Spend Labor Day at the Mac-Haydn!
Three Exciting Shows – Two Big Discounts!

While Labor Day is a sign of the end of summer for many, it means that Summer In September is just beginning here at the Mac-Haydn! In fact, we’ve got three big shows running Labor Day weekend – and we want you to join us to celebrate, and take advantage of our Labor Day Deals!

This Labor Day Weekend (Friday 9/2 – Sunday 9/4):

See any two of our productions for just $68 – that’s 25% off our standard ticket price.

See all three productions for $90 – 30% off our standard ticket price.

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The Full Monty

A Call to Places


Monica Wemitt Is Back On Stage
Monica Wemitt Back At The Mac!

That’s right, Monica Wemitt makes her grand return to the Mac-Haydn stage this week for the first time in three years! We caught up with Monica this week to chat about what she’s been up to in the meantime, and what it means to return to our stage.

Q: How excited are you to be back on stage at the Mac-Haydn?

A: Not only is it exciting to be on the stage, but to be able to work in this new configuration is so much fun!

Q: What have you been up to since you were last seen on our stage?

A: Aside from being the Covid Compliance Manager here at the theatre, I pivoted into doing audio books. It’s such a fulfilling job to be able to record, edit and master the tracks I record for these books. I also was the soloist at St. Mary’s in Waterford for period between Thanksgiving and Easter for the past two years.

Q: What was your most memorable role at the Mac?

A: Honestly there are just too many to list, but the ones that come immediately to mind are Miss Hannigan in ANNIE, Frau Blucher in YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN and Carmen in CURTAINS.

Q: Tell us about your role in “The Full Monty”?

A: That would be the role of Jeanette and she is amazing. Not one to pull her punches, a heart of gold, and quite a saucy way of speaking.

Q: What is the most exciting part of being in the cast of “The Full Monty”?

A: To be in such a fun show. The music is great, the script is really well-written and to be performing with this cast is a real honor, and of course to be working with Todd Underwood (Director) and Lizzie McGuire (Choreographer) who give everyone the liberty to create.

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Mason Hutchinson

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Mason is in 8th grade and attends Chatham Middle School. He is excited about the opportunity to act in his first production at MacHayden. Some of Mason’s acting credits include , the production of The Nerd (Thor) at The Theatre Barn, the film When We Grow Up (Milo), and a variety of school and community productions. His favorite productions being The Music Man (Winthrop) and The Lion King (Simba). Mason credits Edgar Acevedo and the Columbia County Youth Theatre program for helping to hone his acting skills and instill within him a love of theatre. When Mason is not on stage, he is busy taking dance classes, piano lessons, and playing goalkeeper for his soccer team.

Roles this Season

Nathan (Select Performances) in The Full Monty (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!

Roles this Season

Friedrich in The Sound of Music
Tezz Yancey

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

A vocalist, Dancer, Actor, Musician, Arranger, Producer, Writer and Director, Tezz studied musical theater at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. Broadway, touring and screen credits include The Full Monty, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Starlight Express, A Chorus line, After Midnight, Priscilla Queen of the desert, A Christmas Story, Five Guys named moe, Dames at Sea, Weird Romance, VEGAS the show, DoubleTyme (Savion Glover/Gregory Hines), Mere et fille (Disney Film), DICE (Showtime), Victor Crowley (Hatchet franchise-Film), Soul Desire (Original musical Vegas headlining act)

Roles this Season

Noah "Horse" T. Simmons in The Full Monty
Danny/Zeus in Xanadu
Dean Marino

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Dean Marino is a New York based professional actor and educator. Some of Dean’s performance credits include: “The Spongebob Musical” (Patrick Star), “Love and Information” (Various Roles), “Mary Poppins” (Robertson Ay), and “All Shook Up” (Sheriff Earl). He also had the opportunity to travel with Disney Cruise Line as a performer in Rapunzel’s Royal Table. As an educator, Dean has directed at the NCTC Performing Arts Company and at the URJ Eisner Camp. His educational experiences have expanded to other countries, and he taught English to students in Italy and virtually taught to students in China. In May, Dean completed his Master’s program at NYU Steinhardt for Educational Theatre and English education. He is a proud alumni of the program.

