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Playwright, Director, Dramaturg
Actor, Singer, Dancer
Act II of my life began after retiring as the Dean of Theatre at the AW Dreyfoos School of Arts in West Palm Beach. After a brief intermission attending summer programs at Shakespeare’s Globe (London) and the Juillard School (New York), I began to pursue my professional acting and directing careers. I feel fortunate that I’ve found some success on both sides of the table, but now wish to concentrate more on performance. I enjoy both stage and screen, but have booked more screen than stage. I welcome opportunities to audition for more roles. I continue to study my craft and hone my skills. For the past two years, I’ve been a member of Burt Reynolds’ Master Acting Class. I’m also a member of Shooting Blanks Improvisation Troupe which weekly rehearses and periodically performs. I believe that improvisation helps me be a valuable team player. Likewise, I attend private acting and voice lessons, workshops, and seminars as often as possible. Without a need for a “day job,” I’m available to travel. As I look forward to Act III of this life, I’d like to fill it with experiences with YOU.
Mark Walter Braswell (ASCAP) is a composer, lyricist, playwright, and producer. At the beginning of 2013, Mark relocated from Washington, DC, to Miami Beach. Here he has finished researching and writing a new musical based on Operation Pedro Pan, which is entitled Cuban Courage. Previously, Mark has written several musicals and cabarets, which have been produced in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington. His most recently produced musical is Paying the Price, which tells the story of his father’s experiences in WWII as a tail gunner on a B-17 and then POW. This show enjoyed a successful premier by the Cape Fear Regional Theatre, in conjunction with the U.S. Army’s Airborne and Special Operations Museum in NC, which was followed by other productions. In addition, Mark has written several short plays, music for special events and benefits, and scores for short films.
Ms. Celeste Nicole Ceja
Jamie has been actively working as a production manager in South Florida for over twenty years. Originally from Cherry Hill, New Jersey, she came to Florida to attend the University of Miami where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Education. Jamie has stage managed and served as technical director for numerous musicals and revues for corporate events including Motorola, Hewlett Packard, The Florida Sterling Awards, and The Nevada Governor’s Council. Some of her musical theatre credits include La Cage Aux Folles, Zero Hour, The Life, Perfect Harmony, Jim Bailey as Barbra Streisand, The Kid From Brooklyn, and Groucho starring Gabe Kaplan. She most recently has worked as the production manager and lighting designer for Laffing Matterz at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Jamie has also served as tour director / company manager for over 30 Florida touring productions. In addition to stage managing, Jamie has also worked extensively as a choreographer and lighting designer all over the world. Her International credits include production shows at The Theatre Variete, Palais Montcalm, and The Shawinigan Theatre in Canada, Minakami, Dogashima, and Inatori Resorts in Japan, and The Atlantis Resort in Paradise Island, Bahamas.
Company, Office, House, Public Relations, Press, Fund Raising
Institutional, Private Coach
Actor, Singer, Voice-Over
Born and raised in Miami, FL, Isabel D. Almaraz began her artistic journey as a dancer; graduating from acclaimed performing arts high school, Coral Reef Senior High and beginning her professional career as a dancer, choreographer, and teacher at the age of 18. Isabel earned her B.A. in Dance from Florida International University and her M.A. in Arts Administration from Savannah College of Art and Design. For the last 13 years, Isabel has been teaching and directing dance programs in public schools and private dance studios, choreographing for international personalities such as Jon Secada and impersonators Frankie Kein and Manuel Arte, and dancing for touring and local productions, commercial and industrial dance companies, and lyrical theater companies. Isabel looks to continue growing artistically by focusing her talents on the growing theater industry in South Florida as a dancer and a choreographer.
Lina Maria Delgado
Broward County Teachers
Mr Dylan Denmark
Actor, Voice-Over, Singer, Dancer
Critic, Dramaturg, Periodicals
Actress, singer, dancer, and musician, with experience in improv, interactive, children’s and outdoor theatre. Vast experience as a musical theatre performer, musical director and choreographer. Born in San Francisco, raised in Santiago de Chile, 5 years of NYC experience (2 Off Broadway credits and a National Tour), and currently residing in Fort Lauderdale. Fluent and neutral in English and Spanish.
Hon Stephen Patrick Driscoll
Board Member – New Theatre
Mr Douglas C Evans
Fund Raising, Other
Lecturer, Broadcaster, Producer
NORMAN J. FEDDER, Ph. D. is University Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Theatre, Kansas State University; and now teaches in the Interdisciplinary Arts Program (IAP) of Nova Southeastern University. A member of the Kansas Theatre Hall of Fame, he is the author of a book on Tennessee Williams, many articles on dramatic literature, and 25 produced plays––notably the book for The Buck Stops Here! which was performed to critical acclaim by AMAS Repertory Theatre in New York City. He is a member of the Association for Jewish Theatre which he was instrumental in founding. He is also a Registered Drama Therapist/Board Certified Trainer, active in the North American Drama Therapy Association. He was honored by NADTA by receiving its initial Raymond Jacobs Diversity Award and its Gertrude Schattner Award––the highest honor the association can bestow. He founded Kansas State University’s renowned Drama Therapy Program and has developed and directs a Drama Therapy concentration within the IAP.
