Roger Ames
Elizabeth Bassine
Big Daddy J
Fabio Blazina
George Blecher
Bobby Brower
Jane Buckwalter

Bill Carter
Anthony Catanzaro
Richard Casamento
Hank Crosby
Ashley Davis
Natasha Davis

Lydia De Souza
Luke Elmore
Feliziano Flores
Henry Fung
Jackie Fung
Heny Gabay
Krissy Garber
Ruth Gersh

Neil Ginsberg
Bruce Gordon
Luciana Grassi
Kathryn Hathaway
Jarret Haynes

Donna Heffernan
Alison Heiser
Mark Heiser
Terrin Hill
Doug Hochstadt
Ivy Hong
Hilary Howard
Hudson Guild Kids
Marshall Izen
Daniela Jacobs
Hayden Jean-Baptiste
Raven Jensen
Rhonda Jensen
Vanessa Kai
Alison & David Kuperberg

John Larkin
Lincoln Square Kids
Brenda Major
Chris Major
Marilyn Major
Anne Marcarian
Cian McCarthy
Robert McKeon
Shanna Medenilla
Roger Micone
Lara Milian
Sarah Morgan
Gabriella Nasjletti

Andrew O'Brien
Daniel del Olmo

Diane Parker
Christine Pineiro
Keith Powell
Dusty Ray
Devon Riley
Letha Rose

Zoey Russo
Richard Saltzman
Alan Sanders
Sunita Saroop
Miguel Suero
Brian Wecht
Rachel Wecht

Angela Workman


Roger Ames (Music Director, Composer, Piano: 2004 - 2007) Roger has written operas and musicals for Boston Lyric Opera, Utah Opera, Central City Opera, Tulsa Opera, Lake George Opera, Off-Broadway, London Fringe, the Hartford Stage, Long Island Masterworks Chorus and Orchestra, the Greensboro Choral Society, and others. His lyricist, Elizabeth Bassine, started collaborating with him on Puss In Boots and has co-written with him since – and now they are finishing the first draft of a big musical based on the Welsh novel: How Green Was My Valley, with Ron Hutchinson, playwright. Ames' Requiem for Our Time was recently performed to standing ovations by the Boston Pro Musica, and his opera En Mis Palabras, Jeffrey Gilden librettist, is being toured throughout Colorado and the west by Central City Opera. He teaches vocal music and composition at Great Neck North High School, and is published by GIA Music, where one can see a more complete biography. He also has publications at Hinshaw Music, inc, Belwin Mills, and Vista Music. He is on commercial recordings by Thomas Hampson, on the EMI label, and by Anam Cara, James Jordan, conductor, and has scored movies and documentaries for French and German Television. Email: COMPANY LIST
Elizabeth Bassine (Lyricist: 2004 - 2007) Elizabeth's partnership with Roger began with the addition of lyric verses to his East Hampton Suite, and includes songs in his choral repertoire. They've created many songs for Pantomonium and are working on two musicals. An award-winning poet and painter, Elizabeth's work has been shown in museums and galleries, including The Stonybrook University Art Museum, Heckscher Museum, and galleries in Los Angeles and New York. COMPANY LIST
Big Daddy J (Cast Member: 2004) BDJ has had a long career in the theater as actor and writer, and is currently working on his own show. COMPANY LIST
Fabio Blazina (Stage Manager/Cast Member: 2006 - 2011) Fabio is Assistant Technical Director in the theater department at Hunter College, and has recently completed his EMS training. COMPANY LIST
George Blecher (Cast Member: 2005 - 2011) A former CUNY professor, George played in productions of Chekhov and Shakespeare in a defunct Times Square porno house before discovering his inner Mae West with Pantomonium. He writes about American politics and culture for many European newspapers and websites, and Danish and Turkish translations of his short story collection, Other People Exist, are due out in 2009. COMPANY LIST
Bobby Brower (Cast Member and Writer: 2009 – 2011) In addition to co-writing Pantos, Bobby’s credits include the Panto cabaret The Widow’s Behind, and last year’s Snow White and the Several Dwarfs. Bobby’s work can also be seen in Improvisation News, an online publication that caters to the improv communities of New York and Los Angeles and his mature blog Dear God, It’s Me, Bobby. Bobby earned his Bachelor’s of the Arts from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and his Master’s of the Arts from Seton Hall University. His book based off his blog Dear God, It’s Me, Bobby is coming soon. COMPANY LIST
