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Saturday, February 3rd, 2024 2pm & 7:30pm

Artistic Director: Gary Stanford, Jr.

Vocal & Music Director: Justin Pyne

Principal Choreography: Gregory Amato & Gary Stanford, Jr.

Cast

Cast

Featured Vocalists

Monica Airo, Kelsey Dougherty, Merrill Grant, Adrienne Tiffany Herro, Damian Marhefka, Jepoy Ramos, Arielle Rothman, Gary Stanford, Jr., Rachel Sue, Mercury Van Sciver

 

Peninsula Ballet Theatre Company Dancers

Léna Alvino, Jim Ballard, Tracy Fuller, Evan Johnston, Kelley Hashemi, Melia Kramer, Juan Carlos Magacho, Alyssa-Marie Muña, Bernardo Ramos, Hollie Rudolph, Naomi Sailors, Chloé Watson, Phoenix Wilkins

Youth Performers

Elijah Agra+, Sophia Aspillera+, Bianca Banola*, Amelia Bautista+, Gianna Beltramo*, Alexandra Davidow*, Sophie Hu*, Riley Keller@, Gavin Ku+, Julian Lam@, Fadrigon Llorando+, Ella Margulies+, Ciara Mcarthy@, Roisin Mcarthy@, Grace Olivia McCollum+, Keara McDevitt*, Noah Nelson+, Macy "Zee" Orta@, Olivia Philip*, Caylee Pickham*, Jessilyn Poespowidjojo+, Anchal Prasad+, Ava Rivera+, Zev Rodnitzky+, Charlotte Saunders@, Anjani Ria Shankar+, Ashley Sibley+, Nolan Christopher Sibley+, Brooke True*, Josie Verducci+, Mila von Treskow@, Freddie Wolfe+, Sarah Zancanella+

 

These performers appear courtesy of SMUHSD Theater Students+ from Capuchino High School, Hillsdale High School, Notre Dame Belmont High School, InStep Competitive Dance Troupe*, and 42nd Street Moonschool@.

*7:30 p.m. performance only.

 

Peninsula School of the Arts Students

Sasha Arbo, Harper Cao, Luna Sanders, Haley Scott, Maya Valdivia

Program

ACT ONE

 

Show Boat / “Ol’ Man River”

Vocalist: Gary Stanford, Jr.

Dancer: Mercury Van Sciver

Choreography: Gregory Amato

Composer/Lyricist: Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II

Debut: 1927

 

Lady, Be Good! / “Fascinating Rhythm” 

Vocalists: Monica Airo & Jeopy Ramos

Dancers: Léna Alvino & Phoenix Wilkins, Tracy Fuller & Jim Ballard, Naomi Sailors & Evan Johnston, Chloé Watson & Juan Carlos Magacho

Choreography: Gregory Amato

Composer/Lyricist: George and Ira Gershwin 

Debut: 1924

 

Babes in Arms / “The Lady Is a Tramp”

Vocalists: Adrienne Tiffany Herro & Damian Marhefka

Dancers: Melia Kramer, Alyssa-Marie Muña, Hollie Rudolph

Choreography: Gary Stanford, Jr.

Composer/Lyricist: Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart

Debut: 1937 

 

The Great Waltz / “Only You”

Vocalists: Merrill Grant & Gary Stanford, Jr.

Dancers: Léna Alvino & Phoenix Wilkins, Tracy Fuller & Jim Ballard, Naomi Sailors & Evan Johnston, Chloé Watson & Juan Carlos Magacho

Choreography: Gregory Amato

Composer/Lyricist: Johann Strauss, Jr. and Desmond Carter 

Debut: 1934  

 

Strike Up the Band / “Strike Up the Band”

Vocalist: Arielle Rothman

Youth Performers: Elijah Agra, Sophia Aspillera, Amelia Bautista, Gavin Ku, Ella Margulies, Grace Olivia McCollum, Noah Nelson Fadrigon Llorando, Jessilyn Poespowidjojo, Anchal Prasad, Ava Rivera, Zev Rodnitzky, Anjani Ria Shankar, Ashley Sibley, Nolan Christopher Sibley, Josie Verducci, Freddie Wolfe, Sarah Zancanella

Choreography: Gary Stanford, Jr.

