Fall Cabaret: Do "NOT" Sing List Cast
Cass Dzielski (Cass Dzielski)
Cass is very excited to be in their second cabaret at Main st. 56 theater. Cass has also done other shows including being Anna in Spring Awakening (the Company Theatre), Dorine in Tartuffe (Genesee Community College), Justice in Rock Of Ages and many more. They want to thank Marc, their family and friends for always being there for them when they needed it.
Deacon Smith (Deacon Smith)
Deacon is a Sociology Major at SUNY Brockport, and is a graduate of GCC and Byron-Bergen where he was a member of NHS, Singing Silhouettes and various singing opportunities through NYSSMA. He has received vocal training from The Sarah Hill and Sophie Houseman. Deacon has performed in many stage productions over the course of his “acting career”. Some of his favorite roles include Dupree (Cry-baby), Fred (A Christmas Carol), George (Schoolhouse Rock Live), and Lamar (Godspell).
Elijah VanEpps (Elijah VanEpps)
Jacqueline Morrison (Jacqueline Morrison)
Jessica Brandt (Jessica Brandt)
Jess Brandt is making her Batavia Community Theater Debut! With a rich history of captivating thousands as a dynamic Cruise Director for Carnival Cruise Line, she now returns home, with an infectious enthusiasm, ready to channel her passion for entertainment into mesmerizing musical performances alongside her newfound friends.
Kendra Morrison (Kendra Morrison)
Kendra is excited to return to the Main St. 56 stage. She previously performed in Batavia Player's Summer Youth Theatre in roles such as "Bombalurina" in Cats and "Mrs. Walker" in The Who's Tommy. Kendra has also recently performed in Almost Maine, Antony and Cleopatra, and The Drowsy Chaperone.
Kristin Gelia (Kristin Gelia)
Kristin has performed with Batavia Players in Songs for a New World, Little Women the Musical, (Jo March), On Broadway 8,9,10, Grey Gardens (“Young” Edie), Annie (Grace Farrell), Mamma Mia! (Tanya), A Charles Dickens Christmas (Mrs. Furnival), Love Labour’s Lost, (Moth), Back on the Boards Again: A tribute to Stephen Sondheim, Uncle Vanya (Sonia), A Christmas Carol (Mrs. Cratchit), Almost Maine (Sandrine/Suzette), Cabaret-Opposites Attract, and The Drowsy Chaperone as Janet. Other past credits include Fiddler on the Roof (Chava), Guys and Dolls (Sarah Brown) and Les Miserables (Cosette). Kristin would like to thank Andy and her family for their love and support.
Maia Zerillo (Maia Zerillo)
Maia is a Senior at Notre Dame High School in Batavia. She has been performing with the Batavia players since she was 5 and has been in several of their On Broadway productions as well as Godspell, Newsies, A Charles Dickens Christmas, Our Town, A Most Average Musical, The Thriller Radio Revue, Love’s Labour’s Lost, The Importance of Being Earnest, Godspell, A Christmas Carol, Almost, Maine, The Drowsy Chaperone and Cry Baby. She has also performed in Shrek, The Wizard of Oz, Cinderella, and Mean Girls with the Notre Dame Drama Club. In her free time, Maia takes dance and vocal lessons, is on the ND Cheer squad, Debate Club, DECA, Scholastic Bowl and is in the Honor Society.
Marc Sapareto (Marc Sapareto)
Marc is very excited to be returning to the Batavia Players stage after his past performances in Cry Baby, Cabaret – Opposites Attract and The Drowsy Chaperone. Marc has played: Courfeyrac (Les Miserables), Audrey Two (Little Shop of Horrors), Cowboy (Crazy for You), Aldolpho (The Drowsy Chaperone) and The Defense (Nine Circles). Marc is a theater major at Genesee Community College. “Thank you, Mom, for your support and guidance.”
Peyton Woeller (Peyton Woeller)
Rylee Lippens (Rylee Lippens)
Rylee is making her debut at the Main St. 56 theater! She is excited to be spreading her wings, as this is her first show outside of her highschool! Rylee is going into her sophomore year with some of her past roles being Sister Hubert (Nunsense), and Aunt March (Little Women). She has also been invited to All County three times, participated in Stars of Tomorrow, as well as being in band and choir for 7 years! Rylee would like to thank her family for making it possible for her to do what she loves, her teachers/anyone that has helped her with her music and theater education, and her friends for encouraging her to be who she is!
Sarah Hill (Sarah Hill)
Seth Coburn (Seth Coburn)
Shaun Coburn (Shaun Coburn)