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Annabelle Bozarth (she/her)

Assistant Director

Annabelle Bozarth told her parents she would be on stage, so she will be (at the bow). She has done theatre since the forth grade and is enjoying her second year with Saxon Stage! She is a junior at Langley High school and her favorite (and only) extracurricular is theater. She would like to thank Mr. Kaufman for giving her this awesome role. She hopes you enjoy this enjoy this incredible show! LLCC

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Alexander Jia (he/him)

Assistant Technical Director

Alex Jia is in his junior year of high school and second year of theatre. He joined tech theatre last year out of a slight interest and need to fulfill an elective slot. Despite never being involved with any kind of theatre before he quickly began to learn the ins and outs of technical theatre and got to work closely with many of the previous seniors who taught him invaluable lessons and gave him incredible mentorship. Now, just a year later, he is excited to work as the assistant tech director for the first time. Please enjoy the show and while you do take note of all the wonderful work the whole tech crew has put into making the production.

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Lillian Weimer (she/her)

Stage Manager

Lillian Weimer is a sophomore, and this is her fourth show as a part of the stage management team! She was an ASM for Murder on the Orient Express, 26 Pebbles, and Freaky Friday, and is now one of the two stage managers (the other being the wonderful Izzy Steenburgh: the generous applesauce squeezy giver) for The Man Who Came to Dinner. She is so grateful for everyone's hard work on this show and the opportunity to work with them. She would also like to thank Jenny and the gophers for being incredible people to work with. In her free time, Lillian can often be found watching Gilmore Girls, reading, and re-arranging her room. She hopes everyone laughs as much as she will be backstage!

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Izzy Steenburgh (she/her)

Stage Manager

Isabella “Izzy” Steenburgh is a sophomore at Langley High School. This is her sixth Saxon Stage production, with her most recent shows being Lightning Thief and Freaky Friday. Izzy is a Cappies critic on the Langley team, and, as her campers informed her this summer, she is always in the theatre and it is often wondered what else she does. She would like to thank the lovely team of gophers for their constant humor, Jenny for being an amazing ASM, Lillian for keeping her sane, and the cast for being so hard working. She hopes everyone enjoys the show!

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Jenny Mears (any)

Assistant Stage Manager

Jenny Mears is a sophomore at Langley, and has been doing productions, whether on or off the stage, since 4th grade. Outside of theater she enjoys painting, singing, cooking and being with friends. They are a member of Langley’s Cappies Critic Team and are looking forward to Cappies! She would like to thank Mr Kaufman and the best stage management team ever for keeping her sane during rehearsals. They love working as an ASM and helping out with sound. Most importantly they hope everyone enjoys the show!! :)

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Conner Tone (he/him)

Head Gopher

Conner Tone is a junior at Langley High school, and this is his 5th show doing tech. He was, and still is, a part of run crew, and is currently also head gopher. He’s really excited about the show and would like to thank the rest of the stage management team for being awesome. Enjoy the show!

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Cassie Keating (she/her)

Lighting Head/Designer

Cassie Keating is a senior at Langley High School! This is her sixth show at Langley and her second as the lighting designer. Cassie would like to thank her assistant head Atlas for keeping her sane, the now graduated former tech heads who roped her into theater, and the entire lighting crew for being amazing, hard working individuals. In her free time, Cassie is a member of the Langley colorguard and winterguard as well as the Langley concert band program, and other theater programs outside of school. She hopes everyone enjoys the show even more than she does!

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Atlas Zecca (he/him)

Assistant Lighting Head

As a music addict with a lot of time to waste, Atlas is proud to be helping out with his 5th show as a Sophomore. Need him at all, you’ll probably find him napping before getting up to run around the school. He thanks his mom for bearing with so many “rehearsals running late, can you pick me up later?” texts, and a lot of last minute scheduled meetings. He thanks his friends for sticking by when staring into the lights would give him a headache. He would like to thank his crew and lighting group, especially Winter and Shae who joined this year, he’s very proud of the hard work they’ve done.

