Lee attends Our
Lourdes Regional High School. She has been
involved in theatre for a number of
years, starring in Lourde's 2002 performance
of Funny Girl, as well as being featured in Shikellamy Children's
Theatre production of The Fall of the House of Usher and
Best Christmas Pageant Ever.
~ Jackie attends the Mt. Carmel Area Jr.
School, she is a member of her school's chorus and participated in various
school and community activities with MCA's "Show" Choir. Jackie was born
with an enthusiasm and passion for performing. At the age of 6 she
participated in her first talent show through ACT. Since then she has been
involved in the following ACT productions, The Best Christmas Pageant
Bethlehem Inn, Readin' Ritin' & 'Rithtmetic, Harvest Moon Revue I,
and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Gypsy. As a freshmen,
played the title role in her school's production of Annie, she
Winnifred" in MCA's most recent operetta Once Upon a Mattress.
Gypsy was Liz's second year with ACT, last year she played a
village daughter in Fiddler on the Roof. Liz will be a senior at
Columbia. There she plays in her high school band and is a member of the
Gypsy was Amy's third year participating in an ACT musical.
She appeared in the chorus for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor
and Fiddler on the Roof. During her last year at Southern Columbia,
she was active in many music and show activities, including chorus, band, and
this year1 s
production of Register Here.
Angelic' resides in Shamokin with her parents, Deb & Carl
Christian. She takes voice
lessons from Vic Boris and is a cheerleader for S.A.H.S. on the
competition team. She performed in Bye Bye Birdie as
"Margie", Winds and the Willow,
Gypsy, Oliver and Fiddler on the Roof. She is active in her church ,
sings with her family and attends Shamokin Area High
attends Queen of Peace in
Shamokin. She takes music lessons with Patty Zablosky and is in forensics
at school. Gypsy
was her first show with ACT and hopes on being in more of their
She has been involved with the Shikellamy Children's Theatre since she was
2nd grade. She was cast as "Liesl" in this summer's production
of The Sound of Music. She played one of the children in Susquehanna University's
The King and I. She has also been involved with all her school
plays. She is 14 years old and attends
Saint Monica's School in Sunbury.
"Potiphar" in year 2000 production of Joseph and the Amazing
was cast as "Nachum" in ACT's summer production of Fiddler on the Roof
and played "Ernie" in ACT's spring production of Rumors and
"Pastey" is Gypsy.
He resides in Kulpmont with his
She lives in Shamokin with her husband
Carl and four children, Christopher, in the Army, Joshua, in the Navy,
the Army, and Angelic' at home, who is also in this production. She works
the PA Department of Revenue as a Revenue Enforcement Collection Agent.
She is very active in church, foster parenting, secretary of A.I.S.C.M.E.
Local 1977. Deb also helps as a dancing assistant for S.A.H.S. musicals,
voice lessons from Vic Boris and sings at local churches with her family.
Other shows she was involved in were:
Fiddler on the Roof, Oliver, Gypsy and
From "Mama" to "Miss Mazeppa" - Gypsy
Martha's second appearance with ACT, she played a "Mama"
in 2002 production of Fiddler on the Roof (Remember Perchik?).
Besides the full-time job of raising four children, Martha works
part-time, supports her high school music boosters (Go Tigers!) and sings
everywhere she can get anyone to listen.
Michael A. Shaub (Performer) ~ Pastor
of the First United Methodist Church of Mt. Carmel. He and his wife Beth,
along with their children, Hannah and Benjamin, reside in Mt. Carmel. He
has involed in set production and lighting in "Centralia" and
performed in "Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat" and played the Rabbi in "Fiddler on the Roof".
An active member of ACT.
performed in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Gypsy, Fiddler
also been involved in lights, sound and set design for these and other ACT
Nathan Brosky (Performer) ~
Nathan played in
"Fiddler on the Roof" and was in the children's choir in "Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. He plays basketball and is involved in the
Boy Scouts of America.
Peggy lives in Kulpmont with
her husband, Tom, and four children.
She is originally from
but has lived in
Pennsylvania for the past 1 1 years. Besides staying busy with her
activities, she works part-time as a
~ Carl performed in Oliver, Fiddler on the Roof as “Papa” and a “Russian
Dancer”, along with his wife Debbie and daughter Angelic’. He also was in
Rumors by Neil Simon and Gypsy.
Eric's first appearance in
an ACT production. He is very grateful for being in it. You might have
seen Eric in some of Lourdes High School production as well. In Li'/
Abner he was
one of the very talented muscle men and in Sugar he was one of
those lovable gangsters. Eric would like to thank his best friends for
getting him involved in these adventures. Thanks go out to Frank and Zach.
The most unbelievable thing
about Eric is that he learned all of his lines in less than two minutes.
Quinn McCracken (Performer) ~
Quinn is a student at Mt. Carmel Jr./ Sr. High School. When he is not
competing on the football field, baseball diamond, wrestling mat or track,
he plays with the Irish band the "Mollywogs".His role of "Oliver" marks
his return to a stage career that includes lead roles in "Fishbowl!", "The
Last Supper" and "Hecuba".
Logan McCracken (Performer) ~ A Student at Mt. Carmel High School where he is
active in the music and athletic programs. He appeared in "Damn Yankees".
He is a member of Our Lady's Roman Catholic Church and plays with the
Irish band the "Mollywogs". His acting credits include "Waiting for Godot",
"As You Like It", "Hecuba" and "Oliver".
Dana Osburn (Performer) ~
Oliver was her First ACT Production. Her hobbies include drawing, painting
and playing the guitar, reading, tennis and writing.