Ms. Rachel Frances Finley
Director, Stage Combat
Set, Costumes, Props
Dramatists Guild, Authors Guild
Michael Freshko recently played the role of Javert in Les Miserables in Naples. Michael also recently in the TheatreZone’s production of 110 in the Shade, where he played File. Other credits include Bustopher Jones/Asparagus/Growltiger and Old Deuteronomy in CATS, Swing in 1776, Wes/ Rev. Moore u/s in Footloose, Wolf/Prince in Into The Woods, Mr.Spritzer/Mr.Pinky in Hairspray, and Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol.
Dr. Richard Gamble
Performing Arts Nutrition
Performing Arts Nutrition exists to assist performing artists find realistic and achievable nutritional strategies in order to promote their own healthy and reliable creative artistic instrument.
Richard Gamble is the former chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance at Florida Atlantic University with over forty years of experience in college/university, commercial and not for profit theatre. He is a member of the United Scenic Artists and the Performing Arts Medicine Association. He earned his Ph.D. in Fine Arts at Texas Tech University where his major course of study was arts administration and where he also worked as Managing Director of Ballet Lubbock. His creative experience includes the design and execution of stage scenery, lighting and sound, for over 200 productions.
Jeanine Gangloff is an actor, and theatre teacher originally from West Palm Beach Florida. She attended the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, and was heavily involved in the arts from a young age. After graduating high school with honors, Jeanine attended Florida State University’s Bachelor f Fine Arts Theatre Program. She studied acting with Tony nominated and Emmy award winning actress Jane Alexander ( known for her work in The Great White Hope, Kramer vs. Kramer, Cider House Rules), and was instructed in such classes as Acting for the Camera, IPA, Voice & Diction, Movement, Period Acting Styles, Musical Theatre, Private Singing Lessons, and ballet. She graduated with honors.
She next toured as a professional actor in Virginia, and worked on several theatre for young audience shows conducting pre and post show workshops with children. Jeanine spent a year working at the Mill Mountain Theatre as a company member working in multiple shows such as It’s A Wonderful Life, Frankenstein, and Northstar. She decided to move to New York City, Jeanine worked as an actor on a number of off Broadway shows for nearly a decade. She worked at the Cherry Lane Theatre, Hudson Shakespeare Company, Curran Repertory Theatre, Depot Theatre Company, and the prestigious Williamstown Theatre Company. She also did print & commercial work in NYC with the UGLY Talent Agency.
Jeanine decided to continue her studies, and went on to graduate study, receiving her Master of Science in Education from City College of New York with a focus in Educational Theatre. Jeanine was the teaching assistant to Sandy Faison, the Dean of the Theatre Department at the Fiorello LaGuardia School for Music & the Performing Arts ( The “Fame” School) for her last semester in graduate school.
Recently, Ms. Jeanine Gangloff moved from New York City to South Florida where she recently joined the team at G-Star School of the Arts where she teaches Acting I, Acting II, and Acting IV. She also coaches at Showtime Theatre in Boca Raton. She has started her South Florida acting premiere with Director Kim St. Leon with the play Undo, featuring other notable actors Margot Moreland & Anne Marie Olson.
Stephanie is very excited about her recent move to the Sunshine state. Since her relocation in August she has already been involved with a number of productions including Miami Shakespeare’s The Tempest (Stephano) and Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts (Marina). Stephanie is a proud graduate from the Hartt School (Music Theater). Please visit WWW.StephanieGenovese.com for more information.
Alan began his career as an actor in the New York City area before transitioning into Television News as an Anchor for nearly 25 years. But during that time, he also appeared in numerous stage productions. Now… after retiring from News, Alan is once again pursuing his acting career full-time, as well as a career in voice-overs.
Puppeteer, Director, Producer, Puppet Designer, Puppet Maker,
Set Designer, Costume Designer, Props, Puppet Arts
Puppet Arts Fabrication
Lecturer on Puppetry
Set Designer, Lighting Designer
Kevin Healey (Coughlin)
Director, Music Director
Actor, Singer, Musician
Mrs. Donna L Horkey
Glenn C Hutchinson Jr
Actor, Musician, Multi-Lingual
Mr. Neal J Kaskel
Supportive of South Florida Theatre
Marcy Kennedy Knight
Ms. Lynn C. Kobrin