ANJELICA BETTE FELLINI (MARGOT)
Born and raised in Manhattan, New York, Anjelica started her training at School of American Ballet at 7 years old. It was there, through performing many leading child roles with The New York City Ballet, that she discovered her love for the stage. At 16, she performed in Susan Stroman's new musical Little Dancer. Upon graduating Ellison Ballet, Anjelica originated as one of the Corps de Ballet members in the new 25th Anniversary tour of The Phantom of the Opera. She has now also performed with The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway and is currently on the National Tour of Dirty Dancing.
DANIEL WARD (JACQUES)
Growing up in New York, as the son of a producer, Daniel was often around TV cameras since his mother brought him to work every chance she got. Daniel has always loved putting on shows at home with his two sisters, but he fell in love with being on stage and part of a cast at age eight when he was cast as Jerome in his town high school's performance of South Pacific. He went on to reprise the role, only this time professionally, for Westchester Broadway Theatre's four-month run of the show. Daniel has appeared in Huffington Post Original videos, on TLC, TimeForKids.com, Hallmark Channel and a few commercials.
PETER JENSEN (MAESTRO)
Prior to joining T. Schreiber Studio & Theatre as Artistic Director, Peter Jensen was a member of the Core Faculty of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and served as the 3rd year Academy Company Director. He studied with Terry Schreiber, Uta Hagen, Chuck Olsen (Actor’s Studio), 78th Street Theatre Lab. Peter directed his first film, Danni, written by Diane Reilly, currently playing in several festivals. As an actor, he has starred in such films as: Metamorphosis, The Bite, The Father, A Memory, Unexpected Company, The Trailer Park Prophet, Razor, as well as winner of the PBS Reel Short Contest.
BARBARA KINGSLEY (NANA)
Barbara Kingsley is a multi-tasking theater artist who has been in the business for nearly forty years. Stage performance credits include over two hundred productions – from Broadway to regional theaters across the country. She has appeared in an array of films and television shows, including: Best Man Down, Ticket Out, Deer Hill Road, Older than America, Grown Men: A Simple Plan, The Straight Story, Sweet Land, Overnight Delivery, Herman USA, and Here On Earth. Barbara was awarded the 2011 Minnesota State Arts Board/National Endowment for the Arts, Artist Initiative Grant in support of her first full-length play, Under This Roof, and the 2013 Minnesota Regional Arts Council Next Step Grant in support of her one-act play, I am Proof Of Me – A Final Visit with Emily Dickinson.