Featured Artists

Adelaide Black

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Exuberant, studious soon to be 7th grader, passionate about musical theatre, regularly performing with her school drama class and other theatre groups such as Columbia County Youth Theatre in Chatham, NY, The Playgroup Theatre in White Plains, New York, and Standing Ovations (f/k/a Lighthouse Theatre), highlights of Adelaide’s young career have been performing as Ariel in the “Little Mermaid, Jr.”, Olaf and Young Elsa in CCYT’s “Frozen Jr.”, Alladin in “Alladin Jr.”, The Miller in “Little Red Hen”, Lumier in “Beauty and the Beast Jr.”, the Scarecrow in “The Wizard of Oz Jr.”, Violet in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Jr.” Adelaide is excited to join the cast of the Sound of Music in the role as Marta, and extends much thanks and love to her parents, grandparents, voice teacher- Jessica Foglia Klein, and Edgar Acevedo, for their ceaseless support and encouragement.

Marta (Maria’s Mischievous Misfits) in The Sound of Music (Debut)

Adeline Trivers

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Adeline Trivers is a New York City-based film and stage actress originally from Atlanta GA. She was most recently seen as Beverly in the short film Double Down which was selected by the Malibu Film Festival. She will be working on the sequel to the film this coming fall. She is a proud AMDA graduate who continued her studies at The New School, where she received a BFA in Musical Theatre with a minor in Journalism and Design this past spring. She has been acting all of her life and is so excited to be making her Mac-Haydn Theatre debut alongside such a wonderful cast and crew! Much love to her friends and family who’ve always encouraged her to shine and chase her dreams. @adelinetrivers on Instagram

Betty Jean in The Marvelous Wonderettes (Debut)

Aidan Brennan

Aidan is very excited to return to the Mac-Haydn Theatre this summer. Aidan, age 15, is going into his junior year at Chatham High School. He has been acting since the age of seven and enjoys spending time with his horse, Archie, when not acting. Some of his favorite roles include Nathan Lukowski in The Full Monty (MHT), Harry Bright in Mamma Mia! (Chatham High production), Winthrop in The Music Man (Columbia County Youth Theater), Bagheera in The Jungle Book (middle school production), Troll and the male swing in Little Women (high school production), Nigel in Matilda the Musical (MCPA), and Feste in Twelfth Night (high school production). Other productions include School House Rock Jr., The Knight at Dawn, Pirates Past Noon, Frozen Jr., Aladdin Jr., Alice in Wonderland and Into The Woods. Aidan would like to thank his family, friends and the Mac-Haydn company for all their support!

Friedrich in The Sound of Music

Alex Haines

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Alex Haines is an Orange County/recent NYC based singer, music teacher, and student advocate. She sings to bring light and sense to the human experience, she teaches to make music accessible to all who feel inclined. So – when you don’t see her in the classroom or on stage, you will probably find her at farmers markets, singing folk music and pop covers with her buddies. Past theatre credits include Being Alive Soloist/Sondheim on Sondheim, Lucille/Parade, Lily/Secret Garden, Fiona/Brigadoon, Joanna/Sweeney Todd, Cosette/Les Misérables, and Nettie/Carousel. A warm thank you to the cast, crew and creative team for welcoming me into this family. And to all of the real life Marias out there, I dedicate my words to you – I hope us retelling this classic brings you comfort and guidance, to remind you to stay true to your magical selves.

Mother Abbess in The Sound of Music (Debut)

Andrew Burton Kelley

Andrew Burton Kelley is thrilled to be returning to the Mac-Haydn! Andrew lives in NYC with his wife and fellow actor Rachel Pantazis, but is originally from Westminster, MA. He has performed across the country in the National Tour of Waitress, and on Carnival Cruise Lines, along with many regional productions in New Hampshire, Michigan, Massachusetts, and New York. Past Mac-Haydn roles include Sonny (Xanadu), Henry (Next to Normal), Will Parker (Oklahoma!), Lewis (Pippin), Kodlay (She Loves Me, Berkshire Theatre Award Nominated), Houdini (Ragtime), and Seymour (Little Shop of Horrors). So much love to his family for their never ending love and support. To Rachel, for being on this crazy journey together. And last but not least to Eloise, the best kitten anyone could ask for. IG: @thereal_abk

