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Alexandra Nicopoulos (Daniela) is thrilled to be returning to the DMV for another season with 4615 Theatre Company. Recently graduated with a BFA in Musical Theater at Ithaca college, she is currently an NYC- based actor, singer and dancer. Her most recent credits include A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Philia) at the Hangar Theater as well as a featured soloist in the cabaret series, Michael Mott and Friends at the Astor Room in NYC. Credits with 4615 include Loves Labours Lost (Princess of France), Tis Pity She’s a Whore (Hippolyta) and Twelfth Night (Feste).

Nahm Darr (Nicolae Ceausescu) has appeared locally with NextStop, Rorschach Theatre, The Klunch, WSC Avant Bard, Jewish Plays Projects, and The Hub. He trained at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts. Nahm is also passionate about photography.

Alani Kravitz (Elena Ceausescu) is thrilled to join this cast. Most recently, she has been seen in shows with Ally Theatre Company (Clover), and Pinky Swear Productions (LIZZIE: The Musical). She has also worked for Signature Theatre (Sunday in the Park with George, La Cage aux Folles), WSC Avant Bard (Friendship Betrayed, Nero/Pseudo), Faction of Fools (Pinocchio!), and many more. Alani holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Syracuse University. 


Charlie Cook (Charlie) is thrilled to be back in the saddle with 4615 Theatre. He is a DC local actor whose previous performances with 4615 include Electra, The Lion in Winter, King John, Love’s Labour’s Lost, and Women Beware Women. He would like to thank his family, his friends, and The Happy Tart for supporting him in his art.

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Jenna Rossman (Gloria) is beyond grateful to be making her debut at 4615 Theatre Company! REGIONAL As You Like It (Baltimore Center Stage), Girls In Cars Underwater, (Eugene O’Neill Theater Center NPC), The Whale (Rep Stage), As You Like It (u/s) (Shakespeare Theatre Company), The Hard Problem (u/s) (Studio Theatre). OTHER THEATRE: Disgraced (NextStop Theatre Company), Pullman, WA (Edge of the Universe Players 2), A Fool’s Paradise: 30 Shakespeare Scenes in 60 Min. (Edinburgh Festival Fringe).  READINGS:  The Ruby Sunrise (Everyman Theatre), Reykjavik (Kennedy Center), The Thanksgiving Play (Baltimore Center Stage). T.V.: House of Cards, Investigation Discovery.  EDUCATION:  Towson University; iO Improv Theater and The Second City (Chicago).

Sue Struve (Marcela) is delighted to be working with 4615 Theatre Company. Recent roles include Queen Margaret in Richard III (Annapolis Shakespeare Company), Margrethe Bohr in Copenhagen (Perisphere Theater), Ruth Steiner in Collected Stories (Peter's Alley Theatre Productions), and more than a dozen characters in the one-person play Eleanor Roosevelt: Her Secret Journey (Compass Rose Theater). Other favorite roles include Miss Prism in The Importance of Being Earnest (Annapolis Shakespeare), Leonato in Much Ado about Nothing (Baltimore Shakespeare Factory); Mother/Ensemble in The Wedding Dress (Spooky Action Theater); and Betty Chumley in Harvey and understudying Dorine in Tartuffe and Lenny and Chick in Crimes of the Heart (Bay Theatre).

Jack Russ (Elvis) previously appeared with 4615 as Lewis the Dauphin in King John. Other DC credits include Much Ado About Nothing at Annapolis Shakespeare. Jack graduated last year from Blair High School. After spending a year pursuing acting in DC, he plans to join the class of 2022 at the University of Pittsburgh. Thanks to Kelly and John O'Connor, Jim Hild and Jordan Friend. And to the 4615 cast and crew, he would like to say thank you for welcoming him into this wonderful family.

Frank Mancino (Uros) likes to think of himself as playwright and actor, performing in Baltimore and DC theatres, and in classical and modern works. His most recent appearances were as Alonso in The Tempest; and Mr. Peachum in The Threepenny Opera. His favorite roles have been Toby Belch in Twelfth Night; and Sparkish in The Country Wife. To learn more, go to:

Morgan Sendek (Ensemble) is delighted to be returning to the Women’s Voices Theatre Festival and supporting women’s voices in DC theatre. 4615: The Lion in Winter, King John, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Women Beware Women, Exit the King, Twelfth Night, ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore, The Changeling. DC AREA: Taffety Punk Theatre: Henry VI part 1 and 2, Play/Ground (Kennedy Center Page-to-Stage Festival), Inheritance Canyon (Women’s Voices Theatre Festival 2015); Brave Spirits Theatre: Arden of Faversham. FILM: Jane Doe, Black Friday Games. EDUCATION: BM Musical Theatre, Catholic University; London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). UPCOMING: Rattling Bones feature film.

Kiernan O'Brien (Ensemble) is excited to be back with 4615! Previously appeared in Women Beware Women and Love’s Labour’s Lost (Jaquenetta). Other credits: Into the Woods (The Witch); On the Town (Claire de Loone). Love and thanks to Mom & Dad, Laura Rosberg, and Jordan! Twitter: @KiernanOBrien Instagram: @sirkiernanobrien

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