Ken Baltin* (Andrew Oliver) Recent local credits include: Beckett in Brief (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company), Not Constantinople (Vineyard Playhouse), Death of a Salesman (Lyric Stage), Romeo and Juliet (Actors’ Shakespeare Project), Operation Epsilon (Nora Theatre Company), The Sussman Variations (Boston Playwrights Theatre), andThe Kite Runner (New Repertory Theatre). Other local credits include The Fever Chart, The Loudest Voice, The Cherry Orchard (Central Square Theater); The Screenwriter’s Daughter, Copenhagen (Vineyard Playhouse); Cymbeline (Actors’ Shakespeare Project), Last of the Red Hot Lovers(Gloucester Stage Company), Arms and the Man, Glengarry Glen Ross, Lost in Yonkers, Laughter on the Twenty-Third Floor, and Shakespeare inHollywood (Lyric Stage); Deported, A Dream Play, King of the Jews, Permanent Whole Life, and Haymarket (Boston Playwrights Theatre);Brooklyn Boy (SpeakEasy Stage); Eurydice, Waiting for Godot, Scapin, The Waverly Gallery, Twelfth Night, American Buffalo (New Repertory Theatre); Art, Over the Tavern, Picasso at the Lapine Agile, Speed-the-Plow, Oleanna, The Illusion, Founder of the Feast, A Christmas Carol(Merrimack Repertory Theatre); The Last Hurrah (Huntington Theatre Company); The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Beau Jest, Social Security, Yom Kippur at Danang, I Ought to be in Pictures (Jewish Theatre of New England); Three Hotels (Gloucester Stage) and others. Aside from performing, Ken is on the acting faculty at The Boston Conservatory.
Daniel Berger-Jones as Lt. Colonel William Dalrymple
Daniel Berger-Jones (Lt. Colonel William Dalrymple) is a Boston-based actor, producer, and entrepreneur. He graduated from Boston University in2005 after helping the BU Dear Abbeys win the International Competition of Collegiate A Cappella championship that same year. He has been seen on the stages of the Huntington Theatre Company, Lyric Stage Company, SpeakEasy Stage, Boston Playwright’s Theater, Actors’ Shakespeare Project (Elliot Norton Award for Best Ensemble, Hotel Nepenthe), Shakespeare and Company, Company One, and the American Repertory Theater.In 2007, he co-founded, Orfeo Group where he starred as Jimmy Porter in Look Back in Anger, himself in Complete Works of William Shakespeare [abridged], and Harry in John Kolvenbach’s Love Song. In 2011, after several years of doing historical interpretation, he founded Cambridge Historical Tours, giving personalized, private costumed tours of The Greater Boston Area. Recently, introduced Boston to Shit-faced Shakespeare, and self-produced A Palpable Hit: Shakespeare's Best Fight Scenes.
CRAIG CIAMPA as Samuel Adams
Craig Ciampa (Samuel Adams) Craig is a regular in the MA and NH theater circuit and has been for over 20 years. His most recent appearance was in Bedford Off Broadway's production of Out Of Order (Richard Willey). Other regional appearances have included Oleanna (John) at The Umbrella in Concord, Of Mice and Men (Lennie) with Quannapowitt Players, Good People (Mike) with Hovey Players, Mr.Marmalade (Larry) and Rabbit,Rabbit (Larry/Cosmo) with Ghostlight Theater, Dinner With Friends (Gabe) and A Streetcar Named Desire ( Stanley Kowalski) with Nashua Theater Guild, Art (Marc) with Fringe Players, Blinders (Stack)with Flat Earth Theatre, Pip/Theo in Three Days of Rain (Pip/Theo) with Manchester Community Theater Players).
Scot Colford as William Baker
Scot Colford (William Baker) has appeared in many Boston-area productions including That Time the House Burned Down (Fresh Ink), The Love of the Nightingale (Hub Theatre), Shiver (Project: Project), La Cage Aux Folles (The Umbrella), Fire On Earth (Fresh Ink), and many productions at The Footlight Club in Jamaica Plain such as Promises Promises, Company, Bye Bye Birdie (Mr. MacAfee), Spamalot (Patsy), Parade, The Three Sisters,Absurd Person Singular, and Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Rosencrantz). Scot has also performed in Cloud Nine, The Elephant Man, and A Christmas Carol at Human Race Theatre Company in Dayton, Ohio. A native of Ohio, Scot holds a B.F.A. in Acting from Wright State University. Besides his theatrical work, Scot is proud of the seven years he has served as pronouncing judge for the Boston Citywide Spelling Bee.