Judas in Godspell
Bob Gaudio in Jersey Boys

Andrew Maguire

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Andrew Martin Maguire is thrilled to be making his Mac-Haydn debut in Jersey Boys. Regional/professional credits: Royal Caribbean’s production of Grease onboard the Independence of the Seas (Doody), Source One Fives’s filmed production of The Fantasticks in his hometown of Franklin, TN (Matt), Grandstreet Theatre’s production of Newsies in Helena, Montana (Romeo), and Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma’s production of Titanic (ensemble). Andrew graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree from Oklahoma City University in 2020 at a time when live theatre was impossible. He is so excited to finally be back on stage sharing stories to big crowds of people! Love and gratitude to family and friends who support me in everything. Follow along on instagram @andy_maguire

Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys (Debut)

Anthony Velez

Anthony Velez is honored to be returning to the Mac- Haydn Theatre for their 2023 season. He is excited to have graduated NYU Tisch this year! His most recent credits include Al/James Haupt (BANDSTAND) at the Department of Drama’s New Studio on Broadway. You might remember his past roles as Paul San Marco (A CHORUS LINE), Sancho (MAN OF LA MANCHA) & Arpad Laszlo (SHE LOVES ME) at the Mac-Haydn Theatre. Anthony is also a National Youth Arts Awards 2019 recipient for the category of Best Actor in a Musical as Jack Kelly in NEWSIES (Pied Piper Youth Theatre). He is looking forward to taking his career to the next level by attending Peridance Conservatory in the Spring of 2024. He would like to thank his family & friends for always supporting his passion for the arts. IG: @anthonyvelezzz

Cast in Godspell
Swing/Joe Pesci Alternate in Jersey Boys

Brian D. Wagner

Brian D. Wagner is happy to be back for his 6th season at the Mac! He was most recently seen in URINETOWN (Senator Fipp) and THE FULL MONTY (Ensemble.) Other select Mac credits include HELLO DOLLY (Horace Vandergelder), RAGTIME (JP Morgan), FUNNY GIRL (Flo Ziegfeld), ANNIE (Drake), ANYTHING GOES (Eli Whitney), MAN OF LA MANCHA (Governor) and SUNSET BOULEVARD (Cecil B. de Mille.) Other favorite roles include Man in Chair (THE DROWSY CHAPERONE), Doctor Berensteiner (A NEW BRAIN) and Dick Deadeye (HMS PINAFORE).When not treading the boards, Brian can be seen selling real estate around Columbia County as well as directing a team of data engineers at an advertising agency based in NYC! As always, my love to Tim for his support in all I do onstage and off.

Abner Dillon in 42nd Street
Wes Warnicker in Footloose

Charlotte Miller

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Charlotte Miller is an 8 YO ready for the stage and excited to be a part of the Sound of Music at the Mac-Haydn Theater. She has performed in school plays, Wizard of OZ – Toto, Winnie the Pooh – Rabbit, piano and singing recitals, church choir solos and 3 Nutcracker Shows. She is intelligent, confident, well behaved and a friendly 4’ tall girl. Charlotte has excelled academically, studied Ballet at The Berkshire Ballet – 4 years; Piano at The Music Studio – 4 years; Vocal at Lisa Franklin for 1 year and has studied Figure Skating Ice for 3 years. She is an excellent athlete for an 8yo and has a determination to compete and be successful. She takes things seriously but yet has a tremendous sense of humor. She is a well rounded young lady.

Gretl (the G.O.A.T.s) in The Sound of Music (Debut)

Conor Robert Fallon

Conor Fallon is so excited to be returning to the Mac since his last appearance as Robbie Hart in the Wedding Singer back in 2018! Conor lives in Brooklyn and works as a Carpenter and Bartender when he’s not treading the boards. Some of Conor’s previous roles at the Mac-Haydn were Jimmy in Thoroughly Modern Millie, Link Larkin in Hairspray, Freddy in My Fair Lady and Rapunzel’s Prince in Into The Woods. Conor is glad to be back where he feels most at home. Thanks to John, my parents, Lydia and all my friends, family and Mac Haydn Family for their love and Support.

Jesus in Godspell
Tommy DeVito in Jersey Boys

Emmett Mazurowski

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Emmett is a 7th grade student at O’Rouke Middle School in Burnt Hills, NY. He is excited to make his debut at Mac Hayden Theater. His past school theater credits include Annie Jr (Warbucks), High School Musical Jr (Troy), and Legally Blonde Jr (Grand Master Chad). Local theater productions include Seussical Jr (Mr. Mayor), You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown ( Charlie Brown), Frozen Jr (Oaken), Mean Girls Jr (Kevin G) and The Sound of Music (Friedrich). Emmett enjoys playing guitar, swimming, basketball, singing, and spending time with family and friends. He would like to thank his parents and grandparents for all their support. He is very excited to work with this group of talented performers.