Jane Buckwalter (Advisory Board Member) Jane is Director, Programming Operations at WNET. Jane served on the company's Board from 2006 until 2012 as Treasurer, ensuring that our donor's funds were used wisely. COMPANY LIST
Bill Carter (Announcer: 2004 - 2011) A man of many voices with but one mouth, Bill is a voice-over artist, carpenter and musician. COMPANY LIST
Anthony Catanzaro (Costume Designer: 2006) Anthony is delighted to work with Pantomonium's talented cast and crew. Most recently, Anthony styled costumes for Reverie, an independent feature film. Anthony is most proud of his work as Resident Costume Designer for Kaleidoscope Theatre Company. COMPANY LIST
Richard Casamento (Cast Member: 2006 – 2008, 2010, 2011) Rich is beyond pickled to be performing with Pantomonium Productions, and genuinely stunned to find himself in the company of such an insanely talented and supportive group of players. Rich has a few ancient acting credentials dating mostly back to school daze but has performed as a Jazz pianist, singer, and Hustle and Swing dancer at various times over the last 25 years. COMPANY LIST
Hank Crosby (Cast Member: 2004, 2005, 2007) Hank is a born and bred New Yorker, except for his college years at Maryland Institute, College of Art, where he had the misfortune of meeting the director. Hank worked with Chris on his early student films and still gets roped into his schemes. Hank makes his way in the world as a Visual Merchandising professional.
Ashley Davis (Web Site Writer) Ashley is a musician and composer, with several albums to her credit. Her web site for writing is: COMPANY LIST
Natasha Davis (Stage Manager: 2005) Natasha is a Theatre Arts/Film major at Hunter University. She holds a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the College of The Bahamas where she was Director of the Drama Club. She came to New York in 2002 where she studied for three years at The College of Staten Island. She stage managed off-off Broadway productions of Boys Life' and Actor's Nightmare' and has performed in and stage managed for other campus performances. COMPANY LIST
Lydia De Souza (Cast Member: 2005, 2006) Lydia is a graduate of Wheaton College, a student of Michael Howard, an intern at Labyrinth Theater, a member of C3M, and a damn good roommate. COMPANY LIST
Luke Elmore (Cast Member: 2007 - 2011) Luke is one of New York's Best Kept Secrets. Born and raised in Harlem, he started performing at the age of 16. Dancing, stepping and singing with a group called the P. L. A. Y. E. R. S. Club at Talent shows, Competitions, Colleges, Parades, TV, and commercials. Then singing and acting at showcases. After graduating with his Bachelors' in Economics and a Minor in Theater from Hunter College he pursued a career to pay bills and live a life that was comfortable for him. But his passion and desire to perform never left his heart and soon he started to realize that he was living a life instead of being Alive in His Life. So he saved some money and quit his job and geared all his resources to one goal; To make it in the field of entertainment through his talents of Acting, Dancing, Singing and Writing and then using his influence to help Change the World. Once free from the chains of work, he auditioned and got to be one of the bachelors on Essence. com's web reality series "30 Dates in 30 Days" and then a couple of photo shoots until he met Chris, through a friend of his (Thanks So Much Janet Avery) that he just met one day in a laundromat. So she called Chris up and had him speak to Luke right there on the spot. COMPANY LIST
Feliziano Flores (Cast Member: 2011) Feliziano is a director/playwright/geek who happens to be acting this time around, so wish him luck. Originally from Trinidad and Tobago, he studied Theatre and Anthropology at Hunter College. He has worked with such groups as Wizard Oil Productions, Moses/Mogilee, The Native Aliens, The Kings County and Judith Shakespeare Companies. NY credits include Three Penny Opera (Kaye Playhouse), Yutopia (Ontological-Hysteric Theater), The Rover (Founders Hall Theatre), Oh Dad, Poor Dad (The Gruber Studio) and Marat/Sade (Shetler Studios). COMPANY LIST