Composer/Lyricist: George and Ira Gershwin

Debut: 1930 

 

On the Town / “Ya Got Me”

Vocalists & Dancers: Gary Stanford, Jr. & Rachel Sue 

Choreography: Gary Stanford, Jr.

Composer/Lyricists: Leonard Bernstein and Comden & Green 

Debut: 1944

 

Oklahoma! / “Out of My Dreams,” “Dream Ballet”

Vocalist: Merrill Grant

Dancers: Léna Alvino, Jim Ballard, Tracy Fuller, Evan Johnston, Kelley Hashemi, Melia Kramer, Juan Carlos Magacho, Alyssa-Marie Muña, Bernardo Ramos, Hollie Rudolph, Naomi Sailors, Chloé Watson, Phoenix Wilkins

Choreography: Gregory Amato

Composer/Lyricist: Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II

Debut: 1943 

 

Peter Pan / “I Won’t Grow Up”

Youth Performers: Sasha Arbo, Harper Cao, Riley Keller, Julian Lam, Ciara Mcarthy, Roisin Mcarthy, Luna Sanders, Charlotte Saunders, Haley Scott, Maya Valdivia, Mila von Treskow

Choreography: Gary Stanford, Jr.

Composer/Lyricist: Mark Charlap and Carolyn Leigh

Debut: 1954

 

Gigi / “The Parisians”

Vocalist: Rachel Sue

Youth Performers: Elijah Agra, Sophia Aspillera, Amelia Bautista, Gavin Ku, Ella Margulies, Grace Olivia McCollum, Noah Nelson Fadrigon Llorando, Jessilyn Poespowidjojo, Anchal Prasad, Ava Rivera, Zev Rodnitzky, Anjani Ria Shankar, Ashley Sibley, Nolan Christopher Sibley, Josie Verducci, Freddie Wolfe, Sarah Zancanella

Choreography: Gary Stanford, Jr.

Composer/Lyricist: Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner

Film Debut: 1958; Musical Stage Debut: 1973  

 

The Pajama Game / “Steam Heat”

Lead Vocalist & Dancer: Kelsey Dougherty

Vocal Chorus: Monica Airo, Merrill Grant, Adrienne Tiffany Herro, Damian Marhefka, Jepoy Ramos, Arielle Rothman, Rachel Sue, Gary Stanford Jr., Mercury Van Sciver

Dancers: Léna Alvino, Jim Ballard, Tracy Fuller, Kelley Hashemi, Melia Kramer, Juan Carlos Magacho, Alyssa-Marie Muña, Bernardo Ramos, Hollie Rudolph, Naomi Sailors, Phoenix Wilkins

Choreography: Gary Stanford, Jr.

Composer/Lyricist: Richard Adler and Jerry Ross

Debut: 1954 

 

ACT TWO

 

The Music Man / “Seventy-Six Trombones”

Vocalist: Damian Marhefka

Featured Dancers: Léna Alvino, Jim Ballard, Tracy Fuller, Evan Johnston, Kelley Hashemi, Melia Kramer, Juan Carlos Magacho, Alyssa-Marie Muña, Bernardo Ramos, Hollie Rudolph, Naomi Sailors, Chloé Watson, Phoenix Wilkins

Youth Performers: Elijah Agra, Sophia Aspillera, Amelia Bautista, Gavin Ku, Ella Margulies, Grace Olivia McCollum, Noah Nelson Fadrigon Llorando, Jessilyn Poespowidjojo, Anchal Prasad, Ava Rivera, Zev Rodnitzky, Anjani Ria Shankar, Ashley Sibley, Nolan Christopher Sibley, Josie Verducci, Freddie Wolfe, Sarah Zancanella

Choreography: Gregory Amato

Composer/Lyricist: Meredith Wilson

Debut: 1957 

 

Cabaret / “Cabaret”

Vocalist: Adrienne Tiffany Herro

Youth Performers*: Bianca Banola, Gianna Beltramo, Alexandra Davidow, Sophie Hu, Keara McDevitt, Caylee Pickham, Brooke True

Choreography: Gary Stanford, Jr.

Composer/Lyricist: John Kander and Fred Ebb

Debut: 1966

*7:30 p.m. performance only.

