JULIE HERBER (Marta) Julie Herber is thrilled to be back at Iron Crow after appearing in 2013’s “Act a Lady” (Zina), She is Associate Artistic Director of the Maryland Ensemble Theatre in Frederick, MD. Credits at MET include: Clybourne Park (Bev/Kathy),Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Martha),The Importance of Being Earnest (Lady Bracknell),The Glass Menagerie (Amanda),Eight Reindeer Monologues (Blitzen), Macbeth (Lady Macbeth) Julie is an adjunct instructor at Frederick Community College and McDaniel College.
SARAH LYNN TAYLOR (Kathy) Sarah Lynn Taylor is a founding member enjoying her fifth year with Iron Crow Theatre! If you're a fan of the crows you've seen her work onstage in I Want To Be A Gay Icon!, Hedwig and the Angry Inch(Yitzhak), The Soldier Dreams, and In Durang's Shorts. She is the voice of 100.7 The Bay, Baltimore's Classic Rock Station. Sarah Lynn holds a bachelor's degree in Theatre from Towson University, and a Master of Liberal Arts Degree from Johns Hopkins University. In 2011 she was awarded the Graduate Project Award from the MLA department at JHU for her one woman show I Want To Be A Gay Icon!
DAVE LASALLE (Hank) Dave LaSalle is thrilled to be playing Hank and Clem in his first production with Iron Crow. He most recently appeared in the title role of Cohesion Theater's Coriolanus. He regularly performs onstage as a member of the Baltimore Improv Group, and in the annual improvised play, Unscripted. Dave has played in improv festivals in Chicago, New York City, Washington D.C., Providence, and Austin. When not onstage, Dave teaches at the Jemicy School and is the proud father of two wonderful kids and two strange and beautiful cats. He lives in Baltimore with his fiancée, Kelly Lloyd. Dave dedicates this performance with love and gratitude to the memory of his mother, Paula LaSalle.
SEAN KELLY (Pos) Sean Kelly is a Towson University alumnus and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in acting. A lifetime resident of Baltimore, he has always been amazed by the talent in local theatre and is extremely excited to be working with the wonderful people here at Iron Crow. His stage credits include No Exit (Cradeau), Equus (Alan Strang), Metamorphoses (Ensemble), In the Next Room, or the vibrator play (Leo Irving), Twelfth Night (Curio), Heinie Goochems (George), and Light Up the Sky (Carleton).
HEATHER PEACOCK (Mary Charles) Heather is the Resident Stage Manager for Iron Crow Theatre. She is also an actor and occasional make-up artist, living in the Columbia, Md area. Heather has a B.S. in Theatre from Towson University. Her Iron Crow Theatre credits include: Swimming in the Shallows (ASM); Love and Human Remains (SM); a staged reading of Eight (Elliot); The Typographer's Dream (SM); and, most recently, 4.48 Psychosis (SM). Heather has also been seen as Jean in August:Osage County and as an ensemble member in The Beaux' Stratagem, both at Everyman Theatre, and performed with The Children's Theatre Association as Gerda in The Snow Queen and Sarah in Stay Tobacco Free. She just finished performing at Single Carrot Theatre as Cat in References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot,
SUSAN PORTER (Cyn) Susan is delighted to be in her first production with Iron Crow Theatre. Favorite roles include: Yenta the Matchmaker, Fiddler; Edith Frank, Diary of Anne Frank, (Toby’s Dinner Theatre); Mrs. Gardiner, Pride and Prejudice; Marcellus, Player Queen, Hamlet Tour (Chesapeake Shakespeare); Cunningham, Last Days of Judas Iscariot, (NCDA); Lee Green, Tale of the Allergist’s Wife; Shirley Kaplan, Street Scene (Fell’s Point Corner Theatre), Norma Hubley, Plaza Suite (Cockpit in Court); Maddy, Mamaleh (Spotlighters); Reba, Last Night of Ballyhoo (Colonial Players); Lorenzo/Coachman, Pinocchio, (Red Branch Theatre); Doris, Lemonade Dreams (FCP-Capital Fringe Festival); Training: National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts. Grandson Jack - may you grow up in a world where minds are open and hearts accepting of everyone.