Henry Fung (Crew Member: 2008 - 2011) Henry once innocently told his brother Jackie (see below) that sure, he could help out backstage for one show. Four years later, Henry is hopelessly addicted to building sets and wearing garbage cans and dryer hose in the name of theater. COMPANY LIST
Jackie Fung (Lighting Director: 2007 - 2011) Jackie figures Henry’s (see above) garbage can obsession is just a phase. Last year it was Robots. After luring Henry into Panto, Jackie took on responsibility for running lights and sound. And then showed yet another side by joining Blue Panto and turning out to be a natural improviser. COMPANY LIST
Heny Gabay (Cast Member: 2005 - 2011) In addition to being a talented and dedicated performer, Heny is an important executive with the Wyndham Hotel & Resort Group. COMPANY LIST
Krissy Garber (Cast Member: 2011) Krissy’s theater credits include Cherie in People In the Wind, Anna in Spring Awakening, Meredith in Five Women Wearing the Same Dress, and Krissy in Happy Hour. Regional theater credits include: Anne Of Green Gables (Hong Kong), Stuart Little, Play, Anything Goes and On the Town (Princeton). Film credits include: Studio the Show, MTV’s PSA On Digital Abuse, The Place, and Flowers Are For Funerals. Krissy is a recurring cast member at the 78th Street Theater’s Sunday Night Improv. Krissy is a graduate of The Neighborhood Playhouse and a current student in Julliard Evening Division for Classical Singing. COMPANY LIST
Ruth Gersh (Wardrobe Director, Production Stage Manager: 2006 - 2011) Ruth complements her position at The Associated Press with spinning, knitting, sewing and quilting, leaving time for racewalking and obsessive crossword puzzle solving. COMPANY LIST
Neil Ginsberg (Music Director, Composer: 2008, 2010, 2011) Neil's music directing credits include the Off Broadway productions of Nunsense and Forever Plaid (National Tour), The Cape Cod Theater Project, New London Barn Playhouse, Papermill Playhouse, Juilliard School of Drama, the 92nd Street Y, and New York University. Choral compositions published by GIA, Santa Barbara Music, and Lorenz. Pianist for the Silent Movie Theater in Los Angeles. He was the co-chair of performing arts at Brooklyn Friends School and currently teaches music at the Harlem Day Charter School. COMPANY LIST
Bruce Gordon (Audio Engineer, Cast Album Producer) Bruce started out playing blues and R&B in Buffalo, NY and has recorded with Ray Davies of "The Kinks." He was a member of the new wave band "The Screaming Honkers," which appeared in the movie "Ishtar," and has also performed in a country and western swing band called the Jazz Cowboys. Bruce expertly makes all of Pantomoniums cast recordings. COMPANY LIST
Luciana Grassi (Cast Member: 2004) Luciana's New York credits include The Boy in Henry V and Antonio in Twelfth Night and The Polar Express at Wildlife Theatre at The Bronx Zoo, where she has done children's theatre as well as written and simultaneous translations. More recently, she has been featured in a soap opera (Corazon Dominado), a sitcom (Cosa Seria) and a play (La Infame Gravedad Acecha) in Ecuador. She now hostis two home decor/lifestyle shows in Argentina: Desde Casa and Retro & Pop on the network Utilsima / Fox Toma Uno. COMPANY LIST
Kathryn Hathaway (Composer, Music Director, Piano: 2011) Kathryn is a composer and playwright from New Jersey where she was briefly in a ska band. Her plays and musicals have been performed and developed at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, New Dramatists, NYMF, and the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop. Honors include a MacDowell Colony fellowship, a residency with Overturn Theater Ensemble, and a Barnard College LeFrak Prize. She is currently enrolled in Mac Wellman’s playwriting MFA program at Brooklyn College where she is mastering the art of being super confusing. COMPANY LIST