Roles this Season

Dave in The Full Monty(Debut)
Trevor Squiers

Trevor is excited to be back for this second summer at Mac-Haydn! Originally from Crystal Lake, Illinois, Trevor graduated with his Degree in Musical Theatre and Dance from The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. He is currently based in New York City. Current roles include Young Scrooge in A Christmas Carol (Arizona Broadway Theatre), Mike/Mark US in A Chorus Line, Tiny Tim in Urinetown, and Ralph in Kiss Me, Kate! here at the mac. Trevor would like to thank his amazing friends, family, directors, and everyone else backstage who works day and night to make the mac run as smoothly as it does, and hopes you enjoy the show. You can follow him on instagram @trevorsquiers.

Roles this Season

Andy Lee in 42nd Street
Jeter/Cowboy Bob in Footloose
Eberfeld/Soldier in The Sound of Music
Patrick MacLennan

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Patrick MacLennan is very excited to make his Mac-Haydn debut this summer. Previous credits include Al Deluca: A Chorus Line (Interlakes Summer Theatre), Eugene, u.s Vince Fontaine/Teen Angel, Roger: Grease (Royal Caribbean Productions), Eddie: Damn Yankees, Lucky: Dames at Sea (Priscilla Beach Theatre), Charlie / Ensemble: Elf, The Musical (Surflight Theatre), Otto: Lili Marleen (St. Luke’s Theatre), Squirt: End of the Line (Sound Bites 5.0, Signature Theatre, NYC), and featured dance roles in Invitation to Dance, and Once Upon a Time (Royal Caribbean Productions). Graduate of the Musical Theatre Department at Marymount Manhattan College, class of 2017. Many thanks to the cast, crew, creatives, and staff at the Mac-Haydn Theatre for the opportunity. IG: @patsforpatrick94 Website: www.patrickmaclennan.com

Roles this Season

Don Kerr A Chorus Line (Debut)
Robbie the Stockfish in Urinetown
Riley (Hortensio) in Kiss Me, Kate
Teddy Slaughter in The Full Monty
Terpsicore in Xanadu
Anna Langlois

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Anna is thrilled to be making her Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut, starring as Maggie in A Chorus Line and understudying Kate in Kiss Me Kate/Natalie in Next to Normal! Other favorite credits include Heather Chandler in Heathers: The Musical, Serena in Legally Blonde, Chastity in Anything Goes, and Ensemble in The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Anna earned her BFA in Musical Theatre from Montclair State University in Montclair, NJ. She also studied acting and new works under the National Theater Institute’s Theatermakers program at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center. When she’s not performing, she enjoys reading, playing DnD, and cuddling with her cat, Darcy. Anna wants to thank her mom and sister, her friends, and all of her teachers for their support on her journey xoxo

Roles this Season

Maggie Winslow A Chorus Line (Debut)
Denizen/Cop/Executive in Urinetown
Ensemble in Kiss Me, Kate
Natalie U/S in Next to Normal
Molly MacGregor in The Full Monty
Nina Laing

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Hailing from Freeport, The Bahamas, Nina is a recent AMDA NY graduate and is excited to be joining the Mac-Hadyn Theatre this summer. When you watch Nina perform, you’d never guess that she once struggled with stage fright. Nina’s love for singing and acting started at a young age, but for a long time, her performances were confined to her bedroom where she’d belt out pop songs and reenact scenes from TV shows in front of her mirror. All of that changed when Nina was cast in her local theatre’s production of “Oliver! The Musical” — that first dress rehearsal was the moment she fell in love with the magical world of live theatre. Now, she’s thrilled to finally be pursuing her dreams in New York.

