Pride and Prejudice Cast and Creatives



​Monique Hafen Adams
Samantha Ayoob
Seton Chiang
Lucinda Hitchcock Cone
Taylor Crousore
Sean Fenton
Brian Herndon
Tara Kostmayer
Travis Leland
Dani Marcus
Mary Mattison
Justin Mortelliti
Heather Orth
Sharon Rietkerk
Michelle Skinner
Heather Mae Steffen
Chanel Tilghman
Christopher Vettel
Melissa Wolfklain
Paul Gordon
Robert Kelley
Brenden Aanes
Fumiko Bielefeldt
Amy Smith Goodman
Pamila Z. Gray
Kimberly Mohne Hill
Brandon Jackson
Conor Keelan
Randall K. Lum
William Liberatore
Jeffrey Lo
Joe Ragey
Dottie Lester White
Emily Anderson Wolf
Phil Santora



MONIQUE HAFEN ADAMS (Miss Caroline Bingley) is thrilled to make her TheatreWorks main-stage debut! She was last seen at TW in the 2017 and 2018 New Works Festivals. Other Bay Area credits include American Conservatory Theater (Top Girls, A Walk on the Moon); SF Playhouse (Harper Regan, My Fair Lady, Camelot, Company, Into the Woods, City of Angels, She Loves Me, Noises Off); San Jose Stage Co. (Sweeney Todd, The Threepenny Opera, Avenue Q); Center REP (The Liar, The Storytelling Ability of a Boy); and San Jose Rep (Spring Awakening), among others. She is a humble recipient of a TBA Award and several Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Awards, and is a graduate of Santa Clara University’s Theatre Department.


SAMANTHA AYOOB (Lady’s Maid) is performing in her first production with TheatreWorks. She has performed locally with Hillbarn Theatre, Broadway by the Bay, Woodside Community Theatre, and North Star Academy. Some past shows include Beauty and the Beast (Belle), Aladdin (Jasmine), Into the Woods
(Cinderella), Urinetown (Hope), and Mamma Mia! (Lisa). 


SETON CHIANG (Footman) is honored to be making his TheatreWorks debut with this powerfully talented cast. Recent credits include Urinetown (Sunnyvale Community Players), The White Snake (Silicon Valley Shakespeare) and The Grapes of Wrath (Los Altos Stage Co.). Mr. Chiang earned his BA from UC Irvine and has taught English in South Korea for four years. 


De Bourgh/Mrs. Gardiner) appeared at TheatreWorks in Tuck Everlasting, Outside Mullingar, Big River, Clean House, Ragtime, and Cabaret. She appeared in the National Tour of Big River, and played Linda Loman in Death of a Salesman at San Jose Stage Co. Other regional credits: Hartford Stage, Arizona Theatre Co., Indiana Rep, Portland Stage, Syracuse Stage, Geva Theatre Center, St. Louis Rep, Folger Theatre, American Conservatory Theater, Berkeley Rep, San Jose Rep, Sacramento Music Circus, Capital Stage, B Street Theatre, Aurora Theatre, Marin Theatre Co., American Musical Theater of San Jose, 42nd Street Moon, Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts, and Coconut Grove Playhouse, among others. She has four Bay Area Critics Circle Awards and a Drama-Logue Award. She studied mime in Paris with Étienne Decroux.


TAYLOR CROUSORE (Mr. Wickham) is making his TheatreWorks debut in Pride and Prejudice. He recently appeared Off-Broadway playing himself (Taylor) in the new musical comedy A Musical About Star Wars, for which he co-wrote the book. Other Off-Broadway credits include NEWSical The Musical, Forbidden Broadway, and the revival of When Pigs Fly. Regional credits include North Shore Music Theatre–Beauty and the Beast (Gaston); Rocky Mountain Rep–Peter Pan (Captain Hook); and Indiana Festival Theatre–The Music Man (Harold Hill). He was awarded National Best Comedy at the CMF Film Festival for the comedy short, SheetWOW, which he wrote and starred in, and which was screened at the Cannes Film Festival. He earned his BFA from Indiana University.


