Zombie Prom Creative & Crew

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Director
Dek Ingraham
Dek Ingraham is a Pittsburgh-based director, actor, administrator, educator, and life-long student of theatre. Some of his most memorable projects include directing the North American premiere of Phil Willmott’s The Master’s Boy and associate directing the London premiere of The Guys by Anne Nelson. From 2006-2012 he served as a founding member and Managing Artistic Director of Phase 3 Productions. He is the creator of Prime Stage Theatre’s Second Stage series where he developed an evening of the speeches of John F. Kennedy to mark the 50th anniversary of his assassination that now resides in the Kennedy Presidential Library. He held the position of Festival Director for the Pittsburgh New Works Festival from 2015 - 2021 where he has also served on the board of directors since 2010. Before joining the SSA community in July of 2021, he proudly served the arts community of the Pittsburgh region for 13 years as a staff member at the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council. Dek studied Theatre at Marietta College and, after a 15-year hiatus, completed his undergraduate degree at Chatham University in 2020 where he now teaches as an adjunct professor of theatre. He holds an MFA in Directing and Theatre Pedagogy.
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Music Director
Jeff Gross
Jeff Gross considers himself to be a very lucky man fortunate enough to find fulfillment from his two greatest passions: teaching and performing. He has been a part of the Shady Side community since 2011 having started out teaching Middle School Chorus and Strings, was Director of Admission there for a while, and this is his second year directing the choral and strings ensembles here at the Senior School. He finds the most difficult adjustment has been no longer having any height advantage over his students. Gross has performed over 30 leading roles in opera, operetta, and musical theater with Microscopic Opera, Quantum Theatre, The Theatre Factory, Pittsburgh Savoyards, Pittsburgh Opera, Undercroft Opera, Opera Theater of Pittsburgh, Greensburg American Opera, and Chatham Baroque. These days the majority of his performing is with the Pittsburgh Opera Chorus, the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, and Voces Solis, a semi-professional chamber chorus.
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Set and Lighting Designer/ Technical Director
Austin Davidheiser
Austin Davidheiser is Shady Side Academy's Technical Director and has designed sets, lights and/or sound for over two dozen SSA theatrical productions during his 13 years at the Academy. During that time he has enjoyed mentoring many students on SSA's stage crew. He was fortunate enough to travel to Edinburgh, Scotland twice with SSA students who were selected to perform at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. With over 25 years of professional experience, Mr. Davidheiser has had the opportunity of working in nonprofit, professional, industrial and educational theater (both at the university and high school level). A transplant from the eastern side the state (E-A-G-L-E-S, Eagles!). Mr. Davidheiser received a BA in Theater Arts from DeSales University and studied lighting design at Ohio University. Prior to coming to SSA he worked as the Technical Director for Kutztown University’s Speech, Communications and Theater department, designing lights as well as overseeing the construction and installation of, among others, Kutztown’s production of Lucky Stiff, which was selected to attend the KCACTF regional competition in 2006. Some notable credits at SSA include On The Verge (2010); Into the Woods (2015); The Addams Family (2017); Little Shop of Horrors (2019); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2020 Prime Stage Drama award winner for Best Crew); She Kills Monsters (2021) and Pippin (2022 Gene Kelly award winner for Lighting Design). Most recently Austin designed the set and lights for last November’s production of Puffs.
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Choreographer
Dr. Amanda Olmstead
Dr. Amanda Olmstead is delighted to be working on her seventh production at Shady Side Academy. Some of her SSA credits include West Side Story (2013), Mystery of Edwin Drood (2020), and Chicago (2023). Dr. Olmstead is currently faculty in the Theatre Arts department at the University of Pittsburgh as well as in the School of Drama at Carnegie Mellon University. She also teaches for the English, Communications, & Literature department at Golden Gate University. During the summer she acts as the Director of SSA’s middle school summer program, Camp Ren. Choreographing for SSA senior school musicals is one of Dr. O’s brightest joys. She is incredibly grateful for our incomparable production and creative team and wants to send a huge shout-out and thanks to her Dance Captain, Hanna, for jumping into the musical chaos headfirst and stepping up as an inspiring young artist. And to her Assistant Choreographer, Abby, for all of her incredible creativity, enthusiasm, patience, and leadership—truly, we could not have done this monster show without you! All of the love and thanks to our cast and crew—and to our Zombie Prom!