 

Evita / “Buenos Aires”

Vocalist: Monica Airo

Dancers: Léna Alvino & Phoenix Wilkins, Tracy Fuller & Jim Ballard, Alyssa-Marie Muña & Evan Johnston, Hollie Rudolph & Juan Carlos Magacho

Choreography: Gregory Amato

Composer/Lyricist: Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice 

Debut: 1978 London 

 

Chicago / “All That Jazz”

Vocalist: Arielle Rothman

Dancers: Léna Alvino, Jim Ballard, Tracy Fuller, Evan Johnston, Kelley Hashemi, Melia Kramer, Juan Carlos Magacho, Alyssa-Marie Muña, Bernardo Ramos, Hollie Rudolph, Naomi Sailors, Chloé Watson, Phoenix Wilkins

Choreography: Gregory Amato

Composer/Lyricist: John Kander and Fred Ebb

Debut: 1975

Hair / “Aquarius”

Featured Vocalists: Monica Airo, Kelsey Dougherty, Adrienne Tiffany Herro, Damian Marhefka, Jepoy Ramos, Gary Stanford Jr., Rachel Sue, Mercury Van Sciver

Featured Dancers: Léna Alvino, Jim Ballard, Tracy Fuller, Evan Johnston, Kelley Hashemi, Melia Kramer, Juan Carlos Magacho, Alyssa-Marie Muña, Bernardo Ramos, Hollie Rudolph, Naomi Sailors, Chloé Watson, Phoenix Wilkins

Youth Performers: Elijah Agra, Sophia Aspillera, Amelia Bautista, Gavin Ku, Ella Margulies, Grace Olivia McCollum, Noah Nelson Fadrigon Llorando, Jessilyn Poespowidjojo, Anchal Prasad, Ava Rivera, Zev Rodnitzky, Anjani Ria Shankar, Ashley Sibley, Nolan Christopher Sibley, Josie Verducci, Freddie Wolfe, Sarah Zancanella

Choreography: Gregory Amato

Composer/Lyricists: Galt MacDermot and Gerome Ragni & James Rado 

Debut: 1968  

 

Les Misérables / “One Day More”

Vocalists: Monica Airo, Kelsey Dougherty, Merrill Grant, Adrienne Tiffany Herro, Damian Marhefka, Jepoy Ramos, Arielle Rothman, Gary Stanford Jr., Rachel Sue, Mercury Van Sciver, Phoenix Wilkins

Youth Performers: Elijah Agra, Sophia Aspillera, Amelia Bautista, Gavin Ku, Ella Margulies, Grace Olivia McCollum, Noah Nelson Fadrigon Llorando, Jessilyn Poespowidjojo, Anchal Prasad, Ava Rivera, Zev Rodnitzky, Anjani Ria Shankar, Ashley Sibley, Nolan Christopher Sibley, Josie Verducci, Freddie Wolfe, Sarah Zancanella

Choreography: Gary Stanford, Jr.

Composer/Lyricists: Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil & Herbert Kretzmer

Debut: 1980 Paris  

 

Into the Woods / “Ever After”

Vocalists: Monica Airo, Kelsey Dougherty, Merrill Grant, Adrienne Tiffany Herro, Damian Marhefka, Jepoy Ramos, Arielle Rothman, Gary Stanford Jr., Rachel Sue, Mercury Van Sciver

Choreography: Gary Stanford, Jr.

Composer/Lyricist: Stephen Sondheim

Debut: 1987

 

The Phantom of the Opera / “The Phantom of the Opera”

Vocalists: Merrill Grant & Gary Stanford, Jr.

Dancers: Léna Alvino, Bianca Banola*, Gianna Beltramo*, Alexandra Davidow*, Tracy Fuller, Kelley Hashemi, Sophie Hu*, Melia Kramer, Keara McDevitt*, Olivia Philip*, Caylee Pickham*, Hollie Rudolph, Naomi Sailors, Brooke True*, Chloé Watson

Choreography: Gregory Amato, Coleen Lorenz (7:30 p.m. performance)

Composer/Lyricist: Andrew Lloyd Webber and Charles Hart 

Debut: 1986 London  

*Youth performers appear in the 7:30 p.m. performance only.

 

Mamma Mia! / “The Winner Takes It All”

Vocalist: Adrienne Tiffany Herro

Dancers: Alyssa-Marie Muña & Phoenix Wilkins

Choreography: Gregory Amato

Composer/Lyricists: Benny Anderrson and Bjorn Ulvaeus/ABBA

Debut: 1999 London  

 

Victor/Victoria / “Le Jazz Hot!”

