John Ahlin Ryan Barry Tom Beckett Steve Blanchard Rod Brogan Josh Clayton Noah E. Galvin Michael Gabriel Goodfriend Tom Hewitt Jonathan Judge-Russo Ken Schatz Rocco Sisto Lindsay Smiling Kenneth Tigar Philip Willingham B.H. Barry Vernon Morris Tony Straiges Stewart Wagner Luke Brown Gregory Meeh Jim Balzaretti Will Pickens Brad Lemons Cheryl Dennis The Irondale Center Terry Greiss Jim Neisen J.P. Elins Nancy Wernick Achilles Lavidis Dan Gallagher Jeff Benish Maui

John Ahlin (Billy Bones, Morgan)

John Ahlin

Broadway: Waiting for Godot, Journey's End (2007 Tony Award Best Revival), The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Voices in the Dark, One Mo' Time, Whoopee! and Macbeth. Off-Broadway; Orson Welles in Orson Shadow. Regional: Pittsburgh Public Theater, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Old Globe, Goodman Theatre, CenerStage Baltimore and the Goodspeed Opera House.

Tom Beckett (Blind Pew, Ben Gunn)

Tom Beckett

Broadway: Bobbi Boland, Epic Proportions, The Father. Off-Broadway: The Temperamentals, Communicating Doors, Travels With My Aunt (Outer Critics and Drama Desk Awards). A plethora of regional appearances, among them The Shakespeare Theatre, Arena Stage, Yale Rep, Long Wharf, and many returns to Westport Playhouse. Television: "John Adams," Mr. Foley in "Remember Wenn" for four years (SAG Award nomination), George Gershwin in "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles."

Steve Blanchard (Captain Smollett)

Steve Blanchard

Broadway: Beauty & the Beast, Camelot, The Three Musketeers, and A Christmas Carol. National Tours: Little House on the Prairie, Camelot, Phantom of the Opera, West Side Story, A Funny Thing…Forum, and Hans Christian Andersen. Off-Broadway: Johnny Guitar, Frankenstein, An Oak Tree and Moby Dick. Television: "Law & Order," "Ed," "Third Watch," "Police Story," "Sunset Beat," "The Guiding Light," "One Life to Live," "Another World," and "Rapmaster Ronnie" for HBO. Recordings include: Johnny Guitar, Sundown, Frankenstein, and his own debut CD Northbound Train.

Rod Brogan (Captain Flint, Israel Hands)

Rod Brogan

Broadway: Mauritius. National Tour: Doubt. Regional: Bard Summerscape, Syracuse Stage, Baltimore Center Stage, Old Globe Theatre, Film: The Winning Season, TV: "Major Dad" (series regular), "One Life To Live", "Law & Order", "Third Watch", "Oz", "GirlTalk". MFA, University of San Diego/Old Globe Theatre; Proud member of Actors' Equity.

Josh Clayton (Mr. Arrow, Tom)

Josh Clayton

Upcoming: Navy Pier with Inproximity Theatre. New York: Maiden's Prayer, Marko the Prince, Night. Regional: Grapes of Wrath (Ovation Award Nomination- Best Actor), Plainsong (Denver Center). Film/TV: "Law & Order: SVU," "Ghost Town," "Bang," "Gary." MFA: Rutgers University. For more information visit

Noah E. Galvin (Jim Hawkins)

Noah E. Galvin

Noah E. Galvin is a proud member of Equity and Treasure Island. His favorite credits include Our Town (Barrow Street Theater), The Burnt Part Boys (Playwrights Horizons, NYSF), Cirque Du Soleil's: Wintuk (WaMu Theater), and Ace: The Musical (St. Louis Rep., Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, and The Old Globe) for which he received a Kevin Klein Award, a Cincinnati Entertainment Award, and an Acclaim Award. Much love to his family, Stewart Talent and JBGST.

