|KENNEY M. GREEN*. Off-Broadway: Fairy Tale (Gemstone), Growing Up 70's featuring Barry
Williams (Luther). Tours: Smokey
Joe's Cafe w /Gladys Knight (Victor), The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber
(Europe). Member AEA.
writes pop songs for people who don’t think they like pop music. Hs
debut album Music for a Bright Moon
Sky (Stay Clean Music, 2005) completely sold out of its first
run, and music from that release was featured on 20th Century Fox and
MTV television shows, and on XM Radio. His sophomore release, titled Struggle Fantastic, funded mostly
by donations from Andy’s fans, was released last fall, along with a
surprise album entitled 410. www.Facebook.com/AndyMacPage
|TARA NOVIE was most recently seen
in Theatrical Gems' Wildcat
in December, and was also featured as Princess Kyra in their benefit
performance of Mr. President
last July. New York: Jurassic
Parq: The Broadway Musical (FringeNYC '10), Cocaine: The Band- The Musical (NYMF
'10), Isabelle and the Pretty-Ugly
Spell (Bleecker Street Theatre) Regional: Rent, John Engeman Theater (Mimi
u/s), Les Misérables,
Weston Playhouse (Factory Girl), Weathervane Repertory Theatre.
Tara holds a BFA in Musical Theater from Pace University and is a
graduate of LaGuardia High School of Performing Arts.
recently appeared in New York as in Theatrical Gems’ Wildcat. Other regional credits
include Nine (Stephanie
Necrophorus), Hello Dolly
(Irene Molloy), How to Succeed…
(Smitty), Guys & Dolls
(Adelaide), Bye Bye Birdie
(Rose Alvarez), Fiddler on the Roof
New Bedford Festival Theatre, winner of the 2008 Moss Hart award for
Best Production. www.erinoneilactress.com
|MICHAL SALONIA* created the role of
Ralph in Fat Horse and Slim
at Circle in the Square under the direction of Theodore Mann. New York
credits include featured roles in Wildcat
and Mr. President, Mr.
Fezziwig in A Christmas Carol,
Ben Weeks in The Normal Heart,
and Quince in Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Favorite regional roles include Moonface in Anything Goes, Nathan in Guys and Dolls, Ali Hakim in Oklahoma!, and Marryin’ Sam in Li’l Abner as well as most of the
“patter” roles in the G & S canon. He is an
active teaching artist and proud member of Young Educators in the Arts.
excited to be appearing in this production. This is his first
production outside of his home state of Massachusetts. He
has participated in theater since middle school, and has always enjoyed
it. Past favorite roles in shows include Mr. Mushnik (Little Shop of Horrors), Marius (Les Mis), and Reverend Shaw Moore (Footloose). He would like to thank
everyone involved in this for the opportunity, as well as his friends
and family for their support. Break a leg everyone!
|CAITLIN FERCHAW is currently a
senior Theater Performance major at Wagner College, where she can be
seen in the upcoming production of Seussical
The Musical, directed by Michele Pawk. Caitlin hails from
Connecticut, where she has done most of her performing, and some of her
favorite productions include Little
Shop of Horrors, Bat Boy,
and Les Misérables.
She is incredibly grateful for this opportunity and gives her sincerest
thanks to everyone involved.
is currently studying at Wagner College as a Theatre Performance major.
Originally from Enfield, Connecticut, Seth is concurrently working on a
student-run production at Wagner of A
New Brain (Mr. Bungee). He was recently seen performing at Sea
View Playwright's Theatre on Staten Island in Sweeney Todd (Ensemble) and back
home in the East Hartford Summer Youth Festival's production of Kiss Me, Kate (Bill
Calhoun/Lucentio). Seth would like to thank Jacob and Steve for the
opportunity to participate in this cabaret, and his family and friends
for their continued support.
|ASHLEY PRIMAVERA is thrilled to be
doing her first show with Theaterical Gems! She is a junior music major
at Wagner College, concentrating on vocal performance. Lately, she has
performed in a few student productions at Wagner College and over 40
shows throughout her life growing up in Pennsylvania. Many thanks to
her supportive family and to KSA!
is thrilled to join the Theatrical Gems family! Recent appearances
include High Society (Tracy
Samantha Lord) for the Leonia Players Guild, and Lennie Watts' CabLab
Showcase 2011 at Don't Tell Mama. She is the recipient of a 2009 NJACT
Perry Award for her work in Irving
Berlin: The Melody Lingers On at Bergen County Players, and has
been featured in theatre companies in NY and NJ. Love to Family and Tim!
|STEVEN H. TAYLOR (Musical Director/Piano).
Previous musical directing credits include Theatrical Gems’ Wildcat, Mr. President, and Real Men Wear Pink and Sing Showtunes,
two student written revues at Wagner College, Godspell, The Rocky Horror Show, School House Rock Live, and Dreamgirls. He is currently working
at Our Lady Queen of Peace in Maywood, NJ as their Musical Director.