Roles this Season

Cut Dancer, U/S: Richie/Bebe/ Kristine/Judy in A Chorus Line (Debut)
Hope Cladwell in Urinetown
Hattie in Kiss Me, Kate
Ensemble in The Full Monty
Cody Edwards

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

Cody Edwards is thrilled to be making his Mac-Haydn Theatre debut this season! Regional credits include Mill Mountain Theatre: Spring Awakening (Hanschen), The Sound of Music (Rolf), A Year with Frog and Toad (Frog); The Riverside Center: Meet Me in St. Louis (Lon Smith), Grease (Ens. U/S Kenickie); The Barn Theatre: The 25th Annual… Spelling Bee (Leaf). Other favorite credits include American Idiot (Will), Into The Woods (Rapunzel’s Prince/ Wolf), Parade (Peavy U/S Britt Craig). Cody is a Virginia native and a proud graduate of James Madison University where he received his BA in Musical Theatre. “Our Life’s Calling was never meant to be Boring!” Enjoy the show! For future endeavors, keep up with Cody @codyssuitelife Cody-Edwards.com

Roles this Season

Stagehand, Cab Driver, Nathaniel in Kiss Me, Kate (Debut)
Gabe/Henry U/S in Next to Normal
Second Stripper in The Full Monty
Frankie in Forever Plaid
Ricky Dobbs

Ricky Dobbs is so ecstatic to be back at the Mac-Haydn for another summer. He was seen last summer at the Mac as Mike Costa in “A Chorus Line”, Thalia in “Xanadu”, most famously your intermission 50/50 host, and in other shows across the summer. Some of his other favorite roles include Musidorus in “Head Over Heels” and Buddy the Elf in “Elf the Musical”. Ricky cannot be more excited to be spending another summer in Chatham, NY and is stoked to see so many friendly faces and so many new ones this season. He wants to thank his parents for supporting every journey he goes on and all his friends who constantly push him to be the best he can be. Insta: @Ricky.Hugh

Roles this Season

Ensemble in 42nd Street
Bickle in Footloose
Soldier/Party Guest in The Sound of Music

Creative Roles this Season

Dance Captain for The Sound of Music
Bella DePaola

Bella DePaola is so excited to return to The Mac Haydn Theatre! Past credits include Val (A Chorus Line), Anytime Annie/Dance Captain (42nd Street), Turn Back O’Man/Dance Captain (Godspell), Becky Two Shoes/u/s Penelope Pennywise (Urinetown), Lorriane/Lead Angel/Dance Captain (Jersey Boys), Betty Blast/u/s Ariel/Dance Captain (Footloose), Susan Hershy/u/s Georgie Bukatinski (The Full Monty), and Ensemble (Kiss Me Kate). She is a recent graduate of Pace University’s Musical Theatre and Commercial Dance Programs and was seen in productions like Into the Woods as Jack’s Mom u/s Baker’s Wife, and Pippin as Player u/s Fastrada. Bella would love to thank her family and friends, especially her two parents, for supporting her along her journey. Keep up with her instagram for future adventures: @belladepaola

Roles this Season

Graziella in West Side Story
Dance Captain for West Side Story
Ensemble in Something Rotten
Emily Croome

A Brooklyn based band leader, pianist, conductor, and music director, Emily has been seen conducting in theaters all over the country on such National Tours as Monty Python’s Spamalot, The Color Purple, and Ragtime, and can be found regularly accompanying and music directing around the New York City area. In her spare time she studies the electric bass in order to groove even harder than ever before. Much love to Rick B. Off-Broadway: Bastard Jones, The Never Ending Line, Regional: Next to Normal (Westport Country Playhouse,) Other World (Delaware Theatre Company,) A Christmas Carol (The Arvada Center,) Always, Patsy Cline (Weston Playhouse,) Next to Normal (Westport County Theatre,) In the Heights (John W Engeman Theater)

Eric Shorey

Eric is thrilled to return to MHT for his 3rd season. He is delighted for audiences to experience the incredible talents of the entire company. His music direction at MHT include Urinetown, Next To Normal, Footloose, Godspell, and last season’s smash hit Jersey Boys. He also proudly music directed the Berkshire Theatre Award Winning A Call To Places starring Gabe Belyeu. Elsewhere, Eric has music directed productions of My Way, Scrooge, A Man of No Importance, and numerous concerts and cabarets. As an actor, Eric has been seen across the country and internationally in productions of Cats, West Side Story, Guys and Dolls, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and Disney On Classic in Japan, to name a few. Eric would like to thank John, James, and the entire MHT family for their constant support. For Eric and Henry.