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Andy Powell (any)

Sound Head/Designer

Andy Powell is a junior at Langley High School and this is their third show leading sound for Saxon Stage. Andy has been pursuing tech for 5 years now including spending their summer studying technical theatre at Interlochen Center For the Arts. They would like to thank everyone who helped them get where they currently are and especially Mr. Kaufman for all he’s done. They also want to thank you, and hope you enjoy the show.

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Anna Jordan (she/her)

Assistant Sound Head

Anna Jordan is a sophomore and this is her second show on sound here at Langley. She is so grateful for all of the amazing and welcoming people she has been able to work with and meet at Saxon Stage. In her spare time she likes to play field hockey and hopes that everyone enjoys the show!

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Alina He (she/her)

Props Head/Designer

Alina is a junior at Langley High School and this is her first show as props head and her second show all together. She absolutely loves working in props and just making things in general! Ceramics, 3D art and prop making, digital illustration and design, and traditional studio art take up all of her free time and have for the past 14 years. Even during school hours, half of her schedule is spent in Langley’s art hallway… But she wouldn’t have it any other way! She loves Saxon Stage and her fantastic prop crew, but not as much as she loves her #1 supporter, all-around bestest most amazing person: her mother that funds literally everything she does with her time and money. She thanks everyone who came to watch the show, and sincerely believes that yes, you will have a good time.

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Logan Dooley (he/him)

Costume Head

Logan Dooley is in his junior year at Langley High School and is beyond ecstatic to have worked on the show this year. Having begun his costuming journey last year he has grown exponentially in his costuming knowledge and is incredibly grateful for the opportunity. Following in the footsteps of 6 decades of Langley Costumers was not an easy journey but he and his amazing crew (who he is immensely thankful for) have pushed onward to make this show the best it can be.

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Evey Burnette (they/them)

Assistant Costume Head

Evey Burnette is a sophomore, this is their second show, and they are excited to work on costumes again. They’ve been involved in theater since 2017, both school and community productions. This is their second year working in tech rather than acting. Outside of theater, Evey likes to paint, sew, go backpacking, and skateboard.

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Lily Bowers (she/they)

Makeup/Hair Head/Designer

Lily Bowers is a sophmore at Langley and has been doing theatre for 7 years! She went to a theater summer camp from 3rd-5th grade called the Theater Lab, which started their interest in theater. They have been taking theater classes in school since then! She was on props, run crew, and makeup crews for last year's shows, and took over makeup this year! They would like to thank BK for always being understanding, and the cast and crew for making theatre a great place!!

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Ashraya Suri (she/her)

Assistant Makeup/Hair Head

Ashraya is a sophomore at Langley and has been doing theater since the 5th grade. Although she’s mainly an actor, doing makeup is one of her favorite things. She enjoys the creative outlet that makeup gives her. Besides makeup, Ashraya likes to sing, crochet/knit, learn different languages, and annoy her dog. She would like to thank her friends and family for supporting her throughout her theater journey.

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Killian Korchnak (he/him)

Construction/Set Design Head

Killian Korchnak is a junior and this is his 3rd production as Construction Head but his first production as Set Designer. He is really excited to continue to grow as a creative but is incredibly grateful for the opportunity of being put into a leadership position. He would like to thank Mr. Kaufman for trusting him with the responsibility of the set shop. He would also like to thank his mother for encouraging him, no matter what he chooses to do. He hopes you can see the hard work the crews put into this awesome production! Enjoy the show!!

Victoria Scarpato (she/her)

Assistant Construction Head

Victoria Scarpato is a senior who’s been working on Langley shows for two years and was recently appointed Assistant Head of Construction. Her time here as allowed her to grow in her knowledge while taking on leadership positions. Every step of the process is memorable and it wouldn’t be anything without the people she works alongside. She hopes everyone appreciates the phenomenal efforts of the tech department.

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Stella Wang (she/her)

Assistant Set Design

Stella Wang is a Junior at Langley High School, and this is her second year working at Saxon Stage as a member of the set design team. She is thrilled to have been given the opportunity to work on her third show! She likes to watch movies, draw pictures and play tennis in her free time. She would like to thank all the cast and crew for their earnestness and enthusiasm throughout the whole rehearsal process, Izzy, Lillian for their phenomenal leadership, and for allowing her to set design, and Jenny for being an amazing ASM! She would also like to thank her family and friends for putting up with her busy schedule and copious amounts of rehearsals. She hopes everyone will enjoy the show!

