The world premiere of a new and uniquely contemporary American comedy for all of us searching for the essentials in life: adventure, friendship, and a boy who’s kind of like Hugh Grant! Join best friends, Drew and Jeffrey, as they journey across the pond on an outrageously funny quest for all three!
Friday, May 5 - Sunday, May 7
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CAST & CREW
Kate Crabtree (she/her) (Drew, Director, Producer, Playwright) is extremely passionate about this play and is thrilled to be sharing it at SALTLAND! She is currently in her final year of training for her BFA in Acting at the Syracuse University Department of Drama where she developed a love for both acting and writing. She has acted in many plays at Syracuse University including Failure: A Love Story, Love and Information, and Antigone: Presented by the Girls of St. Catherine’s. She has also studied in London at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre where she was able to see a wide variety of plays and to perform as Viola in a condensed production of Twelfth Night at the Globe. Additionally, she has performed in productions including Godspell, Tom Sawyer, The Princess and The Pea, and many more at various theaters in Atlanta. She has also worked as an assistant teaching artist at the Tony award-winning Alliance Theatre. She has taken numerous courses in playwriting and has written many short plays. The Queen of England is her first full-length play, and she can’t wait to share it! She would like to thank her family, friends, and professors for the amazing support she has received throughout her training at Syracuse and would like to give a special thanks to her professor, Zizi Majid, for her help throughout this journey!
Annie Comegno (she/her) (Grandma Agatha) is a sophomore acting major at Syracuse University from Moorestown, New Jersey. She was recently seen as White Lillie-Annie in the Syracuse University Department of Drama’s production of Barbecue. She is honored to work with this incredible company and is especially thankful for the amazing creative team that has supported her throughout this journey. She is also very grateful for the love and support from her friends, instructors, friends, and her caring family.
Seamus Doyle (he/him) (Oliver) is ecstatic to be performing at the SALTLAND Theatre Festival! A current BFA Acting Major at Syracuse University, Seamus is grateful to be working with his fellow students on new work. Recent credits include White James T. in Barbecue, at the Syracuse University Department of Drama.
Sarah Schultz (Lighting Designer) is a senior theater design and technology student at Syracuse University with a concentration in lighting design from the Chicago suburbs! Her credits include Barbecue (Syracuse University Department of Drama), Sender (Syracuse University Department of Drama), Our Dear Dead Drug Lord (Syracuse University Studio Project) and Lungs (Syracuse University Studio Project). She is super excited to be on this production and wants to give a shout out to everyone involved for an amazing job!
Angel Wai Yan Lam
Angel Wai Yan Lam (she/her) (scenic designer) is delighted to be designing this piece of new work at Saltland Theatre Festival. Born and raised in Hong Kong, she is currently a third-year student pursuing a BFA in Theatre Design and Technology at Syracuse University, with a minor in Public Communications Studies. Recent design credits include Dance Nation with Syracuse University Department of Drama Mainstage, Dealing Dreams with Syracuse University Black Box Players, and assistant designer in Disney’s The Little Mermaid with Syracuse Stage. Angel continues to explore herself as a multi-disciplinary artist in the theatre and classroom. See her portfolio on https://angellamwaiyan.myportfolio.com/
Anthony Tibolla (he/him/his) (Jeffrey) is a sophomore acting major at Syracuse University. He was recently seen as John N. Fail in the Syracuse University Department of Drama’s production on Failure: A Love Story. He’d like to thank his friends and family for their constant support.
Tobias Rytting (he/him) (Various Roles) is a sophomore musical theatre major from Houston, Texas. He was recently seen in the Syracuse University Department of Drama’s production of Barbecue as Black James T. He is really excited to be a part of
Amaan Khan (Costume Designer) is a graduating senior from Syracuse University. Previous credits include costume design on Barbecue dir. Gilbert McCauley, costume design on Our Dear Dead Drug Lord dir. Puaseisei Patu-Tanielu, costume design on
Lungs dir. Maxwell Evans, costume and scenic design on Eurydice dir. Savannah Devlin, and costume design on As You Like It dir. Rodney Hudson. He is so excited to be working with Kate and looks forward to the show! @amaankhandesigns
Hope Allen (She/Her) (Stage Manager) is a sophomore at Syracuse University studying Stage Management from York, Pennsylvania. Credits include PSM Spring Awakening, ASM Sender, H*llo K*tty Syndrome. She would like to give many thanks to the SU Drama’s Stage Management Faculty, Jim Clark, and her two Boston terriers, Oliver and Parker.