Well, hello, Halloween weekend, you devil! You've stolen our audience for Friday and Saturday evenings! Boooooooooooooo. We don't want our FANTASTIC and BELLA cast to perform to a woefully small audience, so, YOU THERE, LOVER OF GOOD THEATER: Boo! here is your chance to get TWO TICKETS for $25. Friday and Saturday evenings. To activate this offer, just mention it at the Box Office. Show starts at 8 PM. Box Office opens at 7:15. You can't hardly go to a 3D movie for that kinda
Gosh, we loved Emma Boroson so much in "Spelling Bee," when she won our hearts (and the magic foot's) as Olive. She brought sweetness and intelligence (and a wonderful voice) to that funny and engaging play. Now she's bringing verve and sex appeal (and that wonderful voice) to the role of Franca Naccarelli in "The Light In The Piazza." and we couldn't be happier. It shows a whole different side of her -- and the shoes are much more chic and pointy. Emma, who lives right in Ar
Stephanie Mann, Signora Naccarelli in "The Light In The Piazza," is thrilled to be making her AFD debut. A native of Richmond, VA, she is a graduate of Boston Conservatory at Berklee with a Masters of Music in Voice/Opera Performance and of Brandeis University with a Bachelors of Arts in Theatre Arts. An active performer in New England and regionally, she has performed with such companies as Longwood Opera, The Savoyard Light Opera Company, Raylynmor Opera, New England Opera
Gary Ames, Fabrizio Naccarelli in "The Light In The Piazza," is a Salem-based actor and musician who is delighted to join AFD’s incredible cast for this production. Previous credits include Drew Boley in "Rock of Ages," The Emcee in "Cabaret," Rapunzel’s Prince in "Into The Woods," Combeferre in "Les Miserables," and Bobby in "Company," all withMarblehead Little Theatre. When not on stage, Gary plays piano in the Boston-based jazz quartet Savoir Faire.
Dan Moore, Signor Naccarelli in "The Light In The Piazza," is very pleased to be joining so many talented performers in this production. Musical theater is Dan’s passion. He teaches music/musical theater at Framingham High School and is the Music Director for FHS musicals. He has his own private voice studio in Roslindale and at Arlington Street Church in Boston. Dan also teaches, performs, and musically directs at Riverside Theatre Works. His AFD credits are: Etches in "Tita
Shh... places. It's all blue light and barely contained excitement behind the scrim at our "Piazza." It's pretty damn great. You should catch it! Karen Fanale as Margaret, Dan Moore as Signor, and John Eldridge as a specter. Evelyn Corsini is a props WIZARD even in blue light. This is how the assistant stage manager watches the show. And this. Tom Richardson as Roy, enjoys his cigars. Pretty sure John Eldridge, music director, is not possessed. But wouldn't press it... It was
This, Friends... Suzanne Reese Mills and Dan Murray (yes, that's a sunburn on Dan). Gary Ames PLASTIC HEADBAND! Ryan Began, Suzanne, and Lindsay Hurley costume designer Emma Boroson, Megan McCormick, Stephanie Mann. Suzanne, Philip Paquet, Lindsay, and Karen Fanale Megan, Sydney, Suzanne, Karen
Tom Kelleher, Giuseppe Naccarelli in "The Light In The Piazza," is excited to be making his debut with Arlington Friends of the Drama Theatre! He plays the naughty but nice brother to our hero, Fabrizio. Most recently, Tom appeared in Stage 284's production of "Annie Get Your Gun" (Frank Butler) and Moonstruck Theater Company's production of "West Side Story" (Tony). Other recent credits include: "Urinetown" (Officer Lockstock) and "Gypsy" (Tulsa). Tom received his training i