Creative Roles this Season

Music Supervisor
Music Director - West Side Story
Music Supervisor - Sister Act
Music Director - Rent
Music Supervisor - All Shook Up
Music Director - Something Rotten
Music Director - The Fantasticks
Julia Hajjar

Julia Hajjar is absolutely thrilled to be back performing at Mac-Haydn Theatre. She has appeared here in Beehive as Allison, ToUch an all immersive performance where she originated the role of The Devil! A few of her favorite shows she was apart of are: Mamma Mia on Hilton Head Island. Urinetown, Hope Cladwell. Chicago, as Hunyak and understudied as Roxie Hart. The Music Man, Zaneeta. Guys and Dolls, Adelaide. Legally Blonde, Brooke Wyndham. Catch Me If You Can, Cheryl-Ann. My all time favorite- The Rocky Horror Show. AMDA 2021 and soon-to-be a BFA Graduate at The New School 2022! Hugs and kisses to my family and friends. Art mimics Life. And a good life is nothing without art. I hope y’all enjoy the show! @juliahajjar

Roles this Season

Kristine Urich-DeLuca in A Chorus Line
Georgie Bukatinsky in The Full Monty
Euterpe in Xanadu
Xander James

Xander “XAXA” James makes his triumphant return to the Mac Haydn Theater as the one and only Shakespeare in SOMETHING ROTTEN. He is so excited to be back at The Mac after having the pleasure of playing such roles as Georg in SHE LOVES ME and Jerry in THE FULL MONTY in past seasons. You can also catch Xander in New York City as a full time musician under the moniker XAXA playing regular shows all around the city. He has had the pleasure of playing NYC landmarks such as Groove, Cafe Wha?, The Red Lion, City Winery, and the Rainbow Room. Visit www.xaxamusic.com for more information and to stream his original music. Xander is so grateful for all the wonderful times and the amazing friends he has made here in Chatham. Huge thanks to John Saunders and everyone involved here at The Mac Haydn.

Roles this Season

Shakespeare in Something Rotten
Amber Mawande-Spytek

Amber is a New York Based Performer and is always stoked to be back at the Mac! Her passion is to create waves of art in musical theatre and in the performance industry as a whole, expanding the hearts and minds of theatre lovers everywhere. Her recent credits include Godspell (Uzo), Next to Normal (Natalie), Xanadu (Erato), and Pippin (Leading Player). She has received multiple Berkie Nominations throughout her time here at the Mac-Haydn as well as a recent Nomination for best Actress in a Musical at the New York Theatre Festival. Lots of thanks to her friends and family who are always supporting her endeavors and cheering her on. You can follow Amber on Instagram or Tiktok at @amber.mawande

Roles this Season

Sister Mary Theresa in Sister Act
Joanne Jefferson in Rent
Ensemble in All Shook Up
Minstrel in Something Rotten
Holly Lauren Dayton

Holly Lauren Dayton began performing at the age of 8 training in all disciplines of dance and piano. She graduated cum laude from Florida State University, double-majoring in Finance and Entrepreneurship. She has performed with the national tours of Elf the Musical and The Elf on the Shelf Musical. Regional credits include: A Chorus Line, Chicago, Crazy for You, Oklahoma, Beauty and the Beast, Mary Poppins, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Mamma Mia and Footloose. She was featured with Lady GaGa in the Sinatra100 CBS Special and Steve Wynn’s Showstoppers in Las Vegas. She is so grateful to be back at the Mac-Haydn and gives thanks to God for providing a path to pursue her passions everyday.

Roles this Season

Cassie Ferguson in A Chorus Line
Denizen/Cop/Executive in Urinetown
"Dance Captain" in Kiss Me, Kate
Pam Lukowski in The Full Monty

Creative Roles this Season

Dance Captain - 2022 Season
Todd L. Underwood

Todd L. Underwood is excited to be back at Mac-Hadyn Theater. He was last here as the director/choreographer for The Full Monty and Man of La Mancha. He is the Associate Artistic Director at Ivoryton Playhouse in CT. Regional credits: A Chorus Line, Grease, The Color Purple, Man of La Mancha, West Side Story, Saturday Night Fever (Connecticut Critics Circle Award nomination), Rent, Chicago, La Cage aux Folles, Dreamgirls, Chicago, AIDA, The Princess and the Black-Eyed Pea (NAACP Theater Award nomination), independent film, Were the World Mine (Astaire Award nomination), Memphis (Bay Area Circle Critics Award and Connecticut Critics Circle Award nominations), Ain’t We Got Fun (London Concert). His work is featured in the movie musical Hello Again starring Audra McDonald, Cheyenne Jackson and Martha Plimpton, also receiving a Chita Rivera Award nomination for Best Choreography in Film.