Vocalist & Dancer: Mercury Van Sciver

Dancers: Léna Alvino, Jim Ballard, Tracy Fuller, Kelley Hashemi, Melia Kramer, Juan Carlos Magacho, Alyssa-Marie Muña, Bernardo Ramos, Hollie Rudolph, Naomi Sailors, Chloé Watson

Choreography: Gary Stanford, Jr.

Composer/Lyricist: Henry Mancini and Leslie Bricusse

Film Debut: 1982; Musical Stage Debut: 1995 

 

Anastasia / “Once Upon a December”

Youth Performers: Sasha Arbo, Harper Cao, Riley Keller, Julian Lam, Ciara Mcarthy, Roisin Mcarthy, Macy "Zee" Orta, Luna Sanders, Charlotte Saunders, Haley Scott, Maya Valdivia, Mila von Treskow
Choreography: Gary Stanford, Jr.

Composer/Lyricist: Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty

Debut: 2017

In the Heights / “Carnaval del Barrio”

Featured Vocalist: Monica Airo

Vocalists: Kelsey Dougherty, Adrienne Tiffany Herro, Damian Marhefka, Gary Stanford Jr., Jepoy Ramos, Arielle Rothman, Rachel Sue, Mercury Van Sciver

Dancers: Léna Alvino, Jim Ballard, Tracy Fuller, Evan Johnston, Kelley Hashemi, Melia Kramer, Juan Carlos Magacho, Alyssa-Marie Muña, Bernardo Ramos, Hollie Rudolph, Naomi Sailors, Chloé Watson, Phoenix Wilkins

Choreography: Gregory Amato

Composer/Lyricist: Lin-Manuel Miranda

Debut: 2008 

 

Hairspray / “You Can’t Stop the Beat”

Full company

Choreography: Gary Stanford

Composer/Lyricist: Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman

Debut: 1988 film; Musical Stage Debut: 2002 

Vocalists

Artistic Leadership and Vocalists

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Gary Stanford, Jr.

Gary Stanford, Jr. is ecstatic to be the Artistic Director and a performer in the world premiere of Salute to Broadway! He recently completed a 2022/2023 stint as Stage Director for Les Misérables (Throckmorton Theater) and as dance choreographer for Matilda (Mills HS), Head Over Heels (Capuchino HS), Grease (SSFHS) and 9 to 5 (Hillsdale HS). As a stage actor, he recently enjoyed his theater adventures as Elisha Whitney in Anything Goes (42nd Street Moon Theater) in SF, as King Powell in Presidio Theatre’s production of Sleeping Beauty in SF, as Tom Collins in RENT with Marin Musical Theatre Company, and as Rudolph Reisenweber with Mountain Play’s production of Hello, Dolly!. When not performing, you can catch Mr. Stanford as the Director of Education, leading the 42nd Street MoonSchool programming, which brings art and performance opportunities to youth in SF, Daly City, and Mill Valley. He hopes you enjoy the show and wonders of musical theater!

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Justin Pyne

Bio coming soon.

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Gregory Amato

Mr. Amato has been the Artistic Director at Peninsula Ballet Theatre and PBT Conservatory since 2017, where he has created over 40 original works, including full-length productions of The Nutcracker, Cinderella, Carmina Burana, Carnival of the Animals, and Carmen.  Gregory Amato has a wide breadth of experience in the international world of ballet. Mr. Amato has performed in over 50 countries, including for the Queen of England, two presidents, numerous ambassadors, dignitaries, and prime ministers. He was selected by New York City Ballet principal dancer Edward Villella to become a founding member of the Miami City Ballet, before performing with the Ballet du Nord in France. He was then similarly chosen by Michael Smuin as a founding member of Smuin Ballet. While dancing there, Michael Smuin created several ballets on Mr. Amato, including "Frankie and Johnny,” and "Cyrano." He also appeared in the movie, "The Fantastics," which Smuin choreographed. Mr. Amato competed and won the gold medal in the Fred Astaire International Ballroom Dance Competition. Despite his impressive ballet career, his personal highlight was his experience as the featured dancer at Carnegie Hall for the 100th Celebration of George Gershwin’s birthday.