SEAN FENTON (Captain Denny/Colonel Fitzwilliam) has performed with TheatreWorks in The Four Immigrants: An American Musical Manga (Fred), The Bridges of Madison County (Paulo), and A Little Night Music. Other credits include: Fiorello! (Neil) at 42nd Street Moon; Two Mile Hollow (Christopher) at Ferocious Lotus Theatre Co.; James and the Giant Peach (Ladahlord) for Bay Area Children’s Theatre and Shanghai Children’s Art Theatre; M. Butterfly
(Song Liling) for Custom Made Theatre Co. and Nevada Theatre; You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Linus) for Willows Theatre Co.; and Where the Mountain Meets the Moon (Old Man of the Moon) for Bay Area Children’s Theatre, for which he won a Theatre Bay Area Award. Mr. Fenton earned his BA from Stanford University.


BRIAN HERNDON (Mr. Collins/Mr. Gardiner) joyously returns to TheatreWorks for his third Paul Gordon World Premiere, having originated roles in Emma and Being Earnest. Other productions at TW include Rags,
The Elephant Man, A Little Princess,
and many New Works Festival appear-ances. Mr. Herndon has also performed recently in Oslo at Marin Theatre Co., Waiting for Godot at Pacific Rep, and Eurydice and Cabaret at City Lights Theater Co. He holds an MFA from the Alabama Shakespeare Festival and runs marathons when he has time to train.


TARA KOSTMAYER (Lydia Bennet) is thrilled to be making her TheatreWorks debut! Off-Broadway: A Chorus Line (Diana) at New York City Center Encores! Regional credits include: In the Heights (Vanessa) at Park Playhouse, Disney Cruise Line, Ojo (Fakira) at La Jolla Playhouse’s WOW Festival, and West Side Story (Rosalia/Anita u/s) at Lamb’s Players Theatre. Proud UCSD graduate. She’d like to thank God, her family, the girls, FSE, DCL, Muir Musical and Leo.


TRAVIS LELAND (Mr. Bingley) was last seen at TheatreWorks as Miles Tuck in Tuck Everlasting, and prior to that appeared in The Prince of Egypt, Rags, and Emma as Frank Churchill. Other credits include: Merrily We Roll Along (Wallis Annenberg Center, dir. Michael Arden); The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Capital City Theatre, Madison, WI); Frozen: Live at the Hyperion (Disney’s California Adventure); The Secret Garden (3-D Theatricals); Beast on the Moon and Forever Plaid, (both at International City Theatre); Joe Hardy in Damn Yankees (Cabrillo Music Theatre); Nightmare Alley (Geffen Playhouse); and Jamie in The Last Five Years at After Hours Theatre Co. He is also a writer, and his film Bury Me in Armor recently wrapped filming in Richmond, VA. Graduate of UCLA and AMDA. IG: @tleland20,


DANI MARCUS (Charlotte Lucas) is delighted to return to TheatreWorks where she originated the role of Harriet Smith in the World Premiere production of Paul Gordon’s Emma. She played Miss Barley in the First National Tour of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, and she has performed Off-Broadway with The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene in several shows including the Drama Desk-nominated AmerikeThe Golden Land and The Pirates of Penzance. Beloved regional credits include Indecent (Chana) at Palm Beach Dramaworks, Lucky Stiff (Annabel) with Center REP, and Beach Blanket Babylon (Snow White). Ms. Marcus reprised her role as Harriet in the film, Emma–The Musical which can be found at For media, production photos, and fun facts, please visit


MARY MATTISON (Elizabeth Bennet) is thrilled to be making her TheatreWorks debut! She was most recently seen at Casa Mañana in Grease (Sandy) and has made several appearances at North Carolina Theatre including Mamma Mia! (Sophie) and Gypsy (Louise). TV credits include Blue Bloods and upcoming web series, Side Work. Ms. Mattison graduated from University of North Carolina School of the Arts with a BFA in acting.


JUSTIN MORTELLITI (Mr. Darcy) Broadway: Escape to Margaritaville (Original Cast). Off-Broadway: Clueless, The Musical (Christian); The Columbine Project (Dylan Klebold). Las Vegas: Rock of Ages (Drew, Original Vegas Cast). Regional: Escape to Margaritaville (La Jolla Playhouse), For the Record: Scorsese–American Crime Requiem (Wallis Annenberg Center), Oswald (The Firehouse Theatre), Rent (The California Theatre), For the Record: Boogie Nights (Rockwell), The Bedroom Window (Odyssey Theatre Ensemble), Happy Days (Falcon Theatre), Expecting to Fly (Elephant Theatre). TV/Film: Manhunt: Lone Wolf; Turn: Washington’s Spies (recurring); Orange is the New Black; Numb3rs; Victorious; The Collection; Dog Tags. He received his BFA in acting from Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts and the London Academy of Theater. His original music is available on iTunes. @justmort


