Produced Off-Broadway by Samjack, Ltd., Susann Brinkley and James B. Freydberg at the Jane Street Theatre where it opened February 14, 1998, under the direction of Peter Askin.
Originally produced in New York City by David Binder in association with the Westbeth Theatre Center, Arnold Engelman, Producing Director.
HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.
Dear PMT Forever Friends,
Welcome to the Gargaro Theater and Pittsburgh Musical Theater’s production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. I am so excited to have you here in the West End. This production will truly rock your world, and I am proud of the talented professional artists who came together to make this possible.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater has evolved greatly over the past few years. This is our second season in the new Gargaro Theater, and our first production of our 2018-2019 Rockin West End Series. Thank you for coming to support our artistic work and the West End community.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater is made up of many talented artists, designers, musicians and students, and we are excited to offer incredible production opportunities to all. By attending this production, you are helping us continue to do so for many years to come.
So, sit back and enjoy the ups, downs, and rock outs of Hedwig and the Angry Inch! I am so happy to have you here, and I hope you enjoy the show.
Executive Artistic Director
Pittsburgh Musical Theater
BRADEN CHAPMAN (Hedwig/Multimedia Projection Design) is a director, writer, actor, designer and producer. This is Braden’s 6th production of Hedwig and he is thrilled to be making his PMT debut. He most recently starred in the 20th Anniversary Production of Hedwig which received a Barrymore Nomination. Aside from two notorious turns on RuPaul’s Drag Race (and RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars), as Mimi Imfurst he has also appeared in drag on Nurse Jackie (dir. John Cameron Mitchell), Celebrity Apprentice, Blue Bloods, The Big And Show and ABC’s What Would You Do? She was crowned Miss’d America 2017 and later that year became the first American Drag Queen to perform in Cuba since the embargo. He founded the ground-breaking gender bending “girl” group XELLE and as a producer created RuPaul’s Drag Race Battle of the Seasons, the Divas of Drag and Dragapalooza tours which have toured the world. Aside from touring as a drag comedian, onstage she has starred in productions of Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Hedwig), American Idiot (St. Jimmy), The Rocky Horror Show (Frank N Furter), Into the Woods (Witch), The Diary of Anne Frankenstein (Anne) as well as Mary, Like a Virgin (The Virgin Mary), Thank You For Being a Friend (The Golden Girls Unauthorized Musical) (Roz), and Rhoda Heartbreak: The Musical (Rhoda). Most recently he conceived & directed the award winning new play Divine/Intervention, the first ever play about the life of the John Waters muse Divine. Many of her music is available on iTunes including his debut solo album The Fire, select tracks from Queens, as well as his parodies and most recent singles Sweet Transvestite (from The Rocky Horror Show) and (A Little) Piece of Peace). Much thanks to PMT and the city of Pittsburgh for their incredible embrace. If you enjoy the music in tonight’s show Braden’s recording of Hedwig is available on iTunes and other digital music outlets Hedwig and the Angry Inch (20th Anniversary Recording) MimiImfurst.com @MimiImfurst LIFT UP YOUR HANDS!
