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Jeremy DeCarlos (Cuddy) is an actor, writer and musician with a Bachelor of Arts in Theater Performance. Though born in Florence, South Carolina in the early 1980's, he was raised across the state, in the rural areas of Florence and Marion County as well as Myrtle Beach and the capitol city, Columbia.  After earning his BA from Winthrop University, he moved to Charlotte, North Carolina where he has been frequently involved with Actor's Theatre of Charlotte. He has become a notable figure in the artistic community, having earned the honor of Charlotte Magazine's Best Actor in Charlotte Award in 2012, 2013 and 2015


Audrey Deitz (Elizabeth) @audreydeitz is a theater and film actor based out of Atlanta, GA and repped by JTA Talent of Charlotte. Previous professional stage roles include Lucille Frank in Parade (Alluvion Stage Company), Morticia Addams in The Addams Family (Cumberland County Playhouse) and Madame Thenardier in Les Miserables (Peach State Summer Theatre). She has had a wonderful experience working with Charlotte Conservatory Theatre on their production of Jen Silverman’s Witch, and she looks forward to watching the company blossom under it’s visionary leadership! When she’s not acting you can find her producing and directing films with her husband @isaacdeitz and their incredible film community in Atlanta, @kick.the.ladder .


Savannah Deal (Winnifred) is a producer and arts administrator. A graduate of Davidson College, she co-founded SiCK Productions Theatre Co. in 2016 and served as producer for We Are Not These Hands (Studio 1212), How to Separate Your Soul From Your Body (Warehouse PAC) and Meet Me at Dawn (Davidson College). She has worked nationally with Penumbra Theatre Company, Barrington Stage Company, McCarter Theatre Center, and Warehouse Theatre (Greenville). She currently works with JazzArts Charlotte. 

Stephen Kaliski (Scratch) is a director, playwright, actor, and educator. He was recently the Resident Director of Broadway's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, directed by Jack O'Brien. Playwriting credits include West Lethargy, which was published in Plays and Playwrights 2011 (ed. Martin Denton), His Minute Hand, Any May Now, The Briefly Dead, and The Refugees, which he just directed in NYC this summer. He has worked with such directors as Austin Pendleton (Three Sisters, Assistant Director) and Michael Grandage (Evita on Broadway, SDC Traube Fellow) as well as with The Royal Shakespeare Company, Classic Stage Company, and LAByrinth Theater Company. Stephen received his BA in English from Davidson College and his MFA in directing from Brooklyn College. He’s taught acting, directing, public speaking, and master classes on leadership and joy at Fordham, Brooklyn College, NYU, LIU Post, Yale, The Professional Performing Arts School, Talent Unlimited High School, and BMCC. He is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre and Writing Studies at Davidson College.



Ron McClelland (Sir Arthur) is a graduate of the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama. Some theatre companies he’s worked with include The Pittsburgh Public Theatre, City Theatre, and the Intiman Theatre in Seattle. Locally you may have seen Ron as Sizwe in “Sizwe Banzi Is Dead” at the Carolina Actors Studio Theater (CAST), King Headly in On Q Production’s “Seven Guitars”, and as Fred Gailey in “A Miracle On 34th Street” at The Charlotte Children’s Theater. Ron is a Visiting Asst. Professor of Acting at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte.



Dominic Weaver (Frank) started his acting journey at Winston-Salem State University. He studied under professionals like Avis Gray, Faiger Blackwell, Todd Bridges, Ron Dortch and April Turner. Film/TV credits include Blood Done Sign My Name, Leather Heads, Homeland, Banshee, Seeing Faith (Hosea/Jezreel), Reflections (Devin), and Trahison (Ricardo). Theatre credits include Fabulation or The Reeducation of Undine (Flow/Herve/Ensemble), The Amen Corner (Brother Boxer), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Pontius Pilate), The Explorers Club (Luigi), Purlie Victorious (Purlie Victorious Judson), Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, Fences, Two Trains Running, Jitney, Sweat and Death of a Salesman. Dominic would like thank the Great cast, crew and YOU as the audience for supporting the Arts and Charlotte Conservatory... Without YOU none of it would be possible...

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