Michael Gabriel Goodfriend (Black Dog, George Merry)

Michael Gabriel Goodfriend

Irondale: London Cries, Hamlet, Wasted, Degenerate Art. New York: Peccadillo Theatre, Pearl Theatre, Lincoln Center Lab. Recent Regional Credits: CATF, Cincinnati Playhouse, St. Louis Rep, Woolly Mammoth. Recent Film & TV: First, "The Commission," "The Shrink Is In," "Monk." Radio: Producer/ Writer of Left Jab, Sirius XM. MFA: Yale

Tom Hewitt (Long John Silver)

Tom Hewitt

Broadway: Billy Flynn in Chicago, Dracula in Dracula; The Musical, Frank N Furter in The Rocky Horror Show (Tony, Drama Desk nominations), The Boys from Syracuse, Scar in The Lion King, The Sisters Rosenzweig. National tours: Urinetown, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Touring Broadway Award). Off Broadway: Jeffery, Beau Jest (Outer Critics nomination), Richard III, Othello. Recent Regional Credits: Private Lives and Travesties (Long Wharf, CT Critics Award), Captain Hook In Peter Pan with Cathy Rigby, Zhivago (LaJolla Playhouse). Film and TV: Law and Order, All My Children, Julie Taymors' Fools' Fire.

Ken Schatz (Musical Director, Chanteyman, Mrs. Hawkins, Redruth, Parrot)

Ken Schatz

Credits Include Finding Graceland with Harvey Keitel, Todd Haynes' award-winning Poison, the Obie-winning Crowbar and Bad Penny with En Garde Arts, King Lear at Classical Theatre of Harlem / Folger Shakespeare Theatre, The Libertine, A Prayer For Owen Meany, MTV's "Daria," "Sesame Street," and the Cartoon Network series "Sheep In The Big City." One of New York's leading acting coaches (Cop Land, The Grey Zone, There's Something About Mary), Ken teaches privately and at Circle in the Square Theatre School. As a singer of traditional / roots music, Ken performs regularly at folk music clubs, concerts, and festivals.

Rocco Sisto (Dr. Livesey)

Rocco Sisto

Broadway: To Be Of Not To Be, Amadeus, A Month In The Country, The Comedy Of Errors. Recent Off B-way: Measure For Measure,(TFANA). Films: Donnie Brasco, Frequency, Eraser, Illuminata, Carlito's Way, The American Astronaut. Television: "The Sopranos," "Law & Order," "Law & Order: C.I.," "C.S.I.," "Star Trek-T.N.G.," "Alias," "N.Y.P.D. Blue," Founding member Shakespeare & Co. Awards: OBIE, The Winter's Tale (Public Theatre) OBIE and Drama Desk nomination for Quills (N.Y.T.W.)also an Obie for sustained excellence.

Lindsay Smiling (Allerdyce, O'Brien)

Lindsay Smiling

Recent credits include: MacBeth (Wilma Theater), Charlotte's Web (Two River Theater), Blue Door (Victory Gardens Theater), Defiance (Bristol Riverside Theatre), His Daddy (New Federal Theatre), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare on the Sound), The Winter's Tale (Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey), Twelfth Night (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival. Mr. Smiling received his B.S from I.S.U. and a M.F.A from Temple University.

Kenneth Tigar (Squire Trelawney)

Kenneth Tigar

Kenneth Tigar's film and television credits span the distance from "Barney Miller" and the Lethal Weapon movies to "NCIS" and "Boardwalk Empire." He has performed extensively in regional theatres, in New York, and abroad. He has won a Los Angeles Drama Critics' Circle Award for his acting and is a noted director and translator.