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Talia-Rose Diorio (she/her)

Scenic Painting Head

Talia-Rose is finally a senior here at Langley High School! While Talia has acted for Saxon Stage in the Party Hop, Your Carving Footprint, Freaky Friday and The Lightening Thief, Talia was head scenic painter for Murder on The Orient Express and is honored to be in this position again! In her spare time, she runs cross country, paints, and writes her own work. She would like to thank her crew for making this show so much fun and thank BK for not making her paint another train. She hopes you enjoy the show!

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Catherine Dunn (she/her)

Assistant Scenic Painting

Catherine Dunn is a sophomore here at Langley. Her first show with Saxon Stage was in last year’s fall play in which she was in the construction and run crews. She also participated in the spring musical in which she was in the painting crew and orchestra. Catherine is so excited to be painting again for this production! In her spare time, she enjoys riding her bike and going to concerts. She hopes everyone enjoys the show!

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Sarah Hilton (she/her)

Social Media Manager

Sarah Hilton is a senior at Langley High School and is thrilled to be participating in her last play at Langley. She has performed and done tech for 9 shows at Langley and loves her Saxon Stage family. She has greatly enjoyed the play process so far and has utilized method acting for her role as a Conor Farah hater. She would like to thank BK and her amazing cast and crew for all of their hard work and she hopes everyone enjoys the show!

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Eva Cardenas (she/her)

Marketing Head

Eva Cardenas is a senior at Langley High School. She has been in many different shows throughout her schooling career, from Colonel Brandon in Sense and Sensibility to Torrey in Freaky Friday. She's not just on stage, she has also been in numerous tech roles like assistant stage manager, props master, and currently the head of marketing. Outside of theatre she enjoys reading, watching movies, hanging out with her friends and puppy. She hopes that her marketing skills worked and you enjoy the show.

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Aryana Molaiy (she/her)

Assistant Marketing Head

Aryana Molaiy is a sophomore at Langley High School and this is her second production with the Saxon Stage. She is very proud to have been given the opportunity of being assistant head of marketing and would like to thank Siy and Eva, the FOH and marketing co-heads, for their amazing work throughout the whole process. She would also like to thank her parents for driving her to and from school whenever needed. Aryana is very excited to be a part of this production and many more to come! Thank you, and enjoy the show!

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Siy Schroeder (she/her)

Front of House Head

Siy Schroeder is a senior here at Langley. This is her 3rd show with Saxon Stage and she is very excited for theater during her senior year. She is so happy to be apart of this community and is very greatful for the friends that have come with it. She would like to give a special thanks to her family, her friends, and her dog for their love and support. In her freetime she likes to write, watch anime, and play Jedi Fallen Order. Siy would like you all to sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!

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Maria Maza Rion (she/her)

Assistant Front of House Head

Maria Maza-Rion is a sophomore and is commonly known as Jojo. She's always loved theater and singing. Maria loves the program and loves all the hard work that everyone puts into every show. She's so glad she gets to be part of The Man Who Came To Dinner.

Stage Management

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(back row, from left to right) Anna Suh, Daniel Qiu, Conner Tone, Jenny Mears, (front row, from left to right) Izzy Steenburgh, and Lillian Weimer 

Lillian Weimer (she/her)

Stage Manager

See bio above

Jenny Mears (any)

Assistant Stage Manager

See bio above

Daniel Qiu (he/him)

Gopher

Daniel is a sophomore (and new student) here at Langley High School! While this is his first show at Langley, he’s been doing theatre since 6th Grade. His recent roles in productions including stage managing both Puffs and Musical Comedy Murders, and assistant stage managing A Christmas Carol the Musical while also performing in the ensemble. He’d like to thank the amazing stage managers and Mr. Kaufman for giving him this opportunity, as well as Conner and Anna, the (better) gophers. He’d also like to thank his dad for being an excellent chauffeur after each and every rehearsal. He hopes you enjoy the show! Slay.