Jarret Haynes (Cast Member: 2004, 2005, 2009) Jarret is presently the Chief Operating Officer of the New 42nd Street. COMPANY LIST
Donna Heffernan (Cast Member: 2006, 2007) Donna is an accomplished artist and actor in numerous media. She is also a company member of Kaleidoscope Theatre. Visit her world at COMPANY LIST
Alison Heiser (Community Liaison, Crew Member) Alison is a licensed psychotherapist practicing in Manhattan. A former actor and dancer, her deep love of theatre goes way back. She has her BFA in Drama from NYU and her Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Florida Gulf Coast University. Alison founded and ran Actors Repertory Theatre in Naples, Florida. COMPANY LIST
Mark Heiser (President, Production Director) Mark is currently Managing Director of the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center, home to the New York City Ballet. He was formerly General Manager of Cal Performances at the University of California, Berkeley. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Drama from UC Irvine and a Masters Degree in Dramatic Art from UC Davis. COMPANY LIST
Terrin Hill (Cast Member: 2006) Born and raised in Brooklyn! He went to college at the University of South Alabama where he earned his B.A degree in Elementary Education. He went on to pursue a career in both modeling and acting and has appeared in various television shows and commercials. COMPANY LIST
Doug Hochstadt (Box Office Manager) Doug is Vice President of Sales for ABC Television. He is responsible for tracking and analysis of ticket sales, donation allotments and attendance records. COMPANY LIST
Ivy Hong (Cast Member: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010) In addition to Panto, Ivy's credits include Becky O'Connor in PBC Productions' internet-delivery sitcom "The New Adventures of Captain S" (2006-2007), and an extra on the new Disney film "Old Dogs" featuring Robin Williams and John Travolta. While not acting, she enjoys fighting crime, taxidermy and other markedly pro-feminist movement dalliances. COMPANY LIST
Hilary Howard (Cast Member: 2004, 2005, 2007) Hilary is proud to have made a fool out of herself, compliments of Pantomonium Productions as King Turtelle in Puss In Boots and Princess Majolica in Cinderella. Other theater credits range from downtown performance art to midtown original plays to out-of-town Shakespeare. Special thanks to her husband and baby squash for understanding and supporting her need to embrace the silly. COMPANY LIST
Hudson Guild Kids (Lyricists, Composers) In 2007 and 2008, kids composed music and lyrics for Robin Hood in Summer camp workshops at the Hudson Guild Community Center. COMPANY LIST
Marshall Izen (Puppetry Director) Marshall has had a long and distinguished career performing for children. His work in television won him two Emmy Awards. Theatreworks/USA presented Marshall's live children's programs for over twenty years until he retired from national touring. Since then, Izen, a lifelong pianist, has realized another career goal: a solo performance at Canegie Hall. COMPANY LIST
Daniela Jacobs (Program Design: 2007) COMPANY LIST
Hayden Jean-Baptiste (Cast member: 2008, 2009, 2011) Hayden has been performing since the age of six performing for his parents friends at house parties. At thirteen he joined the B.C.A.Y which stands for Bronx Creative Arts for Youths which is where he found his calling. He's been trying to shove his face in front of a camera and on stage ever since. He is now focusing on stand up comedy, film acting and hopefully working on some improv with some of the cast members. His other talents are dancing, stepping, mind reading, and working the fries section at McDonalds. In his spare time he enjoys reading comics and long walks in the projects or a jog if he's about to get robbed. He currently manages a Marriott hotel in midtown Manhattan when he's not auditioning. He wants to thank 80's and 90's television for making him what he is today and a big thanks to Luke (Aladdin) for bringing him on board.