Philip Willingham (Dirk)

Theatre: My Fair Lady, West Side Story, Edward Scissorhands. Feature film: Golden Bowl, Cargo, Not For Nothing. Currently working on feature films on both side of the Atlantic and shooting a web series called "The Third" in NY. Soon to be seen in Susan Seidelman's upcoming film I Want To Dance. More details at

B.H. Barry (Producer/Director/Fight Director)

B.H. Barry learned how to handle a sword under the tutelage of the great Paddy Crean (Errol Flynn's stunt double) and has taught around the world at places such as London Academy of Dramatic Art, The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Juilliard School, Yale, and NYU, as well as guest teaching at many universities around the country. B.H. is considered the world's leading Fight Director for the stage, during his career, he has done over 40 Broadway productions (including Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Ragtime, The Life, Crazy for You, An Inspector Calls, City of Angels, Moon Over Buffalo), nine feature films (including The Impostors, Glory, The Addams Family, Mulan), 84 Off-Broadway productions, 19 productions at the Metropolitan Opera, 32 regional productions, ballet, television (including "All My Children," "As the World Turns") and numerous productions around the globe, including The Royal Shakespeare Company and the BBC. Upcoming production include Vozzeck at the Metropolitan Opera, Macbeth for TFANA and the La Scalla production of Romeo and Juliet. He has been awarded a Drama Desk, an Obie Award for Sustained and Consistent Excellence in Stage Combat and was recently awarded Broadway's highest honor, a Tony Award for Excellence in Theatre.

Vernon Morris (Playwright & Collaborator)

Vernon Morris has had a varied career in theatre, film and television. He was in the original London production of Bye Bye Birdie with Chita Rivera and is a former member of the Royal Shakespeare Company in the West End. He has appeared in several major tours of Europe including Pygmalion, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Glass Menagerie, and The Twelfth Night. In this country he has played many regional theatres, performing everything from Shakespeare to English Panto, a phenomenon relatively unknown here in the States, but which is catching in fast, a musical mixture of fairy tale, mayhem, and ribald humor, told, in broad vaudeville style, saucy, but suitable for the whole family. His panto, Babes in the Wood received rave reviews in the New York Times. He recently directed his own production of Sherlock Holmes and the Vanishing Indian Princess in Alabama, No Sex Please, We're British, in Las Vegas and the Tail of the Three Little Pigs in Akron, Ohio. He has worked extensively with B.H. Barry in many productions over the years.

Tony Straiges (Scenic Designer)

Tony Straiges has designed for Broadway, Off-Broadway and regional theatres across the country. He has designed for the Joffre Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Pacific Northwest Ballet and the Royal Ballet of Sweden. His design sketches and models are included in the Tobin Collection at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, The Laurence and Lee Theatre Institute at Ohio State University, The Harvard Theatre Collection and The New York Public Library for the Performer Arts at Lincoln Center.

Stewart Wagner (Lighting Designer)

Credits include Stevie Wonder's Hotter Than July tour, 8 years with Penn and Teller and more off/ Off-Broadway shows than he can remember. In a parallel universe Stewart is a proud member of IATSE Local One and Head Electrician at Circle in the Square. He can't remember how many Broadway shows he's done either.

Luke Brown (Costume Designer)

Recent New York credits include User 927 (Reverie Productions/Here Arts Center), The Doctor And the Devils (winner: Best Costume Design, New York Fringe) and Gin & Jazz (Rag N'Bone Theater Co). Regional credits include Managing Maxine (Asolo Repertory Theater), Rough Crossing (Yale Repertory Theater), I Have Loved Strangers (Williamstown Theater Festival), Tom Jones (Theater at Monmouth) and The Gorilla Man (Boston Theatre Works). MFA, Yale School of Drama.

Dan Gallagher (Company Manager)

Broadway: Associate Producer – Chita Rivera: The Dancer's Life; Production Executive – La Cage Aux Folles (2004); Production Associate – Guys and Dolls (2009), Exit the King, Sweet Smell of Success and The Life; Production Assistant – The Norman Conquests, Boeing Boeing, The Seagull, and Rock 'N' Roll; Associate Press Representative – The Rocky Horror Show (2000). Concert: Producer – Faraway Bayou (American Cancer Society). Film: Production Executive on the Academy Award winning film "Chicago".