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Conductor
Ian Hughes
Ian Hughes is in his sixth year as a faculty member at Shady Side Academy, and his first as Director of Bands at the Senior School. Prior to joining the Academy, he taught band, general music, orchestra, and chorus at Riverview School District, Commodore Perry School District, and Robert Morris University. He received his BA in Music from Grove City College, his M. Ed. in Independent School Leadership from George Mason University, and has done graduate work in music at Duquesne University and The Juilliard School. This is Ian’s second production at Shady Side Academy, having directed the Gene-Kelly-award-nominated pit orchestra for Chicago in 2023. Musical theater is a genre he has loved since his parents took him to see a touring production of West Side Story as a young child. One of his theater highlights is playing both Uncle Henry AND French horn in the pit orchestra for his high school's production of The Wizard of Oz.
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Costume Designer
Rachel S Parent
Rachel S Parent-Chicago based costume designer. MFA from Carnegie Mellon. Thank you for supporting LIVE theatre.
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Assistant Technical Director
Tron McConnell
Tron McConnell (Class of 1971) had been a member of stage crew (specializing in sound and lighting) when he was a student at SSA, and has been assisting with the winter musical productions at the Academy since 2008. He has worked on the productions of “Barnum”, “Guys and Dolls”, ”Kiss Me Kate”, “The Music Man”, “West Side Story”, “Grease”, “Into The Woods”, “Curtains”, “The Addams Family”, “Anything Goes”, “Little Shop of Horrors”, “The Mystery of Edwin Drood”, “Pippin”, “Chicago”, and this year's production of "Zombie Prom". He finds that his engineering background is an asset for the design and construction tasks with which he is involved. Mr. McConnell wants to thank Austin Davidheiser and Dek Ingraham for giving him the opportunity to work with them on this year’s production and he also wishes to thank the cast, production staff, and pit orchestra for their efforts. And finally, he wishes to thank the students on stage crew with whom he has worked this year, for their dedication, their positive attitude, and their hard work.
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Production Manager
Amy Davidheiser
Amy Davidheiser serves the Academy as calendar and spirit store coordinator and has had the pleasure mentoring SSA's student stage managers since 2013. She previously worked as an Equity and educational stage manager for more than a decade, primarily for regional theaters in the Philadelphia area. She was also the program stage manager for nine summers at the Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Arts, an intensive program for gifted high school students in theater, dance, music, writing and visual arts. Favorite productions include The Miracle Worker and Sweeney Todd (ACT I Productions;) The Screwtape Letters (Lantern Theater Company;) and Forever Plaid, Mountain, Evita, and Hamlet (Bristol Riverside Theater.)
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Audio Engineer
Britt Pierce
Britt Pierce is an audio engineer with an education in music technology who lives for the unique satisfaction of creating just the right blend of music and voices.
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Assistant Director
Kelita Nolan
Kelita Nolan (Form V) is stepping into the role of Assistant Director again after a very successful production of Macbeth. She has previously acted in SSA productions and played the role of Hannah in Puffs last year. She also plays the flute and piccolo in the Symphonic Band and will be the junior captain of the girls’ Ultimate Frisbee team this spring.
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Assistant Choreographer
Abby Ondos
Abby Ondos (Form VI) is thrilled to be dancing and contributing as an assistant choreographer in this year’s performance of Zombie Prom. Abby has been dancing since a young age, training at Wexford Dance Academy, and having completed dance intensives at Boston Ballet, Ballet Hawaii, Pennsylvania Central Youth Ballet and Vail Valley Dance Intensive. Abby has participated in many musicals, starting with Pittsburgh CLO, through middle school and more recently in North Catholic High School’s Bye Bye Birdie. Abby enjoyed playing the role of Hunyak, the Hungarian murderess, last year in SSA’s Chicago. Abby has enjoyed witnessing first hand so many in the cast this year sharing her love of music and dance.