HEATHER ORTH (Mrs. Bennet) is positively chuffed to be making her TheatreWorks mainstage debut, after having originated this role in the 2018 New Works Festival. A Bay Area native, she has been seen at 42nd Street Moon in The Secret Garden (Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award) and The Boys From Syracuse (Theatre Bay Area Award), Hillbarn Theatre in Sweeney Todd (TBA Award) and Noises Off, Berkeley Playhouse in Sister Act (TBA Award), Custom Made Theatre in Passion and Grey Gardens (BATCC Award), Ray of Light Theatre in Carrie and Jesus Christ Superstar (BATCC Award), and Broadway by the Bay in Cats and Gypsy. Find her on social media: @missheatherorth


SHARON RIETKERK (Jane Bennet) was last seen at TheatreWorks in Emma (Theater Bay Area Award nom.),
Marry Me a Little (TBA Award Winner), Cyrano, Little Women, The Secret Garden, and Triangle (TheatreWorks, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma). Other regional credits: Sense and Sensibility (Chicago Shakespeare Theater, The Old Globe San Diego); A Minister’s Wife (San Jose Rep); How the Other Half Loves, The Illusion (North Coast Rep); The Secret Garden (42nd Street Moon); Communicating Doors, The Liar, Born Yesterday (TBA Award Winner) (Center REP); Mary Stuart, On the 20th Century (Davis Shakespeare Festival); Marian in The Music Man (South Coast Symphony), and in concert with San Francisco Symphony and South Coast Symphony.


MICHELLE SKINNER (Lady’s Maid) is excited to be back with TheatreWorks, having understudied in
Tuck Everlasting last Christmas. She performs locally around the Bay Area, most recently seen as Margo in Bright Star (Palo Alto Players). Other credits: Carrie: The Musical and The Liar (Western Stage), Noises Off (Hillbarn Theatre), One Man, Two Guvnors (Palo Alto Players), The 1940’s Radio Hour (Los Altos Stage Co.).


HEATHER MAE STEFFEN (Lady’s Maid) is performing with TheatreWorks for the first time. She was last seen with 3Below Theaters in NINE The Musical (Lina Darling), and Smokey Joe’s Café (DeLee) at West Valley Light Opera. She is performing next in Evil Dead The Musical: The HD National Tour (Cheryl). Ms. Steffen stud-ied Theater Arts at Foothill College. 


CHANEL TILGHMAN (Kitty Bennet) is elated to be making her TheatreWorks debut. Recent Bay Area credits include Mamma Mia! (Sophie), Dreamgirls (Michelle), and Ragtime (Ensemble) with Berkeley Playhouse; Hairspray (Dynamite/Detention Kid) with Bay Area Musicals; and Matilda (Acrobat/ Ensemble) with Contra Costa Musical Theatre, as well as additional appearances with Contra Costa Civic Theatre, Pacific Coast Rep, Altarena Playhouse, Woodminster Summer Musicals, and Plethos Produc-tions. A Bay Area native, she received a BA in Communication and minors in Theatre and Music Industry from the University of Southern California, and is currently an educator at Bay Area Children’s Theatre.


CHRISTOPHER VETTEL (Mr. Bennet) is happy to be back at TheatreWorks where he appeared as Prof. Bhaer in Little Women and in New Works Festival readings of The Disappearing Man and Mrs. Hughes. Broadway/National Tours: Annie–30th Anniversary Tour (Bert Healy), Sunset Boulevard–2nd National Tour (Cliff, Joe u/s). Bay Area credits: A Minister’s Wife at San Jose Rep (Morell–BATCC nom.), Sweeney Todd at San Jose Stage Co.(Judge Turpin), Man of La Mancha at Sacramento Theatre Co. (Cervantes/Quixote). For more info visit or Chris Vettel Actor-Singer on Facebook.


MELISSA WOLFKLAIN (Mary Bennet) is so excited to be returning to this fabulous production after originating Mary Bennet in TheatreWorks’ New Works Festival. She was last seen on TW’s mainstage in Tinyard Hill for which she was nominated for a Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award. She appeared in the National Tours of 42nd Street and White Christmas, both choreographed by Randy Skinner. Some favorites: Dames at Sea (Joan–Theatre Bay Area Award), Cabaret (Sally Bowles), Funny Girl(Fanny Brice), Shrek (Fiona), Peter Pan (Peter Pan), and Singin’ in the Rain (Kathy Selden–BATCC Award). Up next: Phoebe in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder at 42nd Street Moon. @melissawolfklain Thanks Mom, Dad, sibs and Shaun for your continuing love and support!


