BUS STOP is a TBA Recommended Production!

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Meet the Cast: Bus Stop

Mary Ann Rodgers - Grace

Mary Ann Rodgers (Grace) is an award-winning actor, director, and educator. Favorite roles include Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing (Napa Valley Shakespeare Festival), Jean Louise in To Kill a Mockingbird (RVP) and Helen Kroger in Pack of Lies (RVP). A member of Ross Valley Players, she works to build more inclusive and diverse opportunities for audiences and artists. Most recently, she directed Nilo Cruz’s Anna in the Tropics and produced Lauren Gunderson’s EmilieLa Marquise du Chatelet Defends Her Life Tonight. Mary Ann thanks her husband, actor-designer Malcolm Rodgers, for his unwavering support. To Christian and the Bus Stoppers, you’re welcome at Grace’s Diner anytime!Jeffrey Taylor - Carl


Jeffrey Taylor
(Carl) Favorite roles with Ross Valley Players at the Barn include Boo Radley in To Catch A Mockingbird and The Sergeant Major in Journey’s End. Highlights at College of Marin include Banquo in Macbeth, Shamrayev in The Seagull and The King of France in King Lear. Peak performances at the Novato Theater Company include Boze Hertlinger in The Petrified Forest and Richard the Lionheart in The Lion In Winter. He enjoyed playing Jacob Marley in A Christmas Carol and Billy Sykes in Oliver with The Stapleton Theatre Company.


Bus Stop runs March 3 through March 26, 2017 at Ross Valley Players. Click HERE for more information.

 

Meet the Cast: Bus Stop

Laura Peterson - Cheri

Laura Peterson (Cherie) is ecstatic to be working on her first production at Ross Valley Players with the amazing cast and crew of Bus Stop! Some of her recent work has been with Awesome Theatre, Amios West, All Terrain Theater, and Actors Ensemble of Berkeley. Laura received her BFA in Theatre from Jacksonville University. She would like to thank her friends who have become her family for all their love and support.

Steven Price - WillSteve Price (Will) was seen at College of Marin last fall as Jason in Medea and Kent in King Lear. Other roles at RVP include Charles in The Clean House, Mr. Van Daan in Diary of Anne Frank, The Colonel in Journey’s End, Elwood P. Dowd in Harvey, and Atticus Finch in To Kill A Mockingbird. Other credits include Brabantio in Othello, Hastings in Richard III, and Montague in Romeo & Juliet at Marin Shakespeare as well as Macbeth in Macbeth, Egeus in The Comedy of Errors and Duke Senior in As You Like It at College of Marin.


Bus Stop runs March 3 through March 26, 2017 at Ross Valley Players. Click HERE for more information.

Meet the Cast: Bus Stop

Ariana Mahallati - Elma

Ariana Mahallati (Elma) is thrilled to be back at the Barn. She was last seen at Ross Valley Players as Maid Marian/Much the Miller in Robin Hood, directed by Cris Cassell. Other recent credits include The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (Dwarf), King Lear (Goneril), and Misalliance (Hypatia Tarleton) at College of Marin, where she has been a student for three years. Ariana plans to transfer to a four-year university in the fall to pursue her love of theatre.

Andrew Morris - BoAndrew Morris (Bo) is an Improvisor/Actor who studied at San Francisco State University, majoring in Performance Arts. He is always excited to work with new artists and expand himself within new roles. One day Andy hopes to move to Chicago to pursue both acting and improv.


Bus Stop runs March 3 through March 26, 2017 at Ross Valley Players. Click HERE for more information.

Meet the Cast: Bus Stop

Ron Dritz - Dr. Lyman
Ron Dritz
(Dr. Lyman) is delighted to be performing at Ross Valley Players in Bus Stop. Favorite roles include Elijah Whitney in Anything Goes (Broadway by the Bay), Richard in The Lover (Pop-Up Theatre), Jonas Fogg in Sweeney Todd (Ray of Light) and Hirst in No Man’s Land (Pop-Up Theatre). Prior to his stage career, Ron spent 30 years as a practicing anesthesiologist in San Francisco and Berkeley. Ah, but that’s another story…

Aeron Macintyre - VirgilAeron Macintyre (Virgil) has performed in a number of films, television shows and on stage locally as well as in New York, Los Angeles and Edinburgh, Scotland. Some of his favorite productions include the critically acclaimed Abraham Lincoln’s Big Gay Dance Party, The Fantastiks, Laughing Wild, Coraline and The Caretaker. He also produced, edited and starred in the critically acclaimed film Nominated which has been playing at film festivals across the country. Since 1985,he has been teaching acting, directing for film and television, and foreign and American dialects both privately and in a number of professional training programs. He is currently Associate Director at Film Acting Bay Area and has written, produced and directed a number of short films working with students in his advanced acting classes.


Bus Stop runs March 3 through March 26, 2017 at Ross Valley Players. Click HERE for more information.