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Andrea Stephenson |
Andrea Stephenson’s love of music and theatre was nurtured by her parents. She started performing as a singer and actor in elementary school, and her passion for the performing arts grew throughout the years. As a psychology student at Juniata College, Andrea performed with a touring choir and founded a Musical Theatre Club. It was during this time that she explored life behind the scenes as a stage manager and as a director. After a bit of a theatre drought while getting her Ph.D. in Philosophy, Andrea returned to central PA and jumped into the community theatre scene at The Belmont Theatre in York.
Along with appearing on stage, Andrea has stage managed and directed multiple shows over the last ten years. Her favorite acting experiences include portraying Cecily Pigeon in The Odd Couple, Sister James in Doubt, and Vivian Snustad in The Church Basement Ladies. Among her directing credits are Once Upon a Mattress; Sex Please, We're Sixty; Girls' Weekend; Ring of Fire; and Love, Sex, and the IRS. In her non-theatre life, Andrea works as an optician. She loves writing reviews under the careful supervision of her cats.
Jason Davis |
Rich Mehrenberg |
Rich Mehrenberg was introduced to the magic of theater when he played "The Boy" in his first grade class production of "The Giving Tree". It has been a long term love affair ever since. He enjoys being both on stage and in the audience of Central Pennsylvania theaters and beyond.