PAUL GORDON (Book, Music, and Lyrics) was nominated for a 2001 Tony Award for music and lyrics to Jane Eyre (TW West Coast Premiere 2003). He has developed and premiered multiple shows at TW including Emma (2007 BATCC Award, TW productions in 2007 and 2015), Daddy Long Legs (2009 Ovation Award winner, TW productions in 2010 and 2016), and Being Earnest (TW 2013). He won the 2015 Jeff Award for Best New Work for his book, music, and lyrics for Sense and Sensibility, commissioned by Chicago Shakespeare Theater. His works have been performed all over the country and internationally. Other works include Knight’s Tale, Analog and Vinyl, Little Miss Scrooge, No One Called Ahead, The Front, Juliet and Romeo, Sleepy Hollow, The Circle, and The Sportswriter.


ROBERT KELLEY (Artistic Director) is a Bay Area native and Stanford University graduate. He founded TheatreWorks in 1970 and has directed over 175 TheatreWorks productions, including many world and regional premieres. He has received a 2019 Theatre Bay Area Legacy Award; Avenidas Lifetimes of Achievement Award; the Silicon Valley Arts Council’s Legacy Laureate Award; the Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Paine Knicker-bocker Award; and Jerry Friedman Award for Lifetime Achievement; BATCC Awards for Outstanding Direction for The Hound of the Baskervilles; Into the Woods; Pacific Overtures; Rags; Sweeney Todd; Another Midsummer Night; Sunday in the Park with George; Jane Eyre; and Caroline, or Change; and the Theatre Bay Area Award for Outstanding Direction of a Musical for Daddy Long Legs. He recently directed Marie and Rosetta, Tuck Everlasting, Fun Home, and The Bridges of Madison County.


BRENDAN AANES (Sound Designer) Previously at TheatreWorks: Triangle (TBA Award for Outstanding Sound Design), The Velocity of Autumn, The Country House, and The Lake Effect. Regional: Everybody at Shakespeare Theatre Co. DC, Unreliable at Kansas City Rep, The Good Person of Szechwan and War of the Roses at California Shakespeare Theater, Seascape, Heisenberg, The Hard Problem, and The Unfortunates at American Conservatory Theater. Off-Broadway: Fire in Dreamland at The Public Theater (sound design and original music), Balls with One Year Lease (Drama Desk nom.), Catch as Catch Can (Page 73), You Never Touched The Dirt (Clubbed Thumb), The Enigmatist (Highline Hotel), Wild Abandon (Irish Rep), Zurich (Colt Coeur), my lingerie play (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater). Other: Beep Boop at the Edinburgh Fringe and international tour.


FUMIKO BIELEFELDT (Costume Designer) has designed over 60 productions (garnering over 25 awards) for TheatreWorks—including Archduke,
Tuck Everlasting, The Bridges of Madison County, Rags, Daddy Long Legs, Cyrano, Fallen Angels, Sweeney Todd, Silent Sky, Little Women, 33 Variations, Sense and Sensibility, The Light in the Piazza, Caroline, or ChangeM. Butterfly, and Emma, among others. She has designed extensively through-out the Bay Area and regionally. She holds a BA in Economics from Waseda University (Tokyo) and studied costume design at Stanford. Design awards include: 2004 Barbara Bladen Porter Special Award, Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Awards, Dean Goodman Choice Awards, and Back Stage West Garland Award.


AMY SMITH GOODMAN (Assistant Stage Manager) is happy to be back at TheatreWorks after working on Native Gardens and Fun Home. Credits include: Head Over Heels at the Curran, the Off-Broadway productions of The Whirligig and Mercury Fur at The New Group, workshop of War Paint with Patti LuPone, Discover: New Musicals at The National Asian Artists Project and the first college production of A Chorus Line directed by Baayork Lee at The Schimmel Center. Ms. Smith Goodman is an alumnus of Pace University School of Performing Arts where she received her BA in Stage Management.