Kurt (the G.O.A.T.s) in The Sound of Music (Debut)

Eric Van Tielen

Eric Van Tielen is overjoyed to be working with this dream team on such a monumental piece of musical theatre. Eric has been seen on Broadway in Les Miserables and A Tale of Two Cities. He has had international engagements with the Tokyo Philharmonic and in Prince of Broadway, directed by Hal Prince. Eric has toured nationally with Fiddler on the Roof and Les Miserables. Regional credits include Syracuse Stage, Berkshire Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, Indiana Rep, Pioneer, Utah Shakespeare Festival and many more. Eric is an accomplished pianist and Voice/Speech specialist. He is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association. This performance is dedicated to his husband, the other Eric music directing this very show! Insta: @muchydutchy.

Captain von Trapp in The Sound of Music

Gabe Belyeu

Gabe Belyeu is ecstatic to be back home at the Mac for another season! Last year you saw him as Zach in A Chorus Line, Officer Lockstock in Urinetown, Dr. Madden in Next to Normal, and Harold in The Full Monty; as well as his Berkshire Theatre Award winning performance in his cabaret, A Call to Places. Over the past year, Gabe was featured in The Great Gatsby at Ivoryton Playhouse and starred in Scrooge the musical at Theatre Workshop of Nantucket. Other favorite roles at the Mac include Cervantes in Man of La Mancha, Christopher Belling in Curtains, Tateh in Ragtime, Arthur in Camelot, and Roger DeBris in The Producers, to name a few. Keep up with Gabe at www.gabebelyeu.com. As always, thanks to friends and family for their unwavering love and support.

Julian Marsh in 42nd Street
Bob Crewe, Nick DeVito & Others in Jersey Boys

George Dvorsky

George Dvorsky is thrilled to be back at the Mac-Haydn after playing Cladwell in last year’s URINETOWN, 2019’s LITTLE SHOP, 2018’s ANNIE (Berkshire Theatre Critic Award for Best Actor in a Musical) and 2014’s FULL MONTY. Broadway credits include the title role in THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL, GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES, PASSION, MARILYN: AN AMERICAN FABLE and THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE… National Tour: CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG. Off-Broadway: THE FANTASTICKS, CLOSER THAN EVER, PETE N KEELY, DAMES AT SEA and ‘AND THE WORLD GOES ROUND. George starred in the NYC Premiere of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA as Prince Charming at Lincoln Center. On PBS he was featured in the Emmy Award winning PASSION: LIVE AT LINCOLN CENTER starring Patti LuPone and starred with Bea Arthur and the Boston Pops in BERNSTEIN’S BROADWAY. His solo CDs are available on the JAY Records label. Feature Films: BROS and I’M NOT GAY Georgedvorsky.net Instagram: @gdvorsky

Rev. Shaw in Footloose
Creator and Performer in Something Wonderful

George Phelps

George Phelps is thrilled to be returning to perform at Mac Haydn! Past roles at the Mac include General Harrison Howell in Kiss Me Kate, Daryl Grady in Curtains and Mr. Bundles in Annie. Other regional theater credits include Thomas Nostradamus in Something Rotten, Chris in the Play that Goes Wrong, George Bailey in Its a Wonderful Life, and Gomez in the Addams Family. I am grateful to the creative team for the opportunity and I am excited to be working with this talented cast, and I feel especially fortunate to share the stage with my amazing daughter Fiona! Thank you to my wife Tanya for always encouraging me and getting me started on this crazy theater journey in the first place!

Coach Dunbar in Footloose

Jack Holick

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Jack Holick (“Kurt”) is a 6th grade student at Clifton Park, NY. He started in theater at the age of six in Annie Kids (President Roosevelt) and has participated in every musical he could since! He has been involved in productions of Annie Kids (again – this time as Daddy Warbucks), Beauty and the Beast, Jr. (Spoon, Villager), Addams Family (Pugsley), Seussical, Jr. (The Mayor), James and the Giant Peach, Jr. (Karl Kreatour), Frozen, Jr. (Olaf), and HS Musical, Jr. (Ryan). He also participated in his school’s first virtual production during the pandemic, The Big One-Oh! He is thrilled to have the opportunity to continue his learning with such a great company and would like to thank his teachers Mr. Lotano and Ms. Franklin for their support and training. And, of course…to his parents and dog for listening to his constant singing!!! Enjoy the show!

