Alyse Clinton – Catherine
Alyse is a graduate of Northeastern University with degrees in Theatre and ASL/English Interpretation. They work at The Learning Center for the Deaf as an aide for DeafDisabled elementary school students. In addition, they are an open captioner, stage manager, actor, and teaching artist in the Boston area. Recent credits include The Exception and the Rule (Guide), Godspell (Joanne/Robin), How I Learned to Drive (Female Greek Chorus), The Winter’s Tale (Florizel), The Wolves (#11), As U Like It (Jacques), Play On! (Aggie), Hair (Black Boys Trio), Jonathan (Tom/Ensemble), The Eight (Dancer), and SWAN (Aiden).
Mark Logue – Robert
Mark is excited to be on stage at Hull Performing Arts (HPA). Mark most recently appeared in Curtain Call Theatre’s productions of (ART) in the role of Serge, Man in Socks (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time), and Father Jack (Dancing at Lughnasa). Mark has performed on The Footlight Club’s stage as William Randolph Hearst (The Cat's Meow), Major Metcalf (The Mousetrap) and Richard Maynard (Moon over Buffalo). Mark would like to thank the cast and crew for a wonderful experience.
Ashleigh Pelto – Claire
Ashleigh is a Quincy resident but considers herself an ex-pat of the Great Lakes state of Michigan. She first performed a scene from Proof in her high school's Acting & Stagecraft class and has loved the play ever since. This is her first foray into acting after over a decade hiatus and she is so excited to take on the role of Claire for this performance.
Andrew Burke – Hal
An alum of the Atlantic Acting Studio, Andrew is thrilled to be part of this brilliant team at Hull Performing Arts. Recent credits include Lucas in Laughter on the 23rd Floor (North River Theater), Jean in Rhinoceros, Sebastian in Twelfth Night, Aegisthus in Agamemnon, Mozart in Amadeus, and The Director in Bridget v. Law & Order (ATC Stage 2).
Lindsay Clinton – Director
Lindsay Clinton is a graduate of the internship program of New Jersey Shakespeare Festival. Last spring, after 20 years, Lindsay made a return to the stage in North River Theater’s production of Spring Shorts. Her HPA directing credits include: Tomfoolery, On This River, Toilers of the Sea, Where the Fun Begins, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Love, Loss and What I Wore! and Play On! Her favorite roles include Portia in The Merchant of Venice, Gwendolyn in The Importance of Being Ernest, and several roles in Tomfoolery. Her favorite life role is mother to Alyse (Catherine in this production) and Charlie (Corp Member at Philadelphia Ballet).