March is Women's History Month
Dyana Neal has performed in plays, operas, and cabarets throughout the Baltimore-Washington area. Favorite roles include Lady Macbeth, Anne Boleyn, The Fairy Queen, and Pitti-Sing. Later this month, audiences will have a chance to see a lot more of her as Mrs. Robinson in "The Graduate" at Dundalk Community Theatre.
Steven Lampredi, actor, director and singer of risque' sea songs, is persuaded now and then to pose as a cabaret singer. Steven is also the artistic director of New Old Theater. Some more theatrical time travel may be afoot later this year, so please look out for it
Kay-Megan Washington is an actor and singer based in Baltimore, MD. She has appeared in productions at numerous local theaters, including "The Threepenny Opera" and "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" at Audrey Herman Spotlighters Theatre, "Sweeney Todd" at Laurel Mill Playhouse, "Henry IV: Part I" at Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, and "Caroline, or Change" at Stillpointe Theatre Initiative. When not performing, Kay-Megan is the director of a conflict resolution program for the Maryland Department of Agriculture. myinneredge.wix.com/kay-megan-washington
Janina O'Brien, piano - "My friend Janina seems to thrive on every kind of music. Although somewhat of a mystery, I know that she has participated in the International Conductors Festival-Kiev and co-created a few projects with New Old Theater. We are fortunate to have her remarkable talents for LoveSICK." - S.Lampredi
Rob Wall - Since the age of twelve, Rob appeared in several leading roles throughout high school and while attending the U.S. Naval Academy. From 2000 until his graduation in 2004, Rob sang in the Naval Academy Men;s Glee Club, served as announcer for Naval Academy parades, and was featured in the roles of Sid Sorokin in The Pajama Game and The Pirate King in Pirates of Penzance. Following his service as an officer in the U.S. Navy, he returned to the stage, playing the role of Che in Spotlighters’ production of Evita. He played prominent supporting roles in several shows at Spotlighters during the 2016-17 season, finishing out 2017 as Harry Witherspoon in Silhouette Stages’ Lucky Stiff and as Bobby in Just Off Broadway’s Company. Rob is engaged in several commercial pursuits, as well as philanthropic efforts that support veterans and people with disabilities.
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