 PAMILA Z. GRAY (Lighting Designer) designed TheatreWorks’ Tuck Everlasting. Previous designs for TheatreWorks includes Bridges of Madison County, Confederates, Cyrano, Once on This Island, Sense and Sensibility, The Light in the Piazza, Tinyard Hill, Baby Taj, My Ántonia, Kept, and A Civil War Christmas. Her work on Bingo! The Winning Musical was seen in Chicago, Ft. Lauderdale, and the Bay Area’s Center REP. Her designs have also been seen in Los Angeles, Portland, Sacramento, Houston, Dallas, and Washington, DC. She has won 7 Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Awards including her TheatreWorks designs for Grey Gardens, Floyd Collins, Cabaret, and Almost September, which also garnered a Bay Area Drama-Logue Award. She has won four Dean Goodman Awards, including Ragtime and The Cripple of Inishmaan at TheatreWorks. Ms. Gray is a graduate of Northwestern University. 


KIMBERLY MOHNE HILL (Dialect Coach) has served as Dialect Coach for over 20 years at TheatreWorks, working on such shows as Around the World in 80 Days, Rags, Constellations, Triangle, Sweeney Todd, Water by the Spoonful, 33 Variations, The Pitmen Painters, Snow Falling on Cedars, The North Pool, Doubt, Theophilus North, Arcadia, Jane Eyre, Baby Taj, and Anna in the Tropics. An Associate Professor in Acting at Santa Clara University, she continues to direct and coach throughout the Bay Area. Most recently, she directed The Wolves at City Lights in San Jose. She has published three books with Smith & Kraus: Great Scenes in Dialect for Young Actors and Monologues in Dialect for Young Actors, Volumes I and II.


BRANDON JACKSON (Associate Director) has previously served as Associate Director for Marie and Rosetta and Once on This Island for TheatreWorks. He also was Assistant Director for the company’s production of The Mountain-top. Recent Bay Area directing credits include directing Smokey Joe’s Cafe and Cabaret at Broadway by the Bay; The Columnist at Dragon Productions Theatre Co.; and The Color Purple, A Raisin in the Sun, and Fabulation at Stanford University. Notable acting credits include starring in Dragon Theatre’s production of Take Me Out (Darren) and Pear Theatre’s production of Superior Donuts (Franco). Mr. Jackson holds a BA in Drama, with honors, and Political Science from Stanford University.


CONOR KEELAN (Music Supervisor/Orchestrations & Arrangements) is an award-winning orchestrator, arranger, music director, and guitarist. His arrangements have been sung by Jon Batiste, Jessie Mueller, Alice Ripley, and Patti LaBelle, among others. Select credits include: (Broadway) A Bronx Tale, (Off-Broadway) The Pout-Pout Fish, Merrily We Roll Along, Painted
Alice, and The Lilliput Troupe as well as Paul Gordon’s A Knight’s Tale in Tokyo, several world premieres in Chicago including October Sky at The Marriott Theatre and the upcoming Encore! on Disney+. He is a proud alumnus of the Bienen School of Music at Northwestern University. Mr. Keelan is also a producer for rock and folk bands as well as the orchestrator for the American Pops Orchestra.


RANDALL K. LUM (Stage Manager) has stage managed TheatreWorks’ The 39 Steps, Archduke, Fun Home, Hold These Truths, New Works Festival 2018,
Finks, Skeleton Crew, Around the World in 80 Days, The Prince of Egypt, Constellations, Rags, Outside Mullingar, Confederates, The Velocity of Autumn, Jane Austen’s EMMA, The Country House, Fallen Angels, The Lake Effect, Peter and the Starcatcher, Time Stands Still, Other Desert Cities, Once on This Island, and Little Women. Other credits include Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Denver Center Theatre Co., La Jolla Playhouse, Center Theatre Group, The Old Globe, American Conservatory Theater, Berkeley Rep, California Shakespeare Theater, Seattle Rep, Laguna Playhouse, Pasadena Playhouse, and 18 seasons and over 90 productions as Resident Stage Manager at South Coast Rep.


WILLIAM LIBERATORE (Musical Director) is TheatreWorks’ Resident Musical Director and has conducted over 40 shows, including Marie and Rosetta, Tuck Everlasting, Fun Home, The Prince of Egypt, Rags, Sweeney Todd, Once on This Island (2014 TBA Award), Little Women, Crowns, Ragtime, and Pacific Overtures. He was Musical Director at American Musical Theatre of San Jose, conducting over 30 shows including
Flower Drum Song, Gypsy, A Chorus Line, 42nd Street, Follies, and Children of Eden. He has won Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Awards for A Little Night Music, South Pacific, Damn Yankees (AMTSJ), and Bat Boy: The Musical; Into the Woods; Emma; Caroline, or Change; The Light in the Piazza, The Four Immigrants; and The Bridges of Madison County (TheatreWorks). He is also the director of the award-winning Gunn High School Choirs.


