Broadway credits include It Shoulda Been You, Something Rotten, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, Curtains, The Drowsy Chaperone, Noises Off, The Green Bird, Me and My Girl and Alice in Wonderland. Off- Broadway, he received an Obie and a Dramalogue for his performance in Jeffrey.
Other off- Broadway includes The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore, My Night with Reg, Privates on Paradise, and as Oscar Wilde in Gross Indecency. For “Encores” at New York’s City Center, Lady in the Darkand Anyone Can Whistle. In London’s West End he appeared in The Mystery of Irma Vep, Lend Me a Tenor and Twelfth Night.
He recently debuted his cabaret act Can’t Something Be Done at 54 Below. Films include Taking Woodstock, The Prestige, Everyone Says I Love You and The First Wives Club. Numerous television includes “Blue Bloods”, “Law & Order SVU”, and 11 seasons as Gil Chesterton on NBC’s “Frasier”.
Dan is delighted to bunbury about the Cape in this “bucket list” play! TV/Film: Thad (& twin Chad) on Darren Star’s “Younger,” NBC’s limited series “The Blacklist: Redemption,” Prince William in the TV movie William & Catherine, also CBS’ “Tell Me A Story” (recurring), “Blue Bloods,” “Inside Amy Schumer,” “John Cusack Pilot,” “Benders,” “Person of Interest,” “Unforgettable,” “Body of Proof,” “Law & Order,” “Batman vs. Superman”, “Brawl in Cell Block 99”, “Love the Coopers”, “The Wrong Son”, “Very Merry Toy Store”, among others.
Select theatre: premiere of AR Gurney’s Squash (The Flea), premiere of David Ives’ The Metromaniacs (Shakespeare Theatre), Orlando in As You Like It and Bertram in Inherit the Wind (both directed by Adrian Noble), Henry VII in Richard III (dir. Lindsay Posner) all for The Old Globe. Dan graduated Carnegie Mellon’s acting and music theatre programs. He recently directed the new play Whirlwind at The Wild Project.
An actor and Teaching Artist born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Broadway credits include: Bring It On: the Musical (Randall, Original Broadway and Touring Companies), Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark (Peter Parker/Spider-Man). NYC: Call Me Madam (Encores/City Center), Renascence (Transport Group). TV: NBC’S Peter Pan Live! Regional Highlights: World Premieres of Disney’s Freaky Friday at the Signature Theater (Original Cast Recording), A Bronx Tale at the Paper Mill Playhouse, and most recently, The Prince of Egypt (Ramses) in its World Premiere in the US and Denmark, Europe.
He has also performed with the LA Philharmonic at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, St. Louis MUNY, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, Theater Under the Stars, and North Carolina Theater. Thanks, Matt, Geoff, Ted, Rachel, A&R! Love to Michael!
This is Olivia's Cape Playhouse debut.
Off-Broadway: The Hard Problem (Lincoln Center Theater). NYU Theatre: Henry V, An American Daughter, The Great Disappointment, Thyestes, An Ideal Husband, The Big Knife, The Seagull, Macbeth. Ars Nova ANT Festival: Boy Gets Violent. NYU Grad Film: Will You Be My Twin?, Firecracker, The Seagull on the 5th Floor. Education: BS: University of Evansville; MFA: NYU.
Selected theater: Arturo Ui (CSC), Henry VI (NAATCO), The Winter’s Tale (TFANA), Monsoon Wedding with Mira Nair, Vanya, Sonia..with Christopher Durang, Clive with Ethan Hawke, Skylight with Emily Mann, Comedy of Errors with Darko Tresnjak. Film/TV: Hank and Asha (Slamdance favorite, Best actress Napa Film Festival, Best actress Wild Rose Film Festival); Hechki; “New Amsterdam”; “Orange is the New Black”; “Bite Me”; “Friends From College”; “Law and Order”; “Louie”; “Odd Mom Out”; “Blacklist”; “Blue Bloods”; The Big C.
Upcoming- Wives at Playwrights Horizons.Training: Juilliard. Member of EST, Hero Theater Company and The Actors Center.
Jesse is thrilled to be making his Cape Playhouse debut!
Tours: Gomez - The Addams Family, Walter Hobbs - Elf, Vince Fontaine - Grease. Other Regional Theatre’s include The Utah Shakespeare Festival, Goodspeed Operahouse (Chasing Rainbows) Denver’s Lone Tree Arts Center (Evita) Human Race Theatre (Legendale) and several top Los Angeles theaters including Antaeus, Sacred Fools, The Groundlings and many more. Film/TV: Showtime’s “City on a Hill”, “General Hospital”, “Not Another Teen Movie”. Training: UC Irvine - MFA in acting, UCLA - BA in Theatre. All the love to my Lexie.
Sandra Shipley’s Broadway credits include Present Laughter, The Importance of Being Earnest, Blithe Spirit, Equus, Pygmalion, Retreat From Moscow, Vincent In Brixton, The Deep Blue Sea, and Indiscretions. She has been seen Off-Broadway at Roundabout Theatre Company in Arms and the Man and Suddenly Last Summer; at The Public Theater in Venus, Stuff Happens; at Lincoln Center in: The Carpetbagger’s Children; at Manhattan Theatre Club in Kindertransport; at Second Stage Theater in The Clearing and Once Around the City; at The Mint Theater in Rutherford and Son; and at City Center Encores! in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.
She has been see in the National Tours of Anything Goes and Blithe Spirit. Regional credits include productions at American Repertory Theater, Boston Shakespeare Company, Dallas Theater Center, Geva, Gloucester Stage, Guthrie, Humana Festival, Huntington Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Long Wharf, Lyric Stage, McCarter Theatre, Merrimack Repertory, Old Globe, Shakespeare Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Yale Repertory. TV credits: “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Third Watch,” “Lipstick Jungle.”
John Thomas Waite
Broadway: Dracula, Amadeus. Off Broadway: The Fantasticks (at the Sullivan Street Playhouse and the revival uptown), Beyond the Horizon (Irish Rep). London: Macbeth (Independent Shakespeare Company). Regional: Native Gardens, Death of a Salesman, Inherit the Wind, An Inspector Calls, The Petrified Forest, The Drawer Boy, The Dresser, Travels with my Aunt, Heros. Film: The Understudy (with Marin Ireland), Freedom (with Cuba Gooding Jr.), After Louie (with Alan Cumming.) TV: “ED”, “Royal Pains”, “Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight”. As a Director: Call Fosse at the Minskoff (winner 2016 United Solo Festival Best Production.)
A native Californian who has been acting since age ten. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University where he majored in acting and directing.
He recently moved back to the Cape with his fiance Heidi. He is excited to be in a production at the Cape Playhouse so close to home.
In the New England area he was seen playing George Bailey in the Foothill Theater's award winning production of It’s A Wonderful Life. He was in the New England premiers of both Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol playing Scrooge, and Eric Weiss in the acclaimed production of Brooklyn Boy for the SpeakEasy Stage company. He has been involved with eight productions of The Complete Works of Will Shakspr (abridged). This includes here on the Cape at Payomet's critically acclaimed production that he acted in and directed. Some of his television credits include guest starring on “Criminal Minds”, “Without a Trace” and “Brotherhood”. Recently he can be seen as the irritated police Sargent O'Connor in My Daddy’s in Heaven and as Stephen Smith in Chappaquiddick.
He is an award-winning filmmaker, director and screenwriter.
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