Kurt (Maria’s Mischievous Misfits) in The Sound of Music (Debut)

Jacob Atkins

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Jacob Atkins is thrilled to have this opportunity to perform at the Mac-Hadyn Theatre, returning to the role of Joe Pesci. You can find him currently at Elon University in his Senior year where he is getting his BFA in Musical Theatre. Later this year, you can also find him playing Georg in Spring Awakening. Other favorite credits include Pippin in Pippin, Jack Kelly in Newsies, and Edward Bloom in Big Fish. Some interesting facts about Jacob are that he eats fries in 2’s, and he is a Nerd at his core. Special thanks to his loving mom, dad, family, and friends who have always supported him. You can follow him on social media @thejacobatkins_

Joe Pesci & Others/Frankie Alternate in Jersey Boys (Debut)

Jeannine Trimboli

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Jeannine Trimboli is excited to perform with Mac-Haydn for the first time. Recent credits include Solstice (Mrs Jacobs) with Company of Curiosities, Ruthless! The Musical (Judy/Ginger) with Ghent Playhouse, Ma’ Space (Brenda) with Creative Action Unlimited, Guys and Dolls (Adelaide) with Not So Common Players, Slideshow (Kathy) with Bennington Community Theater, and Sunday in the Park with George (Yvonne) with Home Made Theater. Next up you can find her in End of the Rainbow (Judy Garland) at Curtain Call Theatre in the fall.

Ethel McCormack in Footloose

John Hannigan

John is delighted to be returning to the Mac-Haydn stage this summer after helping to close out last season as Smudge in Forever Plaid! This is John’s fourth regional production of Jersey Boys, and he is so excited to continue sharing its amazing story, this time as Four Seasons bass Nick Massi. Favorite productions in New York and regional theatre include Songs for a New World (Milton Theatre), Jersey Boys (Mountain Theatre Company, White Plains PAC), Forever Plaid (Plaza Theatricals), The Last Five Years (Merrick Theatre), Altar Boyz (Porchlight Productions) West Side Story (Heights Players), and Rent (CM PAC). John is a graduate of New York University and calls Brooklyn, NY home. Thanks to Joe, family, friends, and the team at the Mac for their support! @johnnyhannigan

Nick Massi in Jersey Boys

Kevin Weldon

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Kevin Weldon made his Broadway Debut high above the stage as Peter Allen’s Stunt Double in Legs Diamond. He has worked regionally at GEVA, Stage West, Papermill, Pocono, Falmouth, and Cleveland Playhouses, Goodspeed Opera House, Walnut Street, Bucks County, Carousel, Westchester Broadway, and Actor’s Ensemble Theaters, and over Nine Hundred Performances of the Magnificent Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall. As a cabaret performer, he has sung at 54 Below, Don’t Tell Mamas, Eighty-Eights, Rods, Seven Hills Inn, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center and is one half of the Cabaret Duo, The Backdoor Boys, performing in the Berkshires and the Hudson Valley for the past fifteen years. He lives in New Concord, and was elected to serve on the Chatham Town Board. So happy to be returning to the Musical Theater after a lengthy hiatus. Special Thanks to The Mac-Haydn for this opportunity.

DeCarlo & Others in Jersey Boys (Debut)

Kristen Clark Bielefeldt

Kristen is overjoyed to be ‘back at the Mac’ after last appearing as Kitty (THE DROWSY CHAPERONE) in 2015. This will be her 3rd time performing ‘42nd Street’ on the Mac-Haydn stage, and it holds a special place in her heart as the first show she ever performed here. In her many summers performing at Mac-Haydn in a variety of roles, her favorites include Mazzeppa (GYPSY), Ms. Medlock (SECRET GARDEN), Ballad Singing Gorilla (SUGAR BABIES) and Ginger (BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS).

Kristen received a BA in Theatre from Wagner College and currently holds the title of Marketing Manager for Columbia Memorial Health. This year she also was honored to become a member of the Mac-Haydn Board of Directors.

She keeps busy with her husband and two daughters, Charlotte & Eloise (who have never seen their mommy perform on stage yet).

HUGE thank you to John & Paul as well as my family for making the possibility for me to perform again a reality.