LACEY PETRUCCI (Yitzhak) still can’t believe this is happening! As a student of the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory, Lacey stood right where you’re sitting tonight, surrounded by hopeful “PMT Kids” imagining and dreaming of how amazing it would be for Pittsburgh Musical Theater to make this space their own. 17 years later, she is standing backstage at PMT’s very own Gargaro Theater waiting to grace the stage as the only female lead in this ground breaking and gender bending production! Formerly known as Larissa Overholt, Lacey Petrucci is a local artist who has studied, worked and played in and all around the Pittsburgh “Neighborhood” professionally for the past 18 years. Lacey was notably mentioned in The Post’s “Best of Pittsburgh Theater” for her portrayal of Ariel in PMT’s 2015 production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid and returned to the title role this past March 2018. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from Point Park University in 2007 and found her other half that same year during PMT’s production of Footloose (Rusty). Past Credits: PMT: We Will Rock You, Grease (Rizzo), Saturday Night Fever (Stephanie Mangano), Peter Pan (Grown-Up Wendy), Young Frankenstein, Seussical the Musical (Mayzie LaBird), Les Miserables, Legally Blonde (Pilar), Jesus Christ Superstar (Tormentor - 2012 / SoulGirl - 2007), Beauty and the Beast (Silly Girl), Cats (Demeter), The Sound of Music, Evita, West Side Story (Consuelo), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, My Fair Lady (Swing), and Annie (Duffy). LPPAC: A Lyrical Christmas Carol (Mrs. Cratchet). Throughline Theatre Company: The Ruling Class (Mrs. Treadwell). Behind the scenes, Lacey has enjoyed rocking out with the award-winning, Elite Show Band, brightening a child’s day with Fairytale Princess Visits and directing choreographing the cool and caring community of Comtra Theatre. Currently a Resident Artist of PMT, Lacey shares her passion of theater with the newest generation of hopeful “PMT Kids.” As a mother of three, Lacey is beyond grateful she can even function half the time, let alone enjoy life as a working artist! Lacey is proud to have grown in a city that celebrates art and fights for love. Pittsburgh thrives with a broken but beating heart that can be mended with art that reminds us that we’re all different and yet so very much the same. Art like this! We risk our lives to keep art alive for it is art that keeps us living. “Lift up your hands!”
“Tear Me Down”
“The Origin of Love”
“Wig in a Box”
“Wicked Little Town”
“The Long Grift”
“Wicked Little Town (Reprise)”
NICK STAMATAKIS (Keyboard) is a Pittsburgh based pianist, composer and music director thrilled for his PMT debut. Nick has theater credits at dozens of local arts organizations, including most recently Pittsburgh CLO Spark Festival, Split Stage Productions and Carnegie Stage. Nick has served as a teaching artist at Pittsburgh Musical Theater Rauh Conservatory, Bricolage Theater Education Program and Arcade Comedy Theater and music directed / accompanied at local high schools and universities. Education: BS Industrial Engineering and BA Music University of Pittsburgh, Masters in Data Science University of California, Berkeley.
NATHAN ZOOB (Guitar 1) is a singer/songwriter/guitarist living in Lawrenceville, PA. You can catch him as a founding member of Pittsburgh phenom Wreck Loose, as the guitarist for songwriters Paul Luc, Mark Dignam and others, or in his capacity as a solo act. He’s also the musical director for WYEP’s Holiday Hootenanny (Dec. 6th at the August Wilson Center) and the WDVE Christmas Party (Dec. 13th at Jergels). Nathan is currently working on his first full length album “California’s Burning,” a follow up to 2015’s “Curriculum Vitae” EP.
JONATHAN CORDLE (Guitar 2) has been playing guitar on stage since the age of 13. He graduated from the Duquesne University’s School of Music in 2006 and has been an active member of the Pittsburgh music scene in bands like Mother Sun and recording acts such as the Homeless Gospel Choir. Jonathan has been teaching music for 14 years, currently at Sunburst School of Music in Squirrel Hill. He enjoys using his background of writing music, recording and performance to empower students to create art.
TRACEY WHORTON (Percussion) enjoys playing many percussion instruments ranging from snare drum to steelpan. She is currently working with rock bands Love Dumpster and Venus in Furs and can also be spotted playing congas with salsa sensation Noel Quintana and the Latin Crew.
PETER GUELLARD (Bass) Music producer, musician and filmmaker, Peter Guellard grew up in Poland where he earned his B.A. in literature from University of Łódź before immigrating to the USA in 1991. While still in Poland, Peter played bass and sung for several top Polish bands and was featured in BBC documentary “My Blood, Your Blood”, a story of the independent rock scene in communist Poland. After settling in Pittsburgh, he continued his education at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh and later expanded his experience as studio recording engineer, music, radio and video producer. He is known from performing with several local and national bands. Currently Peter is involved with Venus In Furs and Polish band Blitzkrieg.
LEAH BLACKWOOD (Scenic Charge) has been scene painting in the Pittsburgh area since 1984.You may have seen her work at Theaters including City Theatre Company, Prime Stage, Barebones, Bricolage, Front Porch Theatrics, and The Jewish Theater of Pittsburgh to name a few. Leah has also worked in the local film industry, and was on the production crew of Mister Rogers Neighborhood. Thanks to Pittsburgh Musical Theater for ten fun seasons!
