Heidi just wrapped her second season on “Saturday Night Live." Gardner comes from the Groundlings main company in Los Angeles. She voices Tuva Von Void in SYFY’s animated series “Alien News Desk,” co-starring with Will Forte, and Cooch in the Crackle series “SuperMansion” with Bryan Cranston. She appeared opposite Melissa McCarthy in the comedy feature Life of the Party and is in the upcoming Netflix feature Otherhood with Angela Bassett, Patricia Arquette, and Felicity Huffman. She also guest stars on the final season of HBO’s “Veep” and makes an appearance on the Comedy Central series "The Other Two,” from “SNL's” Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider. She is part of the voice-cast in the upcoming SONY animated feature The Mitchells vs.The Machines.
Philip has been seen on Broadway in Tartuffe, The School for Scandal, and The Diary of Anne Frank. He is an Artistic Associate of the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC, nominated for Helen Hayes Awards in Timon of Athens, Twelfth Night, and An Enemy of the People. He has made many Off-Broadway appearances, notably as Fool in King Lear, with Kevin Kline. On TV, he is seen on “Gotham” and “Law and Order”, and on Film as Inspector Renard in two Pink Panther movies, with Steve Martin.
Jeremy is thrilled to be making his 6th appearance at the Cape Playhouse! Previous Cape Playhouse credits include: Dracula, The Dining Room, Beard of Avon, Unnecessary Farce, and Murder By Misadventure. Broadway: Burn This (2019 Tony Award Nomination, Best Revival of a Play). Additional Theatre credits include: Private Lives (White Heron on Nantucket), A Doll’s House, Private Lives (Huntington Theatre Company), The Glorious Ones (Lincoln Center Theatre, original cast recording), Tabletop (Drama Desk, Best Ensemble), Baltimore Waltz, Photograph 51, BFF. Williamstown, Old Globe, Shakespeare Theatre, McCarter, Long Wharf, Hartford Stage, The Alley Theatre Company, and The Visit for The Actor’s Fund. TV: "Law & Order: Criminal Intent", "Law & Order: SVU", "Guiding Light". Training: UNCSA.
Jen, is so excited to return “home”. Last year, she was Sylvia, the misunderstood Labradoodle and choreographed Clue the Musical. Her other shows here include: Last of the Red Hot Lovers (Elaine, Bobbi and Jeannette), Gypsy, Cabaret, Hello Dolly, Woman In Jeopardy, Boeing,Boeing, Odd Couple, Moon Over Buffalo, Lend Me a Tenor, and of course, Unnecessary Farce. She has been on Broadway in Pajama Game, Shrek, Urinetown, Seussical the Musical, Beauty and The Beast, Taboo, Grease, A Christmas Story and Cats. Her voice can be heard on cartoons, commercials and movies: most notably winning the Annie Award for her work as Charlotte in Disney’s Princess and The Frog. TV:” Instinct”, “Blue Bloods”, “Bull”, “Unforgettable”, “American Dad”, “Phineas and Ferb”, “Mickey and the Roadster Racers”, “Law and Order”, “Khumba”, “Lucky Stiff”, “Winx Club” and “Shrek Live”. She returns to the Cape with hopes that the Scargo “Cakes and Ramps salad” is back this year.
Craig Wesley Divino
Cape Playhouse Debut! Selected Theatre: NYC: Happy Birthday, Wanda June (Wheelhouse Theater-Lucille Lortel Nomination, Best Revival); The Oregon Trail, Doctor Faustus, Frogs, From White Plains, Breathing Time, At the Table (Fault Line Theatre), Tempest, AYLI, LLL, Midsummer, Much Ado (Shakespeare at the Manor); Two Noble Kinsmen (Guerrilla Shakespeare Project). Regional: Colorado New Play Festival, Hangar Theatre, Arrow Rock Lyceum, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Tennessee Shakespeare Co, Kitchen Theater, Virginia Arts, SpeakEasy Stage Co, Chautauqua Theatre Co, Trinity Rep. Film: Automatic Hate, Girlfriend and “American Genius”. Upcoming: Round Table at 59E59. www.craigwesleydivino.com
Taylor is thrilled to be on the Cape for the first time to work on this hysterical show! She most recently appeared in A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder at The John W. Engeman Theatre and Florida Studio Theatre. Other recent credits include Sister Mary Robert in Sister Act, Vera in And Then There Were None and Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. National tour: The Marvelous Wonderettes. Special thanks to Jeffry Denman, Michael Rader, and the whole Cape Playhouse team. @tngalvin www.taylorgalvin.com
Broadway: The Drowsy Chaperone (Janet Van De Graff), Sweet Charity (Nickie), The Look of Love-Music of Burt Bacharach and Hal David, Kiss Me Kate (Lois Lane), Seussical (Gertrude McFuzz-Drama Desk nomination), Ragtime (Evelyn Nesbit), and Swing!. First National Tours: Chicago (Velma Kelly), Kiss of the Spider Woman (Stand-by for Chita Rivera). Off-Broadway: Enter Laughing, High Spirits, Chef’s Theatre, Theda Bara and the Frontier Rabbi, and What’s a Nice Country….Regional: New Stage Theatre, Bucks County Playhouse, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, Alley Theater, Goodspeed Opera, North Shore Music Theatre, Pioneer Memorial Theater. Film and Television: “Devious Maid,” Two Weeks Notice, “Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?” PBS series. Concerts and recordings: Candide with the New York Philharmonic, Carolina Philharmonic, Army Ground Forces Band, Sweet Charity, Seussical, Enter Laughing and Kris Kringle The Musical.
David is thrilled to be a part of the 2019 Cape Playhouse season! Broadway: Les Liaisons Dangereuses. Off-Broadway: Picnic; Come Back, Little Sheba (Transport Group). Regional credits: Sacred Valley (NYS&F Powerhouse Theater), Third (Hangar Theater), Spamalot; Guys and Dolls; Moon Over Buffalo (Weathervane Playhouse), Macbeth; Cymbeline (Texas Shakespeare Festival). TV/Film: “Instinct,” “The Deuce,” “The Path,” The Social Ones. David is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University.
John returns to the Cape Playhouse for his thirteenth production. He has appeared here in The Foreigner, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Sweet Charity, Legally Blonde, Unnecessary Farce, Boeing Boeing, Moon Over Buffalo, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The World Goes Round, My One and Only, 42nd Street, and Dames at Sea. Broadway: Lovemusik, By Jeeves and Sunset Boulevard. Off Broadway: Dames at Sea, Olympus on My Mind and Preppies. Other NY credits: The Most Happy Fella and Cinderella (NYC Opera) and Out of This World (City Center). He has toured in 42nd Street, Cats, White Christmas, Mame and Hello Dolly. He recently appeared in the critically acclaimed production of The Drowsy Chaperone at the Goodspeed Opera House. Other regional credits: Kennedy Center, Arena Stage, Goodman Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse and many others. Film and television: Spinning Into Butter, “The Shield,” “Crossing Jordan,” “Law and Order (SVU and CI),” “Titus” and “Guiding Light.” He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University.