Kevin Gleason has been involved in many theaters since his first years in college. Spending well over a decade with Silent G Productions, he has assisted Andrew Gmoser in lighting many productions, at The Westchester Broadway Theatre, Hudson Stage, Tuckahoe High School, and many others. On his own he is a Set Designer, Lighting Designer, and Technical Director working at Yorktown High School, New Canaan High School, and Nyack High School. For the past 20 years, Kevin has been the Technical Director/Master Electrician at the Mac-Haydn Theatre in Chatham, NY. At the Mac-Haydn, Kevin has also designed the lights or sets for Mamma Mia, Joseph….., Sweeney Todd, My Fair Lady, Guys & Dolls, High School Musical, Footloose and Bye, Bye Birdie. Kevin is a voracious reader, enjoys time spent at Disney World, and is always receptive to any new recipe involving bacon.
Eoghan is a freelance Stage Manager, Director, and Theatre Technician based in New York City. Most recently, he stage managed Steel Magnolias at The Gallery Players in Brooklyn, NY.
In 2018, he served as the Production Manager and Stage Manager for Theatre Workshop of Nantucket, where he began as a Stage Management Intern in the 2016 season. Notable TWN productions include Barefoot in the Park, Mamma Mia!, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Sound of Music, It’s Only A Play, and Footloose.
He graduated in May of 2016 with a B.F.A. in Directing from Nebraska Wesleyan University.
During his career at Nebraska Wesleyan University, he has directed several productions and has been in technical and management positions on many others. Some of the shows he has directed include a new work entitled Kiss Me Hard Before You Go, Jean-Paul Sartre’s No Exit, and Gina Gionfriddo’s Rapture, Blister, Burn. He ended his college career as the Assistant Director for NWU’s productions of Kiss Me, Kate and Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew (performed in repertoire). At Nebraska Wesleyan, he has also performed onstage in a large number of shows. He has performed in 13+ musicals and plays including Chicago, Thoroughly Modern Millie, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, I am a Camera, and Les Misérables.
This is Emily’s 11th season with Mac-Haydn! She is so happy to be returning for her second season as the ASM. She not only works on the technical side of theatre but also as an actor! Regional credits: LES MISERABLES (Ensemble/Crew), SWEENEY TODD (Ensemble), CABARET (Frau. Kost/ Music Capt./ASM), GREATER TUNA (Assistant Director/SM), HEATHERS: THE MUSICAL (Martha/ Heathers U/S.) Emily would like to thank Joan and Skip, for the overwhelming love and support.
Emma Cummings is excited to be returning to MacHaydn for her third season. Her past work includes The Wedding Singer as the scenic designer, Mamma Mia! as the assistant scenic designer, and The Hunchback of Notre Dame as the master carpenter and scenic charge. She is excited to work on more great shows and to design the set for Little Shop of Horrors.
Cody Kane is a scenic carpenter out of western Kentucky attending Murray State University. He is a senior with a concentration in technical theatre and dabbles in performance theatre. This is his 2nd year at the Mac-Haydn.
Brian is a recent graduate of SUNY Geneseo with a degree in Musical Theatre. Previous shows that he has worked on are: Company, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Pippin, and Antigone. He is very excited to be a part of the production team for this fantastic season and hopes everyone enjoys the work that everyone has put into it.
Ethan is going into his junior year at Montclair State University studying Theater Production and Design. He is very excited for the opportunity to spend his summer working here at Mac-Haydn. Some of his past work includes The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Assistant Set Designer/Student TD) and Company (Master Carpenter).
Alison is a New York City based Costumer. She is honored to returning for her second season here at the Mac-Haydn as Costume Shop Manager and a Resident Costume Designer. Originally from Jacksonville, FL, Alison moved to NYC in 2017 and has been working on such productions as the Phantom of the Opera International Tour, Bronx Tale National Tour, Sound of Music National Tour, and as a Costume Coordinator for various cruise lines. Previous Mac-Haydn design credits include Hunchback of Notre Dame, Camelot, Grease, Martin and Meelo, and now Little Shop of Horrors.
Caitlin is thrilled to be joining the team at the Mac-Haydn this summer! Caitlin is originally from the Chicago metropolitan area, and graduated from North Central College in 2018. She has previously worked for Greenhouse Theater Center (Chicago, IL.) and Triad Stage (Greensboro, NC) as a costume technician and wardrobe supervisor. She enjoys yoga, true crime, and baking vegan treats.
Miss Fairfax is elated to join the Mac-Haydn company for her first season! She studies at Point Park University, in Pittsburgh, PA, majoring in Theatre Arts, with a minor in Costume Design. Previous costuming credits include: Sunday in the Park with George (Pittsburgh Playhouse),The Double Threat Trio (Pittsburgh CLO Cabaret), and work with the American Shakespeare Center, in Staunton, VA.
Angel is a graduate of Michigan State University. Her recent credits include volunteer for Americorps NCCC, costume designer for Bike America, and makeup department head for On the Way Up (short film). She is stoked to be a part of Mac-Haydn’s season this summer and beyond thankful for the opportunity!
Cole Capobianco has been working passionately as a Costume Designer and Technician
since 2012. As an alum of Washington College’s Department of Theatre and Dance, they
have gone on to affiliate themself with Mac-Haydn Theatre, Surflight Theatre, and Saint
Their principal work includes a contemporary, ecologically-friendly production of William
Shakespeare’s Macbeth, which boasted a paperless design process, organic fabrics and
handmade dyes, and a variety of other “green” methods and materials that ultimately
reduced the production’s environmental impact.
At the end of the season, Cole will be going on to become the Costume Shop Supervisor at
Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ.
Check out Cole’s work here: colecapodesign.wixsite.com/portfolio
Joshua E. Gallagher is a graduate candidate in the stage design program at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Prior to returning to school, he was freelancing as a scenic designer, scenic artist, and props artisan in the Philadelphia area for three years. Recent properties design credits include James and the Giant Peach, The Wizard of Oz (Limelight Performing Arts Center) and the puppet and mask design for Beauty and the Beast (Millbrook Playhouse).
Nathan Schilz is delighted to make his debut with Mac-Haydn Theatre! Originally from Central Illinois, but spending most of his sound and composing career in Minneapolis, he now calls Seattle home where he is the Master Audio Engineer of Cornish Playhouse. Notable design credits include: Mixed Blood Theatre, Penumbra Theatre, and Children’s Theatre Company of Minneapolis; Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre; Oklahoma City University; and Pacific Conservatory Theatre (PCPA)