Amanda Lee is pleased to be a part of her first season with the Mac-Haydn Theatre. Recent credits include Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway (U/S Costume Department Intern), Ain’t Too Proud National Tour (Costume Department Intern), short film Daughter of Ruin (Design), Twelfth Night (Design) with Montclair State University, the premiere of Larry Keigwin’s Mad Rush (Design), Seussical (Design) and Romeo and Juliet (Design) with the New London Barn Playhouse.
Bethany Marx is an Assistant Professor of Costume Design at SUNY Oneonta in Oneonta, NY where she teaches costume design, construction and history courses. She is pleased to join the Mac-Haydn again this summer after designing Hello, Dolly! in 2017. Professional design credits include the Capital Repertory Theatre, the DC Fringe Festival, and the Virginia Shakespeare Festival. Bethany holds a BFA from the University of Evansville in Evansville, IN and an MFA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Cody Kane is a rising Junior at Murray State University. He has a love for carpentry and loves working backstage for theatre.
This is Emily’s 10th season with Mac-Haydn! She is so happy to be returning for their 50th 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.
Jess Petino is a recent graduate of Montclair State University, with a BFA in Theatre and a Concentration in Scenic and Costume Design. She has recently worked on In the Red and Brown Water (Projections Design), Anything Goes (Scenic Design), West Side Story (Scenic Design) and Iphigenia at Aulis (Projection Design). Jess is from Staten Island, New York. She is also a terrible ukulele player, can only play one part of one song on piano, and an avid dog lover.
Technical Director / Master Electrician
Kevin Gleason – This is Kevin’s eighteenth season at the Mac-Haydn. He is a sought after designer in the New York/ Connecticut area, but is happy to call Chatham “home” each summer. His favorite show was LEGALLY BLONDE (2012).
Kira Williams is a graduate from Missouri Western State University. She has a major in Theatre Performance but has found a love for all things hair and makeup. Her favorite shows that she has worked on are Clybourne Park, A Raisin in the Sun, and the Drowsy Chaperone. She is originally from Saint Joseph, Missouri and has two puppies that she misses very much back home.
Monica Gonzalez- Burgos
Mónica González Burgos is pretty excited to be a part of Mac-Haydn’s 50th season! Originally from Vega Alta, Puerto Rico; she took a leap of faith and moved overseas to follow her dreams of working in theatre. While her background was originally in communications, little did she know that her technical courses would be the spark that would eventually lead her to pursue and obtain a Master’s Degree in Audio Arts from Syracuse University, focusing on live sound for Musical Theatre. Her regional work includes The Three Musketeers, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, The Wizard of Oz and Next to Normal.
Production Stage Manager
Sarah is a graduate of Central Connecticut State University and holds a BFA in Theatre: Design and Technical Theatre. She is thrilled to return to the Mac for the 50th Season after being the ASM in 2017! Regional: THE AGE OF INNOCENCE [World Premiere], MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS, and A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Hartford Stage), THE LITTLE MERMAID, NINE WIVES [World Premiere], and LES MISERABLES (Sharon Playhouse). www.sarahkozma.com @SarahKozma