Creative Roles this Season

Director - Sister Act
Anthony Michael Velez

Anthony Michael Velez is so grateful to be returning to the Mac-Haydn Theatre for their 2024 Season. This will be his fourth season in a row here! You might remember his past roles as Paul San Marco (A Chorus Line), Sancho (Man of La Mancha) and Arpad Laszlo (She Loves Me) at the Mac-Haydn Theatre. He recently made his Off-Broadway debut as a Standby/Swing in El Otro Oz at the Atlantic Theatre. Anthony was the recipient of the 2019 National Youth Arts Awards for Best Actor in a Musical as Jack Kelly in Newsies (Pied Piper Youth Theatre). When he’s not on stage, Anthony works as a Teaching Artist for Broadway Bound Kids. He would like to thank his family and friends for always supporting his passion for the arts.
IG: @anthonyvelezzz

Roles this Season

Moose in West Side Story
TJ in Sister Act
Angel in Rent
Ensemble in All Shook Up
Ensemble in Something Rotten
Andrew Burton Kelley

Andrew Burton Kelley is ecstatic to be returning for his 5th season here at The Mac! Past Mac-Haydn credits include Xanadu (Sonny), Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour), Jersey Boys (Bob Gaudio), Oklahoma! (Will Parker), and She Loves Me (Kodlay), to name a few. Other Credits: National Tour; Waitress. Cruise Ships; Cranival Cruise Lines (Carnival Victory, Production Singer), The Comany Men (Man 2). Regional; Waitress (Ogunquit), Grease (Palace Theatre), A Chorus Line (The Argyle, Palace Theatre), Xanadu (Cortland Repertory), Rent (Firehouse Center for the arts), and itch Albom’s original musical, Hockey!-The New Musical (Detroit City Theatre). He is forever grateful to his family, FSE, his amazing wife and fellow actor Rachel, and the sweetest kitten to ever exsist, Eloise. IG;@thereal_abk

Roles this Season

Mark Cohen in Rent
Nick Bottom in Something Rotten
Kylan Ross

Kylan (he/him) is very excited to be back at the Mac-Haydn Theatre for his fourth season. Originally from Ireland, Kylan now calls New York City home. Some of Kylan’s previous credits include: NEXT TO NORMAL (Gabe – Berkshire Theatre Award Nominee for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical 2022), URINETOWN (Bobby Strong), TODRICK HALL’S STRAIGHT OUTTA OZ, North American Tour (The Wizard), PIPPIN (Pippin), NEWSIES (Davey/Race), GUYS AND DOLLS (Harry The Horse), RAGTIME (Younger Brother), CHESS (Anatoly), A CHORUS LINE (Al), THE WORLD GOES ROUND (Berkshire Theatre Award Nominee for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical 2021).
You can keep up with Kylan on Instagram at: @kylanross

Roles this Season

Nigel Bottom in Something Rotten
Elizabeth McGuire

Elizabeth McGuire is a dancer, choreographer, and arts advocate living in NYC. In 2011, Elizabeth Co-Founded ToUch Performance Art, a dance-theater company that specializes in immersive and multi-disciplinary performances, and has produced over 50 shows as Co-Artistic Director and Resident Choreographer. She has choreographed at the Signature Theater, the Connelly Theater, AMDA, and the Manhattan School of Music. Elizabeth serves as Executive Director for Broadway Bound Kids, a non-profit dedicated to providing access to arts education in NYC. At the Mac, she has choreographed Camelot, Pippin, Urinetown, Full Monty, the Sound of Music and Godspell. She is thrilled to be back for her FIFTH(!) summer at MHT and is infinitely grateful to John and the community for having her! www.mcguiremoves.com

Creative Roles this Season

Associate Director/Choreographer - West Side Story
Choreographer - Rent
Brian D. Wagner

Brian D. Wagner is happy to be back for his 7th season at the Mac! He was most recently seen in 42ND STREET (Abner Dillon) and FOOTLOOSE (Uncle Wes.) Other select Mac credits include HELLO DOLLY (Horace Vandergelder), URINETOWN (Senator Fipp), 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.