Izzy Steenburgh (she/her)

Stage Manager

See bio above

Conner Tone (he/him)

Head Gopher

See bio above

Anna Suh (she/her)

Gopher

Anna Suh is a freshman, and this is her second show and first show as a Gopher! She is so grateful that she was given the chance to help out theater with a wonderful team. She would like to thank her mom who is always picking me up and her gopher team for staying with me afterschool til late everyday. In her free time, she likes to draw, code, and hangout with her friends. She hopes that everyone enjoys the show as much as she has! Everyone worked so hard on it.

Lighting 

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(back row, from left to right) Shae Tu, Atlas Zecca, Erin Young, (front row, from left to right) Declan O'Rourke, Aaron Pasztor, and (not pictured) Cassie Keating 

Cassie Keating (she/her)

Lighting Designer/Head

See bio above

Shae Tu (she/her)

Spotlight Operator

Shae Tu is a freshman at Langley! This is her first show working backstage and is eager for the final product. Outside of school, Shae likes to build jigsaw puzzles and paper crafts. She would like to thank the cast and crew for all doing their best to make the show the best it can be. Lastly, she hopes that you enjoy the show.

Declan O'Rourke (he/him)

Spotlight Operator

Atlas Zecca (he/him)

Assistant Lighting Head

See bio above

Erin Young (she/her)

Spotlight Operator

Erin is a junior at Langley and this is her fifth show working backstage in Saxon Stage! She is really happy to be working with the lighting crew and enjoys her time working with Cassie, Atlas, Aaron, Shae, and Winter! She would also like to thank everyone for their hard work put into this production and hope everyone would enjoy the show!

Aaron Pasztor (he/him)

Videographer

Declan O'Rourke is a sophomore here at Langley High School and this is his first show as part of the lighting crew. He is thankful for the talented members of the lighting crew and all of the information he has learned from them. He would also like to thank his parents as they are dealing with his busy combination of theater and sports. In his spare time he enjoys reading, listening to music, and swimming.

Sound

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(back row, from left to right) Lindsay Nguyen, Jenny Mears, Luka He (front row, from left to right) Anna Jordan, Andy Powell, (not pictured) Bowen Han, Nathaniel Lee, Zack Gast

Andy Powell (any)

Sound Designer/Head

See bio above

Luka He (she/her)

Sound Crew

Luka He is a sophomore at Langley High School and this is her third show at Saxon Stage! She has pursued many different tech positions: props, painting, run, and now sound crew. She is thankful for the warm and loving community here in theatre, who have all encouraged her to grow as a individual. Luka likes to listen to music, craft, and sleep in her free time. She hopes everyone will love the show just like herself!

Lindsay Nguyen (she/her)

Sound Crew

Lindsay Nguyen is a freshmen, and this is her first time being a part of a theatre tech crew! She's really happy to be able to work in sound, and really likes all the people she has met while working in this play. In her free time, she likes to listen to music, edit videos, play the drums and piano, and crochet. She hopes you enjoy the show!

Bowen Han (he/him)

Sound Crew

Bowen Han is a freshman, and this is his third show as part of stage crew! He is excited to work in sound crew with such welcoming people that can help him develop his knowledge about sound crew. He enjoys playing games, reading, and hanging out with friends.

Anna Jordan (she/her)

Assistant Lighting Head

See bio above

 Nathaniel Lee (he/him)

Sound Crew

Nathaniel Lee is a freshman at Langley and is excited to be participating in his first show! He is extremely grateful to be on sound crew and to have met and worked with such amazing people. He likes to draw and play volleyball in his free time. He wishes that everyone has had a lot of fun working on the show!

Jenny Mears (any)

Sound Crew

Jenny Mears is a sophomore at Langley, and has been doing productions, whether on or off the stage, since 4th grade. Outside of theater she enjoys painting, singing, cooking and being with friends. They are a member of Langley’s Cappies Critic Team and are looking forward to Cappies! She would like to thank Mr Kaufman and the best stage management team ever for keeping her sane during rehearsals. They love working as an ASM and helping out with sound. Most importantly they hope everyone enjoys the show!! 