Maggie in 42nd Street

Liz Gurland

Liz Gurland is thrilled to be back at The Mac-Haydn Theatre for the 2023 season! Past roles at Mac-Haydn include: Josephine Strong in Urinetown, Woman 3 in And the World Goes ‘Round, Grandma in Pippin, Fräulein Schneider in Cabaret, Angie in The Wedding Singer and Miss Lynch in Grease. Liz appeared as Helen in Fun Home at Hubbard Hall earlier this year. She has performed with such diverse organizations as The MacHaydn Theatre, Hubbard Hall, Theatre Now New York, Gallery Players, The Phoenix Theatre (PA), La MaMa E.T.C. and New Jersey Verismo Opera. She created a one woman show in collaboration with the Emily Dickinson Museum. While earning her MFA at UC Irvine, she performed with Starlight Musical Theater in San Diego, Los Angeles Opera, Long Beach Opera and Aspen Opera Theater. MFA UC Irvine. www.lizgurland.com

Vi Moore in Footloose
Elsa in The Sound of Music

Madison Stratton

Madison is thrilled to be back at the Mac this season! Past credits at the Mac-Haydn include Camelot (Guenevere), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Christine Colgate), and Spamalot (Lady of the Lake). Madison resides in New York City and has performed Off Broadway in such shows as Brigadoon (New York City Center Encores!), Mack and Mabel (New York City Center Encores!), High Button Shoes (New York City Center Encores!), Chick Flick: the Musical (Westside Theatre), and Baby (Theatre Row) among others. www.madisonstratton.com

Dorothy Brock in 42nd Street

Makayla Shores

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Makayla is excited to be making her debut as Marta VonTrapp in the “Sound of Music” at Mac Haydn this season. Previously she has played Erica in “Matilda The Musical” (Upstate Productions) and The Pied Piper in MC Smith Elementary School’s “Rats”. Makayla began her love of the stage as a three year old when she began dance classes and hasn’t looked back. When not on stage Makayla enjoyed cooking, karate, reading and exploring all things Harry Potter. She is probably one of the biggest Potter Heads you will ever meet. Although this is her first year in theater, she has taken to each role effortlessly and her family can’t wait to see where this journey leads her.

Marta (the G.O.A.T.s) in The Sound of Music (Debut)

Molly Engelhardt

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Molly is excited to join the cast of Sound of Music! This is her first show with MacHaydn and she is thrilled to be apart! Previously she has been in Wedding Singer (ensemble/dance captain) at Playhouse Stage Company, Matilda (Matilda) at Playhouse Stage Company, Beauty and the Beast Jr (silly girl) at Playhouse Stage Company, and was Kassim in her middle school’s production of Aladdin Jr. She has been dancing for 14 years and she started singing and acting when she was 8. She is a competitive dancer at Class Act Dance and takes vocal lessons with Fran Wittmann. Molly would like to thank her parents and family, friends, vocal teacher Mrs.Wittmann and her dance teacher Lorri Leonardi.

Louisa (Maria’s Mischievous Misfits) in The Sound of Music (Debut)

Quinn McCarthy

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Quinn McCarthy is thrilled to be making her Mac-Haydn Theatre debut in THE SOUND OF MUSIC. After getting her start in acting at the age 7 in CCYT’s production of THE THREE LITTLE PIGS, Quinn began pursuing her passion professionally. Now a 4th grader at Ichabod Crane, Quinn is excited to be performing in her first professional theatre role! Previous credits include MATILDA (Upstage Productions), THE EQUALIZER (CBS), FOR LIFE (ABC) and EVIL LIVES HERE (ID Network). When not performing or training, Quinn enjoys spending time with friends, and playing basketball or softball. Quinn wants to thank her friends and family for always supporting her, and her coaches who inspire and help her grow. IG: @quinnfmccarthy

Brigitta (the G.O.A.T.s) in The Sound of Music (Debut)

Rachel Pantazis

Rachel Pantazis is overjoyed to be returning to the Mac for her 4th season! Rachel is a classically trained soprano who has performed nationally and internationally for audiences on land and sea. She has just celebrated her first year as a soprano 2 with America’s Sweethearts NYC, an Andrews Sisters tribute group that travels the country honoring veterans. She also just finished her first NYC workshop of Anne of Green Gables with Open Arts Alliance as Mrs. Barry. Rachel teaches private voice out of her apartment in upper Manhattan and recently returned from music directing youth theatre camps at the Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School in Colorado. Favorite roles at the Mac include Ado Annie in Oklahoma!, Betty in Sunset Boulevard, the Housekeeper in Man of La Mancha, Calliope in Xanadu, and Nikki in Curtains. ABK