Raven Jensen (Program Design: 2007) COMPANY LIST
Rhonda Jensen (Cast Member: 2006 – 2008, Director 2009 - 2011) Rhonda has appeared in several Off, Off Broadway plays including The Importance of Being Earnest, The Learned Ladies and La Ronde with The Westside Rep. and a wonderful One Act Series with H.B. Playwrights called The Airport Plays. Back in the 80's I played Victoria Love in the Daytime Soap Opera Another World. Now I can be spotted in between your favorite TV shows in one of my National Commercials. COMPANY LIST
Vanessa Kai (Cast Member: 2004 – 2006, Choreographer, 2010) Vanessa’s favorite roles include The Reader (Far East, Stamford Theatreworks;  Winner of the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Debut), Hope (An Infinite Ache, Stamford Theatreworks). Film: Smoke and Mirrors (2012 Silver Award Winner at the California Film Awards); Death in Love (2008 Official Selection Sundance Film Festival). TV: Law & Order: SVU. And of course, Puss in Puss in Boots - The very first Pantomonium Production). COMPANY LIST
Alison & David Kuperberg (Props & Lead Usher: 2006) Alison is Special Event Director at the Metropolitain Museum of Art. David is an executive with Wyndham Hotel & Resort Group. COMPANY LIST
John Larkin (Cast Member and Videographer: 2011) John was born in the Bronx, New York at Albert Einstein Hospital. He grew up in Mount Vernon, where at a young age he expressed an interest in arts and entertainment. Putting on puppet shows with his sisters, reading books to his Kindergarten Class and Singing. When he was 6 he moved to Eastchester, New York where he played sports through most of his childhood and adolescence. It wasn't until High School where he started to produce short videos at an after school video-club and developed an interest in Film and Acting. Three years later he graduated Eastchester with over 15 pieces of work, had helped establish the First Eastchester Film Festival and was on his way to Film School. In 2009 he graduated from The School of Visual Arts. COMPANY LIST
Lincoln Square Kids (Lyricists, Composers: 2004 - 2006) Over the years, lots of kids have composed music and lyrics for Pantomonium shows in Summer camp workshops at the Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center. COMPANY LIST
Brenda Major (House Manager, Community Liaison: 2004 - 2011) Brenda heads up the Special Events Department for the ABC Television Network. Her extensive credits include international satellite conferences, opening New York's Javitz Center and Presidential birthday parties. COMPANY LIST
Chris Major (Creative Director) Chris oversees the writing of Pantomonium's holiday shows and summer workshops for kids. In real life he is an art therapist. COMPANY LIST
Marilyn Major (Costumes, Puppet Maker) Marilyn is an accomplished fiber artist and sculptor, and her life long experience as a high school art teacher has given her unique insight into the minds of kids. COMPANY LIST
Anne Marcarian (Cast Member: 2005) Anne made her first stage appearance since elementary school in Pantomonium's Jack and the Beanstalk! COMPANY LIST
Cian McCarthy (Music Director, 2007) Originally from Cork, Ireland, Cian began studying classical piano at the age of 5 and received his BM in 2007 from Berklee College of Music in Boston. Cian has performed with Irish jazz artists such as Stephen O' Keefe, Jimmy Canti, Mick Cody and Karl Rooney. In Ireland he has performed at the National Concert Hall, the Ambassador Theater and the Cork Opera House among others. He regularly performs at the Guinness Jazz Festival, Cork, and has performed live on National TV with the rock band KUDOS. Early in 2007, he won the Jazz Performance Award at Berklee. As a Music Director, Cian has worked on such productions as "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change' at the Zack Box in Boston. In Ireland: "Les Miserables' and "Oliver' at the Cork Opera House. In 2005 he Associate Music Directed the hit pantomime "Babes in the Wood' at the Cork Opera House. Cian is delighted to be involved in the world of panto again and would like to thank Roger and Chris for getting him involved in this wonderful production. COMPANY LIST
Robert McKeon (Cast Member: 2004 - 2006) Robert's recent credits include The Count of Monte Cristo, Thyestes, As You Like It and Soccer Moms from Hell. COMPANY LIST
Shanna Medenilla (Stage Manager: 2005) Shanna holds a Certificate in Theater Arts from the University of the Philippines and has been part of productions of various theater companies worldwide. She is currently a Theatre Arts student at Hunter College and is Landmark Education graduate. COMPANY LIST