BRIANNA BOOHER (Graphic Designer) Growing up just north of Pittsburgh, Brianna played her way through high school in jazz, symphonic, marching, and steel drum performing bands. She was also seen in the orchestra pit with her alto saxophone as a member of the musical ensemble for productions of Thoroughly Modern Millie, Seussical, Starmites, and Grease. She is an avid coffee drinker who values happiness above all else. Brianna is a recent graduate of Robert Morris University with a B.A. in Media Arts - Graphic Design and a minor in photography. She has taken photos around the world for work and leisure in Ireland, Florida, California, and east-coast beaches. Since graduation, she has expanded her photography skills to take photos of sporting events, senior portraits, and is continuously looking for faces and places to snap! She is excited to be a part of Pittsburgh Musical Theater, which gives her the chance to express her passion for both music and art combined.
KATY CLICK (Stage Manager) is a freelance Stage Manager, contentedly working with several companies in the Pittsburgh area. She is thrilled to return to Pittsburgh Musical Theater after working on Evil Dead the Musical. Other stage management credits include Grey Gardens, A New Brain (Front Porch Theatricals), Rhinegold (Pittsburgh Festival Opera), Jesus Christ Superstar, Annie, The Musical (The Strand Theater), and Oklahoma! (Pine-Richland High School). Various production credits include: The Revolutionists (City Theatre), DODO (Bricolage), Mr. Burns: a post-electric play (12 Peers Theater), Big Fish, Violet (FPT), Sweeney Todd, Intermezzo, If I Loved You... (PFO), Peribañez, The River, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, and Collaborators (Quantum Theatre). She fills in any remaining time assisting with load ins, strikes, working at the New Hazlett Theater, and walking other people’s dogs. After the final notes of this “Midnight Radio” end, she will smoothly segue to stage managing Bricolage’s Midnight Radio’s Die Hard N’at. Katy holds a BA in nothing-she-is-currently-using from Allegheny College in Meadville, PA.
JEREMY EIBEN (Assistant to the Costume Designer), Senior B.F.A. Costume Designer at Point Park University. Honored to finally work on his first Pittsburgh Musical Theater Production. He has recently designed the costumes for the Regional Premier of Dogfight at Stage 62 and also the Specialty Costume Craftsman for Cabaret at the Pittsburgh Playhouse. He has worked with The Pittsburgh Playhouse Conservatory Company, The REP, Playhouse Jr, Resonance Works, Carnegie Performing Arts Center, Stage 62, and now Pittsburgh Musical Theater. Upcoming work include Coram Boy (Specialty Costume Craftsman), Sunday in the Park with George (Specialty Costume Craftsman), & Vinegar Tom (Costume Designer). A big thanks to everyone who supports his dreams and choices, especially his Mom who helps expand his dreams. Website: JeremyETaylorDesig.Wixsite.com/portfolio
COLLEEN DOYNO (Director & Executive Artistic Director) proudly serves as the Executive Artistic Director for Pittsburgh Musical Theater. She came to PMT in 1997 as a performer and faculty member. She then was named Conservatory Director in 2001 and added the additional title General Manager in 2003. During her tenure as Conservatory Director and General Manager, Ms. Doyno directed and choreographed countless shows for both the Professional and Conservatory theater companies. Several of these shows have been counted as the “Best of Pittsburgh” in the annual Pittsburgh Post Gazette year in review-including the Conservatory Theater Company’s 2013 production of Miss Saigon, the first student show to be so honored. In 2013 Colleen’s achievements were recognized with the prestigious “Woman of Integrity” award and her commitment to mentoring young women into future leaders was honored as a finalist for the 2013 “Athena” award. Ms. Doyno is a strong advocate for the development of the West End Community, which serves as PMT’s forever home. She has worked with Pittsburgh City Council, PA State and Allegheny County officials and the Mayor’s office to advance growth in the area. She also organized the West End’s efforts for the Pittsburgh Marathon that led it to be named “best in neighborhood entertainment” along the route. Ms. Doyno is proud to produce affordable high quality Broadway style shows through PMT’s Byham and PMT’s new Rockin West End Series. She has a deeply held belief in developing our children into healthy, self-assured, well-rounded individuals through the arts. This belief is at the heart of her educational philosophy and has guided the success of the conservatory under her direction. Colleen considers herself fiercely local and is dedicated to concentrating on the positive found in each individual and each day that she faces.
