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Cast/Crew: Nina Lionetti

Nina is happy to be back at Antrim after a 14 -year absence. She was last seen here as Mrs. Lyons in Blood Brothers in 2007. Some of her other favorite roles include: Rosabella in The Most Happy Fella, Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance, April in Company, Abigail in The Crucible, Gwendolyn in

Cast/Crew: Nina Lionetti2021-05-18T16:32:07+00:00

Cast/Crew: Kevin Vislocky

Kevin (Jerry) is extremely happy to be a part of Antrim’s return to live theater. He previously appeared at Antrim in A Few Good Men (Lt. Weinberg), Dividing the Estate (Son) and Laughter on the 23rd Floor (Kenny). Favorite performances outside Antrim include: Frost/Nixon (Nixon), Othello (Iago), I Hate Hamlet (Barrymore), Picasso at the

Cast/Crew: Kevin Vislocky2021-05-18T16:31:10+00:00

Cast/Crew: Lori Adelson

Lori is excited to be back at Antrim where she previously produced “Boys Next Door” and “Dividing The Estate”. Lori has also worked on productions at Elmwood Theater: Assistant Producer “American Daughter”, Producer “Love, Loss and What I Wore”, Production Assistant “Last of the Red Hot Lovers”, Backstage assistant “Brighton Beach Memoirs” and

Cast/Crew: Lori Adelson2021-05-18T16:32:30+00:00

Cast/Crew: Chris Yacopino

Chris is delighted to be making his debut with Antrim. He’s spent many years as a photographer, web designer, promoter and advertiser and has collaborated with the director on multiple projects in the past. Recent works include the art shows Local Love, Guilty Pleasures, Surrender to Small at Bell-Ans, as well as fundraising

Cast/Crew: Chris Yacopino2021-05-18T16:33:41+00:00

Cast/Crew: Christine Kavanagh

Christine is excited to be back again at the Antrim Playhouse after Stage Managing last seasons Sylvia and Crimes of the Heart. Although, Christine has been stage managing since 2010, this is her first time co-producing. Recently, she has stage managed The Velveteen Rabbit with the Elmwood Playhouse, High School Musical with The

Cast/Crew: Christine Kavanagh2021-05-18T16:33:45+00:00

Cast/Crew: Margo Vlahinich

Margo is happy and proud to be associated with such a talented cast and crew in Lost in Yonkers. In recent years, Margo has been an Assistant to the Director in The Goat Or, Who Is Sylvia at Elmwood Playhouse. She has also been stage directing for the last four years with Babbling

Cast/Crew: Margo Vlahinich2021-05-18T16:33:54+00:00

Cast/Crew: Derek Tarson

Derek Tarson (Director / Robert) is pleased to be directing Antrim’s first in-person performance after the pandemic. He has directed Other People's Money, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Man Who Came to Dinner, and Lost in Yonkers in recent years at Antrim, and he will be directing the upcoming production of the original musical,

Cast/Crew: Derek Tarson2021-05-18T16:33:58+00:00

Cast/Crew: Jim Guarasci

Jim is thrilled to be a part of this wonderful production. Over the past 15 years here at Antrim Jim has produced Lion in Winter, Shot in the Dark, Company, Cabaret, Little Shop of Horrors, Witness for the Prosecution, The Spitfire Grill, Fiddler on the Roof, Blood Brothers, West Side Story, Miss Saigon, Assassins

Cast/Crew: Jim Guarasci2021-05-18T16:34:37+00:00

Cast/Crew: Pat Ebner

This is Pat's second costume project with Antrim Playhouse having previously costumed The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. She has been with St. Anthony's Parish Players for the last seven years, costuming on several projects which included Oliver! and Fiddler on the Roof. When not working on a specific project, she can

Cast/Crew: Pat Ebner2021-05-18T16:37:06+00:00

Cast/Crew: Zach Chambers

Zach has always been inspired by theatre. He loves the writing, music and choreography but the lighting and scenery connects it all for him. Since he can remember, Zach has always worked on a show. From building scenery and hanging lights, to designing, and building show flows, Zach’s experience spans all parts of

Cast/Crew: Zach Chambers2021-05-18T16:37:12+00:00
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