Dogfight - March 15 - March 18, 2018

Harrington Theatre Arts Company

 Who's Who 

  • Jessie Gray head shot

    Jessie Gray

    as Rose

    Jessie is a sophomore Cognitive Science Major and the new president of HTAC! She is so honored to get the opportunity to work with such talented people and create something nothing short of wonderful on stage! To the new and the old, thank you for being wonderfully magical and immensely talented.

  • Benjamin Dutton head shot

    Benjamin Dutton

    as Birdlace

    Ben Dutton is a masters student studying vocal performance. He is a tuna connesiour, brotein lover, and whole milk sommelier. He also has a minor in dance and choreographed Rabbi Nachman's Chair Reprise for the National Opera Association Convention in New Orleans. His recent stage credits include Beauty and the Beast (College Light Opera Company) and Conte's Gift of the Magi (UD Opera Theater).

  • Ron Phillips head shot

    Ron Phillips

    as Boland

    Ron is currently a pre-medical senior studying for a double major in Neuroscience and Biology with a minor in Biochemistry. He is also a member of BHLP, an ambassador for the Community Engagement Initiative, and a researcher at Christiana Hospital. He is extremely excited for his fourth HTAC show and is thankful for the support of his friends, family, and fellow company members.

  • Josh O'Donnell head shot

    Josh O'Donnell

    as Fector

    Josh is totally thrilled to be in HTAC's Dogfight. This is Josh's fourth HTAC show and he has previously appeared in Beauty and the Beast (Ensemble), It Shoulda Been You (Brian Howard), and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Hero). He would like to thank this amazing cast and rehearsal staff for putting together a great production! He loves this show and hopes you will too!

  • Sean Scanlon head shot

    Sean Scanlon

    as Stevens

    Sean Scanlon is a freshman here at UD and is very excited about his first production with HTAC. In the past, he performed with the Kent County Theatre Guild, the Smyrna Opera House, and at his high school. He hopes to become more involved with HTAC and continue doing shows in college. He would like to thank his friends and family for their support and love. 

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