MARIAN EMANUELSON (Development Associate) is currently a Master of Arts Management student at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College and previously graduated in May of 2018 with a B.S. in Arts Management from Indiana University Bloomington. She was a student at PMT for 6 years and is so excited to be back working with the people who have helped her become who she is today!
BETH GEATCHES (Development Manager) is delighted to work with Pittsburgh Musical Theater as the new Development Manager and proud to support this fabulous production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. She recently received her Master of Arts Management degree from Carnegie Mellon University, and has previously worked for City Theatre and Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Beth performs regularly at Arcade Comedy Theater in downtown Pittsburgh as a cast member of the musical improv team The High Scores and the family-friendly improv team Penny Arcade. Thank you all for supporting Pittsburgh Musical Theater!
LINDSAY KALBFLEISCH (Marketing & Media Manager) is proud to be a part of the PMT team! She is also a resident artist at the Rauh Conservatory and a PMT kid herself having been a student here for many years! She has been seen in many PMT shows including last season’s The Little Mermaid (Alanna) and Evil Dead the Musical (Female Swing). Lindsay holds a BA in Journalism and Media Communications from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at ASU. She thanks you for attending this performance and can’t wait to see you back again. Be sure to follow us on social media and watch what happens!
AMBER KOCHER (Props Master / Box Office & Audience Services Manager / Accessibility Coordinator) hails from Pittsburgh, with her husband, Kevin and son, Brody. She is a graduate of Clarion University and is the Props Master, Set Dresser, Jack-of-all-Trades Resident Artist at PMT. Her most recent credits with PMT include Evil Dead The Musical, Avenue Q, The Little Mermaid, Young Frankenstein, Shrek, and many more. Amber has been with the company since 2012, and is looking forward to many more rockin’ seasons with Pittsburgh Musical Theater.
TODD NONN (Lighting Designer) is the Resident Lighting Designer for PMT. This will be his 9th season working on productions with the company. He will also occasionally design a set for one of the shows too. Todd also is the Technical Director for all of Squonk Opera’s shows touring around the world, the Assistant Lighting Designer for all of Pittsburgh Opera’s performances at the Benedum, a stagehand with IATSE Local#3, a Lighting Designer at RMU, and works on many other productions. In his free time he enjoys the outdoors, camping and backpacking.
BRITTON MAUK (Set Designer) is a Pittsburgh-based scenic designer. He was recently profiled as a “theatre person to watch” by AmericanTheatre.org and “12 People To Meet in 2018” by Pittsburgh Post Gazette. His design credits span musicals, straight plays, operas, and special events. Britton designs regularly for Pittsburgh Playhouse, where he earned rave reviews for shows such as Heads, Urinetown, Wig Out!, Scottsboro Boys, and many more. During his time as Resident Scenic Designer at Quantum Theatre, some of his favorite designs were Chickens in the Yard and The River. Britton has also designed for local companies City Theatre, Prime Stage, Pittsburgh Musical Theater, CLO Cabaret, Attack Theatre, and Opera Theatre of Pittsburgh, and for regional theatres Cardinal Stage in Bloomington, IN, Mixed Blood in Minneapolis, MN, CATCO in Columbus, OH, and West Virginia Public Theatre in Morgantown, WV. Britton earned a Master of Fine Arts in Scenic Design from Carnegie Mellon University and a BFA in Scenic Design from California Institute of the Arts. He is a visiting assistant professor at Point Park University, a committee member for the USITT Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and enjoys mentoring young theater makers as part of the USITT Gateway program.
