An Evening of Cheer Creative
Sally caught the theater and music bug as a young child and went on to study Music, Theater and Dance at Dean College, performing theater professionally for nearly a decade in roles such as “Sister” in “Damn Yankees,” working with TV’s “Loveboat” Ted Lange before going on hiatus to focus on raising her family of four children. Sally began performing live theater again 2018 taking on the Role of “Captain Bill Slank”, in The Beatrice Herford Vokes Theatres performance of “Peter and the Starcatcher”, which lead her to The Cannon Theatre. She was embraced with open arms by The Cannon Theatre family while performing as “Agatha Trunchbull” in their early 2020 production of Matilda. She as since directed, stage managed, and joined the Board. In her professional life, Sally works for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Army National Guard as the Distance Learning Training and Resource Coordinator.
Technical ProducerDaniel Tang
Daniel has been involved in the local Musical Theatre scene for several years as a Pit Orchestra Musician, playing Drums or Percussion in fantastic shows such as The Sound of Music, Oliver, Beauty and the Beast, Rent, Songs for a New World, Godspell, Company, Addams Family, and many others. While most comfortable behind a drum kit, Daniel is thrilled to use his technical background in this production of The Cannon Theatre's An Evening of Cheer.
Heather has been an active member of the Cannon Theatre board since early 2018, but has enjoyed acting on The Cannon Theatre stage since 2013, having starred as Christine Colgate in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Janet van de Graaf in The Drowsy Chaperone, Hedy LaRue in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and Annie Oakley in Annie Get Your Gun. Heather entered the world of Producing with Singing In The Rain and How The Other Half Loves in 2019, and in 2020 has expanded those skills into online productions.