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Merrill Grant

Merrill Grant is thrilled to perform with this incredible group! Merrill loves dancers as she grew up as a serious ballet dancer. After majoring in opera, she went into musical theater. Favorite roles include Ivy Smith in Leonard Bernstein’s On the Town, Maria in West Side Story, Louisa in The Fantasticks, and originating the lead role of Marilyn Miller in a musical based on the life of this 1920s stage star. She premiered roles in new musicals for both the NYMF and NY Fringe Festivals and made debuts at Avery Fisher Hall and Weill Recital Hall during her 11 years in New York. She has also performed and toured extensively with the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players, and with her own cabaret act, My Shirley Years. Merrill now resides in Noe Valley and has performed with The Magic Theatre, Contra Costa Civic Theatre, Mountain Play, Broadway by the Bay, and originated roles in the musicals called pantomimes (“pantos”) produced by the Presidio Theatre for the last three holiday seasons. Next month she’ll portray Sarah Bernhardt in The Divine Sarah, a new musical, at Ross Valley Players. www.merrillgrant.com

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Jepoy Ramos

Jepoy Ramos is a Software Solutions Engineer and an active member of the Bay Area theater community. He has worked as an actor, producer, director, playwright, production / stage manager, and crew for various theater companies including Bay Area Musicals, Bindlestiff Studios, Custom Made Theatre Company, Hillbarn Theatre, Palo Alto Players, Ray of Light Theatre, Woodside Musical Theatre, and many others. He is a proud member of the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle. In his limited spare time, you can see Jepoy teaching fitness at F45 Studio in San Bruno and Cupertino, running multiple Spartan Races all over the US, or traveling to different cities around the world. Follow his adventures at @jepriy. Full send!

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Monica Airo

Monica Airo is an actor, singer, dancer, and musician. On stage principal roles include Salsa Dancer in Guys and Dolls, Kathy in Stephen Soundhiem’s Company touring cast, The Villain in Saving the Old Homestead, and Belle in A Christmas Carol. Monica has modeled for Macy’s, Vera Wang, Facade Cosmetics, Ellington Fans, and Teen Magazine and has been featured on buses, banners, and billboards in three campaigns. She performed as a dancer with the NewGround Theatre Dance Company in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, was sponsored by GAP as ambassador for the US at Dance For Peace conference in Czech Republic, as the Sugar Plum Fairy, in music videos, in salsa shows in Los Angeles, and as an NFL Cheerleader. She studied tango in Argentina and flamenco in Spain. She currently dances in LA, New York, and London. Monica sang the national anthem at an NFL game and background vocals for local artists in English and Spanish. She specializes as a Realtor in global relocation, investments, and business development consultants, and enjoys outdoor activities, long walks on the beach, and supporting environmental causes.

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Rachel Sue

Rachel Sue is a graduate of CSU East Bay, currently singing with Outta Pocket, doing event photography, and fashion design around the Bay Area. She has been involved in productions both onstage and behind the scenes for almost 20 years, with favorites including Secret Garden (TheatreWorks 2011), Peter Pan (Berkeley Playhouse 2015), and The Phantom of the Opera (Stage 1 Theatre/Ohlone College Theatre Dept. 2019). She feels so blessed to be involved in this Salute to Broadway! with this incredible cast and crew.

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Kelsey Dougherty

Kelsey Dougherty is currently a senior at Oakland School for the Arts in the Musical Theatre sub-pathway. Kelsey has performed in numerous Bay Area theater productions including All Together Now, Evita (Landmark Musical Theatre), A Christmas Story, The Wizard of Oz (Berkeley Playhouse), and The Music Man (YMTC). She has spent her past two summers touring with the Vanguard Cadets and the Mandarins to the Drum Corps International World Championships. Kelsey is so excited to be a part of Salute to Broadway!

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Adrienne Tiffany Herro

Adrienne Tiffany Herro has been treading the Bay Area theater boards for over 30 years and is thrilled to be working with Peninsula Broadway Theater for the first time! Regional credits include: Donna Sheridan (Mamma Mia!), Fierce Protector (Mama Dragons staged reading), Dolores (The Wild Party), Courtesan Ancestor (The Addams Family), The Woman (Death of a Salesman) - San Jose Stage Company; Mrs. Cratchett (Scrooge in Love), featured dancer/ensemble (Carnival), featured dancer/ensemble (Du Barry was a Lady) - 42nd Street Moon; Marie Dindon (La Cage Aux Folles) - San Francisco Playhouse. Other favorite roles include: Diana (Next to Normal); Mother in Ragtime, Velma Kelly in Chicago, Amy in Company, Vicky Nichols in The Full Monty, Virtue in Anything Goes, the Pretzel in The Producers, and the Strawberry Seller in Oliver!. Adrienne is a Bay Area native, a wife, and a mom to three kids and two very dapper corgis! Up next: playing the role of Annie in Calendar Girls at Pacifica Spindrift. She hopes to see you there!

