Steve DIllon is an Actor, Director, and Producer currently living in Oneonta with his wife and three children. A veteran of the stage in the region, some of Steve’s standout performances include Lead roles in Last of the Red Hot Lovers (Barney Cashman) Driving Miss Daisy (Boolie), and Never Too Late ( Harry Lambert). Between 2012 and 2015, Steve appeared in the acclaimed Glimmer Globe Theatre production of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged). Projects as a director include Always Patsy Cline, Frankenstein, The Odd Couple, and Laundry and Bourbon. Steve was the Host of the long running radio show “Art Ala Carte” from 2008 to 2017. In 2016, Steve debuted his own production company, “Bigger Boat Productions,” with the acclaimed production The Elephant Man, which he produced and starred in as John Merrick. Most recently Steve produced and appeared in Don't Drink the Water ( Walter Hollender), and Of Mice and Men ( George Milton). Steve is thrilled to be a working with Bold Theatrics on such an important and powerful piece of Theatre.
Sean Sansevere: College acting highlights include Horst ( Bent ), Princeton ( Avenue Q ), B2 B1 Michael ( A Number ). Community Theatre acting highlights include: Doody ( Grease! ), Scarecrow ( The Wizard of Oz ) , and Burt Healy ( Annie ). All community theater credits were done with Orpheus Theatre. He has a BA in Theatre, as well as a BA in Business administration. As a resident townie involved in the arts he grew up doing theatre workshops with Orpheus Theatre, works full time as the Asst. Box Office Manager at The Glimmerglass Festival, and is on the board of trustees of Orpheus Theatre.
Casey Thomas is thrilled to join Bold Theatrics’ production of A n g e l s i n A m e r i c a . Credits include Paul Kelly in Heathers the Musical, Oliver “Daddy” Warbucks in Annie, Matt in The Fantasticks , Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz, Dr. Madden/Dr. Fine in Next to Normal, Cinderella's Prince in Into the Woods, Berger in Hair: The American Tribal, Love - Rock Musical, Lord Farquaad in Shrek: The Musical, Skimbleshanks in Cats, Brad Majors in T h e R o c k y H o r r o r Show, and Warner Huntington III in Legally Blonde. In addition to Bold Theatrics, Casey has appeared with Bigger Boat Productions, Catskill Community Players, Orpheus Theatre, Stuff of Dreams Productions, and Tri-Town Theatre. He was also a member of The Colgate Thirteen, one of the oldest and renowned collegiate a cappella groups in the country, and currently sings with Eight is Eneuf (aka Enough Already!), a local a cappella group. Casey lives in Oneonta.
Brooke Tallman-Birkett is honored to be working with the cast and crew of Angels In America, and is excited to be making her stage debut with Bold Theatrics! Acting credits include: Annie (Miss Hannigan), The Rocky Horror Show (Janet Weiss), Gypsy (Louise), Grease! (Rizzo), The Wizard of Oz (The Wicked Witch of the West), Into The Woods (The Baker’s Wife), Hair: The American Tribal Love - Rock Musical (Jeannie), Steel Magnolias (Annelle), Shrek The Musical (Gingy), Cats (Jennyanydots), The Laramie Project , Legally Blonde the Musical (Enid Hoopes), and Company (Jenny). In addition to her time on stage, she has previously taken on the roles of producer, director, costumer, stage manager, hair/make-up, prop master, and choreographer. Credits include: Heathers The Musical (Producer/Stage Manager/Hair/Costumes), Jesus Christ Superstar (Director), The Vagina Monologues (Director/Producer), 13 The Musical (Stage Manager), Into The Woods JR (Director), and The Starstruck Players (Director). Brooke is extremely grateful for the support that Bold Theatrics has received.
Andrew Mundro is excited to return to the stage for Angels in America after a five-year break from theatre. Previous acting credits include The Wizard of Oz (Tin-Man); Heathers, The Little Match Girl Passions, Little Shop of Horrors, Hairspray, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Guys and Dolls, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and other productions (all Ensemble). An aspiring author with his own website while pursuing several projects at once; Andrew also works for The Otesaga Resort as a Server/Table Busser.
Carol Dean has been active in local community theatre for decades, playing a wide variety of comedic, dramatic and musical roles. She performed most recently in Bloody Murder, with the Catskill Community Players. Dr. Dean is a recently retired professor of foreign language education at SUNY Oneonta, and can frequently be found on an airplane on her way to a variety of international locations.
Carlos Silva is a recent graduate of Hartwick College and is now employed there as an Assistant Director of Admissions. Previous productions include Twelfth Night, Hair, Chicago,The Caucasian Chalk Circle, ACRE, The Cask of Amontillado, Save the Bees, Sex Ed., Wiley and the Hairy Man, Reverse Evolution, 24 Hour Play Festival, Monologue Festival, Oklahoma!, Music Man, The Sound of Music and Inherit the Wind; most of which were productions at Hartwick College. He has also interned at the Fenimore Art Museum as an Assistant Stage Manager for their Summer 2018 season that included Othello and The Importance of Being Earnest.