Assistant Lighting Designer
Sam Davidheiser
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Stage Manager
Tommy Kann
Tommy Kann (Form V) is extremely excited to be the stage manager of this year's musical production, Zombie Prom. During the rehearsal process, Tommy worked to take notes on the characters' blocking as well as organize rehearsal. Before Zombie Prom, Tommy was a followspot operator for Pippin, a soundboard operator for Puffs, and he was the assistant stage manager for Chicago and Macbeth. Outside of theater, Tommy loves puzzles, math, and baking. He'd like to thank Mr. Ingraham, DH, Tron, and everyone who have made this show possible, and he hopes you all enjoy!
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Assistant Stage Manager
Jeffrey Brunner
Jeffrey Brunner (Form V) has been thrilled to work on this show since November, and cannot wait to share it with everyone. During rehearsals, he is the assistant stage manager, taking notes on blocking, making sure that actors are where they should be on and off stage, and generally helping the show whenever needed. During performances, he gives cues to cast and crew members, and ensures that things run smoothly backstage. For previous plays at Shady Side, Jeffrey acted as Steve in She Kills Monsters, Potions Master and other teachers in Puffs, and was the stage manager for MacBeth. For the musicals, he served as a follow spot operator for Pippin and was the assistant stage manager for Chicago. When not participating in theater, Jeffrey plays trombone, ultimate frisbee, bikes, and spends time with his two guinea pigs. He would like to thank Ayli Davidson and Ms. DH for teaching him how to be a stage manager, Tommy Kann for being a great stage manager and an even better friend, Mr. Ingraham for directing a great show, DH Tron and Crew for creating a great set, and finally, the actors for their outstanding performances. Enjoy the show!
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Crew
Jake Broudy
Jake Broudy (Form V) is glad to be helping in the winter musical crew for the second year in a row. He has been at Shadyside Academy since 8th grade.
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Orchestra - Drums
Kai Ballard
Kai Ballard is absolutely thrilled to perform "Zombie Prom" with SSA! In LA, CA, Kai worked at Capitol Records in marketing on Paul McCartney's "Back in the U.S." tour, was the drummer for Stevie Wonder, performed on Saturday Night Live with Snoop Dogg, toured with L.L. Cool J, recorded with Bone Thugs n Harmony, and Tower of Power rhythm section among many others. In Pittsburgh since 2011, Kai is the drummer for Elias Khouri, performed with The Marcels, Mike Sheer, Neid's Hotel Band, Eastminster Presbyterian Church and lots of others. Kai LOVES Pittsburgh.
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Orchestra - Trombone
Zora Burroughs
Zora Burroughs (Form VI) is excited to be participating in the SSA production of Zombie Prom! Zora is playing trombone in the pit orchestra. This is her second time being a part of the pit orchestra and Zora has played trombone for many years. She first started playing in sixth grade in her middle school’s band. She took private lessons throughout middle school. In high school, Zora continued to play trombone in the Symphonic Band and she is currently in the Jazz Band. Zora has acted in musicals before, and is very excited to be a part of musical theater by playing in the pit orchestra. Zora has enjoyed rehearsing with the student musicians in the pit orchestra. She has the opportunity to play alongside other instruments, such as the cello and violin, which she normally doesn’t play with. She would like to thank Mr. Hughes for conducting the pit orchestra. He has been very supportive during rehearsals. Zora has other interests besides the trombone. She rows at Three Rivers Rowing Association outside of school, and competes in regattas and indoor races with her team. In her free time, Zora enjoys reading, baking, biking and spending time with friends. Zora hopes you enjoy the show!
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Orchestra - Synth
Samraj Delfyett
Samraj Delfyett (Form IV) has studied piano for 10 years with Dr. Tina Faigen. Samraj also enjoys playing trumpet in the SSA Senior School Jazz ensemble and has played in the PMEA district honors jazz band. He previously played trumpet in the pit for last years production of Chicago, music nominated for a Gene Kelly Award. Samraj is excited to play keyboards for the current production as this is his first experience with the occult or undead.