Bill Mootos* as Royall Tyler
Bill Mootos* (Royall Tyler) is delighted to return to this production, and to be working with Courtney, Patrick, and this wonderful cast. Bill last appeared in A Christmas Carol at the Hanover Theatre, Regular Singing at New Repertory Theatre, Sweet and Sad with Gloucester Stage Company, and New Century Theatre’s Luna Gale. Other regional credits include productions with The Gamm Theatre, Ocean State Theatre Company, Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, Stoneham Theatre, Sierra Repertory Theatre, Huntington Theatre Company, Central Square Theater, Wheelock Family Theatre, Metropolitan Playhouse NYC, Manhattan Theatre Source, North Shore Music Theatre, Vineyard Playhouse, The Nora Theatre Company, Lyric Stage Company, Merrimack Rep, Ivoryton Playhouse, SpeakEasy Stage Company, and many others. Bill’s television credits include “American Odyssey”, “The Hatfields & McCoys”, “The Devil You Know”, and the films Chappaquiddick, The Company Men, Locked In, Hard Luck, Siren, The Makeover, R.I.P.D. and others. Bill serves on the National Board of SAG-AFTRA, and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.
Dale Place* as Thomas Hutchinson
Dale Place* (Thomas Hutchinson) Broadway: Heisenberg. New York: New York Shakespeare Festival- King Lear, Lincoln Center Theater -Nikolai and the Others. He is delighted to return to Blood on the Snow. In the Boston area, he has been seen at New Repertory Theatre (A Number), Huntington Theatre Company (Our Town), Lyric Stage, SpeakEasy Stage, Stoneham Theatre, Wheelock Family Theatre, Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, and the Hanover Theatre. Regional credits: over 30 seasons with The Barnstormers Theatre; The Cleveland Play House, Northern Stage, andthe Public Theatre of Maine. Film: Joy, The Fighter, The Proposal, Gone Baby Gone, and What’s Your Number?. Member: AEA, SAG-AFTRA.
Matt Ryan as John Hancock
Matt Ryan (John Hancock) is thrilled to be a part of Blood on the Snow. Recent credits include Karl/Steve in Clybourne Park and Guildenstern inRosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead with The Longwood Players. While living in Los Angeles, Matt performed on stage and screen with some favorite roles being Agent Harp in Point Break LIVE!, Scapino in Scapino! and starred along Luis Guzman in the short film I Kicked Luis Guzman inthe Face. Special thanks to Erin for the daily laughs and the reminder to choose joy.
Arthur Waldstein as Harrison Gray
Arthur Waldstein (Harrison Gray) originated the part of Harrison Gray. He will be in Informed Consent at the Apollinaire Theatre in February. His area credits include Into the Woods (Norton and IRNE, Outstanding Musical), Follies, Kiss Me Kate, and Blythe Spirit (Lyric Stage), The Cherry Orchard (Actors Shakespeare Project), Much Ado About Nothing (Arts After Hours), Reflections of a Rock Lobster (Boston Children’s Theatre), Romeo and Juliet (Happy Medium Theatre), The Fantasticks (Fiddlehead Theatre), Arcadia (IRNE Outstanding Production) and A Man of No Importance (Bad Habit Productions), 42nd Street and Miracle on 34th Street (Stoneham Theatre), Hello, Goodbye, Peace (The Theater Offensive), A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Othello (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company), and Genesis of Genesis and The Seagull (Chekhov Theater Company). He has been seen as Arnolphe in School for Wives, Touchstone in As You Like It, George in All My Sons and Creon in Jean Anouilh’s Antigone, and is a seasoned performer of the Gilbert and Sullivan patter parts. A retired lawyer, Arthur lives in Boston with his wife, Andrea.
Lewis D. Wheeler* as Samuel Dexter
Lewis D. Wheeler*(Samuel Dexter) is a Boston-based actor and director. Regional credits: Hand to God (SpeakEasy Stage); Finish Line (Boston Theater Company/Boch Center); No Man’s Land (American Repertory Theater); Richard II (Actors’ Shakespeare Project); Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Pattern of Life, Muckrakers, The Gift Horse (New Repertory Theatre); Saving Kitty, Emilie (Nora Theatre); Doubt, An Ideal Husband, The Totalitarians (Gloucester Stage); five seasons at Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre; also Commonwealth Shakespeare Co, Lyric Stage, Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, Underground Railway Theatre, Huntington Theatre Company, Stoneham Theatre, Vineyard Playhouse, Publick Theatre, Cape Rep, Shakespeare Now, Wellesley Repertory Theatre, Wheelock Family Theatre, American Stage (Florida). A founding member of Harbor Stage, he performed in The Seagull and Hedda Gabler, directed David Rabe’s Sticks and Bones. Film/TV: Manchester by the Sea, Black Mass, Live by Night, The Company Men, Pink Panther 2, “Louisa May Alcott” (PBS), “Brotherhood.” Lewis is a Theatre Espresso company member, performing interactive, historical dramas for students across New England. He also performs improv-based training programs at Boston Children’s Hospital, preparing clinicians for challenging situations. Lewis earned his BA in Theatre and Film Studies at Cornell University and his MFA from the American Film Institute. Proud member of Actors’ Equity since 2004.
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