Professional theater of the Great Western Catskills!
SCOTT (Set & Light Design) works with FSC seasonally as a designer, TD, and tech consultant. He is currently full time faculty at SUNY Cortland. His most recent work at SUNY Cortland was Scenic Designer on 9 to 5 and Top Girls. He has worked for Syracuse Opera, Syracuse University, and Unatego High School theaters as their set/lighting designer and technical director. Scott has worked in NYC, LA, and San Diego in theater, corporate events, theme parks, haunted houses and film.
CHARLIE (Actor) last appeared at FSC in the 2018 production of Doubt. His credits include, Broadway: Take Me Out (Tour, dir. Joe Mantello). Off Broadway: Irish Arts Center, Actors Studio, HERE, National Black Theatre of Harlem, Rattlestick. Regional Theatre: Dallas Theatre Center, Merrimack Rep., The Old Globe, Seattle Rep., Denver Center, Milwaukee Rep., Missouri Rep., Portland Stage, Caldwell Theatre, Dorset Theatre Festival, American Stage, Playhouse on the Square. Film and Television: Manifest, Blacklist, Law and Order: SVU, One Life to Live, The Sopranos, Outloud.
KRISTI (Costume Design) is a native Central New Yorker with a rich and varied background in theater arts. She began her theatrical career as the resident costume designer for the Merry-Go-Round Playhouse in Auburn, NY, designing over 30 productions. In 1989 she took an administrative turn at Le Moyne College where she served 10 years as General Manager of the Coyne Performing Arts Center as well as occasional costume designer, graphic designer, and campus-wide artistic consultant. Kristi is currently the Director of Administration at Solving Kids’ Cancer, a Manhattan based charity.
CHRIS' (Director) directing credits at FSC include Good People, Two Gentlemen of Verona, and Billy Bishop Goes to War. He appeared as Launce in the Soliloquies at Chapel Hall in 2020. As Founding Artistic Director of the New Jersey regional theatre Mile Square Theatre, he received an Award of Excellence from the New Jersey Theatre Alliance. Chris produced 19 seasons for MST, including the Off-Broadway transfer of Erin Mallon’s The Net Will Appear. He directed over 30 plays at MST and has directed at theatres and universities across the country. Recent projects at MST include the direction of the world premiere of Joseph Gallo’s Yuppies Invade My House at Dinnertime as well as performing the solo show Balloonacy. As an actor he has performed Off-Broadway and regionally in such theatres as Seattle’s A Contemporary Theatre, The Culture Project, Soho Rep, The Ahmanson, Gloucester Stage, Provisional Theatre of Los Angeles, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, The Ohio Theatre, The Bathhouse Theatre, Seattle Children's Theatre, and at City Theatre in Pittsburgh. TV credits include Magic City and Burn Notice, and he appears in the indie thriller Depraved. He is an Associate Professor and Chair of Theatre Arts at Molloy College. Chris holds a BFA from Carnegie-Mellon University and an MFA from Rutgers University.
OLIVER (Actor) is an award winning actor and writer who has worked extensively throughout the U.S. His upcoming projects include plays at the Fulton Theatre, White Heron Theatre, and The Rep in Albany.
PHIL (Graphic Design) is a designer and teacher with nearly 30 years of broad-ranging experience including brand strategy and identity development, design for web and digital environments, publishing, and consumer packaging.
He presently owns and operates a shop and small press in the Village of Franklin and serves on the organizing committee for the region's annual Stagecoach Run Art Festival.