The Frog Prince
Amaryllis, a spoiled but beautiful princess is forced to deal with her shortcomings when she encounters a down to earth Frog with an amazing secret.
Cindy De La Cruz
Patrick A. Jackson
RACHEL COLLINS is a Cincinnati, Ohio native who recently received her BFA in Theater Performance from Ohio University through their Honors Tutorial College. Favorite university credits include: The Magnificent Masked Hearing Aid (Tess- World Premiere), Happy Days (Winnie), and Man Equals Man (Mr. Wang/Ensemble). She would like to thank her family and friends for their love and support in this and every endeavor.
CINDY DE LA CRUZ is a graduate of the "fame" school in New York City as a drama major. Most recently she worked with Elizabeth Swados in the original musical Sosua: Dare to Dance. Other credits include Solid Ground (mass transit theater company) including a documentary of the process and various commericals and promos. Her favorite roles have been Rosannah in Brilliant Traces and Billy in Solid Ground.
PATRICK A. JACKSON is an actor, playwright and teaching artist here at FST. Originally from Richmond, VA, Patrick earned his BA in Drama from Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA. He was seen last year on the FST stage as a part of FST Improv, Under Six and as King Arciform in The Frog Prince. Other theatrical credits include: Between Women-the web series, Fences (Spelman College) and TeaPARTY (Ansley Park Playhouse). His play, REDplus was recently produced as a part of the DC Black Theatre Festival this past June. He looks forward to his second year as an acting apprentice here at FST and can't wait to see what this season will bring. www.patrickajackson.com
DAN PHOENIX is a recent graduate of SUNY Oswego in Oswego, NY where he earned degrees in Music and Meteorology. At SUNY Oswego he studied piano performance, showcasing the works of Bach, Schubert, Chopin, and Gershwin at recitals and concerts as well as performing with the Oswego College/Community Orchestra. As a guitarist, Dan performed with the Oswego State Latin Jazz Ensemble and was in the pit for Bare: A Pop Opera.
LYLE UTTLEY received his BFA in Acting and Scenic Design form Avila University in Kansas City, MO in December 2011. Lyle has worked actively in numerous theatres in Kansas City, most of his time was spent working with Theatre for Young America. Some of his favorite roles have included: Tommy in The Who’s Tommy, Arnold in The Boys Next Door, Nick Bottom in A Midsummer Nights Dream, and Laertes in Hamlet.
Director | Kate Alexander
Scenic Designer | Marcella Beckwith
Costume Designer | Kristina Sneshkoff
Lighting Designer | Kate DeWall
Sound Designer | Tom Korp