Gregory Meeh (Special Effects Design)

Gregory Meeh designs, builds and supplies special effects for theatre, opera, dance, events, television, film and print. Recent credits include Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown and Twelfth Night (Eddy Award) for Lincoln Center Theatre, Ka for Cirque Du Soleil. Broadway: Addams Family, Spamalot, Nine, Into The Woods, Aida, Twelfth Night at Lincoln Center (Eddy Award), Ragtime, An Inspector Calls (Drama Desk Award), Damn Yankees, Angels in America, Tommy, Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Lord of the Rings Toronto and London, and the television productions of "Fool's Fire" for American Playhouse, "Late Show," "SNL," and "One Life to Live."

Jim Balzaretti (Set Decorator/Properties Master)

Currently working on ABC Soap Opera, "One Life to Live" and served as set decorator and property master for "All My Children" for 30 years. Started career as shop carpenter at Lincoln Scenic Studios and constructed for shows "Sesame Street," "Electric Company," "As the World Turns," "The Adams' Chronicles" and other various network TV shows.

Will Pickens (Sound Designer)

Will Pickens has been fortunate to work with a great number of collaborators and is happy to add Scott Lehrer and B.H. Barry to that list. Recently he has worked on the Broadway productions That Championship Season (Jacobs Theatre), Importance of Being Earnest and Present Laughter (Roundabout Theatre). Off-Broadway on: I Never Sang for My Father, Heroes, and Beasley's Christmas Party (Keen Company), Through The Night (Union Square Theatre), That Hopey Changey Thing, Red and Brown Water, Brother Size, Marcus: or the Secret of Sweet, Why Torture is Wrong, and the People who Love Them, and Emergence-See (The Public Theatre), Burnt Part Boys (Playwrights Horizons), Something You Did (Primary Stages), The Overwhelming (Roundabout Theatre), Black Snow and Non-Play (The New Ensemble). Regional credits: Richard III, Comedy of Errors, Cymbeline, and MacBeth (Chicago Shakespeare Theater), St. Nicholas, Merton of the Movies, The Hollow, and Marry Me A Little (Dorset Theatre Festival), Antony and Cleopatra (Hartford Stage Company).

Brad Lemons (Assistant Fight Director)

Brad Lemons has worked with B.H. Barry for the past ten years on numerous productions including Chitty Chitty Bang Bang on Broadway. Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello and Evil Dead: The Musical Off -Broadway, and multiple operas at the Metropolitan Opera House. Additionally, he has directed fights for The New Jersey Rep, Cornell University, SoHo Playhouse, LaMama Etc, Columbia University, Connecticut Opera Company, Lafayette University, The Guild Hall, and many others. Some of the productions he has worked on include White Noise, Romeo & Juliet, The Wild Party, Zastrozzi, Twelfth Night, King Lear, Rashomon, Oleanna, Carmen, Klonsky & Schwartz, "All My Children" and "Late Night with Conan O'Brien." Brad has taught classes at Julliard, Mannes School of Music, Cornell University, Lafayette College, The Martina Arroyo Foundation, New York Film Academy, HB Studios, and he currently teaches at the New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, Broadway Classroom, and Circle in the Square Theatre School.

Cheryl Dennis (General Manager)

Cheryl Dennis has worked as a general, company and theatre manager for the past 11 years. She is currently managing the upcoming New York production of Reading Under the Influence and other exciting plays. She most recently managed the site specific NY production of Hedda Gabler. Selected credits include: Broadway – Barefoot in the Park, Steel Magnolias, Frozen, Golda's Balcony, 'Night, Mother, Metamorphoses, True West, Def Poetry Jam; Off-Broadway – Tick, Tick, Boom!, Jesus Hopped the A Train, Our Lady of 121st Street, Passion Play, The Last Five Years, Little Willy, Have a Nice Life, Stain, In the Daylight. Cheryl currently serves on the board of The Private Theatre Company and Fordham University Alumni Theatre Company.