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Orchestra - Guitar
Jeremy Fisher
Jeremy Fisher is excited to play for Zombie Prom at Shady Side Academy. His previous pit ensemble work includes All Shook Up, Bye Bye Birdie, Legally Blonde, and more. He has also played as a guest guitarist with the Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble for shows such as the Three Penny Opera and Bells for Stokowski. Additional performance highlights include the Pittsburgh Jazz Live International Festival, jazz clubs such as James Street Tavern and the Backstage Bar at Theater Square, airplay on FM 90.5 WESA JazzWorks with Bob Studebaker, a season singing with the West Virginia Symphony Chorus, and performing as a Jazz at Lincoln Center finalist in the Essentially Ellington competition. Jeremy sends love to his daughters, Madeline and Evie, and also his wife, Kristan. He would also like to thank Mr. Hughes and Mr. Ingraham for the invitation, and especially Kenzo (go team guitar!) for being an awesome musician and making Zombie Prom such a fun experience. Jeremy would also like to thank the writers of Zombie Prom for making his own high school’s Titanic-themed senior prom seem a little less macabre by comparison (hey, it was the 1990s. Don’t judge :).
Orchestra - Flute
Evey Fuhrman
Orchestra - Bass
Matt McClintock
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Orchestra - Violin
Sadie Navid
Sadie Navid (Form VI) is thrilled to be playing the violin in the pit. She has played the violin since she was four and is a member of the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra. Sadie has watched multiple SSA musicals when her siblings played in the pit. When she was little, Sadie often wondered where this magical source of music was coming from. Now it’s her turn! Sadie has made a lot of fun memories and would like to thank Mr. Hughes for being so supportive and encouraging, especially when the music was not written specifically for violin! Being a part of the pit ensemble has taught Sadie how to listen and play with a larger group. She is excited to use what she has learned when playing with the orchestra. In addition, the musical has led Sadie to meet new friends and become closer with classmates. Besides the violin, Sadie loves playing the piano, especially Bach, and playing soccer. Captaining the SSA Girls Soccer Team was especially exciting for Sadie because the team set four school records this season! Some of the teammates she has played with in the past are part of the show! Sadie really enjoyed watching the whole production come together. She is excited to be putting on this performance and hopes you enjoy the show!
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Orchestra - Alto Saxophone and Percussion
Yuntong Pan
Yuntong Pan (Form VI) is happy to be playing in the pit orchestra for the last time.
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Orchestra - Percussion
Ben Todd
Ben Todd (Form IV) is excited to play in his 2nd musical and help the audience be immersed in the story of Zombie Prom. He started his musical journey seven years ago in third grade playing the Piano, which he still does to this day. He hopes that you will enjoy the production and have a wonderful viewing of Zombie Prom.
Orchestra - Guitar
Kenzo Tran
Orchestra - Cello
Sarah Voigt
Orchestra - Clarinet
Eleri West
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Orchestra - Piano
Amy Xing
Amy Xing (Form V) is thrilled to be in the pit orchestra this year. This is her second year as part of the pit orchestra, after playing piano in last year’s production of Chicago. Amy has been learning piano since second grade, and has played in various recitals and festivals at The Music Settlement. She joined the SSA community in seventh grade after moving from Cleveland to Pittsburgh. Her interests include robotics, music, and literature.
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Crew
Anna Brown
Anna Brown (Form VI) is ecstatic to be back for another year of watching diligently over the props table. Anna is the Props Manager for the SSA stage crew and has been a member of the props department since they joined in sophomore year. Anna has worked on/ built several props for Zombie Prom including but not limited to the notebooks, whisks, Christmas wreath, Valentine's decor, chemistry set, and Eddie's desk. Watch out for them and enjoy the show!
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Natalie Caputo
Natalie Caputo (Form VI) is thrilled to be a member of front of house for Zombie Prom. This is her third year being a part of Shady Side Academy’s theater program. Natalie has attended Shady Side Academy since sixth grade and she has always enjoyed watching the productions in the past. Natalie’s interest in art enabled her to join stage crew, allowing her to continue this passion and be creative as she helped paint and color the sets. Being a member of stage crew has allowed Natalie to witness and gain even more appreciation for all the hard work that goes into putting on a musical production. It has also allowed Natalie to meet new people and form new friendships. In addition to being a member of the musical’s stage crew, Natalie is a part of the Shady Side Academy crew team that rows in the spring. Natalie is excited to be helping with the show and hopes all enjoy Shady Side Academy’s production of Zombie Prom.
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Elle Caron
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Evan Chen
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Lila Cox
Lila Cox (Form V) is excited to be back in the crew for this year's musical. She loves it backstage having crewed many shows. Lila loves her SSA home having transferred from Sewickley Academy last year. Special thanks to her Mom for all the love and support especially the driving to/from school. And to Zuko (the best cat ever) for his warm cuddles.