Roles this Season

Monsignor O'Hara in Sister Act
Angela Carstensen

Angela Carstensen is thrilled to be back at The Mac for a sixth year! Broadway credits include Funny Girl. TV credits include The Food That Built America, History Channel. Regional Theatre costume design credits include, The Legend of Georgia McBride (Ivoryton Playhouse), Footloose (Theatre Workshop Nantucket). Previous Mac-Haydn costume design credits include: Xanadu & The Full Monty (2022), Pippin (2021), Cabaret (2018), Saturday Night Fever & Spamalot (2017) and South Pacific (2016). In addition to working in costume shops, Angela spent three years on the road with national tours: Waitress, The Spongebob Musical, and The Sound of Music. You might recall Angela briefly being on stage last year when her now fiancé, Anthony proposed during the run of Kiss Me Kate.

Creative Roles this Season

Costume Designer- The Sound of Music
Costume Designer - Godspell
Ashley DeLane Burger

Ashley DeLane Burger (Director/Choreographer) is returning for her 5th Season! She has been enjoying trying on as many different “hats” in the industry as possible over the last decade. Beyond a choreographer & performer Ashley DeLane is a proud teaching artist, at studio, high school and collegiate levels, judges dance competitions around the country, and last winter she joined the CoComelon Live National Tour as their Company Manager. She is elated to add Director to that list this season with The Marvelous Wonderettes! www.ashleydelane.com
Mac Magic includes – Choreo: Forever Plaid (2022 BWW Best Choreography), A Chorus Line (Assoc & Standby), She Loves Me, Sunset Boulevard, South Pacific. Stage: The Full Monty, Pippin (2021 BWW Best Supporting Performer), Man of La Mancha, Major Arcana, Beehive, My Fair Lady, Chicago, Nice Work If You Can Get It.
BA Theatre Performance: Wagner College. MS Kinesiology: ATSU. CMA: Laban Institute of Movement Studies.

Creative Roles this Season

Choreographer - Jersey Boys
Director - The Marvelous Wonderettes
Monica M. Wemitt

Monica M. Wemitt is returning this summer to reprise her role of Mother Superior in SISTER ACT. MHT audiences have seen her in YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, STATE FAIR, LES MISERABLES, FULL MONTY, HELLO DOLLY, MAME, SOUND OF MUSIC, GIGI, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF and PHANTOM to name a few. What keeps her busy during her time off the stage now is narrator for audio books. As of this writing, she has narrated 17 books, most of which can be found on Audible. Break a leg to the company of SISTER ACT and to the cast & crew for the entire season. Sincere thanks to John, Paul, Todd, Eric and Andrew. I am ever in awe of all of your talents.

Roles this Season

Mother Superior in Sister Act
Erin Spears Ledford

Erin Spears Ledford is honored to return to The Mac- Haydn Theatre for her 9th Season where she has worked in both performance and creative roles. Erin’s past Mac- Haydn directing credits include: Kiss Me Kate, Little Shop of Horrors, The Wedding Singer and Asst. Director on Man Of La Mancha. In 2021 Erin received a Berkshire Theatre Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Ilona in Mac- Haydn’s production of She Loves Me. Other memorable Mac roles include: The World Goes Round, Rosie in Mamma Mia, Sister Mary Patrick in Sister Act and Alice in Addams Family. Favorite regional credits include: Mrs. Sowerberry/ Nancy US in Oliver! (National Tour) and Anita in West Side Story (Circa 21.) When she is not treading the boards at The Mac, Erin works as a Teaching Artist with Inside Broadway in NYC. Thanks to JL, MDKR, JS.

Creative Roles this Season

Director - Footloose
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.

Roles this Season

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