JOHN CAMERON MITCHELL (Book) HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, written with Stephen Trask, made its debut on the stage of Squeezebox, a New York City rock ‘n’ roll drag bar. The show then premiered Off-Broadway, receiving rave reviews. He was awarded an Obie Award, a “New York Magazine” Award, a Drama League Award and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Off-Broadway Musical. John’s film adaptation of HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH received directing and acting awards at festivals such as Sundance (Audience Award, Best Director), Berlin, Deauville, Seattle International, San Francisco International, and San Francisco’s Lesbian & Gay. The film was also honored by the National Board of Review, The L.A. Film Critics Association, “Premiere Magazine” and the Golden Globes (Nomination: Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy). He has received a Drama Desk Award Nomination for his role of Dickon in the Broadway production of THE SECRET GARDEN. Off-Broadway, Mitchell received an Obie Award and a Drama Desk Award Nomination for his role of Larry Kramer in THE DESTINY OF ME. In Lincoln Center’s HELLO AGAIN, Mitchell received a Drama Desk Nomination. He also appeared in the original Broadway production of SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION and as Huck Finn in the Broadway production of BIG RIVER. Mitchell adapted and directed Tennessee Williams’ KINGDOM OF EARTH for New York’s Drama Dept. Theatre Company, of which he is a founding member.
CHRISTOPHER PATRICK (Makeup & Wig Designer) is a Journeyman Makeup Artist of I.A.T.S.E. Local 798 and has worked in theater, film and commercials in the Pittsburgh region for the past 12 years. He is thrilled to be in his 11th season with Pittsburgh Musical Theater. His film work includes makeup on The Avengers, Perks of Being a Wallflower, Super 8, Out of the Furnace, Foxcatcher, Last Witch Hunter, Concussion, and WGN’s Outsiders.
BRADY PATSY (Daddy Warbucks & Conservatory Director) is currently the Conservatory Director for The Richard E Rauh Conservatory and is a professional performer from the greater Pittsburgh area. He has performed with company’s such as Pittsburgh Musical Theater, West Virginia Public Theater, Boston’s North Shore Music Theater Company, and many others. In 2008, Brady spent a year working for the Walt Disney World Company. There, he had the opportunity to work with Regis and Kelly, Billy Ray and Miley Cyrus, Fantasia Burrino, David Cook, Jon and Kate Gosselin, and many others! Upon returning to PA, he jumped right back on the stage and has been performing non-stop. During 2010-12 he served as Production Administrator for Grayfin Arts Entertainment Events. He also served as an theater instructor for The Butler Center for the Performing Arts! Throughout his eleven years on the professional stage he has had the opportunity to play extraordinary roles in shows such as Sister Act (Curtis), Grease (Miss Lynch), The Little Mermaid (Grimsby), Children of Eden (Father), Hairspray (Edna Turnblad), Jesus Christ Superstar (Peter), Spring Awakening (Male Authority Figure), Beauty and the Beast (Cogsworth), Seussical (General Schmitz), RENT (Tom Collins), Les Miserables (Javert), Cats (Bustopher Jones/Gus) Legally Blonde, West Side Story, Fiddler on the Roof, Tarzan, and many others!
KATE QUEEN-TOOLE (Controller) has a B.A. in Communication/Theater, a B.S.B.A in Accounting, and an M.S. in Instructional Leadership from Robert Morris University. She has had the distinct pleasure of appearing in so many wonderful PMT productions since moving to Pittsburgh in 2007. Some of her favorite moments onstage with PMT include Maria in West Side Story, Wendla in Spring Awakening, and Jane in Tarzan. She is thrilled to be working with the students of PMT as an educator and resident artist. Kate values the mentorship and education she received from the many brilliant teachers and performers she’s had the opportunity to study under throughout her life; she is thrilled to join the ranks of PMT’s staff and become an active part of the development of many more brilliantly talented performers!
JONATHAN SAGE (Technical Director) has been with Pittsburgh Musical Theater for more than ten years and is excited to be part of another fabulous production. A Michigan State University alumnus, additional professional credits include The Boarshead Professional Theater in Lansing, Michigan and The Ohio Light Opera in Wooster, Ohio. Jonathan would like to thank his family for all of their love and support.
