Director - June 3,4Sam Cini
Sam is a Pennsylvania born actor residing in Brooklyn. He is making his directorial debut here at the workshop and wants to thank his family, friends, and this cast for all of their hard work and dedication to this great play.
Director - June 3,4Hugh Heckman
Hugh is thrilled to be directing this slice of Navy life scene from
the hit 1948 play MISTER ROBERTS.
Hugh has appeared as an actor in eight Heights Players productions, and previously directed the workshop of SENIOR COFFEE.
He is grateful to Marialana, Leo and Amanda for their invaluable help, and to his talented cast for graciously putting up with the director, a former naval officer himself.
Director - June 10,11Felisha Heng
Felisha Heng (Director) is thrilled to be making her directorial debut at her home theater. She has directed multiple children’s theater productions at local school PS29 and virtually through her business Little Buddies: Drama Club. Felisha is also a stage manager, performer, and overall theater enthusiast who is so excited to expand her love of the art into a new direction.
Director - June 10,11Michelle Maccarone
Member of the Heights Players Executive Committee, Favorite Heights roles include Durddles (Mystery of Edwin Drood) Vera (Mame), Boo (The Last Night of Ballyhoo) and Domina (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way To the Forum). Proud member of Theatre For Children at the Heights/Good Idea Bears where she enjoys scaring children with her evil demeanor. Outside of theatre Michelle serves as the Managing Editor of The Vintage Woman Magazine and has a blog/podcast called Vintage Old Biddy.
Director - June 10,11Kevin B. Rose
Born in Harlem and raised in the Bronx, Kevin received his B.A. in Theater from Hunter College and then furthered his study at Stella Adler, T. Schreiber, The Barrow Group and other New York acting studios. Recently appearing on stage In Henry V, Henry VI pt. 1 and Hamlet and on television in Ray Donovan, Jessica Jones, CBS' Bull and Comedy Central's "Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens." Kevin is thankful for the opportunity to direct such gifted actors in such a historic theater.