The Hound of the Baskervilles

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson were never so funny.  The game is afoot as three actors take on multiple roles, ala 39 Steps, to poke fun at the mystery and melodrama of the moor.

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Director………………..….......Gavin Cameron-Webb
Scenic Designer………........Isabel & Moriah Curley-Clay
Costume Designer.....…….Martha Bromelmeier
Lighting Designer……........Deanna Fitzgerald



Actor 2, Dr. Watson & Others..............................Michael Daly*
Actor 1, Sherlock Holmes & Others....................Patrick Noonan* 
Actor 3, Sir Henry Baskervilles & Others...........Tom Patterson*

*Denotes member of Actors' Equity Association. The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

Michael Daly is in his second season at Florida Studio Theatre, having performed in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare… Abridged in the 2010 season. Other credits include Pericles and Greater Tuna (Utah Shakespeare Festival), Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey), Peter Pan and Windy City (Walnut Street Theater) as well as several seasons at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival and the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre. Michael is married to actress Jeannie Naughton, and they have spent several seasons performing at the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre.

Patrick Noonan is excited to be returning to FST, after starring as King Arthur in Spamalot last season. Other FST credits include Jewtopia, The Mystery of Irma Vep, and Occupant. A proud veteran of America’s longest running play, he has starred in over 2000 performances of Shear Madness and just recently enjoyed another stint at the Kennedy Center this Spring. Favorite roles include Almost Maine (Off-Broadway), Murray in The Odd Couple (Cape Playhouse), and King Arthur in Spamalot (FST).

Tom Patterson – Previously at FST: Shotgun (dir. Kate Alexander).  New York: Sick (Coyote Rep); Streamers (440 Studios).  Regional: Ether Dome (Hartford Stage, Huntington Theatre Company); Ether Dome, Sideways (La Jolla Playhouse); Murder on the Nile, Bedroom Farce (Barnstormers); Arms and the Man (Electric Theatre Company); Of Mice and Men (Northern Stage).  National Tour: The Color of Justice (Theatreworks/USA).  AEA.  Training: UCSD (MFA).  He is originally from South Bend, Indiana.

Gavin Cameron-Webb (Director) is the former artistic director of the Studio Arena Theatre in Buffalo, NY and the Boston Shakespeare Company. He is currently a free-lance director residing in the Los Angeles area. Recent productions include Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead and Angels in America all in Southern California. His work has been seen across the nation from the Roundabout Theatre in New York to the Queen Mary in Long Beach.

Roy Johns (Production Stage Manager) is pleased to be returning after stage managing Hairspray this past season at Florida Studio Theatre. Though a newcomer to FST, he has had an exciting and varied career both on stage and behind the scenes. His performing has taken him from Tokyo Disneyland to the White House. Some of his stage managing credits include Crazy For You, Taking Shakespeare, Chapatti, and Don’t Dress For Dinner.

Martha Bromelmeier (Costume Designer) has designed hundreds of theatrical productions, some of the most memorable are The Kennedy Center Honors, the Tom Hanks, Shirley Maclaine and Barbara Cook tributes, The Red Eye of Love, Menopause The Musical, The Gory Details, Fallen Angels, 1776, Sweeney Todd, Tommy, Around the World in 80 Days, & The Gin Game. She has also worked with many leading ladies ranging from Patti LuPone, Glenn Close, Audra McDonald, Sutton Foster, Jessie Mueller, Laura Benanti, Kelli O’Hara, Laura Osnes, Patina Miller & Anna Kendrick.  Ms. Bromelmeier has a BFA from Ohio University’s Honors Tutorial College and an MFA from Carnegie Mellon University.

Deanna Fitzgerald (Lighting Designer) The Hound of the Baskervilles is Deanna Fitzgerald’s Florida Studio Theatre debut, but also a delightful homecoming to the theatres of Florida where she trained many years ago.  Designs include STOMP OUT LOUD in Las Vegas; Cirque Mechanics’ Boomtown, Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo and San Francisco Opera Merola’s La Boheme tours.  Other credits: Production Director, Opera Theater Music Festival in Lucca, Italy; Lighting Supervisor, the Santa Fe Opera; and Lighting Consultant, Original Broadway Cast tours of the Greater Tuna trilogy.

Isabel & Moriah Curley-Clay (Scenic Designers) Isabel and Moriah’s work can be seen on stages around the country. Past work at Florida Studio Theatre includes Inspired Lunacy, Taking Shakespeare, Hairspray, Dancing Lessons and Chapatti. Other favorite recent credits include scenic design of Detroit, Grand Concourse (Horizon theatre), Detroit ’67 (Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre) , and Murder Ballad (Actors Express) . Isabel and Moriah are the recipients of four Suzi Bass Awards, are Resident Scenic Designers at Atlanta’s Horizon Theatre, Artistic Associates at Theatrical Outfit and members of IATSE, United Scenic Artists 829. Moriah and Isabel are honored to be working with such an incredible cast and collection of artists.

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