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Aaron Brewer (Miss. Bible Belt) is ecstatic to be making his theatrical debut in the Bay Area. He recently graduated from Northern Kentucky University and was last seen as Isidor Strauss in Titanic:
A New Musical and as Dogberry in Much Ado About Nothing.
Manuel Caneri (Frankie Cavalier) is very excited to start his 20th year of performing by being a part of Pageant in SF. He has worked with various theatre companies in the Bay Area including Broadway By The Bay, Palo Alto Players, Busbarn Theatre Company, Hillbarn Theatre, Foothill Music Theatre, etc. Favorite roles have included Frankie in Forever Plaid, Seymour in Little Shop Of Horrors, Scapino in Scapino!, Garry in Noises Off, Rooster in Annie, The Pharaoh in Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat among many others. He has appeared on the Victoria stage for Ray Of Light Theatre Company in The Rocky Horror Show (Riff Raff), The Who's Tommy (Cousin Kevin) and Jerry Springer The Opera (Chucky) as well as various roles in the annual Golden Girls Christmas Episodes.
Jon Deline (Miss. Deep South) is an accomplished actor and circus Performer. Jon has performed with the award-winning clown troupe Pi having performed across the USA and internationally in a variety of different shows and venues including: The Berkshire Fringe, The Boulder Fringe, The Winnipeg Fringe Festival, The Piggery, SF Fringe, Teatro Zinzani, The Lone Star Circus, The Tini Tinou Int’l. Circus Festival, Full Circle Theater, Stage Werxs, Climate Theater, and The Traveling Jewish Theater. Some of his theater credits include Oskar in the world premiere of Oskar: And the Last Straw with the TheaterWorks Education Department, the Golem in Alter Theater's production of A Man, His Wife, and His Hat, and Superior Donuts with TheaterWorks where he played Kiril.
Cookie Dough (Eddie Bell) (Miss. Industrial Northeast) has been on the drag scene since 2000. Starting out with local fundraisers and performing at established clubs such as the legendary Trannyshack shows, Bootie SF, as well as The Castro and Folsom Street Fairs. Cookie is host and co-creator of The Castro’s longest running drag show, “The Monster Show with Cookie Dough & DJ MC2”, now in its 9th year. Beginning at Harvey’s Bar and Restaurant in 2004, the show now resides at The Edge Bar, in The Heart of the Castro, every Thursday. Cookie also Co-Produces the popular live stage production of The Golden Girls every XMAS, at The Victoria Theatre, where you can catch her playing the acerbic octogenarian, Sophia Petrillo. In 2010, Cookie was elected as Grand Duchess of SF, The SF Ducal Courts Highest Title. The organization is now in its 40th year of fundraising for various non-government funded LGBT groups in SF. That year, Cookie and her Court raised over $35,000. Cookie plans to remain on the stage for a long time to come, whether fundraising or professional gigs, you can be sure to find her somewhere on stage in heels and a wig.
Tim Homsley (Miss. Texas) has just moved to the bay from Portland OR and is happy to be part of the Bay Area arts community. Productions in the Bay Area include Xanadu as Sunny Malone, A Christmas Carol as Mr. Boxer, and Spring Awakening as Melchior (Center REP) as well as Joseph in his Amazing Technicolor Dream Cote (Contra Costa Musical Theater). Other productions include: Chorus for Pirates of Penzance and Willful (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Chip in Spelling Bee (Oregon Cabaret Theater), Percy in The Scarlet Pimpernel (Camelot Theater), and Bobby Strong in Urinetown (Southern Oregon Univ.). Earned his BFA at Southern Oregon Univ..
Daft-Nee Gesuntheit!, less known around SF as James Roderick (Miss. Great Plains) is a female impersonator at Marlena's Bar as well as other venues in the city, giving her best performances as Cher, Babs, Lady Gaga and other female icons. She portrays Lucille Ball in the coffee table book ME & MY IDOL, which came out last June. Although the drag personality has been around for only two years, James has been involved in theater since 8th grade…a long time ago. Visit the website: www.daft-nee.com
Maurice Andre San-Chez (Miss. West Coast) was born in Alamogordo, NM but raised in El Paso, TX. He attended Texas A&M University in Galveston where he dabbled in Marine biology. He has earned a B.F.A in Musical Theatre from the Univ. of Texas - El Paso where he has been scene in Productions of Hair, La Cage Aux Folles, and Footloose to name a few. Some of his past times include gardening, swimming, tennis, cheer-leading, basketball, and doing handy work around the house.
Robb Huddleston’s (director/producer) entertainment journey started over 39 years ago at the age of four when he climbed onto a chair in a tiny Southern Baptist Church in North Carolina and sang with the 30-member choir backing him up every Sunday morning. As he grew older, his passion for the stage led him to perform in various settings from local productions to theme park shows, cruise ships to Branson theatres, and various musical tours, including lead vocalist on the ‘97 World Cruise on Cunard’s QE2.
After nine years at sea, Robb decided to return to the states and move to NYC, where he discovered the behind-the-scenes world of creating entertainment, rather than being the entertainment. Robb worked in production on “Late Show with David Letterman” and later as aTalent Booker, Talent Director and Associate Producer for numerous live televised network events on NBC, CBS, VH1, TNT, and A&E, including Christmas in Rockefeller, St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Pop Goes the Fourth, the US Open, NYC Marathon, Race to the Altar, VH1’s Experience Music Project, and more.
In 2004, Robb accepted a position as Entertainment Operations Manager with Paramount Parks. In this role, Robb had complete creative license in producing all of the musical staged shows and productions throughout the Paramount venues, working alongside major players like Nickelodeon. In 2008, Robb headed west and became the Director of Operations for the Stern Grove Festival Association, an internationally renowned annual concert series attended by more than 100,000 people annually. Robb created Robbie Wayne Productions in 2012 and has chosen “Pageant the Musical” as his SF musical theatre producing / directing debut. Robb is thrilled to bring his passion for performance to San Francisco’s thriving arts and entertainment scene!
Michael Anthony Schuler (music director) A California native, Michael is a Harvard-educated linguist and pianist. Over the past four years, he has been heavily involved as vocal coach and conductor for numerous European productions, to include Offenbach's Barbe-bleuand, Mozart's Die Zauberflöte (Zurich Opera), Mozart's Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Verdi's Falstaff (Hanover State Opera), and, most recently, Gershwin's Of Thee I Sing (42nd St. Moon at the Eureka Theater).
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