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 Who's Who


Seth Reichgott (Martin) is pleased to be in this production. He starred last year in The Lantern Theater's very successful production of New Jerusalem. An actor, director, and writer, Seth has worked with InterAct, the Walnut, the Arden, the Wilma, and Mum Puppettheatre, among others. He has twice been a co-recipient of the Barrymore Award for Outstanding Ensemble. Seth tours his solo Greek mythology show, Chariot of the Sun, to elementary and middle schools each year in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland. Seth is an associate member of the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble and a graduate of Wesleyan University and the Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre.


Earnest L Philips (Max) is excited to be a part of this production. Stage work includes Mr. Green in Visiting Mr. Green, Fred Bailey and Homer in Skin of Our Teeth, Theater Manager in The Dresser and Mr. Gibbs in Arsenic and Old Lace.
Other theater: Robert Shallow in The Merry Wives of Windsor, Sam Nash in Plaza Suite, Vinny in the Odd Couple.
Film credits include: Friend in, In Her Shoes, Jimmy in The Art of Trash: Patrick Hastings in The Miracle of the Lights, a network television production of It's a Miracle.

 

Neill Hartley (Director) is involved in several aspects of professional theater. As an actor, he has appeared with many regional companies including the Arden, InterAct, and Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre. He shared a best ensemble Philadelphia Barrymore award for Batboy: The Musical, for 1812 Productions. Neill has six one-man shows that he regularly presents, and his work can be seen in commercials, films, and voice-overs. Neill is the artistic director for Acting Without Boundaries, a theater company for young adults with physical disabilities. He has also directed for many other regional theater companies and universities. For Theater at KI, Neill directed Harry and Eddie and Love Letters. He is an assistant professor of voice and speech at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia and holds an MFA in acting from Temple University.



Sandi Philips (Producer) is happy to be producing this excellent play. She was seen at Theatre at KI as Bluma Jacobson in Harry and Eddie and has appeared in several Neil Simon plays as Cecily Pigeon in The Odd Couple and Karen Nash in Plaza Suite. She was Executive producer for several plays at Theatre at KI; Visiting Mr. Green, Love Letters and Imagining Madoff.