Roger Micone (Drums: 2005 - 2011) Roger's credits include: Elkwood Play School Tin Can Ensemble; Wilson Elementary School Band; Summit All-City Orchestra & Band; Summit Junior High School Concert Band, Stage Band, Pit Band "The Boyfriend"; Summit High School Concert Band, Stage Band, "The Pride of Summit" Marching Band; Bucknell Bison Marching Band; Trax Factor "Live at Tustin Gym"; The Poseurs; Shadowfax; The Rivets; Boys' Night Out; Billy Can't Cope. COMPANY LIST
Lara Milian (Cast Member: 2005 – 2010, Choreographer, 2011) Lara is a graduate of LaGuardia High School, has trained with the Moscow Art Theatre and is an accomplished voice over artist -- she's "the official voice of Hunter Douglas" and recently voiced a DVD project for Samsung. COMPANY LIST
Sarah Morgan (Cast Member: 2011) Sarah spent her youth in the backwoods of Tennessee where she survived off of squirrel meat and lake water. After a bad bout with food poisoning, she decided to get serious with her life. Sarah went on to graduate from The University of the South with a BA in Theatre and studied acting at Michael Howard Studios. While she spends most of her time performing, Sarah also enjoys writing. Two of her original shows have been accepted to the Tennessee Women’s Theatre Project’s Annual Women’s Work Festival. She also co-wrote a holiday musical that was professionally produced in Nashville, TN. She currently lives in Brooklyn and is taking classes at the Peoples’ Improv Theater. She loves being a part of the Panto gang and will be spending this year counting down to the next show! COMPANY LIST
Gabriella Nasjletti (Cast Member: 2004) Gaby is a graduate student at Bank Street College of Education and made her stage debut wearing wings and a halo as Elodea in Puss In Boots. COMPANY LIST
Andrew O'Brien (Cast Member: 2004 - 2008) Drew feels very fortunate to have worked with this theater company for its first two years. Prior to hopping on board, he graduated from Manhasset High School (in Long Island) in 1995, received a B.A. in Communication from Boston College in 1999, graduated from The Actor's Institute in Manhattan in 2002, performed in various short films and a very entertaining NY Dinner Theater show (called "The Soapranos") for three years, and worked for HBO for 6 years. In February 2006, he picked up and relocated to Sydney, Australia where he lived for just over a year, and after fully embracing this dream, it came time for him to leave the amazing life that he created for himself in that corner of the world; he returned to the fabulous NYC in March 2007 where he is currently reuniting with friends and family, experiencing new adventures, and enjoying each new day that his life has to offer! COMPANY LIST
Daniel del Olmo (Cast Member: 2008 - 2011) Daniel has traveled the world for a living visiting over 75 countries for the past twelve years, and has volunteered with children in local communities in Costa Rica and the Philippines. Daniel was born and raised in Belgium, where he played a Circus Director in a children's musical at the age of ten. Since then, he moved to the US with a brief stop in Spain, and has called New York his home for the past six years. COMPANY LIST
Diane Parker (Cast Member: 2007, 2011) Diane is an award winning poet, actress and singer. She has performed on the stages of the Bitter End, the Knitting Factory, Arlene Grocery, the Cotton Club and Nuyorican Poets Cafe. Diane has toured nationally with Metro Theater Company and the MUNY Theater Co. based in St. Louis, Missouri. She recently performed in a Christian musical drama "You're Not The Only One" produced by APOC Productions in New Jersey. Diane was the lead actress and toured earlier this year with New York's Wideman/Davis Dance Company's production of "The Bends of Life." She also performs an original one-woman show based on the life of civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer and is a vocalist with the inspirational hip hop group, TWO-G. and the Leaders of the Resistance. Diane has a bachelor's degree in mass communications, a master's degree in human resource management and works for an international media company. She is pleased to join the cast as Elodea and hopes to cast a magical spell on each of you. COMPANY LIST
Christine Pineiro (Cast Member: 2006 - 2010) Christine graduated from LeMoyne College with a BA in Theatre Arts. LeMoyne productions include: El Censo, Smash, Marisol, and Dancing at Lughnasa. Christine has appeared in Gifford Family Theatre's production of Fever 1793. Christine presently performs at the People’s Improv Theater. COMPANY LIST
