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Andrea Stephenson
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. Since then, she has become involved in shows at Gettysburg Community Theatre, Hanover Little Theatre, DreamWrights Center for Community Arts, Little Theatre of Mechanicsburg, and Theatre Harrisburg.

Along with appearing on stage, Andrea has stage managed and directed multiple shows over the last ten years. Her favorite acting experiences include portraying Florence in The Odd Couple (Female Version), Sister James in Doubt, and Vivian Snustad in The Church Basement Ladies. She has directed over 15 shows; among her directing credits are Sex Please, We're SixtyGirls' WeekendRing of Fire; Love, Sex, and the IRS; Charlie Brown Christmas; Polyester; Drinking Habits; and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. In her non-theatre life, Andrea works as an optician. She loves writing reviews under the careful supervision of her cats.

Jason Davis
Jason Davis

Jessica Crowe
Jessica Crowe

Jessica Crowe wears many hats and has more passions than she can shake a stick at! As an entrepreneur and small business owner, she runs the Alba Rosa Cat Parlour at her home base in York, Pennsylvania. Eleven years of experience as a performance artist have taken her across the country to perform and teach, her dance training even winning her an award along the way. Her work has been featured both online and on television. Jessica's theatrical expertise includes character acting, stage management, directing, producing, and playwriting. She also loves to dive into costuming and prop creation when she has the time. Recently, Jessica and one of her business partners started a new professional performance troupe, The Trick 'R Treaters, and received wonderful reviews on their first two projects. When not hard at work on her latest creative endeavors, Jessica loves to spend time with her amazing husband and five gorgeous cats.

Rich Mehrenberg
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.

Sandra Harberger
Sandra Harberger

Sandra Harberger has been onstage and backstage in a variety musicals and plays since she
was a child. As an adult, performing is is still part of her life. She is excited to be a reviewer for
Broadway World and supporting community theater. Sandra is a pediatric speech-language
pathologist at Harberger Speech Therapy. She attended Penn State University with a B.S. and
M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders.


Junie B. Jones in Central Pennsylvania Junie B. Jones
Fulton Theatre (4/27 - 5/18)
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in Central Pennsylvania Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Ephrata Performing Arts Center (4/18 - 4/27)
Hamilton in Central Pennsylvania Hamilton
Hershey Theatre (11/26 - 12/8)
The Drowsy Chaperone in Central Pennsylvania The Drowsy Chaperone
Act 1 DeSales University (4/24 - 5/5)
The Play That Goes Wrong in Central Pennsylvania The Play That Goes Wrong
The Belmont Theatre (4/19 - 4/28)
Great Balls of Fire in Central Pennsylvania Great Balls of Fire
Gretna Theatre (8/22 - 8/25)
Ephrata Performing Arts Center (5/30 - 6/29)

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