The Irondale Center (Terry Greiss, Executive Director; Jim Niesen Artistic Director)

The Irondale Center is the home of the award winning Irondale Ensemble Project. It is a theater, a laboratory, a classroom and a home for ensemble artists of diverse disciplines. The Center is the first performing arts space to open in the BAM Cultural District. A beautiful and historic space, the theater is created in the ruins of the old Sunday school building.

Irondale's Mission: Through the power of the ensemble process, Irondale creates and presents theater, performance, and education programs that challenge traditional assumptions about art, and help us to better understand today's world. The Irondale Center, our theater, laboratory, and classroom, is a home for ensemble artists of all disciplines and cultures, and a resource for our community.

J.P. Elins (Production Stage Manager)

BROADWAY & NATIONAL TOURS: Frost/Nixon, The Lion King, Show Boat, Chicago, Blast, Beauty and the Beast, The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Starlight Express, Joseph…Dreamcoat, Titanic, Crazy For You, The Secret Garden, Cuba and his Teddy Bear, Radio City. OFF B'WAY: Hapgood, Nunsense, Zombie Prom. REGIONAL: Stratford Festival, Shakespeare & Company, GeVa Theatre.

Nancy Wernick (Stage Manager)

National Tours & Broadway: Whistle Down the Wind, All Shook Up, Fame the Musical, In My Life, August: Osage County, A Streetcar Named Desire, Rent. Off-Broadway: Fame, Nunsense (Original & 25th Anniversary), Make Me A Song (The Music of William Finn), Zombie Prom. Regional & European Tours: The Music Man 50th Anniversary Concert, Grand Hotel, Jesus Christ Superstar, Die Shone und Das Beist.

Achilles Lavidis (Graphic Designer)

Achilles Lavidis wears several design hats. His company Five Zoo Concepts and Design Inc. works in 5 strands of design: Graphic, Product, Exhibition, Environmental, Proscenium. He has won several design awards for Exhibition design and has worked with clients including Hasbro, Disney, Golden Books, Itsy Bitsy Entertainment, Unlimited Concepts, Pink Inc, Guggenheim and MoMA.

Past Theatre Company involvement includes, Labyrinth, Connection Theater, Princeton Rep Shakespeare Company and the Private Theater Company production of Hedda Gabler in a NYC townhouse. Currently he is working on storyboarding a feature film and designing the Rattlestick PlaywrightsTheater season.

Jeff Benish (Production Manager)

Jeff Benish is thrilled to be part of the Treasure Island brood. Past credits as a Production Manager and Stage Manager include: rena's Vow; Tony Glazer's Stain; Fuerzabruta; Stuffed and Unstrung; Drumstruck; I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change; Shear Madness; and Transatlantic Liaison.

Terry Greiss (Irondale Ensemble, Executive Director)

Jim Niesen (Artistic Director)

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Ryan Barry (Understudy: Willoughby, Dirk)

Ryan Barry

New York: Romeo and Juliet (Crash Theatre, Webster Hall). Regional: Travesties (Long Wharf); Winter's Tale (Elm Shakespeare Co.); Grease! (Barrington Stage Co.); A Midsummer Night's Dream (Hubbard Hall), Picasso at the Lapin Agile (The Riggs Project). Ryan is a recent graduate of Circle in the Square.

Jonathan Judge-Russo (Understudy: Captain Flint; Israel Hands)

Ryan Barry

National Tour: Echoes of Ireland. New York: La Fanciulla del West (Metropolitan Opera), The Seagull, The Irish Play, Nesting, Ardnaglass on the Air, A Midsummer Night's Dream. London: The Philanderer, Twelfth Night. Regional: Troilus and Cressida, Comedy of Errors, Othello, Midsummer, The Marriage of Bette and Boo. Numerous film and TV appearances. Training: Circle in the Square; BADA.

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