Zack Gast (he/him)

Sound Crew

Zack Gast is a freshman at Langley, and this is his 3rd show, second as sound. He also was stage manager for his first play. He spends his free time working, and playing games online with his friends.

Costumes

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(back row, from left to right) Lorna Evans, Logan Dooley (front row, from left to right) Hannah Whalen, Evey Burnette, and (not pictured) Kimi Gregg

Logan Dooley (he/him)

Costume Designer/Head

See bio above

Hannah Whalen (she/her)

Costume Crew

Hannah Whalen is a senior and this is her first show as part of the Saxon Stage crew. She’s worked on multiple classical ballet performances in the past, and has been enjoying the world of theater immensely. She also does freelance work as an artist and designer, and loves the intersection of art and costume that she employed for this production. She hopes you enjoy the show!

Evey Burnette (they/them)

Assistant Lighting Head

See bio above

 Lorna Evans (she/her)

Costume Crew

Lorna Evans is a sophomore at Langley High School and this is her 2nd production she's been in at Langley. Overall, she's been in 6 different shows and did run crew for one of them. This year, she is acting, understudying, and doing costumes crew! In the free time she has, she does competitive ballroom dance and loves to sing, play instruments, write, and draw! She would like to thank her friends, her family, the cast and crew, and of course, Mr. Kaufman, for all the opportunities she's been given and the amazing work done for the show this year. She hopes you enjoy the play as much as she has enjoyed acting these past 5 years and hopefully you come back to see another production sometime soon!

Kimi Gregg (she/her)

Costume Crew

Construction

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(back row, from left to right) Sreeja Vemuri, Katherine Czarnecki, Charlotte Gould, Victoria Scarpato, (middle row, from left to right) Nicholas Kizelewicz (front row, from left to right) Mo Rees, Killian Korchnak, Q Sabir, (not pictured) Sanika Meka, Izzy Montesinos Davis, Kyra Eksi, and Mia Jonelle Laws 

Killian Korchnak (he/him)

Construction Head/Set Designer

See bio above

Stella Wang (she/her)

Assistant Set Designer

See bio above

Victoria Scarpato (she/her)

Assistant Construction Head

See bio above

Sreeja Vemuri (she/her)

Construction Crew

Sreeja Vemuri is a sophomore at Langley High School, and this is her first show on the set construction team! She is thankful for the opportunity to be a part of the wonderful Langley High School Saxon Stage. In her free time, she likes to read, hike, and spend time with her birds. She hopes you enjoy the show!

Katherine Czarnecki (she/her)

Construction Crew

Katherine Czarnecki is a freshman and this is her first show on Construction Crew. Helping assemble this show has been a new and exciting experience for her and she's happy to be a part of it. She has only ever taken one tech theatre class, as she is mostly an art student. In her spare time she draws, listens to music, plays guitar and bass, and practices for color guard. She hopes that the show reflects the hard work of every crew and cast member and that everyone enjoys it!

Nicholas Kizelewicz (he/him)

Construction Crew

Nicholas Kizelewicz is a junior, and new to tech theater. He tried to do it back in 8th grade, but then covid struck, and it didn't work out. He's trying again this year, to much more promising results. In his free time, he can always be found reading something: a book, a news article, a wiki page... It's his hope that the show brings you as much enjoyment as it has him!

Charlotte Gould (they/them)

Construction Crew

Charlotte is a freshman at Langley High School. They took theater classes in 7th and 8th grade, but have always had an interest in theater, whether it be on the stage or behind the scenes. In their spare time, they enjoy art and spending time with their cats! They would like to thank their family for making time to pick them up after school, and their friends for always being supportive and making this experience extra fun.

Sanika Meka (she/her)

Construction Crew

Sanika Meka is a freshman, so this is her first show in Langley High School! This is Sanika's first show (other than the one she did in 3rd grade), so its a very exciting and totally new experience for her! Sanika has also doubled up as a member of tech crew, doing construction. Sanika has loved the experience of meeting many lovely and welcoming new people, trying new things out, and finally being part of the cast in one of Langley High School's theatre show! Apart from theatre, Sanika enjoys playing piano, basketball, writing, engineering, and other creative activities. Sanika is so grateful she got to work along with the entire cast and crew as well as appear in this show, and she is excited to perform what the entire team has been working on!