Keith Powell (Cast Member: 2006 - 20010) Keith currently works as a Quality Assurance Engineer and has no former acting experience. He has also done stints as a DJ and bass player in a band with fellow cast member, Richard Casamento. COMPANY LIST
Dusty Ray (Lighting Director, Cast Member: 2007) Dusty graduated from Florida State University with a BFA in Theatrical Design. Since moving to NYC in the Summer of '94, Has been working as a Designer and Technician. Thanks to GOD for inspiration, and his family for faith. Credits Include: Acting: Lead roles in: Deathtrap, Biloxi Blues, Bus Stop, Lunch Hour, Taming of the Shrew, HMS Pinafore, The Boar. Lighting: Nominated for a New York Innovative Thatre Award Broadway: Moving Light Designer & Programmer: Funny Thing... Forum and The Tempest. Off-Broadway: Never Tell, 7 One Acts, Public Theatre. Associate Designer: Amazing Grace, Blue Light Theatre Company. Regional: Forever Plaid, Our Time, NYU; Alone Together, Tallahassee Little Theatre. Associate Designer: Medea, Alliance Theatre; Singing In The Rain, National Tour; Pajama Game, Goodspeed; 42nd Street, Tommy, North Shore Music Theatre; Ballad of Baby Doe, Boston Lyric Opera; Jesus Christ Superstar, NYU. International: Associate Light Designer: Kiss Of The Spiderwoman, Mexico. COMPANY LIST
Devon Riley (Cast Member: 2008, 2009, 2010) Devon is a very funny guy and a talented actor and musician who didn't provide a bio. He makes us laugh. COMPANY LIST
Letha Rose (Cast Member: 2004) Letha is an actor, singer/songwriter from Washington, D.C. While studying in Baltimore, she became heavily involved in theater. Soon after graduating, she booked her first professional gig at the Shakespeare Theater in Washington D.C. as both actor and vocalist. Since then, she has worked on (and in) independent (and dependent) film, TV and stage in the US and abroad. As a singer/songwriter, she has been featured on PBS and has just released her debut album. COMPANY LIST
Zoey Russo (Crew Member: 2009-2011) COMPANY LIST
Richard Saltzman (Cast Member: 2005 - 2008) After 32 years as a pilot for a major airline, he's found a new niche. After working in a few Indie Films and background in "War of the Worlds" and "The Producers", he finally got to sing and dance in 1776 in the role of Judge James Wilson at the Fraunces Tavern Dinner Theater. COMPANY LIST
Alan Sanders (Cast Member: 2004 - 2011) Alan Sanders, in addition to appearing in Pantomonium's productions, has also appeared in The Honeymoaners (as Ed Norton in a spoof of the original Honeymooners) with New York Dinner Theater; Aladdin and the Magic Lamp (The Grove Street Playhouse); and A Midsummer Night's Dream (Witches' Brew Theatre Group). He has performed for an undisclosed number of years as a drummer with White Collar Crime, a rock and roll band of vague renown, at various New York venues such as The Bitter End, The Lone Star Roadhouse, The Knitting Factory, Kenny's Castaways and Arlene Grocery. The band has released three cd's of original music. COMPANY LIST
Sunita Saroop (Stage Manager: 2006) COMPANY LIST
Miguel Suero (Lighting Tech, Cast Member: 2005, 2006) Miguel's past children's musical appearance was for Hunter College's production of "Daddy was a Leprachaun." He appeared as Foist in Jack and the Beanstalk in 2005 and assisted with lighting on Cinderella in 2006. He is currently working on a BA in Theatre and Film at Hunter College. COMPANY LIST
Brian Wecht (Writer, Lyricist: 2010 – 2011) When not writing for Pantomonium, Brian works as a theoretical particle physicist at Harvard University. He is also half of the musical sketch duo Ninja Sex Party, ( where he dresses up as a ninja, remains silent and plays the piano while his partner dances around in a unitard and sings. Additionally, Brian is a storyteller and the co-host of New York’s only science- themed storytelling show, The Story Collider ( In his spare time, he does research on how to make baby animals cuter. COMPANY LIST
Rachel Wecht (Writer, Lyricist, Cast Member: 2010 - 2011) Rachel is a writer, actor and improvisor currently living in New York City.  She has performed sketch and Improv comedy with the Brave New Workshop, Improv Asylum, Improv Boston, Second City, and The Peoples Improv Theater. COMPANY LIST
Angela Workman (Cast Member: 2006) Angie has been on stages all over the world. She toured with the Genius of Soul Ray Charles as a Raelette. She's performed with Eminem, Prince, Stevie Wonder, Michael McDonald, Kelly Clarkson, Chico DeBarge Patti LaBelle and others. She's finished her new CD entitled MoonFlower, produced by Spyro Gyra famed keyboardist Tom Schuman, available now. COMPANY LIST