Mary Delgado & Others in Jersey Boys
Missy in The Marvelous Wonderettes

Remy Orth

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Meet Remy Orth, a 10-year-old who will be starting 6th grade in the fall. She is thrilled to be playing Brigitta in her debut role with Mac-Haydn Theater, and has previously appeared as Cassie in the CDAI production of “13 Musical”. Remy has also played the following with MCPA, Sebastian in “Little Mermaid Jr.”, Michael Hobbs in “Elf Jr.”, Jay in ”Disney’s Descendants”, Lucille & Jose in “Junie B. Jones The Musical Jr.”, and Eric in “Matilda”. She receives voice lessons from Lisa Franklin and is passionate about writing short stories, reading, singing and dancing, playing her double bass, paddle boarding, climbing trees, and playing basketball and softball. Remy is grateful to everyone who supports her creative journey.

Brigitta (Maria’s Mischievous Misfits) in The Sound of Music (Debut)

Riley O’Kane

Riley O’Kane (Louisa) is honored to return to the MacHaydn Theatre this season and to the Sound of Music Production. Previously Riley has taken the stage in Annie (Mac-Haydn), Sound of Music (National Tour) and the Scranton Shakespeare Festival. Along with Frozen Jr. (Park Playhouse), and PeteHer Pan (Park Playhouse), Matilda (Masterclass Performing Arts), Les Miserables (Schenectady Light Opera) and many more community theater roles and school productions (Goff Middle School). Riley has found that growing up in theater has shaped her success as a person, on stage, in athletics and academics. Riley is grateful for all the love and support she receives from her theater and music mentors, teachers, coaches, friends and family for their endless support. Lastly, Riley would like to especially thank the production team and the MacHaydn family for this opportunity and all they have done.

Louisa (the G.O.A.T.s) in The Sound of Music

Sarah Naughton

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Sarah Naughton is thrilled to be making her Mac-Haydn debut as Maria this summer! Some favorite previous theatrical credits include: “Saturday Night” (Second Stage), “REAL” (The Tank), “Death Comes for the War Poets” (The Sheen Center), “Romeo and Juliet” (Lincoln Center – Clark Studio Theater), “Diamond Alice” (Roundabout Underground), and “AcousticaElectronica” (A.R.T. Oberon, House of Yes). Television: “Blue Bloods” (CBS). Sarah is a comedian whose inventive cabaret acts and solo shows, like “Trapped In The Closet” and “Javanka” have sold out 54Below multiple times. Her newest piece, “Trying,” comes to the City Winery loft space on September 8th. Sarah is also an Earphones-award-winning audiobook narrator. You can check out her work on Audible.com! For more about Sarah visit www.sarah-naughton.com. All my love to Jeff, Luna, and the bean.

Maria in The Sound of Music (Debut)

Taye Martin

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Taye is so excited to be making his Mac Haydn debut in Jersey Boys!! Some of his select credits include: Palace Theatre, “Rent” (Paul/U.S Collins), “Bye Bye Birdie”, “The Full Monty”. Prather Productions, “Sister Act” (Curtis Jackson), “Joseph and the Amazing… “(Judah), “A Chorus Line” (Richie, Al, Don swing). Quisisana Resort: “Shrek” (Donkey), Skylight Theatre: “Dennis DeYoung’s Hunchback of Notre Dame”. Other than theatre, you can find Taye cooking in the kitchen, making silly tiktoks or making his roommates watch master chef with him! As always, love to the family and the friends! Love y’all the most! You can check Taye out on Instagram and Tiktok: @taye_martin_ or at his website: tayemartin.com! Enjoy the show!

Hal Miller & Others in Jersey Boys (Debut)

Tegan Waters

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

TEGAN WATERS (Gretl) is thrilled to make her debut at Mac-Haydn Theatre. Other local appearances include: The Sound of Music, Home Made Theater (Gretl); Seussical Jr., Debuts Theater Co (Young Kangaroo); Annie Jr., Debuts Theater Co (Molly); Matilda, Master Class Performing Arts (Alice); and The Wizard of Oz, Master Class Performing Arts (Munchkin). Tegan was born in New York City where she started her acting career at age 5 with a national Play-Doh commercial. She now lives upstate where she attends Saint Gregory’s School. When she is not acting or singing, Tegan enjoys gymnastics, ballet, lacrosse, tennis, playing violin and creating beautiful artwork. Tegan also loves hanging out with her family, friends and puppy, Snoop. She is looking forward to traveling more and visiting her Aunt Tara in London.

Gretl (Maria’s Mischievous Misfits) in The Sound of Music (Debut)