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Arielle Rothman

Singing since the age of 5, Arielle Rothman has starred in over 20 musicals including favorites; Eponine in Les Miserables, Dorthy in The Wiz, Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors and Roxie in Chicago. Winning SF Musical Concerto Award & best pop vocalist at the Beach Blanket Babylon competition helped Arielle to co-write & produce her first EP which led to consistent writing & recording. After multiple singles & shows, her music video secured a place on stage in 2010 Miami Fanfest at SuperbowlXLIV. Arielle has sung the national anthem at sporting events including NY Yankees, Red Sox, Oakland Athletics baseball games, and Golden Gloves and championship UFC matches. Last year, she returned to her musical theater roots in Sister Act at Hillbarn Theatre.

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Mercury Van Sciver

Mercury Van Sciver is honored to be performing with Peninsula Broadway Theater for the first time at the Fox Theatre. Originally from Los Angeles, at 17 Van Sciver received his college training at The Juilliard School and earned his BFA from Dominican University. While in school, he performed with multiple dance companies, the San Francisco Symphony, San Francisco Opera’s production of Moby Dick, and received awards and scholarships from the Dizzy Feet Foundation, the Chris Helman Award, and Princess Grace Awards. Upon graduating, Van Sciver joined Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet, touring internationally for over six years. In 2018, he joined the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus as well as Sister Magic Productions. The following year, he joined the chorus’ a capella group, HomoPhonics, in which he’s been able to sing, dance, and choreograph. Most recently was in Panto in the Presidio's production of The Sleeping Beauty as Prince Prince. Van Sciver would like to thank everyone near, far, and wide for being a part of his journey and appreciates the opportunity to show himself and his love of life.

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Damian Marhefka

Damian Marhefka has been singing and acting in the US and abroad for much of his life and here in the Bay Area for the last 15 years. He was most recently seen in Annie at Woodside Community Theatre as Bert Healey and the roller skating butler Drake. Other roles around the Bay have included Zack in A Chorus Line (Pacific Coast Rep.), Capt. Von Trapp in Sound of Music (WCT), Arthur in Camelot (Lyric Theatre) and J.D. Sheldrake in Promises, Promises (South Bay Musical Theatre). Damian is a professional voice actor (dmvoices.com), represented in the Bay Area by Stars, as well as a professional photographer (damianmarhefka.com)

CrewStaff

Crew

Technical Director: Dave LeBlanc

Stage Manager: Alyssa Houston

Assistant Stage Manager: Kay Tetzner

Front of House Manager: Jeff Stoll

Lighting Designer: Austin Critchlow

Light Board Operator: Max Pereira

Digital Projection Designer: Zachary Norris

Audio Operator: Richard Healy

Audio Assistant: Brian Yang

Costumer: Lisa Danz

Costumer Assistant: Judie Luu

Wardrobe: Nina Amato, Nina Baratoff, Yuki Suzuki

Prop Master: Kevin Stanford

Volunteer Manager: Leslie Kramer

Peninsula Broadway Theater extends thanks and appreciation to:

Notre Dame Belmont High School

Hillsdale High School

Margaret Marshall

Capuchino High School

Michelle Lemire

42nd Street Moon Theater

Andrea Sue

National Charity League

Staff

Executive Director & CEO: Christine Leslie

Ballet Mistress: Nina Amato 

Company Manager: Chloé Watson 

School Manager: Léna Alvino 

School Administrator: Shannon Briesach Schueller

Facilities Manager: Lance Huntley

Chief Financial Officer: Jan Mendez 

Bookkeeper: Annette Mellado

Marketing Director: Michael Davis 

Public Relations: Jon Finck 

Web/Graphic Designer: Maria Nichols 

Photographer: Vin Eiamvuthikorn

Costumes provided by:

Ohlone College Students and Drama Department

Desired Effect

Lisa Danz Rentals

Judie Luu

Nina Amato/Classical Ballet of California

Christine Leslie

Kevin Stanford

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