Q Sabir (he/him)

Construction Crew

Q Sabir is a freshmen at Langley high school this is his first show on construction crew and he is so happy he got on this crew and is happy for the friends he made and hopes people enjoy the the show he helped make

Mia Jonelle Laws (she/her)

Construction Crew

Mo Rees (he/him)

Construction Crew

Mo Rees is a freshman at Langley High School, and this is the third theatrical production he's been involved in. He joined the construction crew for The Man Who Came to Dinner and has had fun working on the set over the past few weeks. Outside of school, he enjoys reading and cycling. He would also like to thank all the cast and crew for their hard work, and the audience for coming to the show!

Izzy Montesinos Davis

Construction Crew

Mia Laws is a freshman at Langley High School. She began acting in sixth grade and has been in many productions since then. Although this is her first year doing crew for a production she says she thinks she'll really enjoy it and that she hopes she can be apart of future Langley productions as well. In her leisure time she enjoys playing sports, hanging out with friends, and baking. She hopes everyone can sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!

Kyra Eksi 

Construction Crew

Scenic Painting

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(back row, from left to right) Clemence Zou, Yasmine Said, Frankie Diorio, Inayah Mirza, Catherine Dunn, (front row, from left to right) Zachary Ulman, Katie Chen, (not pictured) Talia-Rose Diorio, and Elena Merrills

Talia-Rose Diorio (she/her)

Scenic Painting Head

See bio above

Clemence Zou (she/her)

Scenic Painting Crew

Clemence Zou is a freshman, and this is her first show as one of the technical crew! She always had a passion for art and is honored to be a scenic painter on the show! She is grateful for being a part of something at Langley and is excited being in a new environment from middle school. In her free time, she draws and takes classes for art, plays volleyball, and practices guitar as a hobby. She hopes you guys enjoy the show and wants to say thanks to everyone on tech crew for the great experience in her first year at high school!

Catherine Dunn (she/her)

Assistant Scenic Painting Head

See bio above

Inayah Mirza (she/her)

Scenic Painting Crew

Inayah Mirza is a sophomore at Langley High School and this is her first time working on the Saxon stage crew and shows. She's enjoyed her time on the scenic painting crew and is grateful for the opportunity to meet so many amazing people. She hopes that people will all be able to see the heart and effort that went into production as much as she has.

Zachary Ulman (he/him)

Scenic Painting Crew

Zachary Ulman is a freshman who is ecstatic to be participating in his second show with Saxon Stage, and his first show as part of the stage crew. Previously, Zachary has been an avid participant in theatre with Saxon stage, including his work as a cast member for Langley High School’s musical production of Freaky Friday, and as an inducted member of Langley’s Thespian Honor Society. Zachary is also an esteemed and experienced artist who draws much passion from his visual artwork, and is extremely happy to be working with the Scenic Painting Crew to help make this show come to life. He would like to thank his crew and crew head for their guidance and support and he hopes you all enjoy the show!

Katie Chen (she/her)

Scenic Painting Crew

Katie Chen is a sophmore, and this is her third show at Langley. She is also in marching band and International Thespian Society! In her free time, she likes watching movies, spending time with her friends, and baking.

Frankie Diorio (he/him)

Scenic Painting Crew

Yasmine Said (she/her)

Scenic Painting Crew

Elena Merrills (she/her)

Scenic Painting Crew

Front of House
& Marketing

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Marketing/Front of House Crew: (back row, from left to right) Abhi Mogili, Casper Huang, Caleb Toronto, (front row, from left to right) Eva Cardenas, Aryana Molaiy, (not pictured) Niya Coleman, Mia Jonelle Laws, Sarah Shilinsky, Siy Schroeder, and Maria Maza Rion

Siy Schroeder (she/her)

Front of House Head

See bio above

Eva Cardenas (she/her)

Marketing Head

See bio above

Casper Huang (he/him)