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Lourdes Daughtry
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Carson Davis
Carson Davis (Form V) is returning for the Winter Musical following the recent Fall Play, Macbeth. He's been involved in technical theatre since middle school and has been a member of the crew since freshman year. He's hyped to be back in another production.
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Bella De Sanctis
Bella De Sanctis (Form III), is the lighting board operator for the musical this year. She has been at SSA for 2 years, and previously did the lights for the winter musical, Frozen at the middle school last year. She enjoys reading, drawing, and playing video games in her free time.
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Evan Fularz
Evan Fularz (Form IV) is thrilled to be part of this production. Evan specifically enjoyed coloring the set, and is happy to see it all come together. Evan Fularz has been a member of the SSA community for 12 years. He attended stage crew the year before, and hopes to attend next year.
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Gabe Gonzalez
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Sarah Grand
Sarah Grand (Form VI) is excited to be a part of the crew after years of performing. She has enjoyed working behind the scenes this winter and building a greater understanding of how a show is put on from a technical standpoint. Besides theater, Sarah is a dancer trained in ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, and lyrical, and teaches four jazz and tap classes to elementary and middle school students at her studio. In the fall, Sarah will attend American University where she plans to study International Relations.
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Ethan Hrach
Ethan Hrach (Form V) is a student at SSA who loves to work behind the scenes of theater productions. He is a member of the stage crew, where he helps with lighting, logistics, and set construction. He enjoys the challenge of creating different atmospheres and effects for each show. Ethan is also passionate about music and sports. He plays the piano and likes to learn new songs and genres. He runs cross country and competes in local and regional races. He likes to push himself and improve his endurance and speed.
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Ryan Huang
Introducing the enigmatic Ryan Huang (Form IV) - a character as peculiar as a snowman in summer. With almost two years in the SSA community, he's not just surviving sophomore year; he's juggling it like a pro, barely escaping the clutches of overbearing expectations and the relentless ticking of the clock. Why did Ryan join the musical, you ask? Well, sure, he needed those elusive sports credits, but more importantly, he sensed the chance for another year of chaotic fun in the delightful chaos of creating a musical set. Because, let's face it, who wouldn't want to be part of a show that combines singing, dancing, and a healthy dose of mayhem? So here he is, against all odds, alive, kicking, and ready to bring his unique flair to the winter musical stage!
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Xuanning Jin
Xuanning Jin (Form III) is participating in this wonderful theatre piece to finish this year's sports requirement. He just joined the SSA community this year and has been enjoying sketching and cutting stuff.
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Julian Kaufman
His crew mate name is Julian Kaufman (Form III). He is thrilled to be part of the front of house. Julian is new to SSA and boards. Orginally is from Texas and goes home over breaks. His favorite food his ice cream. Julian has two pet Doberman dogs. Julian likes to eat lasagna.
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Abdullah Khan
Abdullah Khan (Form III) is very excited to be part of the tech crew for this year's winter musical. This was his first "proper" production, and he seems as if he learnt so much! He enjoys working on all the behind-the-scenes technical aspects of a musical or any play in general. The school year of 2023-24 was his first year at SSA. He says he enjoys the academics and the community here very much.
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Faiza Krishnarao
Faiza Krishnarao (Form III) is thrilled to join the musical this year. She’s never been a part of this kind of production but looks forward to being apart of an amazing crew. After being at Shadyside for 3 years, she branches out and works with the crew of Zombie Prom. Her hobbies outside of the crew mostly playing sports like tennis and she’s trying her hand at softball this year in the spring. She also likes doing art and enjoyed the artistic aspects of crew this year.
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Rosemary Kutz-Flamenbaum
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Harrison Lee
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Ada Lin
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Philip Lin
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Drew Little
Drew Little (Form III) is excited to be part of Zombie Prom, and is enjoying the different aspects of crew. It is his first year in crew, and he especially loves working with lighting and will be a follow spot operator in this show. He had a great time working in crew and is excited for crew next year! He would like to thank Mr. Davidheiser and Tron for all the help and guidance along the way, and see you next year!
