* Indicates member of Actors' Equity Association.


MICHAEL BRUSASCO* (Brindsley Miller) is honored to be returning to PTC after appearing as Tybalt in Romeo & Juliet. Off-Broadway credits: Misalliance, Playboy of the Western World (Pearl Theatre Company) and Electra in A One-Piece (Good Company). Other New York City credits: Health and Fitness (Soho Rep/Soho Shorts) and Of Monsters and Prodigies: The History of the Castrati (Lincoln Center Festival). Regional: Pride and Prejudice, Macbeth, Private Lives, The Mousetrap and The Tempest (Utah Shakespeare Festival), Titus Andronicus (Shakespeare Theatre Company), Much Ado About Nothing (Berkeley Repertory Theatre), The Beard of Avon (American Conservatory Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Winter’s Tale (Great River Shakespeare Company) and Di Esperienza (Plan-B Theatre Company). Film: Book of Rules and Going Down. MFA: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.


JOYCE COHEN* (Miss Furnival) has appeared on the PTC stage in many productions including Hamlet (this season), Our Town, Arcadia, Othello, A Streetcar Named Desire, Enchanted April and Copenhagen. Joyce has appeared on Broadway (Once a Catholic) and off-Broadway (Mint Theater Co., Playwrights Horizons). Regional credits include People’s Light & Theatre Co., Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Peterborough Players, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Plan-B Theatre, Salt Lake Acting Company and Sundance Film and Theatre Labs. She has numerous commercial, tv and film credits including High School Musical, SLC Punk, The Dance, Independence Day, Touched by an Angel, Everwood and Archie Bunker’s Place.


DONALD CORREN* (Harold Gorringe) recently co-starred in the original Broadway production of Souvenir. Previously on Broadway, he starred in Harvey Fierstein’s Torch Song Trilogy, a performance which earned him both the Los Angeles and San Francisco Drama Critics’ Circle Awards while on tour. Other New York appearances include the original off-Broadway casts of Dietrich and ChevalierThe Last Sunday in June, Stephen Sondheim’s Saturday Night and Tomfoolery, as well as leading roles in regional theatres across the country. Fans of NBC’s Law & Order may recognize him as Forensic Tech Medill, a role he played for eight seasons. A writer as well, Donald is delighted to return to Salt Lake City where he scripted the nightly entertainment for Olympic Medals Plaza during the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games. www.donaldcorren.com


STEVEN FEHR* (Georg Bamberger) is pleased to make another appearance on the PTC stage. Steven was last seen as Mike Nulty in White Christmas and has also performed at PTC in Dracula, Romeo & Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Light in the Piazza, My Fair Lady, Cyrano de Bergerac and Camelot. Steven has also performed at Salt Lake Acting Company, Old Lyric Repertory Company, the Egyptian Theatre, the Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, and the Nevada Conservatory Theatre, where he starred with Sally Struthers in Annie. Steven earned his Master’s Degree in Theatre-Performance at UNLV. Steven thanks Isaias, Mom, his family and God for all they do for him. He is a proud member of Actors’ Equity.


LAUREN ELISE McCORD* (Clea) Ms. McCord is delighted to return to the Pioneer Theatre Company stage. She was last seen at PTC as Catherine in The Foreigner. Her other credits include: Off-Broadway: The Foreigner (Roundabout Theatre Company), Around the World in 80 Days (Irish Repertory Theatre) and Margo Veil (The Flea). New York Theatre: Creditors (Studio Tisch). Regional: Around the World in 80 Days (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and Westport Country Playhouse). Television: Law & Order (NBC). Awards: Cincinnati’s Acclaim Award for Acting Ensemble as well as Connecticut Critics Circle Nomination for Best Ensemble for Around the World in 80 Days. She received her MFA from NYU.


RACHEL MOULTON* (Carol Melkett) is absolutely thrilled to be making her Pioneer Theatre Company debut! Recently she was seen off-Broadway portraying Young Zelda Fitzgerald in the musical This Side of Paradise. Favorite Regional: Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady (John W. Engeman Theater), Dory in Finding Nemo: The Musical (WDW), Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival) and Frankie in The Member of the Wedding (The Red House). Endless thanks to Jeff, Charles, Rich Cole, ITM and The Mine. All the love in the world to my amazing family and friends! Training: Interlochen Arts Academy, Shakespeare & Company, B.F.A. Syracuse University. Proud A.E.A. Member! www.rachelmoulton.com


GREG THORNTON* (Colonel Melkett) played Claudius in the 2010 PTC production of Hamlet. His other roles with PTC were Salieri in Amadeus and Bastien Andre in Is He Dead? All were directed by Charles Morey. Mr.Thornton appeared in the off-Broadway production of John Ferguson at the Mint Theater and received the Best Actor Award for the role of David in The Conjugality Test at MITF in New York. He has been a resident actor with the McCarter Theatre and GeVa Theatre, and an Associate Artist with the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. He has worked extensively with the Cincinnati Playhouse and the Repertory Theatre of Saint Louis, as well as the Cleveland Playhouse, the Denver Center Theatre Company, the Old Globe, and Playmakers Rep. His film and television credits include Marathon Man, Law & Order, Tales from the Darkside, Another World, and One Life to Live.


LENNY WOLPE* (Schuppanzigh) Broadway credits include: Wicked (The Wizard), The Drowsy Chaperone (original Feldzeig), The Sound of Music (Max), Mayor (created title role), Copperfield, Into The Light and Onward Victoria. National Tours: Wicked (Wizard), Little Shop of Horrors (Mushnick) both in SLC, Guys & Dolls (Nathan), South Pacific (Billis) and ...Forum (Hysterium). Off-Broadway: Company, Wonder Years, Brownstone. Regional: The Baker’s Wife (Baker opposite Alice Ripley), Gypsy (Herbie opposite Betty Buckley), and The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife (Paper Mill), Into The Woods (Baker-TUTS), Radio Gals (Dramalogue Award) and A Class Act (Pasadena Playhouse), She Loves Me (Westport), The Music Man (Hollywood Bowl), The Producers (Max) and Fiddler on the Roof (Tevye in six productions). TV: series regular Baby Talk, You’re The One; guest-star on nearly 100 shows from L.A. Law, E.R., Six Feet Under to Golden Girls, Roseanne, Law & Order: SVU and Chapelle’s Show.




"You need three things in the theater - the play, the actors, and the audience, - and each must give something."
Kenneth Haigh