John Sanders returns to Neverland after appearing on Broadway as Black Stache, Aster, Bumbrake and Capt. Scott. Other credits include Sergei in the original Broadway cast of Matilda the Musical, and Sam in Mamma Mia! North American Tour. Chicago credits: Goodman (Turn of the Century), Chicago Shakespeare (Cymbeline, Troilus & Cressida), Writers’ (The Real Thing, Oh Coward), Drury Lane Oakbrook (Spamalot, Miss Saigon), Stage Left, Chicago Dramatists. TV: “Last Man Standing”. Film: “Alleged;” “No God, No Master.”
Credits include: Be the Death of Me (The Civilians), Raptured (Play Co.), The Material World (Dixon Place), The London Merchant (Storm Theatre), The Tempest (Porpentine Theater Co.), Straight Up Vampire (Joe’s Pub), and Pride and Prejudice (NYMF).
Proud Chicagoan and Northwestern graduate. Theatre: South of Settling (Steppenwolf Theatre), Punk Rock – Jeff Award, Flare Path (Griffin Theatre), Cherrywood (Mary-Arrchie). Film: At Any Price. Thanks to Julie, my family and Shirley’s.
(Lord Aster). Chicago: Chicago Shakespeare, Goodman, Writers’, Paramount, and First Folio Theatres. Regional: Alabama, Arkansas, Door, and Illinois Shakespeare Theatres, American Players, Boarshead, and Madison Rep Theatres. Nathan is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Off-Broadway: New York Theatre Workshop, Signature Theatre, The Culture Project, The Acting Co., Keen Co. Regional: The Old Globe, The Shakespeare Theatre DC, Arena Stage, Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Film: “Spinning Into Butter”. Graduate of The Juilliard School.
Off-Broadway: Hit the Wall (u/s). Regional: The Buddy Holly Story, Hedwig…, My Fair Lady, Godspell. B.F.A. University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Songwriter for band Awning: awning.bandcamp.com.
Broadway: Hair, Spelling Bee, Jane Eyre. Tour: Les Misérables, My Fair Lady. Off-Broadway: New Victory, Vineyard, Encores!. Regional: La Jolla, NY Stage and Film, Williamstown. TV: “Boardwalk Empire”, “Louie”. .
Harter Clingman is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago. Recent credits include Terry Twyman’s Saloon (Peninsula Players), See What I Wanna See (Bailiwick/Steppenwolf), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Bailiwick), State Street (City Lit), Absolute Hell (The Gift Theatre) and Spring Awakening (Griffin Theater). .
Selected Credits: Mother Courage and Her Children (American Repertory Theatre), The Rivals (Huntington), The History Boys (Ahmanson), Secrets of the Trade (Black Dahlia), Mercury Fur (Needtheater), Supernova (Elephant) Futura (Boston Court), Monkey Adored (Rogue Machine).
Carl Howell is a Hammonton, NJ native. Credits include: Romeo and Juliet (Romeo, Hudson Valley Shakespeare), Halo/Titanic (Old Vic New Voices), The Seagull (Konstantin), New Victory, The Pearl, Shelby Company. BFA NYU. Major thanks to Mom, Dad, Meredith, and Angie. www.carlhowell.com
Broadway: The Book of Mormon (Original Elder White and Yoda), Avenue Q, Ragtime. National Tour: Big River. Film/TV: Disney’s “Frozen”, BBC’s “Rebels and Redcoats.” Host of SiriusXM radio’s “The Stage Door Supper Club”. www.benjaminschrader.com
(u/s Smee/Slank/Alf/Fighting Prawn/Mrs. Bumbrake) Theater: The Assembly, The Actors Company, New Georges, Berkshire Theatre Group, Joe’s Pub, Flea, HERE, Temporary Distortion. Film: The Onion. Ben has developed and premiered work with Christopher Durang, Adam Rapp and Robert Wilson. www.benbeckley.com
(u/s Lord Aster/Slank/Alf/Black Stache/Captain Scott) Rob Neill is a founding member of the NY Neo-Futurists. Broadway: London Assurance; London: The Cherry Orchard; Regional: You Never Can Tell, Tartuffe; Off-Off Broadway: Spring Awakening, Hamlet, Doughboy. He studied at LAMDA, NTI, and Grinnell.
em>(u/s Molly/Ted/Prentiss/Mrs. Bumbrake) Rachel Prather is honored to join the cast of PATSC. Regional credits include Fiddler on the Roof (WBT); Nine (SpeakEasy Stage). BFA The Boston Conservatory. Thanks to God, her family, friends, CGF, and Jim Carnahan Casting.
(u/s Boy/Prentiss/Ted/Fighting Prawn/Captain Scott) Chicago credits: Iphigenia 2.0 (Next Theatre); The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter (Steppenwolf for Young Adults); Aftermath (Signal Ensemble); The Picture of Dorian Gray (Life Line Theatre); TV: “Chicago Fire” Film: “Black Box”