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Michael McCarroll
Michael McCarroll (Form V) has been delighted to work on the musical for the second year in a row. He has enjoyed working with his fellow members of crew to assemble the complex set, he has especially loved attaching the pages of set’s massive comic book to their frame and building prop cameras with Tron. During the show, Michael will be working as a part of the deck crew and is excited to help with scene transitions. Outside of stage crew, Michael enjoys coding and learning about new technology, skiing with his family, and venturing through the woods with his friends. He is extremely grateful to Mr. Davidheiser, Mr. Ingraham, Tron, and all of the people who have made this production possible. He hopes you enjoy the show!
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Benjamin Nicholson
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Amari Pamplin
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Parker Roscoe
Parker Roscoe (Form V) is thrilled to be a part of the crew for this production. This is her fifth performance at SSA, as she worked on Pippin, Puffs, Chicago, and recently designed the set for Macbeth. She would like to thank Mr. Davidheiser, Mr. Ingraham, and Tron McConnel for being amazing mentors during her time at Shady Side Academy. Parker had a great time working with everyone on the musical, and is looking forward to seeing what the underclassmen create next year.
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Anna Grace Shultz
Anna Grace Shultz (Form III) has enjoyed her time in crew this term. It is her first year on winter musical crew. She has attended Shady Side Academy since fifth grade. She enjoys reading, writing, and running.
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Caroline Smith
Caroline Smith (Form III) has been a student at Shady Side Academy since 7th grade. She is excited to participate in this musical because it is her first time working with in the musical and on crew. She plans to continue working on crew throughout her high school career, and is looking forward to participating in future musicals.
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Brynn Stanton
Brynn Stanton (Form V) is so excited to be a part of Zombie Prom. This is her third year participating in stage crew. When she's not helping to construct sets, she's spending time with her cats, dogs, and four siblings.
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Kairan Sun
Kairan Sun (Form V) is doing stage crew for this musical. He is doing crew for the first time this year. He joined SSA in 2022, and this is his second year here.
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Lily Toma
Lily Toma (Form IV) is extremely exited to participate in this years musical. She joined the Shadyside academy community last year and was drawn to the schools theatre department almost immediately. She has a history of four years in acting and is exited to possibly act in more throughout her high school years. You may have seen her previously in our schools rendition of Chicago. Stepping over from the acting world she has found a passion for the magic that happens behind the scenes.
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Oliver Wang
Oliver Wang (Form IV) is looking forward to helping with mic and recording affairs in the musical. This is his second year in crew and is eager to do something else than setting up lights and coloring.
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Chloe Will
Chloe Will (Form III) has been a student at Shady Side Academy since sixth grade and is excited to see the final product of the work she has done on crew. This is her first time joining the crew of a production and she plans to continue as a crew member next year.
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Tessie Wong
Tessie Wong (Form V) is your local bird enthusiast and the person you went to for artistic opinions during coloring shifts. This is the first time Tessie has participated in the Winter Musical and is thrilled to gain new experiences. This wardrobe crew newbie has high hopes to spread the love for tartar sauce :)
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Brandon Wu
Brandon Wu (Form III) is a 14 year old student who has been an SSA student since sixth grade. He is also a boarding student so he is always willing to stay a bit overtime to help out in anyway he can. He is one of many students in crew who works on whatever he is assigned, and after weeks of hard work, he is ecstatic to not only watch the play, but to share it with his fellow peers.
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Neeta Yechoor
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Sunny Zhao
Sunny Zhao (Form V) has been excited to work on the musical this year. This is her first year in the stage crew, and she has enjoyed working with the other members of crew to create the set, specifically the large comic book in the background. She loved drawing and coloring in the various comic panels, especially the cover page. Leading up to the show, she will be working with the publicity group to create and distribute posters and other promotional material for the show. Outside of the musical, Sunny enjoys drawing, playing piano, and robotics. She is grateful to Mr. Davidheiser, Mr. Ingraham, Tron, and everyone else who has worked on this show. She hopes you enjoy Zombie Prom!

Original Creative Team

Zombie Prom was first produced at The Red Barn Theatre in Key West, Florida in February, 1993. On March 26, 1996, the show premiered off-Broadway at the Variety Arts Theatre. Directed by Philip Wm. McKinley, the off-Broadway production featured Richard Roland, Jessica-Snow Wilson, Richard Muenz and Karen Murphy.