JEFFREY LO (Casting Director) directed TheatreWorks’ productions of The Language Archive and The Santaland Diaries. A Filipino-American director and playwright, his additional directing credits include Vietgone at Capital Stage, Between Riverside and Crazy at San Jose Stage Co., and Noises Off and Peter and the Starcatcher at Hillbarn Theatre. He is the recipient of the Leigh Weimers Emerging Artist Award, the Arts Council Silicon Valley Emerging Artist Laureate, and Theatre Bay Area Director’s TITAN Award. In addition to his work on stage, Mr. Lo does work nationally promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion in the arts. He is a graduate of the Multi-cultural Arts Leadership Institute and a proud alumnus of the UC Irvine Drama Department.


JOE RAGEY (Scenic Designer) has designed over 60 shows since 1985. His favorite TheatreWorks designs include Around The World in 80 Days, Peter and the Starcatcher, Daddy Long Legs, Little Women, Big River, Sense and Sensibility, The 39 Steps, A Christmas Memory, Merrily We Roll Along, Baby Taj, My Ántonia, Jane Eyre, Peter Pan, Triumph of Love, You Can’t Take It With You, Equus, Conversations With My Father, Nagasaki Dust, Honor Song for Crazy Horse, La Bete, and Pacific Overtures. Joe received over a dozen Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Awards, LA Drama-Logue Awards and Dean Goodman Choice Awards for his TheatreWorks stage designs.


DOTTIE LESTER WHITE (Choreographer) choreographed TheatreWorks’ Fun Home, The Four Immigrants, Rags, Peter and the Starcatcher, Marry Me a Little, Finks, and The Bridges of Madison County. She choreographed The Music Man in Concert for Showtune Productions in Arizona. She performed on Broadway in Katharine Hepburn’s Coco; Ruby Keeler’s No, No, Nanette; and New York City Center’s production of Carnival. National Tours include Hello Dolly; Cabaret; and No, No, Nanette. Ms. Lester White choreographed for American Musical Theatre of San Jose (Singin’ in the Rain, The Sound of Music, Phantom of the Opera, Fiddler on the Roof, Children of Eden, and The Three Musketeers); San Jose Stage Co. (Ug The Musical, Urinetown, Beehive, Altar Boyz, The Great American Trailer Park Musical); and PEG Productions (South
Pacific, Showboat, The Will Rogers Follies, Funny Girl, Hello Dolly, Miss Saigon, My Fair Lady, Oliver!, A
Christmas Carol, and Guys and Dolls).


EMILY ANDERSON WOLF (Assistant Stage Manager) has been the Assistant Stage Manager for TheatreWorks’ Archduke, Frost/Nixon, Fun HomeFinks, The Prince of Egypt, Rags, Crimes of the Heart, Jane Austen’s EMMA, Triangle, Fire on the Mountain, Peter and the Starcatcher, Sweeney Todd, The Hound of the Baskervilles, Little Women, and Other Desert Cities. She was also the Assistant Stage Manager for threesixty Entertainment’s First National Tour of Peter Pan; Journey to the West at the New York Musical Theatre Festival; and with American Musical Theatre of San Jose. Ms. Wolf also works as a stagehand throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and is a proud member of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees. She holds a BA in Theatre, Cum Laude from Mount Holyoke College.



PHIL SANTORA (Executive Director) joined TheatreWorks in 2007. He has served as Managing Director of Northlight Theatre (Chicago) and Georgia Shakespeare Festival (Atlanta), as well as Development Director for Great Lakes Theater Festival (Cleveland) and George Street Playhouse (New Brunswick). He holds an MFA in Theatre Administration from the Yale School of Drama and a BA in Drama from Duke University. He has served as Vice President of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre Board. Prior board service also includes the League of Chicago Theatres, Atlanta Coalition of Theatres, and the executive committee of the League of Resident Theatres (LORT). He was named 2000’s Best Arts Administrator by Atlanta Magazine and received the Atlanta Arts and Business Council’s 1998 ABBY Award for Arts Administrator.