GREG BALLA (Fitzwilliam Darcy) Off Broadway: Straight, Blue Man Group. Other NY and Regional: You Can’t Kiss a Movie (HERE Arts), Power Plays (New Dramatists NYC), Only a Kingdom with Betty Buckley (John Drew Theatre at Guild Hall), Ether Dome (La Jolla, Hartford, Huntington), Into the Woods, By The Way, Meet Vera Stark (Lyric Stage Co.) Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me (Bad Habit Prod.) and Ragtime (Fiddlehead Theatre Co.). Balla is a graduate of Fordham University Lincoln Center. www.imGregBalla.com.
RACHEL CLAUSEN (Jane Bingley) is thrilled to be joining Pioneer Theatre Company for the first time. Clausen is a New York-based actor, represented by the Krasny Office. Regional Theater: Love’s Labour’s Lost (Queen of France) with Elm Shakespeare, Beowulf (Warrior) with Trinity Rep, USA (Isadora Duncan) with Breadloaf Acting Ensemble and A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Macbeth (Titania and Witch) with Camden Shakespeare Festival. She received her MFA in acting from Brown/Trinity Rep. Credits with B/T include: Sideshow (Violet Hilton), The Tempest (Ariel) and The Crucible (John Hale). Upcoming project: “Moving Through It; a Love/Hate Letter to New York,” at NYWinterfest in March of 2019! More info at www.rachelclausen.com. Clausen thanks her loving family and friends, and, of course, her dogs.
LOGAN JAMES HALL (Charles Bingley) is ecstatic to be returning to Pioneer Theater Company. He was last seen as Jim O’Connor in The Glass Menagerie in 2016 and absolutely loved his time at this wonderful theater. A few favorite theater credits include: Fulton Theater’s Venus In Fur (Best Actor in a Play; Broadway World) and Red (Ken), Vermont Stage’s Sex with Strangers (Ethan Kane) and North Carolina Theater Center’s wit (Jason Posner). Many thanks to Rikky Fishbein at The Hybrid Agency for his work and confidence. And, of course, his wonderful family, friends and Greer for always being there with their support, love, encouragement and kicks in the butt when necessary! Cheers to all!
JESSICA NAIMY (Lydia Wickham) is so excited to be spending her Christmas at Pemberley! Broadway: Honeymoon In Vegas. National Tour: South Pacific. Regional: Rosemary in How to Succeed in Business… (Marriott Theatre), Illona in She Loves Me (Marriott Theatre), Rebecca in Somewhere (Hartford Stage), Diana Morales in A Chorus Line (San Diego Musical Theatre), Natalie in Next to Normal (Meadow Brook Theatre), Marcy in 25th Annual Putnam…(Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre), South Pacific (Ogunquit Playhouse). Film/TV: 2014 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Thanks to Wolf Talent, Bob Cline and everyone at PTC! Love to her husband Ben and the Naimy family!
JAMEN NANTHAKUMAR (Arthur de Bourgh) is a New York-based actor and is thrilled to be making his Pioneer Theatre Company debut. Recent Credits include: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Pittsburgh Public Theater), Under the Bodhi Tree (NY), The Fantasticks (Pittsburgh Public Theater), LUDO’s Broken Bride (NY), The Light in the Piazza (NY). BFA MT Pace University. Thank you to Julie, Karen, Bob and Buchwald. For Mom.
ELIZABETH RAMOS (Mary Bennet) Off-Broadway: The Surgeon and her Daughters (Cherry Lane Theatre, Dir. Adrienne Campbell-Holt); The Idea of Me (Cherry Lane Theatre, Dir. Jose Zayas); A Month in the Country (Classic Stage Company, Dir. Erica Schmidt). Regional: The Bridge of San Luis Rey (Two River Theatre, Dir. Ken Rus Schmoll); Title IX (O’Neill Theatre Center, Dir. Daniella Topol); Fade (TheaterWorks, Dir. Jerry Ruiz); The Women of Padilla (Two River Theatre, Dir. Ken Rus Schmoll); Sleep Rock Thy Brain (Actors Theatre of Louisville, Dir. Amy Attaway). Previous credits include Romeo and Juliet, Odilia and Sonnets for an Old Century. Training: Actors Theatre of Louisville Apprenticeship and BFA in acting from California State University, Fullerton.
SAVANNAH MOFFAT (Anne de Bourgh) is excited to be making her debut with Pioneer Theatre Company! She is a Senior in the Actor Training Program at the University of Utah. Recent credits include American Idiot! (Whatsername) with Good Company Theatre, The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 (Helsa) at the Grand Theatre, and Love’s Labour’s Lost (Rosaline) and The Two Noble Kinsmen (Nell/Messenger) at the University of Utah.
EMILY NASH (Elizabeth Bennet) is a senior in the Actor Training Program and is thrilled to be involved in her first PTC production. Favorite credits include Maria in Up: The Man in the Flying Chair (U of U Theatre), Carmen in This Girl Laughs… (Arizona State University Theatre) and Player in Shockheaded Peter (Sackerson). Lots of love to her family and friends.
This production is sponsored by:
Andrea Golding Legacy Foundation