Leanne Hough (Performer) ~ She attends Mt.
Carmel Area Jr./Sr. High School. She is active in sports and a member of
the Marching Band.
Mark D. Lingenfelter (Performer / Choreographer) ~
In 1996 Mark received a BA in Musical Theatre from
Catawba College in Salisbury, NC. He has worked as a performer,
choreographer, director and theatre educator. He performed in ACT's
production of "Anything Goes" and was choreography for "Fiddler
On The Roof".
Katie Wagner (Performer) ~ Was in ACT's
production of Fiddler On The Roof. Performed in Lourdes productions of "Li'l
Abner", "Jekll and Hyde" and "Ragtime".
Sarah Micklow (Performer) ~
Played Hodel in "Fiddler On The Roof". Appeared in the productions "A
Childs Christmas in Wales" and "A Christmas Carol" at the Bloomsburg
Rachael Miller (Performer) ~ Performed in
"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" and "Fiddler On The Roof".
She is a Theatre English Major at the University of Scranton and an
aspiring costume designer.
Amy Besser (Performer) ~
Performed in "Fiddler On The Roof" and was in the children's choir in
"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Wanda Smith (Performer) ~ Played "Yente" in
"Fiddler on the Roof". Is a board member of ACT. Her acting credits
include "A Night on One Acts", Mrs. Boogle in "Mousetrap", Mrs. Fezzewig
in "A Christmas Carol", a member of the ensemble in the production
"Centralia" and coordinator of the 50 voice children's choir in "Joseph
and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat".
Mark James (Performer) ~
Performed in "Fiddler On The Roof" and "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor
Dreamcoat". A Graduate of Our Lady Of Lourdes and attended Mansfield
University. His previous roles include "Jean Valjean" in "Les Miserable",
"Jamie" in "My Fair Lady", "The Phantom" in "Phantom of the Opera", "Marryin'
Sam" in "Li'l Abner" and "Dr. Jekyll" in "Jekyll and Hyde".
Linda Miller (Performer) ~ Played in "Fiddler
on the Roof". She studied voice with Ruth Kyler in Ashland, PA and
performed with the Noland Ensemble. She resides in Helfenstien and sings
in the choir of the First United Methodist Church in Frackville.
Martie Greco (Performer) ~
Performed in "Fiddler on the Roof" and was an Angel in the ACT production
of "Anything Goes". She is a graduate of Southern Columbia High
School and Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Elaine C. Rompolski (Performer) ~ Performed in
"Fiddler on the Roof", played "Peggy" in "Godspell", an "Angel" in
"Anything Goes" and was in the chorus of "Joseph and the Amazing
Christy Haverovich (Performer) ~
Played the Fiddler on "Fiddler on the Roof". Attends
Our Lody Of Lourdes and is active in the Concert Jazz Band and Marching
Jordan Bettleyon (Performer) ~ Played in the
ACT production of "Fiddler on the Roof". Attends Mt Carmel Elementary
Lee Wineholt (Performer) ~
Performed in ACT's production of "Anything Goes". Among his numerous
theatre credits are "Linus" in "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown",
"Frederick Dickens" in "A Christmas Carol", "Lucky" in "Dames At Sea" all
with The Valley Players. Lee holds a BA in Music Education from Frostburg
Crystal Swope (Performer) ~ Performed in ACT's
productions of "Anything Goes" and "Godspell". Performed with "The Valley
Players". Crystal hails from Northumberland.
Gloria Evert (Performer) ~
Performed in ACT's production of "Anything Goes". A graduate of Mt Carmel
High School, hold a BS in Music Education from Lebanon Valley College and
a Masters Degree from Bucknell University.
Fr. Daniel Troyan (Performer) ~ Performed in
ACT's productions of "Anything Goes", "Godspell" and "Mousetrap". He is a
Greek Catholic Priest and was raised in Marion Heights.
Aldo Scicchitano (Performer) ~
Performed in ACT's productions of "Anything Goes" and "Arsenic and Old
Lace". A graduate of Mt Carmel High School he resides in Mt Carmel.
Debra Eliassen (Perfomer) ~ Performed in ACT's
production of "Anything Goes" and did the makeup for "Arsenic And Old
Lace". She has performed in several rock groups and help organize a gospel
group from the United Methodist Church in Kulpmont.
Peggy Prezlomski (Performer/Director) ~
Peggy has been involved in many ACT productions
including "Spats and Mugsy" and "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever". She
also co-directed "The Mousetrap" and "In Bethlehem Inn". She resides in Mt
Linda Kaye Rothermel (Performer/Director) ~ Linda has
performed in the ACT productions of "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever" and
"Daddy's Dyin' Who's Got The Will" and co-directed "The Mousetrap" and "In
Bethlehem Inn". She is an avid golfer and in known in most craft circles
as the Crafty Lady "Paper with a Twist".
John Deeben (Performer) ~
Performed in "Anything Goes". Has A BA in History from Gettysburg College
and a MA Degree in History from Penn State. He lives in Sunbury and is a
civil war buff.
Mike Stadnicki (Performer) ~ Performed in "Anything
Goes". Mike lives in Shamokin.
Zachary Zablosky (Performer) ~ Performed in "Anything Goes". Zachary lives in
Christine Bogner (Perfomer) ~ Performed in
"Anything Goes". Lives in Kulpmont.
Bria Dalpiaz (Performer) ~
Performed in "Anything Goes" and "In Bethlehem Inn". She live in
Marily Detwiler (Performer) ~ Performed in
"Anything Goes". She resides in Paxinos and is a teacher in the Shamokin
Tammy Erney (Performer) ~
Performed in "Anything Goes".