Actress Holly Brown recently portrayed officer Connie Grella in "The Pavement Artist" at the Players' Ring in Portsmouth. Earlier this year she was Veronica Randell in “A Cherry Orchard in Maine”. Holly has also displayed her talents in “Our Town” at Portland Players. Some of her favorite roles include Blanche Dubois in “God”, Terry Randall in “Stage Door”, and Velma in “West Side Story”. A full-time Special Ed teacher in Portland, she earned her BA in Theater at UNH. Holly performs with the full support of her son, Sean, her biggest fan.
Actor Nathan Sylvester is a recent graduate of the University of Maine at Farmington, performing in many main stage performances throughout his time there. He now lives in Standish with his lovely wife, Madelyn. Nathan is very excited to be working on this thought-provoking and relevant new play. Past Credits Include: John Barrymore in I Hate Hamlet, Babbybobby in The Cripple of Inishmaan, Antonio in Twelfth Night, and Lodovico in Othello.
Tracey Hall is a lifelong lover of theatre, having started in acting when she was 16 years old and never really moved on. She studied theatre at NYU and worked in educational and social justice theatre. Acting has been the revenant that has followed her throughout her many lives, and she is proud to now call herself a member of the illustrious Portland theatre community. She is looking forward to many more shows in this dramatically rich town.