STEPHEN SANTA (Director) has staged over 30 productions in the Pittsburgh area and beyond. Favorite recent credits include: Avenue Q (PMT) which was voted Best Local Theater Production by The Pittsburgh City Paper. Sweeney Todd (Split Stage Productions), Next to Normal, The Producers, The Rocky Horror Show (Stage 62), Angels in America (Throughline Theatre), The Light in the Piazza (Front Porch Theatricals) and Dani Girl The Musical (The Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland.) Assistant director: Flashdance National Tour, the North American premiere of The Monster in the Hall and POP! a new musical starring Anthony Rapp at CITY Theatre, respectively. New York City: UNCHARTED: The Music of Anna K. Jacobs and a concert workshop of TEETH a New Musical. Both were performed at the famed Ars Nova Theatre. In 2013, he was named one of the top directors in Pittsburgh by CBS Local On-line. Stephen is the Artistic Director of Jumping Jack Theater, a children’s theater production company which creates original works for audiences that would benefit from sensory and autism-friendly strategies. Stephen wishes to thank his PMT family and the entire cast and creative time for their passion and dedication. This one is for Brad. He is a member of Actors’ Equity Association and The Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. Love to his LION. Please visit: www.stephensanta.com
ANTHONY JAMES SIRK (Costume Designer) is pleased to be returning to PMT after previously designing Rent, Sweeney Todd, Hunchback, Hair and Dreamgirls. Locally Anthony has designed for Pittsburgh Playwrights, CLO Cabaret, Pittsburgh Opera Festival, Carnegie Mellon University and The Rep at the Point Park Playhouse. Select design credits include: Madagascar (Theater Aspen, Aspen Colorado) Annie Get Your Gun, Our Town, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Shakespeare’s Land of the Dead, The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence, Guys and Dolls (Creede Repertory Theatre, Creede Colorado) The Last Romance (The Arvada Center, Denver Colorado) 42nd Street, Pop (Who Shot Andy Warhol), Rocky Horror Show, Les Miserables, Rashomon, A Dolls House (Western Carolina University, Sylva, North Carolina). Upcoming projects include Double Threat Trio at the CLO Cabaret , Newsies and In The Heights at Pittsburgh Musical Theatre
STEPHEN TRASK (Author) is the author of the music and lyrics for HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, as well as the Music Director for the show. He was the original leader of the notorious Squeeze Box house band. During his time there as Music Director he performed with Debbie Harry, Lene Lovitch, Hole, Green Day, Joey Ramone, as well as New York’s most popular drag queens. For five years Stephen performed with his band, Cheater, who originated the role of “The Angry Inch” Off-Broadway and performed on the original cast recording. From 1993-1998, Stephen danced with and accompanied The Corner Store Dance Company. He has scored numerous dance pieces and movies. During HEDWIG’s reign at the Jane Street Theatre, Stephen received an Obie Award, the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Off-Broadway Musical, a 1998 “New York Magazine” Award, Drama Desk nominations for Outstanding Music, Outstanding Lyrics, and Outstanding New Musical, a Grammy Nomination for Best Cast Album, and two GLAMA Awards: Best Cast Album and Best Score for Film or Stage. He was the producer for the album for the rock band Nancy Boy, as well as the score and soundtrack album for the film version of HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH. He also composed the music for the New York Theatre Workshop production of CAVEDWELLER, adapted from Dorothy Allison’s novel and works regularly in the film world supplying the original score for “Camp,” “The Station Agent,” and “The West Memphis Three.”
GEMMA LEIGH WILLIAMSON (Production Manager) is happy to be making the magic happen with PMT’s second After Hours show. Since 2007, Gemma has been a part of PMT’s family, serving as Production & Logistics Manager, and proud Actors Equity Member! Favorite Managing Credits include: Avenue Q, Grease, Sister Act, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Shrek, Legally Blonde, Disney’s Tarzan, Spring Awakening, Miss Saigon, Les Miserables, Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, and the GROOVY Evil Dead! Gemma teaches at the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory as the director of the Creative Learning Center, and is happy to begin the journey of musical theater with the youth in Pittsburgh’s community. She is also a part of PMT’s College Mentoring Program as a mentor to high school seniors who are interested in technical theater, education, theater management, journalism, and the like. You can catch Gemma wearing many different hats around her local community including the Freedom Cares Foundation Vice President and Choreographer for Freedom Area High School. She endlessly thanks Colleen, Amber, Jon, Kevin, Stephen, Katy, the Production & Design Team, the entire PMT Family, the members of IATSE Local 3, Nick and her Momma! She reminds you that high fives are really cool but taking photos during a production is not. Stand By. Keep Calm. Go.
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Ex Officio: State Representative Dan Deasy, Senator Wayne Fontana
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