FOH/Marketing Crew

Casper Huang is a sophomore here at Langley High School, and this is his first time being in the Marketing Crew! He is very excited to work with his friends and loves helping the crews paint, decorate, and entertain. In his spare time, he plays the piano, draws, and watches movies. He hopes you enjoy the show and wants to thank all his friends in the cast and crew for making his first experience so fun!​​

Maria Maza Rion (she/her)

Assistant Front of House Head

See bio above

Aryana Molaiy (she/her)

Assistant Marketing Head

See bio above

Caleb Toronto (he/him)

FOH/Marketing Crew

Caleb Toronto is a sophomore at Langley High School, and loves to play soccer and cook. When it comes to theater, Caleb is experienced - having acted in Freaky Friday and done tech multiple times throughout his theatrical career. Caleb thanks the cast and crew, as well as Mr. Kaufman, for giving him this opportunity, and allowing him to learn and grow in the theater community.​​

Mia Jonelle Laws (she/her)

FOH/Marketing Crew

See bio above

Sarah Shilinsky

FOH/Marketing Crew

See bio above

Niya Coleman

FOH/Marketing Crew

See bio above

Abhi Mogili

FOH/Marketing Crew

See bio above

Props

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Props Crew: (back frow, from left to right) Caroline Mayer, Gauri Pillai, and (front row) Alina He, and (not pictured) Cara DeFilipps 

Alina He (she/her)

Props Head

See bio above

Gauri Pillai (she/they)

Props Crew

Gauri Pillai is a freshman, and this is her first High School Show. She has done both acting and tech roles in Middle School. They are proud to be here for "The Man Who Came To Dinner." and hopes that everyone will enjoy the show. Some of their hobbies in Drawing, Watching Movies and Reading Books. She hopes you enjoy the show and would like to thank her cast and crew for being so helpful!

Caroline Mayer (she/her)

Props Crew

Caroline Mayer is a freshman and this is her second show she's been a part of, the first at Langley. She’s so excited and grateful to be a part of this amazing show and has really enjoyed watching it all come together. Everyone here is just so good at what they do and she is truly lucky to get to work with them. In her free time, she likes to read, see new places, and go on walks. She hopes you have a wonderful time and enjoy the show, thank you for coming!

Cara DeFilipps (they/them)

Props Crew

Cara DeFilipps is a sophomore, and this is their second show as a part of the props crew. They are very happy to be a part of the theatre community. They would like to thank their family and friends for putting up with them. Enjoy the show!

Makeup

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Makeup Crew: (back row, from left to right) Jude Quol, Eesha Kaushik, Clara Baker, (front row, from left to right) Lily Bowers, Ashraya Suri, and (not pictured) Anna Cox

Lily Bowers (she/they)

Makeup Head

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Jude Quol (they/them)

Makeup Crew

Jude Quol is a sophomore, and this is their third show working with the lovely makeup crew!! They are so exited to work with old friends and make new ones along the process. They would also like to thank her friends and family for all the help and the reminders. When their not at theater she likes to watch shows, sometimes read, and go to the gym. Hope you enjoy the show!!

Eesha Kaushik (she/her)

Makeup Crew

Ashraya Suri (she/her)

Assistant Makeup Head

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Anna Cox (she/her)

Makeup Crew

Anna Cox is a sophomore, and this is her second production with Saxon Stage. She was in cast for Langley's production of Freaky Friday while simultaneously playing tenor sax in the pit. This is her first time doing crew! In her spare time, she involves herself with Langley's band programs, playing the bari sax for the Langley Wind Symphony and marching band, while also participating in jazz band. She would like to thank everyone who supported her, especially her close friends and her wonderful makeup heads Lily and Ashraya. Enjoy the show!

Clara Baker 

Makeup Crew

Eesha Kaushik is a freshman at Langley High School. She has being working on the crew for about 3 years, and is super excited to be involved with Saxon Stage. Her experience in crew has always been awesome and she's always had so much fun. She is so lucky to be surrounded by positive, caring people in theater and is honored to be chosen to be in this community. In her spare time, she participates in a few extracurriculars like Science Olympiad and Model UN. She would like to thank her best friend who, as an actor, pushed her to do the tech crew and started her journey in theater. She also wants to thank the wonderful cast and crew for all their efforts. She hopes you enjoy the show!